Morpeth Town AFC

 

Morpeth Town Association Football Club is a football club in MorpethNorthumberlandEngland, which plays in the Northern League Division One. Their home ground is Craik Park. The club’s traditional colours are amber and black stripes

 

Morpeth Town were founded in 1893 following the amalgamation of Morpeth United and Morpeth F.C. They played their home matches at Stobhill Cricket Field.[1] They joined the Northern Football Alliance in the 1936–37 season.[2] The club moved to Storey Park in 1954. In the 1983–84 season they were the Northern Football Alliancechampions.[2] They won the Northern Alliance Challenge Cup in 1986 as well as the Benevolent Bowl.[1]

In 1994 the club moved to Craik Park and again won the Northern Alliance title and with it promotion to the Northern League Division Two for the 1994–95 season. The following season they were promoted to Division One as champions. In the club’s first season in Division One they finished in sixth place and were runners-up in the Northumberland Senior Cup.[citation needed] In 2007 Morpeth beat Blyth Spartans to win the Northumberland Senior Cup at St James’ Park in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.[3] They beat Hereford 4–1 in the 2016 FA Vase final.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morpeth_Town_A.F.C.

 

Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Morpeth Town AFC224Win
Washington F.C.101Loss

Washington FC vs Morpeth Town AFC

Northern League Division 1