DIVISION 4    1983/84
      For full league and cup results  click on by club required.
 

Leading League goalscorer:
Trevor Senior 
(Reading)
 36  goals

In the third season of three points being awarded for a win, York City become the first club to amass a century of points in a League season.

Famous last words - Bury manager Jim Iley said before his sides' Milk Cup visit to West Ham on Tuesday 25th October 1983 'West Ham will certainly know they've been in a match. We're going there to win.'
Bury lost 0-10.
Iley was sacked 4 months later.

  P W D L F A Pts
    1 York City 46 31 8 7 96 39 101 Promoted
    2 Doncaster Rovers 46 24 13 9 82 54 85 Promoted
    3 Reading 46 22 16 8 84 56 82 Promoted
    4 Bristol City 46 24 10 12 70 44 82 Promoted
    5 Aldershot 46 22 9 15 76 69 75
    6 Blackpool 46 21 9 16 70 52 72
    Season Results 7 Peterborough United 46 18 14 14 72 48 68
    8 Colchester United 46 17 16 13 69 53 67
    9 Torquay United 46 18 13 15

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64 67
    10 Tranmere Rovers 46 17 15 14 53 53 66
    11 Hereford United 46 16 15 15 54 53 63
    12 Stockport County 46 17 11 18 60 64 62
    13 Chesterfield 46 15 15 16 59 61 60
    14 Darlington 46 17 8 21 49 50 59
    15 Bury 46 15 14 17 61 64 59
    16 Crewe Alexandra 46 16 11 19 56 67 59
    17 Swindon Town 46 15 13 18 58 56 58
    Season Results 18 Northampton Town 46 13 14 19 53 78 53
    19 Mansfield Town 46 13 13 20 66 70 52
    20 Wrexham 46 11 15 20 59 74 48
    21 Halifax Town 46 12 12 22 55 89 48

Re-election position

    22 Rochdale 46 11 13 22 52 80 46 Re-election position
    23 Hartlepool United 46 10 10 26 47 85 40 Re-election position
    24 Chester City 46 7 13 26 45 82 34 Re-election position
   
   
R Non league Maidstone United challenged the four clubs seeking re-election in the vote for League membership. Voting - 
52 votes Chester City Re-elected to the League
52 Halifax Town Re-elected to the League
50 Rochdale Re-elected to the League
32 Hartlepool United Re-elected to the League
22 Maidstone United Not elected to the League