DIVISION 4    1988/89
      For full league and cup results  click on by club required.
 

Leading goalscorer:
Phil Stant 
(Hereford United)
 28  goals

With the opening of their new Glanford Park stadium Scunthorpe United became the first League club in 33 years to move to a new purpose built ground - Southend's Roots Hall in 1955 being the last new ground.

  P W D L F A Pts
    1 Rotherham United 46 22 16 8 76 35 82 Promoted
    2 Tranmere Rovers 46 21 17 8 62 43 80 Promoted
    3 Crewe Alexandra 46 21 15 10 67 48 78 Promoted
    4 Scunthorpe United 46 21 14 11 77 57 77 Play Off
    5 Scarborough 46 21 14 11 67 52 77 Play Off
    6 Leyton Orient 46 21 12 13 86 50 75 Promoted
    7 Wrexham 46 19 14 13 77 63 71 Play Off
    8 Cambridge United 46 18 14 14 71 62 68
    9 Grimsby Town 46 17 15 14 65 59 66
    10 Lincoln City 46 18 10 18 64 60 64
    11 York City 46 17 13 16 62 63 64
    12 Carlisle United 46 15 15 16 53 52 60
    13 Exeter City 46 18 6 22 65 68 60
    14 Torquay United 46 17 8 21 45 60 59
    15 Hereford United 46 14 16 16 66 72 58
    16 Burnley 46 14 13 19 52 61 55
    Season Results 17 Peterborough United 46 14 12 20 52 74 54
    18 Rochdale 46 13 14 19 56 82 53
    19 Hartlepool United 46 14 10 22 50 78 52
    20 Stockport County 46 10 21 15 54 52 51
    21 Halifax Town 46 13 11 22 69 75 50
    22 Colchester United 46 12 14 20 60 78 50
    23 Doncaster Rovers 46 13 10 23 49 78 49
    24 Darlington 46 8 18 20 53 76 42

Left League
   
   
Left League Darlington relegated, replaced by Vauxhall Conference champions Maidstone United (1988/89 Conference table).
Play Off Semi-Finals     Play Off
1st Leg
Sun May 21 Leyton Orient 2 - 0 Scarborough
Sun May 21 Wrexham 3 - 1 Scunthorpe United
2nd Leg
Wed May 24 Scarborough 1 - 0 Leyton Orient
Wed May 24 Scunthorpe United 0 - 2 Wrexham
Aggregate scores
Leyton Orient 2 - 1 Scarborough
Wrexham 5 - 1 Scunthorpe United
Play Off Final  
1st Leg
Tue May 30 Wrexham 0 - 0 Leyton Orient
Sat Jun 3 Leyton Orient 2 - 1 Wrexham
Aggregate score
Leyton Orient 2 - 1 Wrexham
Leyton Orient promoted to Division 3