Millwall 1 Barnsley 3, 29/05/2016, Wembley Stadium, League One play-off final.

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Bradford Park Avenue 4-1 Bishop Auckland, FA Cup first qualifying round, Horsfall Stadium, September 12, 2009.

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Belper Town 4 Gresley 1, 28/01/2014, Christchurch Meadow, Northern Premier League

July issue available online and in stores

wsc353The new WSC is out now, available in all good newsagents or to order from the WSC shop.

- Hibs' first Cup win since 1902
- Edinburgh City break new ground
- Controversial League shake-up
- Who won the unofficial World Cup?
- Spain's withdrawal from Euro 60
- WSC writers' competition winners

Darlington Feethams

6 June ~ Feethams was home to Darlington between 1883 and 2003, when the club moved to the new Darlington Arena on the outskirts of the city. The ground, which had a capacity of around 8,500, was demolished in 2006.

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We are pleased to announce the return of the annual WSC writers' competition, in memory of contributor David Wangerin. Entrants are invited to submit an article of between 800 and 1,500 words, about any aspect of the 2016-17 football season. The award was David's idea and he requested that it should only be open to amateur writers, ie those who don't make their living from writing. The closing date for submissions is Monday, June 5 2017.

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Please read the rules and the declaration before submitting your entry. By entering the competition you declare that you have read and agreed to the terms specified in the rules and the declaration.

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