The club was formed originally consisting of 3 junior boys teams under the name of Blyth Town Juniors in March 1995. By the 2002/03 season the club consisted of 22 teams including junior boys and girls side's, that season also marked the beginning of the adult side and consequently the club was re-named Blyth Town FC. The adult side entered the Northern Football Alliance Division 2 in the 2002/03 season which saw the club win the division by 9 points. In 2003 Blyth Town FC achieved the status of an FA Community Charter Standard Club. The adult side now play in the Northern Football Alliance Premier Division after two promotions in the clubs first three seasons.
In the 2007/08 season the club added winning the NFA Senior Benevolent Bowl to its list of achievements, this was thought to be the last achievement of manager Jeff Orr who stepped down after 6 seasons. However, after a poor start to the season and the resignations of joint managers Steven Walker and Ian Johnson, Jeff returned for the remainder of the 2008/09 season. The clubs fortunes turned and the team finished the season in 9th, managing to retain the NFA Senior Benevolent Bowl, becoming only the second team in history to achieve the feat The club commenced the 2009/10 season with a new manager in the shape of Michael Connor, he managed to steer the club to an impressive fourth placed finish in his first season. A ninth placed finish in the 2010/11 season followed although the club did reach the Kicks Leisure Challenge Cup Final.
Roll Of Honour
2002/03 - Northern Alliance Division 2 Winners
2003/04 - NFA Minor Cup Winners, Northern Alliance Subsidiary Cup Winners
2004/05 - Northern Alliance Division 1 Runners-Up
2007/08 - NFA Senior Benevolent Bowl Winners
2008/09 - NFA Senior Benevolent Bowl Winners
2010/11 - Kicks Leisure Challenge Cup Runners-Up
Top Scorer (at end of 2010/11) - Jonathan Mann 109 goals (125 games)
Most Appearances (at end of 2010/11) - Mark Waugh 285 games (36 goals)