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Nickname: The Quakers

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Ground: The Darlington Arena

Ground History

Darlington History

Darlington Football Club (also known as The Quakers) were founded in 1883 and were one of the founding members of the Northern League in 1889. They were first admitted to The Football League when the Third Division North was formed in 1921.

They originally played their home games at Feethams, before moving to the Darlington Arena in 2003. The arena is an all-seater stadium with a capacity of 25,000 and the cost of the stadium was a major factor in driving the club into administration in 2004, and again in 2009.

The club were relegated to the Football Conference in 2010 and, having narrowly avoided liquidation, were relegated a further four divisions on the recommendation of the Football League at the end of the 2011/12 season.

The club's main rivals are Hartlepool United. The club's traditional colours are a black and white shirts, black shorts and black and white socks. The club's crest depicts Locomotion No. 1, referencing the town's railway history, as well as a stylised Quaker and the club's nickname, The Quakers, referencing the religious movement that had a historic influence on the town.

Darlington 2021 Record

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Darlington Squad

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