List of Margate F.C. seasons

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The Margate team display the Margate and District Charity Cup in 1907.

Margate Football Club is an English association football club based in the seaside resort of Margate, Kent. The club was founded in 1896 and played only friendlies and cup matches until 1909, when the team joined the Thanet and District League.[1] Two years later Margate joined the Kent League, initially also playing in the Thanet League due to the county league's small fixture list, before stepping up to the Southern League in 1933.[1] After four seasons at this level, however, the club was forced to resign on financial grounds and return to the Kent League.[1] Margate returned to the Southern League in 1959 and remained there until 2001 when they gained promotion to the Football Conference, the highest level of English non-League football.[2][3] During their stay at this level they were forced to groundshare with other clubs due to drawn-out and problematic redevelopment work at their Hartsdown Park ground.[1] This led to the club being expelled from the Conference National in 2004 for failing to meet the division's stadium requirements.[1] After one season in the Conference South the club was relegated to the Isthmian League.[2]

The team, nicknamed "The Gate", have to date reached the third round proper of England's premier cup competition, the FA Cup, on two occasions. The club's best performance in the FA Trophy, the main cup competition specifically for non-League clubs, was a run to the quarter-final stage in 2001–02.[2][3]

Seasons

Season League FA Cup FA Amateur Cup/
FA Trophy[A]
Other competitions Top scorer Notes
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos
1896–97 Margate played only friendly matches[B] [1]
1897–98 Margate did not enter any league competitions -- -- KJC SF[C] Pearce 6 [4]
1898–99 -- -- KJC R4 Taylor-Jones
Stockdale
2 [5]
1899–00 -- -- KJC SF Pearce
Croseor
4[D] [6]
1900–01 -- -- KJC R4 Pearce
Wells
Barrow
2 [7]
1901–02 -- -- KJC Winners Barrow 4 [8]
1902–03 -- -- KJC QF Phillips 1 [9]
1903–04 -- -- KJC QF Matthews 8 [10]
1904–05 -- -- KJC R2 Sharpe 1 [11]
1905–06 -- -- KSC R1
MDCC Runners-up
Matthews
Short
2 [12]
1906–07 -- RP KAC R3
MDCC Winners
Dowson 8 [13]
1907–08 -- R3Q KSC R2Q
KAC R2
MDCC Winners
Pearce 9 [14]
1908–09 -- R3Q KSC R3Q
KAC R1
MDCC SF
Bi. Bowden 3 [15]
1909–10 TDL 8 2 1 5 10 22 5 4th -- R3Q KSC R1Q
KAC R1Q
MDCC SF
Randall 4 [16]
1910–11 TDL 10 1 1 8 4 33 4 6th -- R3Q KSC R1Q
KAC R4Q
MDCC R1
Bi. Bowden 3 [17]
1911–12 KL2E 14 3 2 9 18 41 8 7th -- R2Q KSC R1
KAC R2Q
MDCC QF
Fordham 12[E] [18]
TDL[F] 6 2 1 3 5 17 5 3rd
1912–13 KL2E 12 2 2 8 14 26 6 6th -- R2Q KAC R3Q
MDCC Winners
Dow 10 [19]
TDL 8 5 0 3 23 15 10 2nd
1913–14 KL2E 18 7 5 6 36 34 19 4th R1Q R1Q KSC R1
KAC R1Q
MDCC Winners
Dow 16 [20]
TDL 8 5 1 2 15 7 11 1st
1914–15 Margate did not enter any league competitions R1Q -- None No goals scored [21]
No competitive football was played between 1915 and 1919 due to the First World War. [1]
1919–20 KL 24 8 6 10 48 51 22 7th R2Q -- KSC QF Sparrow 27[G] [22]
1920–21 KL 32 14 7 11 41 41 35 8th R1Q -- KSC R2
KSS Winners
Copp 26[H] [23]
1921–22 KL 28 11 8 9 43 36 30 7th R1Q -- KSC SF
KSS R1
Reay 13 [24]
1922–23 KL 32 7 6 19 36 72 20 16th RP -- KSC R1
KSS R1
Hobby 9 [25]
1923–24 Margate did not play any matches[I] [1]
1924–25 KL 34 9 5 20 50 92 23 14th -- -- KSC R1
KSS R1
Arnold 22 [26]
1925–26 KL 36 15 8 13 81 60 38 7th -- -- KSC R1
KLC R1[J]
Stennings 34 [27]
1926–27 KL 26 18 4 4 70 33 40 3rd RP -- KSC R3Q
KLC SF
KSS R1
Stennings 35[K] [28]
1927–28 KL 26 14 6 6 68 43 34 2nd RP -- KSC R2
KLC R2
Brookes 25 [29]
1928–29 Margate did not play any matches[L] [1]
1929–30 KL 32 23 3 6 103 33 49 2nd R2 -- KSC Runners-up
KSS SF
KLC QF
Wade 46 [30]
1930–31 KL 36 24 10 2 99 27 58 3rd R4Q -- KSC R2
KSS Winners
Wade 24 [31]
1931–32 KL 36 25 4 7 129 38 54 4th R4Q -- KSC R2
KSS R1
Stennings 38 [32]
1932–33 KL 34 28 1 5 112 34 57 1st R2 -- KSC SF
KLC SF
Billy Mays 60 [33]
1933–34 SLE[M] 16 8 3 5 23 20 19 2nd R1 -- KSC runners-up
KSS SF
SLC R1
Frank Keetley 30 [34]
KL 36 23 3 10 94 68 49 3rd
1934–35 SLE 18 7 6 5 38 30 20 3rd R4Q[N] -- KSC R1
KSS R1
SLC R2
Reg Tricker 38 [35]
SLC 20 8 3 9 40 34 19 6th
KL 36 23 4 9 110 51 50 3rd
1935–36 SLE 18 13 2 3 49 16 28 1st R3 -- KSC Winners
KSS Winners
SLC R1
Jock Davie 35 [36]
SLC 20 14 3 3 57 18 31 1st[O]
1936–37 SL 30 15 4 11 64 49 34 4th R4Q -- KSC Winners
KSS Winners
SLC R1
Eddie Carr 30 [37]
SLMW 18 12 1 5 48 24 25 1st
1937–38 KL[P] 32 24 4 4 103 31 52 1st -- -- KSC SF
KSS Runners-up
Wilf Walsh 31 [38]
1938–39 Margate did not play any matches[Q] [1]
1939–40 KL[R] 1 1 0 0 4 1 2 n/a REP[S] -- KSC R2Q
KSS SF[T]
Watkins 2 [39]
No competitive football was played between 1940 and 1945 due to the Second World War. [1]
1945–46 Competitive football resumed but Margate did not reform until a year later [1]
1946–47 KL1 30 16 9 5 89 46 41 1st RP -- KSC R2
KSS SF
Ted Bensley 25 [40]
1947–48 KL1 34 24 1 9 103 44 49 1st R1Q -- KSC R1
KSS Winners
KLC Winners
Frank Johnson 29 [41]
1948–49 KL1 34 14 5 15 84 64 33 10th RP -- KSC R2
KSS R1
Alfred Hope 30 [42]
1949–50 KL1 32 17 5 10 67 39 39 6th REP -- KSC R1
KSS SF
KLC R2
Frank Johnson
Ronnie Martell
18 [43]
1950–51 KL1 32 16 9 7 93 57 41 6th REP -- KSC R1
KSS Runners-up
KLC R2
Almer Hall 24 [44]
1951–52 KL1 32 16 7 9 77 49 39 4th R1Q -- KSC R2
KLC R1
Jock Flannigan 21 [45]
1952–53 KL1 32 19 5 8 75 46 43 4th RP -- KSC R2
KSS Winners (joint)[U]
KLC Runners-up
Jock Flannigan 25 [46]
1953–54 KL1 30 19 6 5 74 36 44 2nd R2Q -- KSC R1
KSS R1
KLC Winners
Peter Vandepeer 34 [47]
1954–55 KL1 32 17 6 9 82 48 40 5th R2Q -- KSC R2
KSS Runners-up
KLC Runners-up
Peter Vandepeer 46 [48]
1955–56 KL1 32 19 6 7 93 45 44 2nd R1 -- KSC R1
KSS R1
KLC Runners-up
Peter Vandepeer 30 [49]
1956–57 KL1 32 16 2 14 64 65 34 8th R2 -- KSC R1
KSS SF
KLC SF
Johnny Roche 20 [50]
1957–58 KL1 34 20 9 5 80 34 49 2nd R1 -- KSC SF
KSS SF
KLC Runners-up
Dennis Yeomans 32 [51]
1958–59 KL1 34 18 5 11 101 72 41 5th R1 -- KSC R3
KLC Runners-up
TMC Grp
Freddie Kearns
Tony Spink
27 [52]
1959–60 SL1 42 20 6 16 88 77 46 7th R2 -- KSC Runners-up
SLC R1
KSS SF
Freddie Kearns 40 [53]
1960–61 SL1 40 11 12 17 62 75 34 15th R4Q -- KSC R2
SLC R2
KSS R1
Alan Brown 28 [54]
1961–62 SL1 38 20 6 12 74 55 46 5th R2 -- KSC SF
SLC Runners-up
KSS Winners
KFC Grp
Alan Blackburn 30 [55]
1962–63 SL1 38 21 13 4 86 47 55 1st R1 -- KSC Runners-up
SLC SF
KSS Winners
KFC Winners
Alan Blackburn 37 [56]
1963–64 SLP 42 12 13 17 68 81 37 17th R1 -- KSC R2
SLC R2
KSS R1
KFC Grp
Alan Blackburn 28 [57]
1964–65 SLP 42 20 9 13 88 79 49 6th R4Q -- KSC R3
SLC R2
KFL Grp
John Ballagher 50 [58]
1965–66 SLP 42 8 10 24 66 111 26 22nd R1Q -- KSC SF
SLC R2
KSS SF
KFC Runners-up
Dennis Randall 21 [59]
1966–67 SL1 46 31 7 8 127 54 69 2nd R3Q -- KSC Runners-up
SLC QF
KSS R2
KFC Grp
Dennis Randall 54 [60]
1967–68 SLP 42 19 8 15 80 71 46 8th R2 -- KSC[V]
SLC Winners
KFL Grp
John Fahy 53 [61]
1968–69 SLP 42 14 7 21 79 90 35 18th R1 -- KSC Runners-up
SLC R3
KFC Winners
SLCH Winners
Phil Amato 32 [62]
1969–70 SLP 42 17 8 17 70 64 42 13th R1 R3Q KSC Runners-up
SLC R3
KFC Runners-up
KSS Grp
Johnny Ray 30 [63]
1970–71 SLP 42 15 10 17 64 70 40 13th R1 R1 KSC QF
SLC SF
KFC Grp
John Baber
Gerry Baker
Hughie Cochrane
11 [64]
1971–72 SLP 42 19 8 15 80 71 46 9th R1 R1 KSC R2
SLC SF
KFC Grp
Barry Brown 20 [65]
1972–73 SLP 42 17 15 10 80 60 49 7th R3 R3Q KSC R2
SLC R1
KFC Grp
Barry Brown 23 [66]
1973–74 SLP 42 15 8 19 56 63 38 17th R4Q R2 KSC Winners
SLC SF
KMT Grp
Barry Brown
John Hold
19 [67]
1974–75 SLP 42 17 12 13 64 64 46 7th R4Q R2 KSC R2
SLC Runners-up
KMT Grp
Carl Gilbert 23 [68]
1975–76 SLP 42 15 12 15 62 60 42 11th R3Q R2 KSC SF
SLC R1
KFT Runners-up
Brian Gregory 43 [69]
1976–77 SLP 42 9 10 23 47 85 28 22nd R3Q R1 KSC R1
SLC R2
Ray Summers 15 [70]
1977–78 SL1S 38 24 10 4 92 32 58 1st R1Q R3Q KSC R1
SLC R1
KSS[W]
Ray Summers
Vic Pain
20 [71]
1978–79 SLP 42 10 9 23 44 75 29 19th[X] R4Q R3 KSC R2
SLC R1
Ricky Fusco
George Putman
10 [72]
1979–80 SLS 46 17 8 21 51 62 42 17th R4Q R3Q KSC R2
SLC R2
Lennie Lee 14 [73]
1980–81 SLS 46 11 7 28 65 117 29 22nd R2Q R3Q KSC R2
SLC R1
Lennie Lee
Vic Pain
14 [74]
1981–82 SLS 46 5 7 34 37 110 17 24th R1Q R1Q KSC R1
SLC R1
Dave Clay 11 [75]
1982–83 SLS[Y] 34 10 5 19 30 61 35 14th R3Q R1Q KSC R2
SLC R1
Lennie Lee 10 [76]
1983–84 SLS 38 9 8 21 40 65 35 18th R2Q R1Q KSC R2
SLC R3
Steve Dudley 12 [77]
1984–85 SLS 38 19 9 10 63 47 66 5th R1Q R1Q KSC SF
SLC Grp
EFC Runners-up
Vic Medus 24 [78]
1985–86 SLS 40 13 7 20 58 63 46 15th R1Q RP KSC R1
SLC Grp
EFC Grp
Gary Doe 14 [79]
1986–87 SLS 38 14 14 10 56 50 56 10th RP R1Q KSC R1
SLC Grp
EFC Grp
ITGC Winners
Gary Doe 13 [80]
1987–88 SLS 40 17 13 10 60 38 64 5th R4Q R2Q KSC R1
SLC Grp
Neil Cugley 27 [81]
1988–89 SLS 42 7 15 20 47 95 36 20th R2Q R2Q KSC R1
SLC R2
ITGC Winners (joint)[Z]
Garry Aldous
Mark Munday
10 [82]
1989–90 SLS 42 12 15 15 46 45 51 16th R2Q R2Q ITGC Winners
KSC R1
SLC R3
Ronnie Murrock
Andy Sawyer
8 [83]
1990–91 SLS 40 14 11 15 52 55 53 10th R3Q R3Q KSC R1
SLC R2
ITGC Losers
Paul Underwood 26 [84]
1991–92 SLS 42 13 16 13 49 56 55 14th R1Q R3Q KSC R1
SLC R1
ITGC Losers
Martin Buglione 18 [85]
1992–93 SLS 42 18 7 16 65 58 64 10th R2Q R2Q KSC R1
SLC R1
Martin Buglione 38 [86]
1993–94 SLS 42 20 8 14 76 58 68 9th R3Q R1Q KSC Winners
SLC R3
Joe Brayne 25 [87]
1994–95 SLS 42 15 7 20 60 72 52 13th R3Q R1Q KSC R2
SLC R3
Steve Cuggy 40 [88]
1995–96 SLS 42 18 5 19 68 62 59 11th R2Q R1Q KSC R1
SLC R2
Martin Buglione 38 [89]
1996–97 SLS 42 21 9 12 70 47 72 5th RP R1Q KSC R1
SLC R2
Martin Buglione 27 [2][90][91]
1997–98 SLS 42 23 8 11 71 42 77 6th R1 R2 KSC Winners
SLC Winners
Paul Sykes 33 [2][90][91]
1998–99 SLS 42 27 8 7 84 33 89 2nd RP R2 SLCH Losers
KSC SF
SLC R1
Paul Sykes 23 [2][90][92]
1999–00 SLP 42 23 8 11 64 43 77 3rd R4Q R2 KSC R2
SLC R4
Phil Collins 28 [2][90][92]
2000–01 SLP 42 28 7 7 75 27 91 1st R2Q R4 KSC R2
SLC R2
Phil Collins 34 [2][90][92]
2001–02 Conf 42 14 16 12 59 53 58 8th R4Q QF SLCH Winners
KSC Runners-up
Leon Braithwaite 15 [2][90][93]
2002–03 Conf 42 15 11 16 60 66 56 10th R2 R5 KSC Winners Leon Braithwaite 13 [2][90][93]
2003–04 Conf 42 14 9 19 56 64 51 16th[AA] R4Q R5 KSC Winners Adrian Clarke 9 [2][90][94]
2004–05 ConfS 46 12 8 22 54 75 34[AB] 21st R3Q R1 KSC Winners
CLC R4
Che Stadhart 21 [2][90][94]
2005–06 IsP 42 11 17 14 49 55 50 14th R3Q R2Q KSC SF
ILC R3
Danny Hockton 16 [2][90][95][96]
2006–07 IsP 42 20 11 11 79 48 71 6th R3Q R2Q KSC R1
ILC R2
Danny Hockton 40 [2][90][97][98]
2007–08 IsP 42 17 11 14 71 68 62 9th R3Q R2Q KSC SF
ILC R2
James Pinnock 27 [2][90][99][100]
2008–09 IsP 42 13 7 22 51 64 46 19th R1Q R1Q KSC R1
ILC R2
Kenny Pratt 10 [94][101]
2009–10 IsP 42 11 12 19 49 71 45 19th R1Q R1Q KSC R3
ILC R3
Lloyd Blackman 14 [99]
2010–11 IsP 42 11 12 19 52 64 45 16th R2Q R2Q KSC R2
ILC R2
Shaun Welford 12 [102][103][104]
2011–12 IsP 42 15 8 19 65 65 53 15th R3Q R2Q KSC R3
ILC R3
Kwesi Appiah 35 [105][106][107]
2012–13 IsP 42 17 11 14 61 49 62 9th R3Q R1Q KSC QF
ILC R2
Tommy Whitnell 11 [108][109]
2013–14 IsP 46 18 10 18 70 67 64 11th R2Q R3Q
2014–15 IsP 46 25 10 11 94 58 85 3rd R2Q R1Q

Key

Winners Runners up Promoted Relegated

Division shown in bold when it changes due to promotion, relegation or league reorganisation. Top scorer shown in bold when he set or equalled a club record.

Notes

A. ^ Margate entered the FA Amateur Cup until the First World War. The club entered the FA Trophy from its creation in 1969.[2]

B. ^ Margate's first ever match was a friendly against Wye F.C. on 28 October 1896.[110]

C. ^ Margate's first round match against Folkestone Post Office was the club's first ever competitive match. It was ordered to be replayed as Margate had fielded an ineligible player.[4]

D. ^ Pearce also scored twice in a match against Broadstairs Town which was abandoned due to fog and ordered to be replayed.[6]

E. ^ Fordham also scored one goal in a match against Ramsgate Town which was declared void and ordered to be replayed for unknown reasons.[18]

F. ^ Matches in both leagues are considered to have been first team matches.[1]

G. ^ Sparrow also scored three goals in a match against Royal Army Service Corps which was later declared void when that team resigned from the league.[22]

H. ^ Copp also scored one goal in a match against 1st Middlesex Regiment which was later declared void when that team resigned from the league.[23]

I. ^ At the end of the 1922–23 season Margate were suspended from the league for financial irregularities and subsequently folded. The club reformed a year later and re-entered the league.[1]

J. ^ Margate were knocked out of the Kent League Cup after losing 3–0 to Ashford Railway Works in a league match which it was agreed would also count as a League Cup match.[27]

K. ^ Stennings also scored one goal in a match against Catford Southend which was later declared void when that team resigned from the league.[28]

L. ^ Margate folded for a second time at the end of the 1927–28 due to heavy debts. The club reformed a year later and returned to the league.[1]

M. ^ Following their Kent League title win, Margate successfully applied for membership of the Southern League and were placed in the Eastern Section. They continued to field a team in the Kent League, and that league placed a requirement on the club to field its strongest team, therefore both leagues are considered to have been first team competitions.[1]

N. ^ Margate's FA Cup fourth round qualifying match against Folkestone was abandoned due to fog, but as it was subsequently discovered that Margate had fielded an ineligible player, the tie was awarded to Folkestone rather than a replay ordered.[35]

O. ^ Margate won the overall Southern League championship by defeating Western Section winners Plymouth Argyle Reserves 3–1 in a play-off match, which was held over until September 1936.[2]

P. ^ Margate resigned from the Southern League in 1937 for financial reasons and returned to the Kent League.[1]

Q. ^ Margate folded for a third time after the 1937–38 season due to debt. Once again, the club reformed a year later.[1]

R. ^ The Kent League was abandoned after Margate's first match due to the outbreak of the Second World War and replaced with the Kent Regional League, which is not generally included in official statistics. This league was itself abandoned before the end of the season, although Margate had already played all their matches, with a record of P20 W7 D5 L8 F47 A44 Pts19.[39]

S. ^ Margate drew 2–2 with Erith & Belvedere but the competition was abandoned before the replay took place.[39]

T. ^ The Kent Senior Cup and Senior Shield competitions continued throughout the season. Margate reached the semi-final of the Shield but failed to turn up for the match and were expelled from the competition.[39]

U. ^ Margate and Folkestone were declared joint winners of the Kent Senior Shield after a 1–1 draw in the final.[46]

V. ^ Margate played one match in the Kent Senior Cup, but it is unclear which round this represented.[61]

W. ^ Margate played three matches in the Kent Senior Shield, but it is unclear which rounds these represented.[71]

X. ^ Margate were technically not relegated as the Southern League Premier Division was scrapped in 1979 due to the formation of the Alliance Premier League. The league was instead reorganised into two parallel divisions, the Southern Division and the Midland Division, with Margate playing in the Southern Division.[2]

Y. ^ Having finished bottom of the table, Margate did not qualify for a place in the Southern League Premier Division, which was reformed for the 1982–83 season. They remained in the Southern Division, which became the second tier of the league.[1]

Z. ^ Margate and Ramsgate were declared joint winners of the Isle of Thanet Gazette Cup after the match finished 1–1.[82]

AA. ^ Although Margate finished in 16th position, the club was relegated to the newly formed Conference South due to not being able to meet the stadium requirements of what was now designated the Conference National.[1]

AB. ^ Margate were deducted 10 points for entering administrative receivership.[1]

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