|Goals scored||1534 (2.99 per match)|
|← 2002–03 2004–05 →|
The Premier Division featured four new teams:
- Southport relegated from the Football Conference
- Alfreton Town promoted as champions of Division One
- Spennymoor United promoted as runner-up of Division One
- Radcliffe Borough promoted as via playoff from Division One
Read more about this topic: 2003–04 Northern Premier League
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