|Full name||William Alfred Andrew Newton|
|Date of birth||1896|
|Place of birth||Romiley, England|
|Romiley St. Chad's|
|Ashton National Gas|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).|
Newton played for Romiley St. Chad's, Park Albion, Marple Amateurs, Newton Heath, and Hyde United. He played two league games for Manchester City in 1919. He guested for Burnley and then Port Vale in April 1919, before joining the latter club permanently. In October 1919, Port Vale were re-elected from the Central League to the Football League. Newton and Tom Holford battled for the position on the left of midfield, but by February 1920, Holford had established himself as the club's preferred left-half. Newton featured in 14 Second Division games in 1919–20, but never played a game in 1920–21. He was allowed to leave The Old Recreation Ground in May 1921 and returned to Hyde United; he later played for Ashton National Gas.