The 1953 National League Division Two was the eighth post-war season of the second tier of motorcycle speedway in Great Britain.
The League was reduced at the start of the season again to 10 teams with Oxford Cheetahs dropping down to the Southern League whilst Ashfield closed and Liverpool folded mid-season. Cradley Heath 'merged' with Wolverhampton from the Southern League but used the Wolverhampton Wasps moniker, so to all intents and purposes they had closed.
Coventry Bees clinched their first title by a single point.
|Glasgow White City Tigers||32||16||2||14||34|
Liverpool Chads withdrew mid-season - record expunged.
Top Five Riders (League only)
|1||Glasgow White City Tigers||10.81|
|4||Derick Close||Motherwell Eagles||9.92|
|5||Len Williams||Leicester Hunters||9.78|
- "Historic league tables". Speedway Archive.