Wolverhampton won the league but there was controversy at the end of the year when Wolverhampton refused to move up to the National League which was dwindling in numbers. This would lead to the Provincial League running outside of the jurisdiction of the Speedway Control Board in 1964. At the start of the year Neath had folded, and their place was taken by the new track at St Austell. After finishing at the bottom of the table the previous year, Bradford and Leicester were no longer running due to financial difficulties and Plymouth had also withdrawn. Long Eaton returned to competitive racing after ten years, a new track opened at Hackney, and Rayleigh returned under new ownership after a missing the 1962 season. New Cross Rangers also returned but closed in August, never to re-open.
|St Austell Gulls||24||13||2||9||28|
|Cradley Heath Heathens||24||11||1||12||23|
|Long Eaton Archers||24||7||2||15||16|
M = Matches; W = Wins; D = Draws; L = Losses; Pts = Total Points
- New Cross Rangers resigned in mid-season - record expunged.
Top Five Riders (League only)
|1||George Hunter||Edinburgh Monarchs||11.09|
|2||Ivan Mauger||Newcastle Diamonds||10.42|
|3||Ivor Brown||Cradley Heathens||10.30|
|4||New Cross Rangers/Exeter Falcons||10.30|