Welcome to the Combined Counties League web pages. Please note that these pages
are unofficial, any comments expressed here are not necessarily those of the
League. The webmaster of these pages has no connection in any shape or form with the Combined Counties league.
LEAGUE CHANGES FOR 2013/2014 Egham Town promoted to the Southern League, Guernsey promoted to the
Isthmian League. Warlingham have moved to Surrey Elite League.
Premier Division: Alton Town transferred from the Wessex League, Frimley Green
and Westfield promoted from Division One.
Division One: Dorking and Sandhurst Town relegated from the Premier Division.
Reserve Division: Due to resignations from the reserve division, the Combined
Counties League have decided not to run a reserve league.
2012/2013 Roll of Honour: Premier Division Champions - Egham Town,
Division 1 Champions - Frimley Green,
Premier Challenge Cup Winners -Epsom & Ewell,
Division 1 Challenge Cup Winners - AFC Croydon Athletic,
Reserve Division Champions - Raynes Park Vale Res,
Reserve Division Challenge Cup Winners - Raynes Park Vale Res,
Grant-McLellan Youth Cup Cup Winners - Camberley Town Youth.
The Combined Counties Football League
is based in Southern England and includes sides from Middlesex, Surrey, Berkshire,
Oxon, Sussex and Hampshire. All clubs are of senior status. The Combined Counties
league is part of the non-league pyramid. The league accept clubs from a number
of sources including RYMAN, Spartan, Surrey Premier and Middlesex County leagues.
Over the years the league has been known as the DAN AIR League, the PARASOL
League, the Courage League, the Seagrave Haulage League and the Cherry Red
Records Combined Counties League.