Combined Counties League
2011/2012 Roll of Honour:
Premier Division Champions - Guildford City, Division 1 Champions - Guernsey, Premier Challenge Cup Winners -Guernsey, Division 1 Challenge Cup Winners - Warlingham, Reserve Division Champions - Farnham Town Res, Reserve Division Challenge Cup Winners - Bedfont Sports Res.
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.
Season 2006/07 saw a major restructuring of the league with a number of new clubs from the now defunt Ryman's second division being accepted and a number of clubs being relegated from the league. In 2011, the league accepted the first non-mainland side, Guernsey, in to the league.
This page last updated: 12th November 2012
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