1913–14 Western Football League
|Champions||Cardiff City Reserves|
The 1913–14 season was the 22nd in the history of the Western Football League.
The league champions this season were Cardiff City Reserves, the first time they had won the league. This was the last season before the outbreak of World War I, which halted all organised football in the United Kingdom for several years. The Western League did not recommence until the 1919–20 season, when a number of new clubs joined the league and a second division was formed. Several clubs did not rejoin the league after the war.
- Trowbridge Town, rejoining the league after leaving in 1907.
|1||Cardiff City Reserves||22||18||3||1||88||10||8.8||39||Did not rejoin after the war|
|3||Bristol Rovers Reserves||22||16||3||3||72||18||4||35|
|4||Weymouth||22||13||2||7||51||35||1.46||28||Did not rejoin after the war|
|5||Peasedown St John||22||12||4||6||33||35||0.94||28|
|9||Camerton||22||5||2||15||33||72||0.46||12||Did not rejoin after the war|
|11||Clevedon||22||3||3||16||19||60||0.32||9||Did not rejoin after the war|
|12||Weston-super-Mare||22||2||1||19||21||72||0.29||5||Did not rejoin after the war|
1 The system of using goal average to separate two teams tied on points was used up to and including the 1976–77 season.
2 The points system: 2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for losing.
- Robinson, Michael (ed.), Non-League Football Tables 1889–2006, Soccer Books, 2006