2000–01 Wessex Football League

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Wessex Football League
Season 2000–01
Champions Andover
Relegated Portsmouth Royal Navy

The 2000–01 Wessex Football League was the 15th season of the Wessex Football League. The league champions for the first time in their history were Andover. There was no promotion to the Southern League, but founder members Portsmouth Royal Navy finished bottom and were relegated.[1]

For sponsorship reasons, the league was known as the Jewson Wessex League.[2]

League table[edit]

The league consisted of one division of 23 clubs, increased from 21 the previous season, after East Cowes Victoria Athletic were relegated and three new clubs joined:[2]

Pos Club Pl W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1 Andover (C) 44 37 5 2 153 33 +120 116
2 Lymington & New Milton 44 34 6 4 106 29 +77 108
3 Wimborne Town 44 28 9 7 111 52 +59 93
4 Fleet Town 44 29 3 12 91 56 +35 90
5 A.F.C. Totton 44 26 9 9 87 47 +40 87
6 Thatcham Town 44 24 9 11 81 58 +23 81
7 Eastleigh 44 23 10 11 87 48 +39 79
8 Gosport Borough 44 23 8 13 74 44 +30 77
9 Brockenhurst 44 23 7 14 93 72 +21 76
10 Cowes Sports 44 22 4 18 80 70 +10 70
11 Bemerton Heath Harlequins 44 15 9 20 63 70 –7 54
12 A.F.C. Newbury 44 15 8 21 71 78 –7 53
13 B.A.T. Sports 44 14 10 20 52 75 –23 52
14 Bournemouth 44 13 12 19 51 65 –14 51
15 Fareham Town 44 12 10 22 48 74 –26 46
16 Moneyfields 44 12 9 23 52 76 –24 45
17 Christchurch 44 11 12 21 55 80 –25 45
18 Hamble A.S.S.C. 44 10 14 20 39 70 –31 44
19 Whitchurch United 44 8 13 23 37 72 −35 37
20 Swanage Town & Herston 44 11 4 29 52 123 –71 37
21 Blackfield & Langley 44 7 8 29 32 95 –63 29
22 Downton 44 6 8 30 45 103 –58 26
23 Portsmouth Royal Navy (R) 44 4 11 29 37 107 –70 23 Relegated to the Hampshire League

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wessex League 1986–2011". Non League Matters. Retrieved 23 January 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "2000–01 Wessex League". FCHD. Retrieved 23 January 2014.