Kent Invicta Football League

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Kent Invicta Football League
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Country  England
Founded 2011
Divisions 1
Number of teams 15
Levels on pyramid 10
Promotion to Southern Counties East Football League
Relegation to Kent County League
Domestic cup(s) Kent Invicta League Cup
Current champions Hollands & Blair
(2013–14)
Website Official website
2013–14

The Kent Invicta Football League is a football league in England, formed in 2011 to commence operations for the 2011–12 season.[1] It covers the traditional English county of Kent.

Formation[edit]

Negotiations to form a new Step 6 (level 10 in the overall English football league system) division began in 2009 to make promotion and relegation between the Kent League (Step 5, now Southern Counties East Football League) and Kent County League (Step 7) easier, as there had not been a relegation to the Kent County League for a number of seasons and promotions had been infrequent.

Clubs for 2013–14 season[edit]

Club Finishing position 2012–13
Bearsted 4th
Bridon Ropes 7th
Crockenhill 13th
Eltham Palace 10th
Fleet Leisure 4th in the Kent County League Premier Division (promoted)
Glebe
Hollands & Blair 2nd
Kent Football United 11th
Lewisham Borough 16th
Lydd Town 6th
Meridian 15th
Orpington 9th
Rusthall 12th
Seven Acre & Sidcup 5th
Sutton Athletic 8th

List of champions[edit]

Season Champions
2011–12 Bly Spartans
2012–13 Phoenix Sports
2013–14 Hollands & Blair

References[edit]

External links[edit]