Premier League Four-Team Championship
The Premier League Four-Team Championship is a contest between teams competing in the Premier League in the UK. Eight teams are grouped into fours, with one rider from each team in each race. The winners and second place of each group compete for the Championship in the final. The current champions are Somerset Rebels. The competition was first staged in 1995 when the Premier League was the highest tier of British speedway, becoming the second tier from 1997 after the formation of the Elite League.
A similar competition was held for teams in the second division of the old British League Division Two/National League, known as the National League Four-Team Championship from 1976 until 1990, and as the British League Division Two Four-Team Championship from 1991 until 1994.