Spartan South Midlands Football League
|Number of teams||57|
|Levels on pyramid||Levels 9–11|
|Feeder to||Southern Football League
|Domestic cup(s)||Challenge Trophy
Premier Division Cup
Division One Cup
Division Two Cup
|Current champions||Hanwell Town (Premier Division)
Sun Postal Sports (Division One)
Hale Leys United (Division Two)
|2014–15 Spartan South Midlands Football League|
The Spartan South Midlands Football League is an English football league covering Hertfordshire, northwestern Greater London, central Buckinghamshire and southern Bedfordshire. It is a feeder to the Southern Football League or the Isthmian League, and consists of five divisions – three for first teams (Premier Division, Division One and Division Two), and two for reserve teams (Reserve Division One and Reserve Division Two).
The Premier Division is at step 5 (or level 9) of the National League System, divisions One and Two at step 6/level 10 and step 7/level 11 of the National League System respectively. The reserve divisions are not part of the National League system.
For the league's first "transitional" season, the members of the amalgamating leagues were split into three tiers, "Premier", "Senior" and "Division One". The top and bottom tier were split geographically into North and South Sections.
|Season||Premier North||Premier South||Senior||One North||One South|
|1997–98||Brache Sparta||Brook House||New Bradwell St Peter||Luton Old Boys||Old Roan|
In 1998, the geographic sections were abolished, and a simple three-tier structure with promotion and relegation between the divisions was introduced.
|1998–99||Barkingside||Holmer Green||Bridger Packaging|
|1999–2000||Arlesey Town||Tring Athletic||Dunstable Town|
|2000–01||Beaconsfield SYCOB||Letchworth||Pitstone & Ivinghoe|
In 2001, the Senior Division and Division One were renamed Divisions One and Two respectively.
|Season||Premier||Division One||Division Two|
|2001–02||London Colney||Greenacres||Mursley United|
|2002–03||Dunstable Town||Pitstone & Ivinghoe||Buckingham Athletic|
|2003–04||Beaconsfield SYCOB||Haywood United||Old Dunstablians|
|2004–05||Potters Bar Town||Oxhey Jets||Crawley Green Sports|
|2005–06||Oxford City||Colney Heath||Aston Clinton|
|2006–07||Edgware Town||Brimsdown Rovers||AFC Dunstable|
|2007–08||Beaconsfield SYCOB||Kentish Town||Kings Langley|
|2008–09||Biggleswade Town||Royston Town||The 61 F.C. (Luton)|
|2010–11||Chalfont St. Peter||Berkhamsted||Padbury United|
|2011–12||Royston Town||London Colney||Aston Clinton|
|2012–13||Dunstable Town||London Lions||Kent Athletic|
|2013–14||Hanwell Town||Sun Postal Sports||Hale Leys United|