Surrey County Intermediate League (Western)

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Surrey County Intermediate League (Western)
Country England England
Confederation FA
Founded 1922
Divisions 4
Number of teams 24 (plus reserve divisions)
Levels on pyramid Levels 12 to 13
Feeder to Surrey Elite Intermediate League
Current champions Merrow
(2012–13)
Website Football Mitoo

The Surrey County Intermediate League (Western) is one of the three intermediate football leagues which has most of its teams in the English county of Surrey and is the smaller of the two feeder leagues to the Surrey Elite Intermediate League.

History[edit]

The league can trace its roots back to 1891 when the East and West Surrey League was formed then 're-constructed' into the West Surrey League in 1905.[1] That, in turn, became the Surrey Intermediate League at the same time as the Surrey Senior League was formed, 1922.[2]

Structure[edit]

Its main two divisions have 26 clubs from the western half of Surrey, one from Farnborough, Hampshire and one from Bedfont, Greater London. The league's premier division is at the 12th level of the English football league system. Teams may be promoted from here to join the Surrey Elite Intermediate League. Division One teams may be relegated to and replaced by teams from the Guildford & Woking Alliance which covers similar territory. Reserve teams ordinarily remain in the two reserve leagues.

2014–15 members[edit]

Premier Division[edit]

  • Chiddingfold
  • Chobham Burymead
  • Cranleigh
  • Elm Grove Seniors
  • Godalming & Farncombe Athletic
  • Laleham
  • Lightwater United
  • Milford & Witley
  • Royal Holloway Old Boys
  • Shottermill & Haslemere
  • Tongham
  • University of Surrey

Division One[edit]

  • Egham Athletic
  • Farnborough North End
  • Hambledon
  • Knaphill Athletic
  • Lyne
  • Millmead
  • Ockham
  • Old Salesians
  • Shalford
  • Windlesham United
  • Woking & Horsell
  • Worplesdon Phoenix

Champions[edit]

East and West Surrey League

Season Champions
1891–92 Godalming Recreation Club
1892–93 Godalming Recreation Club
1893–94 Weybridge
1894–95 Guildford
1895–96 Woking
1896–97 Guildford
1897–98 Woking
1898–99 Guildford
1899–1900 Guildford
1900–01 Guildford
1901–02 Guildford
1902–03 Redhill
1903–04 Guildford
1904–05 Woking

West Surrey League

Season Champions
1905–06 Kingston-on-Thames
1906–07 Kingston-on-Thames
1907–08 Woking
1908–09 Kingston-on-Thames
1909–10 Old Kingstonians
1910–11 Walton-on-Thames
1911–12 Guildford
1912–13 Guildford
1913–14 Camberley & Yorktown
1914–1920 No competition
1920–21 Farnham United Breweries
1921–22 Egham

Surrey Intermediate League

Season Champions
1922–23 Chertsey Town
1923–24 Kingstonian Reserves
1924–25 Vickers
1925–26
1926–27 Horley
1927–28 Whyteleafe Albion
1928–29
1929–30 Farnham Town
1930–31 Farnham Town
1931–32 Thornville
1932–33 Addlestone
1933–34 Brookwood Mental Hospital
1934–35 Brookwood Mental Hospital
1935–36 Knaphill
1936–37 Badshot Lea
1937–38 Badshot Lea
1938–39 Farnham Post Office
1939–1946 No competition
1946–47
1947–48 Haslemere & Shottermill
1948–49 Ash United
1949–50 Cove
1950–51 Cove
1951–52 Ash United
1952–53 Cove
1953–54 Cove
1954–55 Shottermill
1955–56 Merrow
1956–57 Brookwood Mental Hospital
1957–58 Merrow
1958–59 Frimley Green
1959–60 Frimley Green
1960–61 Haslemere
1961–62 Farnborough
1962–63 Farnborough
1963–64 Cove
1964–65 Ash United
1965–66 Ham
1966–67 Ash United
1967–68 Cove
1968–69 Merrow
1969–70 Sheerwater
1970–71 Merrow
1971–72 Shottermill
1972–73 Merrow
1973–74 Cranleigh United
1974–75 Ashford Town (Middx)
1975–76 Merrow
1976–77 Cranleigh United
1977–78 Cranleigh United
1978–79 Wrecclesham
1979–80 Wrecclesham
1980–81 Witley
1981–82 Merrow
Season Division One Division Two Division Three
1982–83 Ewhurst
1983–84 Haslemere Weysiders
1984–85 Weysiders
1985–86 Badshot Lea
1986–87 Bagshot
1987–88 Surrey Police
1988–89 Ottershaw
1989–90 Lion Sports
1990–91 Burpham Windlesham United
1991–92 Sheerwater
1992–93 Bisley Sports
1993–94 Shottermill
1994–95 Tongham
1995–96 Haslemere
1996–97 Haslemere Weysiders
1997–98 Chiddingfold
1998–99 Merrow
1999–2000 Merrow Royal Holloway Old Boys
2000–01 Woking Park & Horsell
2001–02 Staines Lammas Windlesham United
2002–03 Merrow
Season Premier Division Division One
2003–04 Bedfont Green Shalford
2004–05 Tongham Old Rutlishians
2005–06 Old Rutlishians Knaphill
2006–07 Knaphill Liphook
2007–08 Horsley Worplesdon Phoenix
2008–09 Ripley Village Abbey Rangers
2009–10 Burpham University of Surrey
2010–11 Wrecclesham Cranleigh
2011–12 Yateley Green AFC Spelthorne Sports
2012–13 Merrow Tongham
2013–14 AFC Spelthorne Sports Laleham

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Club history". Kingstonian FC. 
  2. ^ "Leagues & competitions". Surrey FA. [dead link]

External links[edit]