1996–97 Combined Counties Football League
The 1996–97 Combined Counties Football League season was the 19th in the history of the Combined Counties Football League, a football competition in England, which operates at levels 9–10 of the English football league system.
The league was won by Ashford Town (Middlesex) for the third time in succession.
The league was reduced from 22 clubs to 20 after D.C.A. Basingstoke, Eton Wick and Peppard joined the Chiltonian League, and Horley Town joined the Crawley and District League. Two new clubs joined:
- Corinthian-Casuals, joining from the Spartan League.
- Cove, joining from Isthmian League Division Three.
|1||Ashford Town (Middlesex) (C)||38||27||6||5||107||39||+68||87|
|2||Corinthian-Casuals (P)||38||25||8||5||86||36||+50||83||Joined the Isthmian League|
|9||Godalming & Guildford||38||17||8||13||69||47||+22||59|
|17||Raynes Park Vale||38||10||6||22||53||90||–37||36|
1 The system of using goal difference to separate two teams tied on points was used.
2 The points system: 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for losing.
- "1996–97 Combined Counties League". fchd. Retrieved 27 April 2018.