Aberdeenshire and District League
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|Number of teams||11|
|Current champions||Cove Rangers
|Most championships||Buckie Thistle–11|
The Aberdeenshire and District League, usually known as the Aberdeenshire League, is a football tournament for clubs in membership of the Aberdeenshire and District Football Association. The clubs are drawn from the historic counties of Aberdeenshire and Banffshire. Historically, clubs from Moray and Angus also competed.
The competition began in 1919 as the North Eastern League and renamed in 1921. It ran until the end of season 1952-53 when it was disbanded due to clubs' priorities being primarily on the Highland League.
|1939-40||Second World War|
|1940-41||Second World War|
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|1942-43||Second World War|
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|1944-45||Second World War|
2014 - 15 Cove Rangers
- "Aberdeenshire League". Scottish Football Historical Archive. Retrieved 16 September 2012.