Aldershot & District Football League

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Aldershot & District Football League
DivisionsSenior Division, Division One
Level on pyramidLevel 13-14
Feeder toHampshire Premier League

The Aldershot & District Football League is an English football league comprising teams from north east Hampshire and neighbouring parts of Surrey and Berkshire. It has two divisions the highest of which, the Senior Division, sits at level 13 of the English football league system. Teams may be promoted to the Hampshire Premier League Division One. The current champions are Yateley United 'A'.


The league began as the Aldershot Senior League, founded in 1894[1] for military teams, and introduced a 'Civilian' division of three teams in 1912–13.[2] After World War I the league featured civilian, military and works teams in the same division.[3] Today it consists solely of civilian teams.

Member clubs 2018–19[edit]

Senior Division

Division One

  • AFC Fleet
  • AFC Laffans
  • Farnborough North End
  • Headley United 'A'
  • Letef Select
  • Mytchett Athletic
  • Normandy Specials
  • Ropley
  • Wey Valley Reserves
  • Yateley United 'A'

Recent champions[edit]

Season Senior Division Division One Division Two Division Three
2008–09 BOSC Bagshot South Farnborough Frensham Royal British Legion
2009–10 Fleet Spurs Reserves West Meon & Warnford Old Farnboronians Frogmore Rangers
2010–11 Headley United Alton Athletic Frogmore Rangers Wrecclesham 'A'
2011–12 Bagshot West End Village Headley United Reserves Bordon & Oakhanger Sports Club United
2012–13 Bagshot West Meon & Warnford Wrecclesham Headley United Academy
2013–14 Bagshot Wey Valley Alton United Bagshot Reserves
2014–15 Frimley Select Sandhurst Town Reserves Ropley Yateley United 'B'
2015–16 Bagshot Fleet Spurs 'A' Bagshot Reserves Division Three discontinued
2016–17 Rushmoor Hale Rovers Normandy
2017–18 Yateley United 'A' Traco Athletic Division Two discontinued
2018-19 Hartley Wintney 'A' Ropley


  1. ^ "Affiliated Leagues". Hampshire FA. Archived from the original on 2010-01-08. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. ^ "Aldershot Senior Civilian League table 1912-13". Camberley Town FC. Archived from the original on 2008-10-13. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  3. ^ "Aldershot Senior League table 1919-20". Camberley Town FC. Archived from the original on 2008-10-13. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)

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