East Midlands Counties Football League

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East Midlands Counties League
EastMidlandsCountiesLeague.png
Country England
Founded 2008
Number of teams 22
Level on pyramid 10
Promotion to Northern Counties East League Premier Division
Midland League Premier Division
Relegation to Central Midlands League
Leicestershire Senior League
Nottinghamshire Senior League
Domestic cup(s) FA Cup
FA Vase
Current champions St Andrews
(2015–16)
2016–17

The East Midlands Counties Football League is a football league at level 10 of the football league system in England. It commenced at the start of the 2008–09 season, drawing clubs from the Central Midlands League, Leicestershire Senior League and two teams from the Northern Counties East League.[1]

On 15 May 2008 The FA Leagues Committee placed the new league at Step 6 in the National League System.[2] Eighteen clubs were invited to form the new league;

List of 2016–17 member clubs[3][edit]

Team name Founded Hometown
Anstey Nomads F.C 1947 Leicester
Arnold Town F.C. 1989 Nottingham
Ashby Ivanhoe F.C. 1948 Leicestershire
Aylestone Park F.C. 1968 Leicester
Barrow Town F.C. 1946 Leicestershire
Belper United F.C. 1969 Derbyshire
Birstall United F.C. 1961 Leicester
Blaby & Whetstone Athletic F.C. 1928 Leicester
Borrowash Victoria A.F.C. 1911 Derbyshire
Dunkirk F.C. 1946 Dunkirk
Ellistown & Ibstock United F.C. 2013 Leicestershire
Gedling Miners Welfare F.C. 1919 Nottingham
Graham Street Prims F.C. 1904 Derbyshire
Greenwood Meadows F.C. 1987 Nottingham
Holbrook Sports F.C. 1996 Derbyshire
Holwell Sports F.C. 1902 Leicestershire
Kimberley Miners Welfare F.C. 1926 Nottingham
Radcliffe Olympic F.C. 1876 Nottingham
Radford F.C. 1964 Nottingham
South Normanton Athletic F.C. 1926 Derbyshire
Stapenhill F.C. 1947 Staffordshire
West Bridgford F.C. 1990 Nottinghamshire

Champions[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Six New Clubs For NCEL Northern Counties East League
  2. ^ National League structure[permanent dead link] The FA, 15 May 2008
  3. ^ "Clubs". East Midlands Counties League. Retrieved 17 February 2017. 

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