Gloucestershire Northern Senior League
|Number of teams||32|
|Level on pyramid||Levels 12 to 13|
|Feeder to||Gloucestershire County League|
|Promotion to||Gloucestershire County League|
|Relegation to||Cheltenham Association League Division One
North Gloucestershire League Premier Division
Stroud and District League Division One
|League cup(s)||Reg Davis Memorial Cup|
|Current champions||Sharpness AFC (Division One)
Bibury (Division Two)
The Gloucestershire Northern Senior League is a football competition based in England founded in 1922. The league is affiliated to the Gloucestershire County FA. It has two divisions, Division One and Division Two, with Division One sitting at level 12 of the English football league system. This league is a feeder to the Gloucestershire County League. The Cheltenham League, Stroud and District League and North Gloucestershire League are feeders to the GNSL.
In the 2015–16 season, Sharpness won the Division One title, while Bibury were champions of Division Two.
A number of clubs in the NSL have played in the Gloucestershire County League or higher but have dropped back into lower tier football. Notable clubs include:
- Harrow Hill joined the County League in 1982/83 and gained promotion to the Hellenic Football League.
- Stonehouse Town were original member of the County League and competed in the competition for 20 years until 1988. From 1947 until 1960 the club played in the Western Football League.
Among the clubs that have left the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League and now compete at a higher level are:
- "Football Club History Database – Harrow Hill". Retrieved 2011-05-29.
- "Football Club History Database – Stonehouse". Retrieved 2011-05-29.
- "Gloucestershire Northern Senior League – Previous NSL Seasons". Retrieved 2011-05-31.
- "FA Full-Time Gloucestershire Northern Senior League". Retrieved 2016-06-04.
- "Gloucestershire Northern Senior League". Retrieved 25 June 2016.
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