Hertfordshire Senior County League

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Hertfordshire Senior County League
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Founded 1898
Country England
Number of teams 29 (Two Divisions)
Level on pyramid 11 (Premier Division)
12 (Division One)
Feeder to Spartan South Midlands Football League
Current champions London Lions
(2016–17)
Website Official website

The Hertfordshire Senior County League is a football competition based in Hertfordshire, England. Founded in 1898, there are currently two divisions at senior level and two divisions at reserve and development level. Sitting at step 7 of the National League System, the Premier Division is a feeder to the Spartan South Midlands League. The League operates a knock-out competition called the 'Aubrey Cup', won by London Lions in 2016–17.

2017–18 Members[edit]

The constitution for season 2017–18 was ratified at the league's AGM in the summer of 2017, and is as follows:

Premier Division[edit]

  • Belstone
  • Bovingdon
  • Buntingford Town
  • Bushey Sports
  • Chipperfield Corinthians
  • Cuffley
  • Evergreen
  • Knebworth
  • Letchworth Garden City Eagles
  • Sandridge Rovers
  • Standon & Puckeridge
  • Ware Sports
  • Wormley Rovers

Division One[edit]

External links[edit]