Mid-Somerset Football League

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Mid-Somerset Football League
Mid-Somerset Football League logo.jpg
Country England
Founded 1950
Divisions 4
Number of teams 48
Level on pyramid Level 14 – 17
Feeder to Somerset County League
Promotion to Somerset County League Division 2
Current champions Coleford Athletic
Website Official Website

The Mid Somerset League (currently sponsored by Trophies of Radstock) is a football competition based in England. This league has a total of four divisions, of which the highest, the Premier Division, sits at level 14 of the English football league system. It is a feeder to the Somerset County League and is affiliated to the Somerset County FA.


The League was founded in 1923 as a Senior League to provide extra fixtures and a fuller fixture list for teams in the Mid-Somerset area. It was open to all Senior sides throughout Somerset and sides as far apart as Odd Down and Minehead took part until the league ceased to run at the end of the 1946–47 season. It reformed in 1950 as a Junior League and has continued ever since. John Hansford published a book in 2000 celebrating the first 50 years of the league's history.

Recent divisional champions[edit]

Season Premier Division First Division Second Division Third Division
2014–15 Coleford Athletic Radstock Town 'A' Baltonsborough Victoria Sports
2013–14 Frome Town Sports Stoke Rovers Peasedown Athletic Reserves Baltonsborough
2012–13 Chilcompton Sports Pensford Camerton Athletic Westhill Sports
2011–12 Meadow Rangers Frome Town Sports Pensford Frome Town Sports Reserves
2010–11 Meadow Rangers Welton Arsenal Interhound Camerton Athletic
2009–10 Meadow Rangers Pilton United Meadow Rangers Reserves Westfield 'A'
2008–09 Purnells Sports Farrington Gurney Pilton United Wookey Reserves
2007–08 Westfield Wookey Westfield Reserves Pilton United
2006–07 Purnells Sports Pensford Purnells Sports Reserves Coleford Athletic Reserves
2005–06 Meadow Rangers Purnells Sports Pensford Mells & Vobster United Reserves
2004–05 Meadow Rangers Wookey Purnells Sports Purnells Sports Reserves
2003–04 Coleford Athletic Radstock Town Reserves Westfield Frome Town Sports Reserves
2002–03 Coleford Athletic Littleton Sports Reserves Peasedown St John Rovers Westfield
2001–02 Meadow Rangers Littleton Sports Littleton Sports Reserves Wookey
2000–01 Coleford Athletic Inveresk Welton Arsenal Stoke Rovers Reserves
1999–2000 Chilcompton Pensford Inveresk Timsbury Athletic 'A'
1998–99 Pilton United Chilcompton Interhound Inveresk
1997–98 Mells & Vobster United Pilton United Farrington Gurney Clutton Reserves
1996–97 Frome Sportshouse Littleton Sports Wookey Peasedown Athletic 'B'
1995–96 Mells & Vobster United Stoke Rovers Norton Hill Rangers Wookey
1994–95 Frome Collegians Peasedown MYCOR Reserves Purnells Sports Farrington Gurney
1993–94 Mells & Vobster United Coleford Athletic Peasedown MYCOR Reserves Waterside Sports

Member clubs 2015–16[edit]



  1. ^ "Mid-Somerset League Sponsored By Trophies of Radstock". Mid-Somerset League. Retrieved 2011-06-14. 

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