Middlesex County Football League

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Middlesex County Football League
Middlesex County Football League logo.png
Country England
Number of teams51
Level on pyramidLevels 11–13
Feeder toCombined Counties League
Hellenic League
Promotion toCombined Counties Football League Division One
Hellenic League Division One East
Essex Senior League (instance in 2012)
Relegation toVarious inc. Hounslow & District Football
Current championsBritish Airways
Most championshipsWillesden Constantine (4)
Map of Middlesex 1066–1894. Most of the teams are from these areas, which are mostly in the historic County of Middlesex. Outlying teams forming exceptions are Singh Sabha Slough, Stonewall and historically Sutton Common Rovers

The Middlesex County Football League is a football competition based in England loosely drawing teams from the central, northern and western parts of Greater London. The league was founded in 1984 and initially had only one division, although it has since expanded greatly. It currently has a total of five divisions – four for first teams and a division for reserve teams. The Premier Division sits at step 7 (or level 11) of the National League System. It is a feeder to the Combined Counties Football League and the Hellenic Football League. The league is currently sponsored by Cherry Red Books.


The Middlesex County League was founded in 1984 as a single division. One year later, the league expanded to include a second division (Division One). In 1991 the league added a third, Division Two, discontinued during 1996–2002 but on its reinstatement a fourth was also created (Division Three). For the 2006–07 season the league added a fifth level and the fourth level was regionalised. The divisions were named Division Three East and Division Three West. A further re-organisation in 2007–08 saw growth and the league break into six divisions: Division One acquired its split (into East and West), Division Three East was renamed Division Three, whilst Division Three West was renamed Division Three (Hounslow & District). In the next season both Division Threes were dropped.

Former members to progress through the pyramid are: Brook House, Hanworth Villa, CB Hounslow United, Rayners Lane, North Greenford United, Sutton Common Rovers, South Kilburn, Neasden Foundation, Bethnal Green United, Bedfont Sports, Hayes Gate, Southall and FC Romania.

The league has the Latin motto 'is est non-iustus a venatus suus a res vita quod nex' translating to 'it's not just a game it's a matter of life and death'.

Member clubs 2018–19 season[edit]

Premier Division[edit]

Club Finishing position 2017–18[1]
Brentham 2nd
Cricklewood Wanderers 3rd
Indian Gymkhana Club 5th
Lampton Park 6th
Sporting Hackney 7th
Pitshanger Dynamo 8th
Tottenham Hale Rangers 9th
Kensington Dragons 10th
Hillingdon 11th
C.B. Hounslow United Reserves 12th
Larkspur Rovers 13th
South Kilburn 14th
St. Panteleimon 1st Division One (Central & East)
PFC Victoria London 1st Division One (West)

Division One[edit]

Division One (Central & East) Finishing position 2017–18 Division One (West) Finishing position 2017–18
The Wilberforce Wanderers 5th FC IGK (formerly Indian Gymkana Res) 4th
NW London 7th Kodak (Harrow) 5th
Clapton Community 6th Alpha & Omega 9th
Ealing Town - Deportivo Galicia Reserves 10th
Eastfield - London Samurai 10th (Central & East)
FC Roast - Hilltop 1st (Division Two)
Hereford Palace - Western Athletic 2nd (Division Two)
Kensington United - Eagles -
Sporting Club De Londres - London Rangers -
South Kilburn Reserves -
Yeading Town -

Division Two[edit]

Division Two Finishing position 2017–18
Harrow Bhoys 3rd
AFC Hanwell & Hayes 4th
Harrow Rangers 5th
Hillingdon Abbots 6th
CB Hounslow United Reserves 3rds 8th
Sudbury Court 9th
Brentham Reserves -
Heston Bombers -
Lampton Park Reserves -

Past champions[edit]

Season Premier Division
1984–85 Constantine United
Season Division One Division Two
1985–86 Mill End Sports Harrow St. Mary's Reserves
1986–87 Evershed Social Troy Albion
1987–88 Chorleywood Common Harefield Town
1988–89 Shamrock Northfield Rangers
1989–90 Hawkeye Willesden Brook House Reserves
1990–91 Hawkeye Willesden Northfield Rangers Reserves
Season Premier Division Division One Division Two
1991–92 Northfield Rangers Broadwater United Bridge Park
1992–93 Shamrock Northolt Saints Scolar
1993–94 New Hanford Rayners Lane Reserves Neasden Foundation Reserves
1994–95 Spelthorne Sports Willesden Constantine Southall Reserves
1995–96 Willesden Constantine Stonebridge Scolar FC Deportivo Galicia
Season Premier Division Senior Division
1996–97 Rayners Lane Broadfields United
1997–98 Willesden Constantine Northolt Saints
1998–99 Willesden Constantine Neasden Foundation
1999–2000 Brook House Reserves Brentford New Inn
2000–01 Northolt Saints Pinner Albion Seniors
2001–02 Spelthorne Sports Stonewall
Season Premier Division Division One Division Two Division Three
2002–03 Hanworth Villa Southall Town Reserves Harefield Ex-Services Stonewall Reserves
2003–04 Wraysbury Brazilian Eastcote Parkfield Youth Old Boys
2004–05 Hanworth Villa Neasden Foundation Parkfield Youth Old Boys LPOSSA
2005–06 Battersea Ironsides Sport London e Benfica Signcraft Harrow St. Mary's Youth Old Boys
Season Premier Division Division One Division Two Division Three (East) Division Three (West)
2006–07 Sport London e Benfica South Kilburn London Utd Football Academy FC Baresi Brunswick
Season Premier Division Division One
(Central & East)
Division One (West) Division Two Division Three Division Three
(Hounslow & District)
2007–08 Indian Gymkhana Park View Kodak Harrow Harrow St Mary's Harrow Club Stedfast United
Season Premier Division Division One
(Central & East)
Division One (West) Division Two Division Three
(Hounslow & District)
2008–09 Bethnal Green United Copland North Kensington LPOSSA Grange Park
2009–10 Interwood Sporting Hackney Stedfast United Imperial College Old Boys Eutectic
2010–11 Willesden Constantine West Essex North Kensington Pitshanger Dynamo Belmullet Town
Season Premier Division Division One
(Central & East)
Division One (West) Division Two
2011–12 Interwood Kilburn FC Assyria Bay
2012–13 British Airways Cricklewood Wanderers LPOSSA Stedfast
2013–14 Sporting Hackney Pearscroft United LPOSSA Heston Bombers
2014–15 Hillingdon Sloane New Hanford Larkspur Rovers
2015–16 West Essex Tottenham Hale Rangers Brentham Lampton Park
2016–17 FC Deportivo Galicia AFC United Lampton Park PFC Victoria London
2017–18 British Airways St. Panteleimon PFC Victoria London Hilltop
2018–19 St. Panteleimon Clapton Community Hilltop AFC Hanwell & Hayes

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