Midland Football League

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For the league that ran between 1889 and 1982, see Midland Football League (1889).
For the league that ran between 1994 and 2005, see Midland Football League (1994).
Midland Football League
Country  England
Founded 2014
Divisions Premier Division
Division One
Division Two
Division Three
Level on pyramid Levels 9 to 12
Feeder to Northern Premier League
Southern League
Promotion to Northern Premier League Division One South
Southern League Division One South & West
Relegation to (from Premier Division)
East Midlands Counties League
West Midlands (Regional) League
as well as Division One
Domestic cup(s) National
FA Cup
FA Vase
League Cup
Challenge Cup
President's Cup
Challenge Vase
Website Official site

The Midland Football League is a semi-professional football league standing at levels 9–12 of the English football league system.


The current Midland League was formed in 2014 when the Midland Alliance and Midland Combination merged.[1]


League winners[edit]

Season Premier Division Division One Division Two Division Three
2014–15 Basford United Highgate United Coventry United Austrey Rangers
2015–16 Hereford Coventry United Alvis Sporting Club Leamington Hibernian

League Cup finals[edit]

Season Result Venue Attendance
2014–15 Long Eaton United 2–0 Rocester Bescot Stadium 227[2]
2015–16 Hereford 3–1 Walsall Wood Damson Park 849[3]

Members clubs 2016–17[edit]


External links[edit]