Somerset County League
|Number of teams||73|
|Level on pyramid||Level 11–13|
|Feeder to||Western League|
|Promotion to||Western League Division One|
|Relegation to||Bath and North Somerset District Football League
Mid-Somerset Football League
Perry Street and District League
Taunton & District Saturday Football League
Weston-super-Mare and District Football League
Yeovil and District League
|League cup(s)||Errea Premier/First Division Cup
Errea Second Division Cup
|Current champions||Watchet Town
The Somerset County League is a football competition based in England. It sits at step 7 (or level 11) of the National League System. It is a feeder to the Western League Division One and has promoted a club in seven of the last ten seasons – Hengrove Athletic, Portishead, Radstock Town, Oldland Abbotonians, Wells City, Cheddar and Ashton & Backwell United.
The league has a total of five divisions – a Premier Division, two regional Division Ones (East and West), and two regional Division Twos (East and West). It is fed by the Bath and North Somerset District League, the Mid-Somerset League, the Perry Street and District League, the Taunton & District Saturday League, the Yeovil and District League, and the Weston-super-Mare and District League. It is affiliated to the Somerset County FA which was formed in 1885.
The Somerset County League, also known as the Somerset Senior League, was founded in 1890.
Five of the current teams in the Somerset County League have competed at a higher level, namely:
- Ashton & Backwell United
- Clevedon United
- Glastonbury Town
- Ilminster Town
- Peasedown Athletic (then known as Peasedown Miners Welfare)
Among the clubs that have left the Somerset County League and now compete at a higher level are:
Clandown had three periods in the Western Football League but rejoined the Somerset County League in 1992 before folding in 2004. Westland-Yeovil eventually folded after leaving the County League for the Western League but they subsequently reformed as Westland Sports and now compete in the Dorset Premier League.
Premier Division Champions
|2003–04||Team Bath Reserves|
|2004–05||Mangotsfield United Reserves|
|2008–09||Bridgwater Town Reserves|
|2009–10||Bridgwater Town Reserves|