|Number of teams||Seven|
At the time, there were no Southern teams in the Football League and no equivalent competition existed for clubs in the south. The Southern Alliance was set up in 1892 and ran for just one season, in 1892-93. The league featured seven leading amateur teams from the Home Counties, namely:
Not all matches in the 1892-93 competition were played, however Old St. Stephens topped the final table. The competition was disbanded at the end of the season.
|1||Old St Stephen's||12||10||1||1||44||15||21|
|6||Windsor & Eton||10||2||1||7||14||37||5|
- Southern Football League, a successor competition founded in 1894