Southern League (1929–31)
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The Southern League was founded in 1929 as the inaugural season of speedway racing in the United Kingdom for Southern British teams. The league ran for 3 seasons before being amalgamated with the Northern League to form the National League. The first winners were Stamford Bridge Pensioners but it was Wembley Lions who won the most titles.
|1929||Stamford Bridge Pensioners||Southampton Saints|
|1930||Wembley Lions||Southampton Saints|
|1931||Wembley Lions||Stamford Bridge Pensioners|
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