Stroud and District Football League

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Stroud and District Football League
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Country England
Founded 1902
Divisions 7
Number of teams 96
Level on pyramid Levels 14 to 20
Feeder to Gloucestershire Northern Senior League
Promotion to Gloucestershire Northern Senior League Division Two
Current champions Stroud Harriers
(2015–16)
Website Official Website – stroudleague.co.uk
League Tables – TheFA.com

The Stroud and District Football League is a football competition based in England. This league was established in 1902. The league is affiliated to the Gloucestershire County FA. It has a total of seven divisions with the highest, Division One, sitting at level 14 of the English football league system. It is a feeder to the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League.

Reigning champions Stroud Harriers gained promotion to the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League for the 2016–17 season.

History[edit]

The Stroud and District League was founded in 1902 and serves the central part of Gloucestershire from Gloucester in the north to Chipping Sodbury in the south. The first ever winners of the league were Brimscombe.

Among the clubs that have left the S&DFL and now compete at a higher level are:

Member clubs 2016–17[edit]

Division One[edit]

Barnwood United | Charfield | Frampton United Reserves | King's Stanley | Longford | Old Richians | Randwick | St Nicholas Old Boys | Stonehouse Town Reserves | Stroud United | Tetbury Town | Tredworth Tigers | Upton St. Leonard's | Whitminster

Division Two[edit]

AFC Phoenix | Bush FC | Cam Bulldogs Reserves | Didmarton | Eastcombe | Hardwicke Reserves | Horsley United | Kingswood Reserves | Longlevens 'A' | Quedgeley Wanderers Reserves | Sharpness Reserves | Tibberton United | Tuffley Rovers 'A'

Division Three[edit]

Arlingham | Chalford Reserves | Coaley Rovers | Cotswold Rangers | Dursley Town Reserves | McCadam | Minchinhampton | Rodborough Old Boys | Tetbury Town Reserves | Thornbury Town Reserves | Trident | Uley | Whitminster Reserves

Division Four[edit]

Abbetmead Rovers Reserves | Alkerton Rangers | Avonvale United Reserves | Frampton United 'A' | Hardwicke 'A' | Longford Reserves | Nympsfield | Old Richians Reserves | Quedgeley Wanderers 'A' | Ramblers | Stonehouse Town 'A' | Taverners Reserves | Upton St. Leonards Reserves | Wickwar Wanderers

Division Five[edit]

Barnwood United Reserves | Berkeley Town Reserves | Brockworth Albion 'A' | Chalford 'A' | Charfield Reserves | Horsley United Reserves | Kingsway Rovers | Leonard Stanley Reserves | Longlevens 'B' | Randwick Reserves | Saingbridge | Tredworth Tigers Reserves | Tuffley Rovers 'B' | Wotton Rovers Reserves

Division Six[edit]

Cam Bulldogs 'A' | Cashes Green | Dursley Town 'A' | Eastcombe Reserves | Kings Stanley Reserves | Longlevens 'C' | Minchinhampton Reserves | North Nibley | Painswick | Rodborough Old Boys Reserves | Sharpness 'A' | Stroud Harriers Reserves | Stroud United Reserves | Uley Reserves

Division Seven[edit]

Abbeymead Rovers 'A' | Bridgeway | Cam Everside Wanderers | Coaley Rovers Reserves | Cotswold Rangers Reserves | Gloster Rovers | Kingsway Rovers Reserves | Randwick 'A' | Rodborough Old Boys 'A' | Stonehouse Town 'B' | Tetbury Town 'A' | Tuffley Rovers 'C' | Uley 'A' | Woodchester

Champions[edit]

1902–03: Brimscombe[1]

Season Division One Winners Division Two Winners Division Three Winners Division Four Winners
2008–09 Leonard Stanley Randwick Stonehouse Town Reserves B.A. Rangers
2009–10 Frampton United Stonehouse Town Reserves Slimbridge Reserves Abbeymead Rovers Reserves
2010–11 Abbeymead Rovers Gloucester Civil Service Upton St Leonards Didmarton
2011–12 Tuffley Rovers Reserves Upton St. Leonard's Avonvale United Wickwar Wanderers
2012–13 Quedgeley Wanderers Avonvale United AFC Phoenix Stroud Harriers
2013–14 Avonvale United Frampton United Reserves Sharpness Reserves Longlevens 'A'
2014–15 Longlevens Reserves Stroud Harriers St Nicholas Old Boys Tuffley Rovers 'A'
2015–16 Stroud Harriers Stroud United Cam Bulldogs Reserves Rodborough Old Boys
Season Division Five Winners Division Six Winners Division Seven Winners Division Eight Winners
2008–09 Matchplay Reeves Ramblers ‘A’ Tredworth Tigers Bush
2009–10 Didmarton Stroud Imperial Hardwicke Reserves McCadam
2010–11 Stroud Imperial Bush McCadam Kingsholm
2011–12 Stroud Harriers Upton St. Leonard's Reserves Cotswold Rangers Trident
2012–13 Avonvale United Reserves St. Nicholas Old Boys Trident Tuffley Rovers 'B'
2013–14 St. Nicholas Old Boys Alkerton Rangers Hawkesbury Stallions Alkerton Rangers Reserves
2014–15 Trident The Village FC Chalford 'A'
2015–16 Wickwar Wanderers Longlevens 'B' Kingsway Rovers

Source[2] [3]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tim Barnard (2014) Something to Shout About: The History of Forest Green Rovers FC, The History Press
  2. ^ "Stroud and District League - TheFA.com". Retrieved 2011-05-31. 
  3. ^ "Non League Football Stats – Archive 2008–2009 Season – Final League Tables" (PDF). Retrieved 2011-05-31.