Surrey Elite Intermediate Football League

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Surrey Elite Intermediate Football League
Country  England
Founded 2008
Divisions 1
Number of teams 16
Level on pyramid Level 11
Feeder to Combined Counties League
Promotion to Combined Counties League Division One
Relegation to
Domestic cup(s) League Challenge Cup
Reserves Challenge Cup
Current champions Horsley
Website Official

The Surrey Elite Intermediate Football League is a regional English football league for teams in South-West London, Surrey and neighbouring areas. It was founded in 2008. The league is at the 11th level of the English football league system and was incorporated into the National League System as a Step 7 league by the Football Association in June 2012. It has a division for first teams and a reserve division.

The league was formed to bridge the gap between local intermediate leagues and the lower division of the Combined Counties League.[1] The league is fed by the Surrey County Intermediate League (Western) and the Surrey South Eastern Combination. Teams from other local leagues, such as the Aldershot & District League may also apply for membership.

The current champions of the league are Horsley.

2015–16 teams[edit]

Finishing position 2015-16
AFC Cubo[n 1] 9th
AFC Spelthorne Sports 8th
Balham 2nd
Battersea Ironsides[n 2] 6th
Chobham Burymead 11th
Godalming & Farncombe Athletic 10th
Horsley 1st
Merrow 3rd
NPL 12th
Project Clapham 4th
Reigate Priory[n 3] 15th
Ripley Village 13th
Tooting Bec 7th
Virginia Water 5th
Warlingham 14th
Yateley United 16th

List of champions[edit]

Season Champions
2008–09 Eversley
2009–10 Epsom Eagles
2010–11 Spelthorne Sports
2011–12 Epsom Athletic
2012–13 Yateley Green
2013–14 NPL
2014–15 Horsley
2015–16 Horsley

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ AFC Cubo are based in Barnes, London
  2. ^ Battersea Ironsides are based in Earlswood, London
  3. ^ Priory Park is the main park of the town on the site of the former Reigate Priory

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