Wiltshire Football League
|Number of teams||18|
|Level on pyramid||Level 11|
|Feeder to||Hellenic League|
|Promotion to||Hellenic League Division One West|
Wessex League Division One
Western League Division One
|Relegation to||Salisbury & District League|
Swindon & District League
Trowbridge & District League
|Domestic cup(s)||Corsham Print Senior KO Cup|
|Current champions||Wroughton |
|Website||Official website – TheFA.com|
The Wiltshire Football League is a football league based in England. It was initially set up to consist of no more than 56 clubs. All clubs are affiliated to an affiliated County Football Association. The area covered by the competition is within the county of Wiltshire or within 15 miles of the Wiltshire county boundary. The league sits at Step 7 of England's National League System pyramid, and since season 2014–15 has operated just one senior division.
Member clubs (2019–20)
The constitution for season 2017–18 is as follows. Where a club is outside Wiltshire, their county is shown in brackets.
- Corsham Town Reserves
- Cricklade Town
- Frome Collegians
- Kintbury Rangers
- Ludgershall Sports
- Malmesbury Victoria Development
- Marlborough Town
- Melksham Town Reserves
- Pewsey Vale Development
- Royal Wooton Bassett Town Development
- Shrewton United
- Stratton Juniors
- Trowbridge Town
The formation of the Wiltshire County Football League resulted from the amalgamation of the Wiltshire Combination and Wiltshire Leagues. The following Officers and Committee were elected at the inaugural meeting held in Devizes: J R Nunn (Chairman), W L Miles (Vice-Chairman), E S M Ashman (Secretary), F E Jones (Assistant Secretary), C G Scott (Treasurer), P J Ackrill (Registration Secretary), K J Mulraney (Referees' Appointments Secretary) and a Management Committee of C W Cousins, D B Cradock, T K Dowty, G A Highmore, D C Kilford and I K Strange. There were fourteen Vice-Presidents: H Beattie, A E Beavis, W H Brown, M A Cutforth, T Gillingham, Mrs E T Mills, D S Mills, E G Newman, F J Oatridge, W A Shail, W W Sherwood, H J Stevens, P E Stone and H W Todd.
1976 league constitution
- Senior Division 1 – Amesbury, Malmesbury Victoria, Avon (Bradford), Park YC, Bemerton Athletic, Salisbury City Res, Bromham, Sanford, Calne Town, St Joseph's YC, Chippenham Town Res, Vickers (South Marston), Ferndale Athletic, Westbury Utd, Highworth Town, Wootton Bassett Town
- Senior Division 2 – Avebury, Pewsey Vale, Burbage Sports, Purton, Corsham Town, Rowde, Lawn (Swindon), Warminster Town, Ludgershall, West Lavington, Marlborough Town, Wroughton
- Junior Division (Section A) – Box Rovers, Sarsen Utd, Corsham Town Res, Sherston, Croft, Shrewton, Frogwell, Sutton and Seagry, Highworth Town Res, Trowbridge Youth, Laverstock and Ford, Walcot Boys Athletic, Park YC Res, West Lavington Res, Penhill YC, West Swindon
- Junior Division (Section B) – Amesbury Res, Malmesbury Victoria Res, Avon (Bradford), Marlborough Town Res, Bemerton Athletic Res, Pewsey Vale Res, Bromham Res, Purton Res, Calne Town Res, Sanford Res, Devizes Town Res, St Joseph's YC Res, Ferndale Athletic Res, Vickers (South Marston) Res, Lawn (Swindon) Res, Wootton Bassett Town Res
The Cup Competitions had new sponsors and were renamed the Addkey Senior KO Cup and the Fountain Trophies Junior KO Cup.
The League extended its boundaries this season and changed its name to The Wiltshire Football League. This season saw the League enter into a Pyramid of Football Agreement with the Western and Hellenic Football Leagues.
A new logo was introduced, changing the design for the first time since the League was formed.
With the introduction of new Senior Status standards by the Wiltshire County Football Association, an Intermediate Status was introduced and the League amended its Rules accordingly. Division 1 became the Premier Division, Division 2 the Intermediate Division, Division 3 became Junior Division 1 and Division 4 became Junior Division 2. The Intermediate Division was sponsored by Plaister Auto Services.
There were an insufficient number of Clubs at Intermediate Status this season, so the League reverted to two Junior Divisions. The League had new sponsors this season in Plaister Auto Services and changed their name accordingly.
There were an insufficient number of Clubs at Intermediate Status this season, so the League closed the Junior Division.
List of champions
|Season||Division One||Division Two||Division Three||Division Four|
|1976–77||Park||Warminster Town||Walcot Boys Athletic||Devizes Town Reserves|
|1977–78||Park||Penhill YC||Shrewton||Melksham Town Reserves|
|1979–80||Amesbury||Calne Town||Sanford Reserves||Dorcan|
|1980–81||Park||St Joseph's||Shrewton||Durrington Sports|
|1981–82||Park||Meadowcroft||Moredon EC||Calne Town Reserves|
|1982–83||Penhill||Purton||Avebury Reserves||Kington Langley|
|1983–84||Penhill||Willis||Penhill Reserves||Plessey Sports|
|1984–85||Park||Wootton Bassett Town||Plessey Sports||Corsham Town Reserves|
|1985–86||Purton||Ferndale Athletic||Calne Town Reserves||Walcot|
|1986–87||Bemerton Athletic||Oldacre||Purton Reserves||Old Manor Reserves|
|1987–88||Wootton Bassett Town||Marlborough Town||Aldebourne Park Reserves||Chiseldon|
|1988–89||Ferndale Athletic||Devizes Town Reserves||Walcot Athletic||Wroughton|
|1989–90||Pewsey Vale||Pinehurst||Walcot Athletic||Wootton Bassett Sports|
|1990–91||Amesbury Town||Wroughton||Sunray Badbury||Ramsbury|
|1991–92||Amesbury Town||Dorcan||Sunray Badbury||Plessey Semics|
|1992–93||Pewsey Vale||Marlborough Town||Salisbury Manor||Dorcan Reserves|
|1993–94||Melksham Town||Bradford Town||National Semi-Conductor||Ashton Keynes|
|1994–95||Aldbourne Ferndale||Melksham Town Reserves||Raychem Sports & Social||Shrewton United Reserves|
|1995–96||Pinehurst||Southbrook Walcot||Raychem Sports & Social||PRC Durrington|
|1996–97||Shrewton United||Raychem Sports & Social||Chisledon||Raychem Sports & Social Reserves|
|1997–98||Corsham Town||Melksham Town Reserves||Down Ampney||GPS Reserves|
|Season||Premier Division||Intermediate Division||Junior Division One||Junior Division Two|
|1998–99||Raychem Mowlem||Down Ampney||Cricklade Town Reserves||Westside United|
|1999–00||Malmesbury Victoria||Trowbridge Town||Malmesbury Victoria Reserves||Sherston|
|2000–01||Cricklade Town||Wanborough United||Ashton Keynes||Swindon Eagles|
|Season||Premier Division||Intermediate Division||Junior Division|
|2001–02||Shrewton United||Stratton Crosslink Reserves||Wootton Bassett United|
|2002–03||Shrewton United||Dunbar Westside||Cricklade Town Reserves|
|Season||Premier Division||Junior Division One||Junior Division Two|
|2003–04||Trowbridge Town||Trowbridge Town Reserves||Swindon Asians|
|2004–05||Corsham Town||Down Ampney||Castle Combe|
|2005–06||Corsham Town||Wroughton||Chiseldon Castrol|
|2006–07||Corsham Town||AFC Castrol||Lower Stratton|
|2008–09||New College Swindon||Minety||Greenmeadow|
|2009–10||New College Swindon||Minety||Wilton Town|
|Season||Premier Division||Division One|
|2010–11||Corsham Town Reserves||FC Sanford|
|2011–12||FC Sanford||Box Rovers|
|2012–13||Wilts Calne Town||Madames|
|2013–14||Soutbrook||Melksham Town Reserves|
|Sources: Wiltshire League, Non-League Matters, FA Full Time|
- "The Non League Pyramid – Leagues". Pyramid Passion. Centre Circle Publishing. Retrieved 20 October 2012.
- "Wiltshire Senior League 2017/18". FA Full-Time: Wiltshire Senior League. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
- "Wiltshire Football League History". Wiltshire Football League. Internet Archive. Archived from the original on 7 September 2007. Retrieved 7 September 2007.
- 2013/14 Handbook Wiltshire League
- Wiltshire League 1992–2004 Non-League Matters
- Corsham Print Wiltshire Senior League FA Full Time