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Mid Cheshire League

Cheshire Association Football League
Country England
Founded 1948
Divisions
  • Division One
  • Division Two
  • Reserve Division
Number of teams 32
Levels on pyramid Level 11–12
Feeder to North West Counties League
(Division One)
Promotion to North West Counties League
(Division One)
Relegation to Chester & District League
East Cheshire League
Crewe & District League
Current champions 2012–13:
Knutsford (Division One)
Barnton (Division Two)
Website Official website

The Cheshire Association Football League is a football competition based in Cheshire, England, which until 2007 was known as the Mid-Cheshire Association Football League. It has three divisions: Divisions One and Two, and a Reserve Division. Founded in 1948, only two clubs (Barnton and Knutsford) have maintained continuous membership since the formation of the league.[1] Whitchurch Alport, a founder member, resigned from the league in 2012.[2]

Division One sits at step 7 (or level 11) of the National League System, and is a feeder to the North West Counties League Division One. The Cheshire Football League is fed by the Chester & District League, the Crewe & District League and the East Cheshire League.

Due to a sponsorship agreement, for the 2007–08 season the official name of the league was the Cheshire Building Society Cheshire Football League. Knutsford won the Division One Championship in 2012–13, while the Division Two title was won by Barnton.

2013–14 members

Division One

  • Barnton
  • Billinge
  • Crewe
  • Denton Town
  • Eagle Sports
  • Gamesley
  • Garswood United
  • Greenalls Padgate St. Oswalds
  • Knutsford
  • Linotype & Cheadle Heath Nomads
  • Middlewich Town
  • Pilkington
  • Rudheath Social Club
  • Rylands
  • Styal
  • Whaley Bridge Athletic

Division Two

  • Barnton Wanderers
  • Congleton Vale Rovers
  • Daten
  • Egerton
  • Golborne Sports
  • Grappenhall Sports
  • Lostock Gralam
  • Maine Road Reserves
  • Malpas
  • Moore United
  • Penlake
  • Poynton
  • Sale Town
  • Sandbach United
  • Tarporley Victoria
  • Warrington Town Reserves

Recent divisional champions

Season Division One Division Two
1979–80 Barnton Prescot B I Reserves
1980–81 Rylands Handforth Irwin
1981–82 Hanley Town Intex
1982–83 Barnton Newcastle Town
1983–84 Rylands N/A
1984–85 Bramhall N/A
1985–86 Newcastle Town N/A
1986–87 Kidsgrove Athletic N/A
1987–88 Kidsgrove Athletic Leek Town Reserves
1988–89 Barnton Wilmslow Albion
1989–90 Grove United Garswood United
1990–91 Linotype Newcastle Town Reserves
1991–92 Grove United Broadheath Central
1992–93 Grove United Malpas
1993–94 Linotype Bollington Athletic
1994–95 Knutsford Cheadle Heath Nomads
1995–96 Garswood United Bollington Athletic
1996–97 Barnton Lostock Gralam
1997–98 Barnton Garswood United Reserves
1998–99 Barnton Padgate St Oswalds
1999–2000 Barnton Trafford Reserves
2000–01 Barnton Broadheath Central
2001–02 Barnton Crosfields
2002–03 Barnton Golborne Sports
2003–04 Middlewich Town Padgate St Oswalds
2004–05 Barnton Penketh & Sankey Eagle
2005–06 Middlewich Town Gamesley
2006–07 Middlewich Town Stalybridge Celtic Reserves
2007–08 Styal F.C. United of Manchester Reserves
2008–09 Woodley Golborne Sports
2009–10 Club AZ Lostock Gralam
2010–11 Greenalls Padgate St. Oswalds Denton Town
2011–12 Knutsford Whaley Bridge
2012–13 Knutsford Barnton

(The league ran only a single division from 1983–87)

References

External links

  • Official website
  • FA Full-time Cheshire Football League


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