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1999–2000 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the 1999-2000 season West Midlands was the 100th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcester ...

                                               

2000–01 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the 2000-01 season League West Midlands was 101st in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worceste ...

                                               

2001–02 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the season 2001-02 West Midlands was the 102nd in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestersh ...

                                               

2002–03 West Midlands (Regional) League

The 2002-03 season League West Midlands was the 103rd in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcest ...

                                               

2003–04 West Midlands (Regional) League

In 2003-04 season the West Midlands was the 104th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestersh ...

                                               

2004–05 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the 2004-05 season League West Midlands became the 105th player in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefords ...

                                               

2005–06 West Midlands (Regional) League

The championship 2005-06 West Midlands was the 106th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worceste ...

                                               

2006–07 West Midlands (Regional) League

In 2006-07 season the West Midlands was the 107th player in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worc ...

                                               

2007–08 West Midlands (Regional) League

Season 2007/08 League West Midlands was the 108th in major League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worce ...

                                               

2008–09 West Midlands (Regional) League

Season League West Midlands 2008-09 became the 109th player in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, W ...

                                               

2009–10 West Midlands (Regional) League

The 2009-10 League West Midlands was the 110th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire ...

                                               

2010–11 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the 2010-11 season the Leagues West Midlands was the 111th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, ...

                                               

2011–12 West Midlands (Regional) League

In 2011-12 West Midlands became the 112th player in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershi ...

                                               

2012–13 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the 2012-13 seasons League West Midlands was the 113th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Wor ...

                                               

2013–14 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the 2013-14 season of the League West Midlands was 114th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, W ...

                                               

2014–15 West Midlands (Regional) League

The 2014-15 season of the League Derby was the 115th in the history of the League, West Midlands, English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Wo ...

                                               

2015–16 West Midlands (Regional) League

The League season 2015-16 the West Midlands was 116th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcest ...

                                               

2016–17 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the season 2016-17 League West Midlands was 117th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worceste ...

                                               

2017–18 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the 2017-18 season, the West Midlands was the 118th in League history West Midlands, is an English Association football competition for semi-professional and Amateur teams based in the County of West Midlands, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worces ...

                                               

2018–19 West Midlands (Regional) League

In the 2018-19 League West Midlands was 119-m in League history West Midlands, a football competition in England, which was formed in 1889. The League consists of three divisions: the Prime division, see below, at 10 in the English system footbal ...

                                               

2019–20 West Midlands (Regional) League

Season 2019-20 League West Midlands was the 120th player in League history West Midlands, a football competition in England, which was formed in 1889. The League consists of three divisions: the Prime division, see below, at 10 in the English sys ...

                                               

1899–1900 Western Football League

The 1899-1900 season was the eighth in the history of the Western football League. Bristol Rovers were Champions of division, and also played in the southern League this season, along with all other members of the division. The division two Champ ...

                                               

1900–01 Western Football League

In the 1900-01 season was the ninth in the history of the Western football League. Portsmouth was the new first division Champions, and also played in the southern League this season, along with all other members of the division. New clubs from L ...

                                               

1901–02 Western Football League

In the 1901-02 season was the 10th in the history of the Western football League. As in the previous season, Portsmouth were Champions of division one, along with all the other members of the division, and also competed in the southern League thi ...

                                               

1902–03 Western Football League

In the 1902-03 season was the 11th in the history of the Western football League. As in the previous two seasons, Portsmouth were the Champions of division one, along with all the other members of the division, and also competed in the southern L ...

                                               

1903–04 Western Football League

In the 1903-04 season was the 12th in the history of the Western football League. Tottenham Hotspur were the Champions of the division for the first time, and together with all the other members of the division, and also competed in the southern ...

                                               

1904–05 Western Football League

The 1904-05 season was the 13th in the history of the Western football League. Plymouth Argyle were Champions of the division for the first time, and together with all the other members of the division, and also competed in the southern League th ...

                                               

1905–06 Western Football League

In the 1905-06 season was the 14th in the history of the Western football League. Queens Park Rangers were the Champions of the first division after finishing bottom of the League the previous season. Together with other members of the unit, they ...

                                               

1906–07 Western Football League

In the 1906-07 season was the 15th in the history of the Western football League. The Department was divided into two sections of six clubs, with the winner of each section play each other in the final match of the championship. Fulham won sectio ...

                                               

1907–08 Western Football League

In the 1907-08 season was the 16th in the history of the Western football League. The division continued to be divided into two sections of six clubs converted from the previous season, with the winner of each section play each other in the final ...

                                               

1908–09 Western Football League

In the 1908-09 season was the 17th in the history of the Western football League. Recently the Department was divided into two sections of six clubs, was reorganized from the previous season, with the winner of each section play each other in the ...

                                               

1928–29 Western Football League

In the 1928-29 season was the 32nd in the history of the Western football League. One Champions this season were Bristol Rovers reserves. The winners of the two divisions was the return of bath city reserves. There is no promotion or demotion bet ...

                                               

1929–30 Western Football League

In the 1929-30 season was the 33rd in the history of the Western football League. Division one Champions for the third time was Yeovil and Petters organization, after finishing bottom of the table last season. The previous seasons Champions, Bris ...

                                               

1930–31 Western Football League

In the season 1930-31 was the 34th in the history of the Western football League. Division one Champions for the first time in its history, was Exeter city reserves. The winners of the two divisions was the Portland organization. Again there was ...

                                               

1931–32 Western Football League

In the 1931-32 season was the 35th in the history of the Western football League. One Champions for the second time in its history had reserves Plymouth Argyle, although they left the League at the end of the season. The winners of the two divisi ...

                                               

1933–34 Western Football League

In the 1933-34 season was the 37th in the history of the Western football League. Division one Champions for the first time in its history was the city bath. The winners of the two divisions was Weymouth. Again there was a promotion or demotion b ...

                                               

1934–35 Western Football League

In the 1934-35 season was the 38th in the history of the Western football League. Division one Champions for the fourth time in its history was Yeovil and Petters organization. The winners of the two divisions was Swindon town reserves. Again the ...

                                               

1935–36 Western Football League

The 1935-36 season was the 39th in the history of the Western football League. One Champions for the third time in its history, Bristol Rovers reserves. The winners of the two divisions was Swindon towns reserves for the second season in a row. A ...

                                               

1936–37 Western Football League

In the 1936-37 season was the 40th in the history of the Western football League. One Champions for the fourth time in its history and the second consecutive year became Bristol Rovers reserves. The winners of the two divisions was Weymouth. Agai ...

                                               

1937–38 Western Football League

The 1937-38 season was the 41st in the history of the Western football League. One Champions for the fifth time in its history was the Bristol city reserves. The winners of the two divisions for the second season in a row was Weymouth. Again ther ...

                                               

1938–39 Western Football League

The 1938-39 season was the 42nd in the history of the Western football League. Division one Champions for the second time was Lovells athletic, after finishing bottom the previous season. The winners of the two divisions for the second season in ...

                                               

1939–40 Western Football League

The 1939-40 season was the 43rd in the history of the Western football League. After the outbreak of the Second world war in 1939, most of the teams left in the Western League, and he was reduced to a single division of the eleven clubs. Champion ...

                                               

1945–46 Western Football League

In the 1945-46 season was the 44th in the history of the Western football League. It was the first season in the Western League since it was suspended at the end of the 1939-40 season due to the Second world war. Champions for the fifth time in i ...

                                               

1946–47 Western Football League

In the 1946-47 season was the 45th in the history of the Western football League. The League was again split into two divisions for the first time since the 1938-39 season, with seventeen new clubs have joined. Champions for the second time in it ...

                                               

1947–48 Western Football League

In the 1947-48 season was the 46th in the history of the Western football League. Champions for the third time in its history and for the second year in a row was between Trowbridge town and the winners of the two divisions was a new club in Sali ...

                                               

1948–49 Western Football League

In the 1948-49 season was the 47th in the history of the Western football League. Champions for the first time in its history, Glastonbury, and the winners of the two divisions was a new club Chippenham organization.

                                               

1949–50 Western Football League

The 1949-50 season was the 48th in the history of the Western football League. It was the first and only season in the history of the Western League, in which it consisted of three divisions. Three divisions were created mostly from doubles exist ...

                                               

1950–51 Western Football League

In 1950-51, it was the season was the 49th in the history of the Western football League. Three divisions were cancelled after only one season, and the League went back to the previous two-division format. Champions for the second time in its his ...

                                               

1954–55 Western Football League

In the 1954-55 season was the 53rd in the history of the Western football League. Champions for the first time in its history, was of Dorchester in the city, and the winners of the two divisions was Yeovil town reserves.

                                               

1955–56 Western Football League

In the 1955-56 season was the 54th in the history of the Western football League. Champions for the fourth time in its history was the city, the courts, and the winners of the two divisions was the return of Torquay and the organization of reserves.

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