A certain number of the most successful clubs in each league can rise to a higher league, whilst those that finish the season at the bottom of their league can find themselves sinking down a level. Cirencester and District League Division One – 12 clubs Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League Division Two – 12 clubs West Sussex League Premier Division – 11 clubs Colchester and East Essex Football League Division One – 13 clubs East Riding County League Division One – 12 clubs Southampton Saturday League Senior Division One – 10 clubs Suffolk and Ipswich League Division Four – 13 clubs Humber Premier League Premier Division – 16 clubs The bottom team in each division plays a level 9 runner-up club in one-off matches, with the losing team from level 8 relegated to a level 9 division as appropriate. Lancashire Amateur League Division Four – 13 clubs Plymouth and West Devon Football League Division Three – 10 clubs Great Yarmouth & District Football League – 10 clubs Southern Combination League Premier Division – 20 clubs — 1–2p, 0–1r Dorset League Division Two – 12 clubs Trelawny League Championship – 13 clubs Alle Spiele und Live Ergebnisse des 30. Isle of Wight Saturday League Division One – 11 clubs Southern Combination League Division One – 16 clubs – 4p, 0–2r Central and South Norfolk League Division One – 12 clubs [2] There are also leagues in various parts of the country which are not officially part of the system as they do not have formal agreements with other leagues, but are recognised at various levels by county football associations. The English football league system, also known as the football pyramid, is a series of interconnected leagues for men's association football clubs in England, with five teams from Wales, one from Guernsey, one from Jersey and one from the Isle of Man also competing. Lancashire Amateur League Division One – 14 clubs Mid-Sussex Football League Division Two South – 10 clubs Leicestershire Senior League Division One – 16 clubs Northern Alliance Premier Division – 16 clubs If, after promotion and relegation, the number of teams in the divisions is not equal, one or more teams are transferred between the four divisions to even them up again. West Sussex League Division Four North – 11 clubs Mid-Sussex League Championship – 12 clubs Dorset League Senior Division – 14 clubs Surrey Elite Intermediate League – 16 clubs Weston-super-Mare and District Football League Division Two – 11 clubs Trowbridge & District League Division One – 12 clubs North East Combination League Division Two – 12 clubs Bristol and Suburban Association Football League Division Four – 12 clubs North Leicestershire League Division One – 10 clubs Help: This page serves to display overall, home, away, form and other Soccer tables relating to National League 2020/2021 which is sorted in England category of BetExplorer sports stats service. Dann werdet Mitglied!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYILEZVsSpgMg0zyjBaxxiA/joinHier geht es zum … Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division – 21 clubs — 1–2p, 0–1r Northern Premier League Premier Division, Southern Football League Central Division, Southern Football League South Division and Isthmian League Premier Division (level 7, 22 teams each, leagues running in parallel): The champions in each division are automatically promoted; next four teams in each division compete in playoffs, with the playoff winners also promoted. Lowestoft & District League Division One- 13 clubs The system consists of a pyramid of leagues, bound together by the principle of promotion and relegation. Hertford and District League Premier Division – 10 clubs Southern Counties East League Division One – 17 clubs – 4p, 0–1r West Sussex League Division Four South – 10 clubs North Berks Football League Division Four – 12 clubs, North Bucks and District League Division Two – 12 clubs Aylesbury and District League Premier Division – 9 clubs Southern Counties East League Premier Division – 21 clubs — 1–2p, 0–1r Bristol and Suburban Association Football League Division Two – 14 clubs Bristol and District League Senior Division – 14 clubs Below these, and split by region, the Northern Premier League and Southern Football League each have two parallel divisions of 20 teams (Level 8). United Counties League Division One – 20 clubs – 4p, 0–2r Hertford and District League Division Two – 11 clubs North West Norfolk League Division One – 10 clubs Cirencester and District League Division Two – 14 clubs Central Midlands League Division One Central - 10 clubs Kingston and District Football League Division One – 10 clubs Bristol and Suburban Association Football League Division Five – 12 clubs Somerset County League Division Three – 14 clubs South West Peninsula League Premier Division West – 20 clubs – 2p, 2r Eastern Counties Football League Premier Division – 20 clubs — 1–2p, 0–1r Brighton, Worthing & District League Division One – 11 clubs Bristol and Suburban Association League Division One – 14 clubs Harrogate and District League Premier Division – 12 clubs Oxfordshire Senior League Division One – 11 clubs Kent County League Division Three West – 14 clubs Essex Alliance League Division Two – 11 clubs 6x6. Thames Valley Premier League Division One – 11 clubs Gloucestershire County League – 16 clubs North Leicestershire League Division Three – 12 clubs West Sussex League Division Five North – 10 clubs Anglian Combination Division Two – 15 clubs Below the Premier League is the English Football League (EFL) (formerly 'the Football League'), which is divided into three divisions of 24 clubs each: The Championship (Level 2), League One (Level 3), and League Two (Level 4). Peterborough and District League Division Three – 15 clubs Middlesex County League Division Two – 12 clubs The twelve founding members were six from Lancashire (Accrington, Blackburn Rovers, Burnley, Bolton Wanderers, Everton and Preston North End) and six from the Midlands (Aston Villa, Derby County, Notts County, Stoke, West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers). Thames Valley Premier League Premier Division – 16 clubs U21 Premier League Division 1; Campionato Primavera 1; U19 Bundesliga; ... England Premier League; Championship. North Leicestershire League Division Two – 10 clubs West Yorkshire League Division One – 16 clubs North Gloucestershire League Division Three – 12 clubs Craven and District League Division Two – 14 clubs There are more than 140 individual leagues, containing more than 480 divisions.[1]. Banbury District and Lord Jersey FA Division Three – 12 clubs The leagues below level four are classed as "non-league football", meaning they are outside the EFL. North Riding League Premier Division – 16 clubs, Northamptonshire Combination League Premier Division – 16 clubs East Berkshire Football League Division Two – 10 clubs Midlands Regional Alliance Division Two – 11 clubs Liverpool Old Boys' League Division Four- 9 clubs Banbury District and Lord Jersey FA Division Two – 11 clubs Hellenic League Division Two East - 15 clubs This excludes some tournaments marked "Senior Cups", which often are competitions between teams representing top professional clubs in a given district, and may be little more than derbies, such as the Gloucestershire Cup, which originally included all teams in Gloucestershire, but then came to be contested as a Bristol derby. Northampton Town and District Football League Premier Division – 6 clubs Kent County League Division One West – 12 clubs However, some Sunday league clubs have been known to join pyramid leagues if they desire to progress higher. The average of quality and importance. Northern Counties East Football League Premier Division – 20 clubs — 3p, 0-1r, Northern League Division One – 20 clubs — 3p, 0-1r Kick-off Times; Kick-off times are converted to your local PC time. Lancashire Amateur League Premier Division – 12 clubs Essex and Suffolk Border League Division Two – 15 clubs Cambridgeshire Football Association County League Division Five A – 13 clubs Midland League Premier Division – 20 clubs — 1–2p, 0–1r At the lower levels the existence of leagues becomes intermittent, although in some of the more densely populated areas there are leagues more than twenty layers below the Premier League. The pyramid for women's football in England runs separately to nine tiers and some England-based men's clubs play outside the English football league system. Staffordshire County Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs 21 clubs – 2 promotions, 1 relegation[6], Northern Premier League Premier Division EFL Championship North East Combination League Division Three – 13 clubs 20 clubs – 2p, 0–1r, Isthmian League Division One North Eastern Counties League Division One North – 20 clubs – 4p, 0–2r Cambridgeshire Football Association County League Division Four A – 12 clubs Being members of a league at a particular level also affects eligibility for Cup, or single-elimination, competitions. However, two Welsh teams (Swansea City and Cardiff City) have since played in the league. Stroud and District League Division Six – 14 clubs, Central and South Norfolk League Division Four – 12 clubs, Stroud and District League Division Seven – 14 clubs, For details of changes made below the level of the English Football League, see, Promotion and relegation rules for the top eight levels, outside the English football league system, History of the English non-League football system, Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League, Surrey County Intermediate League (Western), Huddersfield and District Association League, Colchester and East Essex Football League, List of association football competitions, "EFL: Premier League B teams and 'non-English' clubs ruled out of league reforms", "English Football League cancels talks over 100-team plan for five divisions", "Pyramid restructuring: Everything we do is for the clubs, says NPL chief Mark Harris", https://northkentnonleague.co.uk/national-league-south-to-have-21-clubs, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=English_football_league_system&oldid=1014073825, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. The Premier League members are still often referred to as 'League' clubs because, before the establishment of the Premier League in 1992, the Football League, as it was called then, included all 92 clubs, in four divisions. North East Combination Saturday League Division Three – 13 clubs There are two divisions at Level 6, covering the north (National League North) and south (National League South), with 22 clubs each. Northampton Town and District Football League Division One – 4 clubs The Isthmian League has three parallel level 8 divisions of 20 teams each as well. Cheltenham League Division Three – 12 clubs Surrey South Eastern Combination Intermediate Division Two – 13 clubs Liverpool Premier League Premier Division – 16 clubs Hellenic Football League Division One West – 14 clubs – 4p, 0–2r Bristol & Suburban League Premier Division One – 13 clubs Many leagues have more than one division. What follows is a notional structure, based on which leagues promote and relegate to each other. Somerset County League Division Two – 14 clubs East Berkshire Football League Premier – 9 clubs Mid-Essex League Premier Division – 11 clubs Tabelle League Two 20/21 . Witney and District League Division One – 12 clubs As there are no official definitions of any level below 11, any references to the structure at level 12 and below should not be regarded as definitive. Yorkshire Amateur League Championship Division – 12 clubs, Aldershot & District League Division Two – 6 clubs Redhill and District Football League Division Two – 7 clubs Wearside League Division One – 16 clubs Devon and Exeter Football League Division Five – 13 clubs This page was last edited on 25 March 2021, at 01:04. In the case of the FA Cup and the FA Vase, some of the clubs in the lowest level in each do not compete. Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League Premier Division – 15 clubs Bristol and District League Division Two – 15 clubs In addition to sporting performance, promotion is usually contingent on meeting criteria set by the higher league, especially concerning appropriate facilities and finances. 49%: 1%: See all for Championship. Northern Alliance Division One – 16 clubs Sky Sports Football - Live games, scores, latest football news, transfers, results, fixtures and team news from the Premier to the Champions League. Liverpool Premier League Division One – 14 clubs West Sussex League Division One – 11 clubs South West Peninsula League Premier Division East – 20 clubs – 2p, 2r Mid-Somerset Football League Division Three – 14 clubs Duchy League Division Three – 13 clubs Win %, Loss % and more stats for 24 teams. Swindon & District League Premier Division – 9 clubs Wakefield and District League Division One – 11 clubs 24 clubs – 3 promotions, 4 relegations, EFL League Two All of the leagues have Premier Divisions of 22 teams (Level 7). Observe the Premier League standings in England category now and check the latest Premier League table, rankings and team performance. Yorkshire Amateur League Division Three – 11 clubs, Bristol and District League Division Three – 14 clubs For more information click here: The teams with the highest number of scored goals, The teams with the highest number of conceded goals, The team with the greatest number of cards, Top teams with the highest number of corners per match. Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs North Gloucestershire League Division Four – 12 clubs Essex Olympian League Senior Division Four – 14 clubs East Riding County League Premier Division – 12 clubs Essex Olympian League Senior Division Two – 12 clubs Duchy League Division Two – 12 clubs Suffolk and Ipswich League Division Three – 13 clubs North Devon League Premier Division – 16 clubs Cambridgeshire Football Association County League Division Three B – 14 clubs Essex Alliance League Division One – 11 clubs Cambridgeshire County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Yorkshire Amateur League Division Four – 12 clubs, Bournemouth Saturday League Premier Division – 6 clubs The system is only defined as far as level 11. Mid-Sussex Football League Division Five South – 10 clubs Duchy League Division One – 12 clubs South Devon Football League Premier Division – 14 clubs Yorkshire Amateur League Division Two – 12 clubs, Anglian Combination Division Five North – 15 clubs North Devon League Senior Division – 16 clubs Swindon & District League Division One – 10 clubs 62.3. Devon and Exeter Football League Division Seven – 12 clubs, Driffield and District League Premier Division – 9 clubs Banbury District and Lord Jersey FA Premier Division – 11 clubs Suffolk & Ipswich League Senior Division – 16 clubs Wessex League Premier Division – 20 clubs — 1–2p, 0–1r Yorkshire Amateur League Division Five – 12 clubs, Bournemouth Saturday League Division One – 11 clubs Crook and District League Division One – 8 clubs Western League Division One – 20 clubs – 4p, 0–2r, Anglian Combination Premier Division – 16 clubs Devon and Exeter Football League Division Three – 14 clubs Liverpool Old Boys' League Division Two – 10 clubs North Riding League Division One – 10 clubs Northern Football Alliance Development Division – 16 clubs North Berks League Division One – 11 clubs