Bromley and District Football League
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|League cup(s)||Ashgrove Trophy|
Junior Challenge Cup
Ron Pope Cup
The Bromley and District Football League was a football competition based in England. It was founded in 1896 and had in its last season 2016/17 a total of 2 divisions with 20 teams. The league was not part of the English football league system as it was not a feeder league within the football pyramid. However, clubs could transfer from the league into the football pyramid by becoming semi-professional and applying to join the Kent County Football League.
In 2017 it merged with the South London Football Alliance to form the Bromley and South London League.
The league was affiliated to the London Football Association and Kent County Football Association.
Member clubs 2016-17
The league's member clubs in its last season were as follows:
Recent divisional champions
|Season||Senior Division||Division One||Division Two|
|2004-05||New Bromleians||University of Greenwich||South East Athletic|
|2005-06||Erith 147||Old Addeyans Reserves||AFC Mottingham Reserves|
|2006-07||Blackheath United||OPK Inferno||Biggin Hill|
|2007-08||University of Greenwich||Erith 147 Reserves||Ex-Blues Reserves|
|2008-09||AFC Mottingham||Catford Exiles||AFC Heathfield|
|2009-10||North Kent||University of Greenwich||Chislehurst Dynamoes|
|2010-11||North Kent||Old Addeyans||AFC Bromley|
|2011-12||South East Athletic||Dulwich Town||Crofton Albion Reserves|
|2012-13||Old Addeyans||Addiscombe Athletic||Lee Athletic|
At the end of the 2012-13 season, Division Two was scrapped.
|Season||Premier Division||Division One|
|2013-14||Welling Park||Eden Park Rangers|
|2014-15||South East Athletic||Beaverwood Sports|
|2015-16||Baldon Sports||Dulwich Village Reserves|
|2016-17||Centresports FC||River Plate|
Other London and Kent Leagues
Main index: Affiliated Leagues in London
There are a number of other leagues that are affiliated to the London Football Association.
Main index: Affiliated Leagues in Kent
There are a number of other leagues that are affiliated to the Kent County Football Association.
- "Bromley and District Football League - FA Full Time". Retrieved 2018-09-09.
- "Bromley and District Football League - Mitoo". Archived from the original on 2012-03-14. Retrieved 2011-07-11. Unknown parameter
- Bromley and District Football League Official Website[permanent dead link]
- Bromley and District Football League - Mitoo
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