Brighton, Hove & District Football League


Brighton, Hove & District Football League

The Brighton, Hove and District Football League is a football competition involving teams in and around Brighton and Hove, in England, United Kingdom. It was established in 1903 and amalagated in 1919. It has 5 divisions, headed by a Premier Division, with Divisions One to Four below that. There also used to be a Division Five, but this was disbanded in 2003. The winners of the Premier Division may apply for promotion to the Sussex County League Division Three, which would mean that the Premier Division sits at level 12 of the English football league system. However, officially, it is a step 7 (or level 11) league and it is part of the National League System.

In 2007-08, American Express won the Premier Division title, but did not apply for promotion.

Champions

Current members 2008/09

The current member clubs are as follows: [cite web|url=http://www.bhdfl.co.uk/fixtures/tables.html|title=League Tables|publisher=Brighton, Hove & District Football League|accessdate=2007-10-11]

Premier Division

*American Express
*Brighton Electricity
*Brighton North End
*Church of Christ the King
*Hanover
*Montpelier Villa
*O & G United
*Ovingdean
*Portslade Athletic
*Real Brunswick

Division One

*AFC Stanley
*Ampito
*Autopaints Brighton
*Coversure Athletic
*Hikers B.H.A.
*Midway
*Montpelier View
*Montpelier Villa II
*Rottingdean Village Reserves
*Southern Rangers Old Boys
*Teamstats.net

Division Two

*American Express II
*British School of Motoring
*Chailey
*Crew Club Sports
*Gardeners Arms
*Legal & General
*Portslade Rangers
*Ricardo
*Rottingdean Village II
*Seaford Town III
*The Windmill

Division Three

*Brighton Accident & Emergency
*Brighton Electricity II
*Falmer Falcons
*Goldstone
*Midway II
*Montpelier View II
*Newhaven White Hart
*Peacehaven Good Companions
*Portslade Athletic II
*Rottingdean Dynamos
*Southern Rangers Old Boys II

Division Four

*African, Carribbean & Asian Society
*Brighton Boys Brigade Old Boys
*Buckingham Arms
*Chailey II
*Montpelier Villa "A"
*P.H.S. United
*Preston Rovers
*Real Southwick
*Saltdean Sharks
*Stoneham Park
*Vista

References

External links

* [http://www.bhdfl.co.uk/ Official website]


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