Bristol Premier Combination


Bristol Premier Combination
Bristol Premier Combination
Countries  England
Founded 1957
Divisions 2
Number of teams 26
Levels on pyramid Levels 12 to 13
Feeder to Gloucestershire County League
Promotion to Gloucestershire County League
Relegation to Bristol and District League Senior Division
Current champions Mendip United
(2010-11)
Website Official Website - The FA.com

The Bristol Premier Combination is a football competition based in and around Bristol, England. The league is affiliated to the Gloucestershire County FA. It has two divisions, the Premier Division and Division One. The Premier Division sits at level 12 of the English football league system and is one of three feeders to the Gloucestershire County League. In turn, the Bristol Premier Combination is fed by the Bristol and District League.

The current champions are Mendip United, but they did not apply for promotion to the County League.

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History

The league was formed in 1957 and at one stage was known as the County of Avon Premier Combination.

Among the clubs that have have left the Bristol Premier Combination and now compete at a higher level are:

2011-12 Members

Premier Division

Division One

  • AEK Boco
  • Brimsham Green
  • Bristol Manor Farm Reseves
  • Frampton Athletic
  • Greyfriars Athletic
  • Henbury Reserves
  • Highridge United
  • Made For Ever
  • Old Sodbury
  • Oldland Abbotonians Reserves
  • Olveston United
  • Patchway Town Reserves
  • Seymour United
  • Shaftesbury Crusade[1]

Recent champions

Season Premier Division Division One
2003-04 Sea Mills Park Longshore
2004-05 Hallen Reserves Brimsham Green
2005-06 Hanham Athletic Chipping Sodbury Town
2006-07 Nicholas Wanderers Winterbourne United Reserves
2007-08 Chipping Sodbury Town Mendip United
2008-09 Mendip United Longwell Green Sports Reserves
2009-10 Longwell Green Sports Reserves Seymour United
2010-11 Mendip United Totterdown United

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References


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