North Leicestershire Football League

North Leicestershire Football League

The North Leicestershire League is a football competition based in Leicestershire, England. This league was established in 1931 and was formerly known as the Loughborough and District Amateur Football Alliance. It has a total of five divisions, the highest of which, the Premier Division, is a feeder to the Leicestershire Senior League. Each division has a different sponsor.



Season Premier Division Division One Division Two Division Three Division Four
1989-90 Ravenstone Wheatsheaf Grace Dieu United Reserves Ellistown Colliery Reserves Soar Valley Swifts
1990-91 Wheatsheaf Grace Dieu United Reserves Schlegel UK Loughborough Dynamo "A" Schlegel UK Reserves
1991-92 Hillside Rangers Loughborough Town Shepshed Amateurs Blackbird Reserves Loughborough Town Reserves
1992-93 Ingles Three Horse Shoes Loughborough Dynamo "A" Coalville Old Edwardians Reserves Groby
1993-94 Hillside Rangers West End United Charnwood Sportsmen Loughborough Town Reserves Rockhouse Rovers
1994-95 Ashby Ivanhoe Hathern Three Crowns Loughborough Town Reserves East Leake Albion Shepshed Amateurs Reserves
1995-96 Ingles Woodhouse Imperial Ashby Ivanhoe Reserves Measham Imperial Reserves Hathern Three Crowns Reserves
1996-97 Ashby Ivanhoe Ashby Ivanhoe Reserves Markfield Red Lion Shelthorpe Kings Church Peggs Green Reserves
1997-98 Hillside Rangers Ashby Ivanhoe Reserves Measham Imperial Groby Crown & Cushion
1998-99 Ashby Ivanhoe Measham Imperial Shelthorpe Kings Church Dynamo Roshal Azzurri
1999-00 Hathern Shelthorpe Kings Church Peggs Green Azzurri FC Ricks
2000-01 Sileby United WMC Kegworth Town Ravenstone FC Ricks East Leake Villa
2001-02 Hathern Azzurri Astrazeneca R&D Charnwood East Leake Villa Peacock United
2002-03 Ashby Ivanhoe New Inn Woodville East Leake Villa Newbold Jubilee Sileby United WMC Reserves
2003-04 Hathern Dynamo Roshal Sileby Saints Sutton Bonington Anstey Town 'A'
2004-05 Hathern Sileby Saints Loughborough Dynamo 'A' The Railway Lithuanian-Scandinavian
2005-06 Hathern Genesis Radmoor Lithuanian-Scandinavian 3M Loughborough
2006-07 Sileby Saints Radmoor Newbold Jubilee Kegworth Imperial Ingles Reserves
2007-08 FC Dynamo Caterpillar Whitwick Wanderers The Railway EWM ATI Garryson Reserves
2008-09 Melton Mowbray Building Society Falcons Birstall Old Boys Ingles Reserves Whitwick Wanderers Reserves
2009-10 Caterpillar Birstall Old Boys Bagworth Colliery Greenhill Youth Centre Markfield 'A'
2010-11 Sileby Saints East Leake Athletic Greenhill Youth Centre Coalville Labour Club Shepshed Amateurs Reserves

Member clubs 2011–12

East Goscote Plumbers Premier Division

  • Anstey Crown
  • Anstey Town
  • Birstall Old Boys
  • East Leake Athletic
  • Falcons
  • Genesis
  • Ingles
  • Kegworth Imperial
  • Loughborough Town
  • Markfield
  • Shepshed Amateurs
  • Sileby Victoria
  • Whitwick Division One

  • Butler Court
  • Cento
  • Greenhill Youth Club
  • Ingles Reserves
  • Loughborough
  • Loughborough Athletic
  • Ravenstone United
  • Sutton Bonington
  • Sutton Bonington Academicals
  • Whitwick United
  • Woodhouse Imperial

Hex Holdings Limited Division Two

  • ATI Garryson
  • Belton Villa
  • Castle Donington
  • East Leake Athletic Reserves
  • Loughborough Reserves
  • Markfield Reserves
  • Ravenstone United Reserves
  • Sileby Saints Reserves
  • Thringstone Miners Welfare
  • Thurmaston Rangers

Windmill Trophies Division Three

  • Ferrari
  • Genesis Reserves
  • Loughborough Emmanuel
  • Loughborough Galaxy
  • Loughborough United
  • Measham Imperial
  • Shepshed Amateurs Reserves
  • Sileby Victoria Reserves
  • Victoria
  • Woodhouse Imperial Reserves

Templetown Canopies Division Four

  • Anstey Crown Reserves
  • ATI Garryson Reserves
  • Birstall Old Boys Reserves
  • Greenhill Youth Club Reserves
  • Kegworth Imperial Reserves
  • Loughborough Athletic Reserves
  • Loughborough United Reserves
  • Mountsorrel
  • Shelthorpe
  • Sutton Bonington Reserves


The league runs two cup competitions, the Cobbin Trophy and the Bonser Trophy. The Cobbin Trophy is open to all first teams, whilst the Bonser Trophy is for reserve and 'A' teams.

Previous winners

Season Cobbin Trophy Bonser Trophy
1980-1 Markfield Rovers Belton Villa Reserves
1981-2 Ingles Belton Villa Reserves
1982-3 Thorpe Acre Lodge Farm YC Reserves
1983-4 Lodge Farm YC Thorpe Acre Reserves
1984-5 Lodge Farm YC Lodge Farm YC Reserves
1985-6 Lodge Farm YC Lodge Farm YC Reserves
1986-7 Lodge Farm YC Belton Villa Reserves
1987-8 Shepshed Athletic Lodge Farm YC Reserves
1988-9 Grace Dieu United Lodge Farm YC Reserves
1989-0 Ravenstone Belton Villa Reserves
1990-1 Wheatsheaf Grace Dieu United Reserves
1991-2 Belton Villa Ashby Ivanhoe Reserves
1992-3 Hillside Rangers Ashby Ivanhoe Reserves
1993-4 Ingles Ingles Reserves
1994-5 Ingles West End United Reserves
1995-6 Hillside Rangers Loughborough Town Reserves
1996-7 Ashby Ivanhoe Peggs Green Reserves
1997-8 Ingles Loughborough Dynamo "A"
1998-9 Woodhouse Imperial Birstall Old Boys Reserves
1999-0 Woodhouse Imperial Thurmaston Rangers Reserves
2000-1 Hathern Birstal Old Boys Reserves
2001-2 Loughborough Towers Ashby Ivanhoe Reserves
2002-3 - Ashby Ivanhoe Reserves
2003-4 Hathern Hathern Reserves
2004-5 Gresley Miners Arms Hathern Reserves
2005-6 Sileby Saints Loughborough Dynamo "A"
2006-7 Sileby Saints The Railway Reserves
2007-8 Sileby Saints ATI Garryson Reserves

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