York Football League Division Two


York Football League Division Two

The York Football League Division Two is a football competition based in North Yorkshire, England, it is the third highest level in the York Football League system and lies at level 16 on the football pyramid.

For much of its history, this level of the York League was named "Division Three" until the top level of the York League was renamed as the "Premier Division", the leagues below it were all renamed to reflect this.

Current clubs

Champions

Below is an incomplete list of previous champions at the third level of York League football. The most common structure for the league was where it was split into two groups at the same level, hense the reason for two champions in some seasons. At times there were even three groups under the same league at this level.
*1909-10 Escrick Park
*1910-11 Melbourne AS
*1911-12 Clifton Church Institute
*1912-13 Bishopthorpe
*1913-14 South Bank
*1914-19 "Suspended due to World War I"
*1919-20 Central Mission
*1920-21 Huntington
*1921-22 Poppleton United
*1922-23 Model School OB
*1923-24 Clarence C&I / LMS Railway
*1924-25 Poppleton Road OB / Fulford United
*1925-26 Acomb AS / Church Fenton
*1926-27 Acomb AS / Tadcaster United
*1927-28 LNER P'way / RA Signals
*1928-29 Huntington Rovers / St Georges Wesleyans
*1929-30 Stamford Bridge
*1930-31 Huntington Rovers / Poppleton Road WMC
*1931-32 Acomb Carr Lane / Riccall United
*1932-33 Stamford Bridge / St Maurices
*1933-34 Heslington / Eborcraft
*1934-35 Crescent WMC / RAOC
*1935-36 Haxby Fellowship / Acomb
*1936-37 Pocklington
*1937-38 Clifton CI
*1938-39 Poppleton United / Cawood
*1939-46 "Suspended due to World War II"
*1946-47 Fulford Road WMC / Pocklington US
*1947-48 Huntington Rovers / RAF Rufforth
*1948-49 Cliftonville YC / C&W Nomads / INL
*1949-50 Clifton & Rawcliffe CA / South Bank / NMU
*1950-51 Pavilion Rangers / Poppleton SF / Groves Utd
*1951-52 Heslington / Knaresborough / Escrick Park
*1952-53 Cookes / RAF Church Fenton / Gleneagles
*1953-54 Fulford Road WMC / South Bank Reserves
*1954-55 Duncombe Park / Crayke
*1955-56 Wilberfoss Athletic / Haxby Reserves
*1956-57 Cliftonville Reserves / Mail Coach United
*1957-58 Yard Staff Reserves / LNER Builders
*1958-59 Easingwold Town / Crayke
*1959-60 Armstrong / Hammerton United
*1960-61 Selby St Mary's / NMU
*1961-62 Heworth / Haxby Reserves
*1962-63 Unicrux / Strensall
*1963-64 Ampleforth / Escrick Brick & Tile Works
*1964-65 Fulford United
*1965-66 Newton on Ouse
*1966-67 Wilberfoss Athletic
*1967-68 Heworth
*1968-69 Stillington
*1969-70 Old Malton St Mary's
*1970-71 FC Melrose
*1971-72 Post Office
*1972-73 Pocklington SC
*1973-74 Sheriff Hutton
*1974-75 St John's College
*1975-76 Moor Lane YC
*1976-77 Cawood
*1977-78 Kingsway
*1978-79 Water Lane YC
*1979-80 St John's College
*1980-81 Chapelfields YC
*1981-82 Dringhouses
*1982-83 Fulford United
*1983-84 Olympia Mills (Selby)
*1984-85 Selby Town Reserves
*2004-05 Heslington
*2005-06 Poppleton United
*2006-07 Osbaldwick
*2007-08 York Railway Institute

External links

* [http://www.yorkleague.co.uk/ Official Site]


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