Surrey Senior League

The Surrey Senior League was an English regional football league for teams based in Surrey although teams from outside the county were often admitted as well. The league existed from 1922 until 1978, when it was rebranded as the Home Counties League in an attempt to attract teams from a wider catchment area. After one season the league changed its name once again to the Combined Counties League, under which name it continues to operate to the present day. For three seasons between 1968 and 1971 the league had two divisions. The top division was called the Premier Division, the lower division was Division One.

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Surrey Senior League - Champions
... The champions of the league were as follows 1922–23 Egham 1923–24 Farnham United Breweries 1924–25 Farnham United Breweries 1925–26 Epsom Town 1926–27 Epsom Town 1927–28 ...
Addlestone & Weybridge Town F.C. - History
... In early 1892 the club was suspended by the Surrey FA for spectator hooliganism ... In season 1892–93 the club won the Surrey Village Competition ... the club had grown large enough to enter the North West Surrey League and with it entry into the Surrey Senior Cup where they were outclassed 9–0 by Weybridge F.C. ...

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