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West Midlands (Regional) League

Season Champions
1962–63 Lockheed Leamington
1963–64 Tamworth
1964–65 Kidderminster Harriers

For the 1965–66 season the league reverted to a two-division format, now comprising the Premier Division and Division One.

Season Premier Division Division One
1965–66 Tamworth Wrockwardine Wood
1966–67 Boston United Tamworth Reserves
1967–68 Boston United Warley
1968–69 Kidderminster Harriers Wrockwardine Wood
1969–70 Kidderminster Harriers Warley County Borough
1970–71 Kidderminster Harriers Brereton Social
1971–72 Tamworth Warley County Borough
1972–73 Bilston Tividale
1973–74 Alvechurch Armitage
1974–75 Alvechurch Staffordshire Police
1975–76 Alvechurch Willenhall Town

For the 1976–77 season Division One was split into 'A' and 'B' sections.

Season Premier Division Division One (A) Division One (B)
1976–77 Alvechurch Wednesfield Social Wolverhampton United

For the 1977–78 season Division One (A) and Division One (B) were re-organised into Division One and Division Two.

Season Premier Division Division One Division Two
1977–78 Hednesford Town Chasetown Worcester City Reserves
1978–79 Willenhall Town Shifnal Town Ludlow Town
1979–80 Sutton Coldfield Town Rushall Olympic Brewood
1980–81 Shifnal Town Oldswinford Bromsgrove Rovers Reserves
1981–82 Shifnal Town Atherstone United GKN Sankey
1982–83 Halesowen Town Brewood Great Wyrley
1983–84 Halesowen Town Tipton Town Halesowen Town Reserves
1984–85 Halesowen Town Harrisons Halesowen Harriers
1985–86 Halesowen Town Halesowen Harriers Springvale-Tranco
1986–87 Atherstone United Westfields Donnington Wood
1987–88 Tamworth Rocester Hinton
1988–89 Blakenall Newport Town Broseley Athletic
1989–90 Hinckley Town Darlaston Hill Top Rangers
1990–91 Gresley Rovers Cradley Town Clancey Dudley
1991–92 Gresley Rovers Ilkeston Town K Chell
1992–93 Oldbury United Knypersley Victoria Rushall Olympic Reserves

For the 1993–94 season Division Two was discontinued.

Season Premier Division Division One
1993–94 Ilkeston Town Stafford Town
1994–95 Pelsall Villa Wolverhampton Casuals
1995–96 Wednesfield Goodyear

For the 1996–97 season Division One was split into two regional sections.

Season Premier Division Division One (North) Division One (South)
1996–97 Wednesfield Great Wyrley Kington Town
1997–98 Lye Town Bandon Smethwick Rangers
1998–99 Kington Town Heath Hayes Wellington
1999–2000 Stafford Town Shawbury United Bromyard Town
2000–01 Ludlow Town Wolverhampton United Ledbury Town
2001–02 Causeway United Ounsdale Sedgley White Lions
2002–03 Westfields Newport Town Bewdley Town
2003–04 Malvern Town Goodrich Gornal Athletic

For the 2004–05 season Division One (North) and Division One (South) were re-organised back into Division One and Division Two.

Season Premier Division Division One Division Two
2004–05 Tipton Town Great Wyrley Parkfields Leisure
2005–06 Market Drayton Town Ellesmere Rangers AFC Wulfrunians
2006–07 Shifnal Town Darlaston Town Heath Town Rangers
2007–08 Bridgnorth Town Birchills United Wellington Amateurs
2008–09 AFC Wulfrunians Wellington Amateurs Hanwood United
2009–10 Ellesmere Rangers Wellington Amateurs Black Country Rangers
2010–11 Tividale Black Country Rangers Malvern Rangers
2011–12 Gornal Athletic Wellington Amateurs Haughmond

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