Perry Street and District League

The Perry Street and District League, commonly known as the Perry Street League, is a football competition based in the counties of Somerset, Dorset and Devon, England. The league was formed in 1903 by Charles Edward Small, the owner of the Perry Street Lace Works, who is commemorated by the three spools of lace depicted on the league's crest.

Today the league has a total of five divisions including the Perry Street League Premier Division. The Perry Street League is a member of the Joint Liaison Committee comprising the Somerset County League and other feeder leagues within the county. The Perry Street League is affiliated to the Somerset County FA.

South Petherton won the 2005–06 Premier Division title, a feat they repeated in 2006–07 and again in 2007–08. They finished second in the 2008-09 season as Crewkerne took the title, and second again in the 2009–10 to Lyme Regis. South Petherton again won the league in the 2010–11 season.

The fixtures and results can be found in the local Chard & Ilminster Newspaper, The Weekender and View From titles also offer extensive coverage reports and previews.

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