Hampshire Premier League

The Hampshire Premier League is a football competition based in Hampshire, England. The league was formed in 2007[1] and currently consists of a 'Senior Division' of 16 teams, most of which were previously members of the disbanded Division 2 of the Wessex League, and a Division One of 12 teams. The league is currently actively seeking a new sponsor.

Hampshire Premier League
Level on pyramidLevel 11
Feeder toWessex League
Relegation toAldershot & District League
Basingstoke and District Football League
Isle of Wight League
Southampton Saturday Football League
Domestic cup(s)FA Cup
FA Vase
Hampshire Trophy
Hampshire Premier League Senior Cup

In May 2008 it was announced that the league was in talks with the Hampshire League 2004 about merging the two leagues into a new competition which it was hoped would officially gain Step 7 status,[2] and although the merger did not take place, the status of the Hampshire Premier League at Step 7 of the National League System (or level 11 of the overall English football league system) was confirmed by The Football Association on 15 May 2008.[3] The Hampshire League then appealed to the FA, claiming it should gain similar status, but the appeal was rejected.[4]

The Hampshire League 2004 was dissolved at the end of the 2012-13 season, with the majority of the teams joining the newly created Division One of the Hampshire Premier League.[5]

Member clubs 2019-20

The constitution for season 2019-20 was ratified at the league's AGM, and is as follows:

Senior Division

Division One

  • AFC Petersfield
  • Andover New Street Swifts
  • Broughton
  • Denmead
  • Headley United
  • Kingsclere
  • Michelmersh & Timsbury
  • Moneyfields Reserves
  • Netley Central Sports
  • Queen's Keep Southampton
  • South Wonston Swifts
  • Upham

List of champions

Season Senior Division Champions Division One Champions League Cup Winners
2007–08 [6] AFC Stoneham N/A Team Solent
2008–09 [6] Colden Common N/A Paulsgrove
2009–10 [6] Colden Common N/A AFC Stoneham
2010–11 [6] Liphook United N/A Team Solent
2011–12 [7] Liphook United N/A Liphook United
2012–13 [8] Locks Heath N/A Colden Common
2013–14 [9][10] Baffins Milton Rovers Bush Hill Baffins Milton Rovers
2014–15 [11][12] Hamble Club Infinity AFC Stoneham
2015–16 [13] Baffins Milton Rovers Andover Lions Hamble Club
2016–17 [14] Bush Hill Four Marks Hayling United
2017–18 [15] Paulsgrove Netley Central Sports Sway
2018-19 Bush Hill Lyndhurst Infinity


  1. Official website Archived 2007-09-07 at the Wayback Machine
  2. "Moss signs off at Newbury in style". Non-League Today. 2008-05-04.
  3. Announcement on FA website
  4. "FA Veto for Clacton's Step 6 Bid". Non-League Today. 2008-07-27.
  5. "Football Club History Database - Hampshire League 2004". fchd.info. Retrieved 2016-10-30.
  6. "Hampshire Premier League History". pehfl.non-league.org. Hampshire Premier League. Retrieved 2016-10-29.
  7. "Hampshire Premier Football League 2011-12". full-time.thefa.com. The FA. Retrieved 2016-10-29.
  8. "Hampshire Premier Football League 2012-13". full-time.thefa.com. The FA. Retrieved 2016-10-29.
  9. "Hampshire Premier Football League 2013-14". full-time.thefa.com. The FA. Retrieved 2016-10-29.
  10. "Football Club History Database - Hampshire Premier League 2013-14". fchd.info. Retrieved 2016-10-30.
  11. "Hampshire Premier Football League 2014-15". full-time.thefa.com. The FA. Retrieved 2016-10-29.
  12. "Football Club History Database - Hampshire Premier League 2014-15". fchd.info. Retrieved 2016-10-30.
  13. "Hampshire Premier Football League 2015-16". full-time.thefa.com. The FA. Retrieved 2016-10-29.
  14. "Hampshire Premier Football League". full-time.thefa.com. Retrieved 2017-04-20.
  15. "Hampshire Premier Football League". full-time.thefa.com. Retrieved 2017-05-14.

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