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Mid Herts Football League

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The Mid-Herts Football League was a football competition based in England. It had two divisions including the Mid-Hertfordshire League Premier Division, which sat at level 13 of the English football league system. It was a feeder to the Hertfordshire Senior County League.

In the summer of 2006 the league merged with the North Hertfordshire League to form the new North & Mid-Herts Football League. [1]

Member clubs 2005/06 (final season of operation)

  • Premier Division
  • Park Street Village | Clannad Celtic | Colney Heath 'A' | Harpenden Rovers 'A' | Hatfield Road | Kings Sports Reserves | London Colney 'A' | New Greens | Redbourn

  • Division One
  • Global | Hadley 'B' | Harpenden Rovers 'B' | IFK Buttles | Inn On The Green | KCM | Lemsford 'A' | London Colney Village | Oak Tree | Park Street Village Reserves | RCD Harpenden | St Albans Wanderers

    References

    Mid-Herts Football League Wikipedia


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