Constitution for 2017/18 Suburban Football League confirmed

Binfield FC's Mo Davies. Photo: James Green.



Binfield FC's Mo Davies. Photo: James Green.


The Suburban Football League constitution for the 2017/18 season was rubber-stamped on Wednesday night with 10 new sides elected in to the highly regarded reserve league setup.

Binfield, strong finishers last season with a fifth placed position in the Premier Division sit amongst the South Easts top reserve sides with reigning champions Corinthian Casuals and runners up Boreham Wood all returning to a 15 strong line up – one more than 16/17.

In Division 1 Central it’s Bracknell Town, Ascot United and Eversley & California who line up against the likes of new additions Flackwell Heath, Hartley Wintney and Abbey Rangers.

Bracknell were beaten 4-1 by Premier Division Met Police in the Shield Final last season but managed a fifth place finish while Ascot finished fourth and Eversley sixth.

Here’s the full ratified constitution for 2017/18:

Suburban League Premier Division

  • Binfield
  • Boreham Wood
  • Corinthian
  • Corinthian Casuals
  • Cray Wanderers (P)
  • Knaphill
  • Leatherhead
  • Maidenhead United
  • Met Police
  • Royston Town
  • Tonbridge Angels
  • Tring Athletic
  • Uxbridge
  • Walton & Hersham
  • Woking

Suburban League Central Division

Dan Roberts celebrates scoring for Bracknell Town FC. Photo: Neil Graham.
Dan Roberts celebrates scoring for Bracknell Town FC. Photo: Neil Graham.
  • Abbey Rangers (new)
  • Ascot United
  • Bracknell Town
  • Dunstable Town
  • Eversley & California
  • Farnham Town
  • Flackwell Heath (new)
  • Frimley Green (new)
  • Harefield United (new)
  • Hartley Wintney (new)
  • Molesey
  • Westfield

Suburban League South Division

  • Chatham Town (new)
  • Croydon (new)
  • Dorking Wanderers (new)
  • Erith Town
  • Erith & Belvedere (new)
  • Horley Town
  • Lingfield
  • Redhill
  • SC Thamesmead (new)
  • Sutton United
  • Tunbridge Wells

Main image: Binfield Reserves Mo Davies by James Green.

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