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How the Hellenic League Division One East and West could line up next season

34 teams should start the 2019/20 season across Division One East and West

How the Hellenic League Division One East and West could line up next season

With the promotion of four clubs from the Hellenic League Division Two East and Division Two West on Tuesday, the constitution’s of the competitions two step 6 division’s are looking pleasingly packed.

What is more, it is currently believed that the top four teams from each division will be promoted at the end of the season to fill the new step 5 division’s to be created in the summer of 2020.

There are, subject to last minute changes, set to be 16 teams in Division One West and 18 teams in Division One East. The last time there was anything approaching this number was the 2011/12 season when there were 16 teams in the East and 17 in the West.

With that in mind, our friends at FACupFactFile on twitter have listed the expected line ups for both divisions next season. These constitutions are subject to confirmation at the Hellenic League’s AGM at the end of June.

Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East

  • Abingdon Town
  • Abingdon United
  • AFC Aldermaston
  • Chalvey Sports
  • Chinnor
  • Didcot Development
  • Holyport
  • Kidlington Development
  • Langley
  • Long Crendon
  • Marlow United
  • Milton United
  • Penn & Tylers Green
  • Risborough Rangers
  • Thame Rangers
  • Wallingford Town
  • Wokingham & Emm
  • Woodley United

Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One West

  • Bourton Rovers
  • Cheltenham Saracens
  • Cirencester Town Development
  • Clanfield 85
  • Hereford Lads Club
  • Malmesbury Victoria
  • Malvern Town
  • Moreton Rangers
  • New College Swindon
  • Newent Town
  • Pegasus Juniors
  • Shortwood United
  • Stonehouse Town
  • Thornbury Town
  • Tytherington Rocks
  • Wellington

All the latest transfer news ahead of the 2019/20 season is here. Keep up with all the pre season fixtures in Berkshire here.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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