Non-league football

Non-League English Football

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Non-League Football describes English Football Leagues who play outside the Top Four Leagues. They are placed from Tier 5 to Tier 11 on the English Football Pyramid System. English Non-leagues football clubs can be semi-professional or amateur. View here English Non-League Football statistics and history  from Ranking, Football Association Trophy and Vase, Football Conference League, Northern League, Southern League, Southern Football League, Isthmian League, Northern Premier League, Football Alliance and Western Football League.

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Non-League Competitions and Rank

Football Conference

Southern Football League

Isthmian League

Northern Premier League

 

General Non-League

Football Conference

The Northern Premier League (NPL) was founded in 1968 as the northern equivalent of the Southern League and Isthmian League.Over the next two decades the NPL become the pre-eminent regional competition in Northern England.In 1979, upon the creation of the Alliance Premier League, the NPL became a feeder league and fell down one level in the English football league system. It now feeds into the Football Conference North. The 68 clubs which participate in the Northern Premier League are split into three Divisions: Premier League, NPL Division One North and NPL Division One South.

 

Southern Football League

A competition for both professional and amateur Southern clubs was founded in 1894 under the initiative of Millwall Athletic. The Southern League, currently known as the Evo-Stik League South under the terms of a sponsorship agreement with Bostik Ltd. Read More

Isthmian League

The Isthmian League was formed in 1905 as the first League for Amateur clubs. By the 1970s it was open to professional clubs and today, along with the Southern League, it is a feeder for the Football Conference South.
The 72 clubs which participate in the Isthmian League are split into three Divisions: Premier League, Division One North & Division One South.

Northern Premier League

The Northern Premier League (NPL) was founded in 1968 as the northern equivalent of the Southern League and Isthmian League.Over the next two decades the NPL become the pre-eminent regional competition in Northern England.In 1979, upon the creation of the Alliance Premier League, the NPL became a feeder league and fell down one level in the English football league system. It now feeds into the Football Conference North. The 68 clubs which participate in the Northern Premier League are split into three Divisions: Premier League, NPL Division One North and NPL Division One South.

 

 

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