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Encyclopedia > Isthmian League Premier Division

The Premier Division is the top division of the Isthmian League. It was at the sixth tier of the English football league system from 1985-2004 but is now at the seventh tier. For sponsorship reasons, it is often referred to as the Ryman League Premier Division.


The division is run in parallel with the Premier Divisions of the Northern Premier League and the Southern League. The winners of each league are promoted to either the Conference North or Conference South divisions, while the runners up enter a play-off, also offering the possibility of promotion. Clubs relegated from the Premier Division will drop to the Isthmian League First Division or potentially into the Southern League Division One East depending on their location.


Prior to the 2004-2005 season, the division winners were promoted to the Football Conference (along with the Northern Premier League and Southern League winners), while the lowest placed teams were in recent seasons relegated to either the Isthmian League Division One North or the Isthmian League Division One South.


Current Clubs

  • Billericay Town
  • Braintree Town
  • Chelmsford City
  • Cheshunt
  • Dover Athletic
  • Eastleigh
  • Folkestone Invicta
  • Harrow Borough
  • Hendon
  • Heybridge Swifts
  • Kingstonian
  • Hampton & Richmond Borough
  • Leyton
  • Northwood
  • Salisbury City
  • Staines Town
  • Slough Town
  • Tonbridge Angels
  • Wealdstone
  • Windsor & Eton
  • Worthing
  • Yeading

Football in England

League competitions

The FA

Cup competitions

FA Premier League FA Cup
The Football League (Champ, 1, 2) England
team
League Cup
Football Conference (Nat, N, S) FA Community Shield
Northern Premier League (Prem, 1) List of
clubs
Football League Trophy
Southern League (Prem, 1W, 1E) FA Trophy
Isthmian League (Prem, 1, 2) Records FA Vase
English football league system FA NLS Cup

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Isthmian League Premier Division - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (274 words)
The division is run in parallel with the Premier Divisions of the Northern Premier League and the Southern League.
From 1973-74, and the introduction of the Isthmian League Second Division, till 1976-77, this league was actually named the 'Isthmian League First Division'; it was rebranded the Premiership upon the introduction of a third layer to the Isthmian League
Prior to the 2004-2005 season, the division winners were promoted to the Football Conference (along with the Northern Premier League and Southern League winners), while the lowest placed teams were in recent seasons relegated to either the Isthmian League Division One North or the Isthmian League Division One South.
Southern Football League Premier Division - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (257 words)
The Southern Football League Premier Division is a football league covering central and south western England.
At the end of each season, the winners of the Premier Division (Salisbury City in 2006) are promoted to either Conference North or Conference South, together with the winners of a series of playoffs between the 2nd to 5th placed teams (Bedford Town in 2006).
The division is at the same level as the Northern Premier League Premier Division and the Isthmian League Premier Division.
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