2003–04 Spartan South Midlands Football League

The 2003–04 Spartan South Midlands Football League season is the 7th in the history of Spartan South Midlands Football League a football competition in England.

Premier DivisionEdit

Spartan South Midlands
Football League
Premier Division
Season2003–04
ChampionsBeaconsfield SYCOB
PromotedBeaconsfield SYCOB
Matches played342
Goals scored1,196 (3.5 per match)

The Premier Division featured 17 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with two clubs, promoted from Division One:

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion
1 Beaconsfield SYCOB 36 27 7 2 95 21 +74 88 Promoted to the Southern Football League
2 Brook House 36 26 2 8 82 35 +47 80 Transferred to the Isthmian League
3 St Margaretsbury 36 24 5 7 66 29 +37 77
4 Potters Bar Town 36 22 8 6 86 35 +51 74
5 Harefield United 36 22 5 9 87 50 +37 71
6 Hanwell Town 36 22 4 10 86 49 +37 70
7 London Colney 36 18 6 12 76 48 +28 60
8 Greenacres 36 16 6 14 77 78 −1 54 Resigned from the league
9 Leverstock Green 36 14 7 15 54 55 −1 49
10 Ruislip Manor 36 14 6 16 60 62 −2 48
11 Hoddesdon Town 36 13 7 16 53 53 0 46
12 Hillingdon Borough 36 13 7 16 56 67 −11 46
13 Royston Town 36 11 7 18 63 78 −15 40
14 Harpenden Town 36 9 9 18 47 81 −34 36
15 Biggleswade Town 36 9 8 19 56 82 −26 35
16 Broxbourne Borough V&E 36 9 3 24 36 93 −57 30
17 Bedford United & Valerio 36 6 6 24 32 84 −52 24
18 Haringey Borough 36 5 7 24 43 90 −47 22
19 Holmer Green 36 5 4 27 41 106 −65 19
Source: fchd
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

Division OneEdit

Spartan South Midlands
Football League
Division One
Season2003–04
ChampionsHaywood United
PromotedHaywood United
Langford
Tring Athletic
Welwyn Garden City
Matches played306
Goals scored1,018 (3.33 per match)

Division One featured 16 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with two new clubs:

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Haywood United 34 23 7 4 91 32 +59 76 Promoted to the Premier Division
2 Langford 34 21 6 7 92 43 +49 69
3 Welwyn Garden City 34 19 9 6 62 26 +36 66
4 Tring Athletic 34 19 6 9 67 37 +30 63
5 Buckingham Athletic 34 18 7 9 67 38 +29 61
6 Colney Heath 34 17 6 11 66 54 +12 57
7 Cockfosters 34 17 5 12 63 56 +7 56
8 Biggleswade United 34 16 7 11 55 50 +5 55
9 Sun Postal Sports 34 14 5 15 64 62 +2 47
10 Brimsdown Rovers 34 13 8 13 53 56 −3 47
11 Stony Stratford Town 34 13 5 16 57 64 −7 44
12 Kings Langley 34 8 14 12 42 64 −22 38 Demoted to Division Two
13 Brache Sparta 34 9 8 17 52 69 −17 35
14 Pitstone & Ivinghoe United 34 9 6 19 40 60 −20 33 Demoted to Division Two
15 The 61 34 8 8 18 32 59 −27 32
16 New Bradwell St Peter 34 8 6 20 41 79 −38 30
17 Shillington 34 8 2 24 40 84 −44 26
18 Ampthill Town 34 7 3 24 34 85 −51 24
Source: fchd
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

Division TwoEdit

Spartan South Midlands
Football League
Division Two
Season2003–04
ChampionsOld Dunstablians
PromotedWinslow United
Arlesey Athletic
Cranfield United
Kentish Town
Amersham Town
Matches played272
Goals scored1,064 (3.91 per match)

Division Two featured 13 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with four new clubs:

Also, Padbury United changed name to Padbury B T F C.

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion
1 Old Dunstablians 32 27 3 2 108 23 +85 84
2 Winslow United 32 23 3 6 90 43 +47 72 Promoted to Division One
3 Arlesey Athletic 32 21 2 9 84 48 +36 65
4 Risborough Rangers 32 19 7 6 75 28 +47 64
5 Abbey National 32 16 4 12 69 56 +13 52
6 Crawley Green 32 15 4 13 75 60 +15 49
7 Cranfield United 32 14 4 14 61 59 +2 46 Promoted to Division One
8 Kent Athletic 32 13 6 13 55 46 +9 45
9 Padbury B T F C 32 13 6 13 63 56 +7 45
10 Kentish Town 32 13 6 13 68 68 0 45 Promoted to Division One
11 Mursley United 32 13 4 15 60 73 −13 43
12 Caddington 32 8 11 13 53 72 −19 35
13 Totternhoe 32 9 6 17 42 73 −31 33
14 Markyate 32 6 10 16 35 54 −19 28
15 Flamstead 32 6 6 20 42 78 −36 24
16 Amersham Town 32 9 1 22 47 94 −47 16[a] Promoted to Division One
17 Old Bradwell United 32 3 5 24 37 133 −96 14
Source: fchd
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
Notes:
  1. ^ Amersham Town deducted 12 points.

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