2011–12 Spartan South Midlands Football League

The 2011–12 Spartan South Midlands Football League season is the 15th in the history of Spartan South Midlands Football League a football competition in England.

Premier DivisionEdit

Spartan South Midlands
Football League
Premier Division
Season2011–12
ChampionsRoyston Town
PromotedRoyston Town
Matches played462
Goals scored1,676 (3.63 per match)

The Premier Division featured 20 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with two clubs promoted from Division One:

Also, Kingsbury London Tigers changed name to London Tigers.

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion
1 Royston Town 42 34 2 6 125 44 +81 104 Promoted to the Southern Football League
2 Dunstable Town 42 31 6 5 132 51 +81 99
3 AFC Dunstable 42 29 5 8 103 43 +60 92
4 Aylesbury United 42 25 5 12 96 58 +38 80
5 Haringey Borough 42 24 7 11 103 68 +35 79
6 Tring Athletic 42 22 9 11 75 54 +21 75
7 Berkhamsted 42 20 6 16 87 71 +16 66
8 Colney Heath 42 20 6 16 79 70 +9 66
9 Stotfold 42 17 10 15 60 63 −3 61
10 Hillingdon Borough 42 16 11 15 63 53 +10 59
11 Leverstock Green 42 18 3 21 59 65 −6 57
12 St Margaretsbury 42 16 7 19 83 88 −5 55
13 Broxbourne Borough V&E 42 15 9 18 69 75 −6 54 Club folded
14 London Tigers 42 15 6 21 57 74 −17 51
15 Hadley 42 13 9 20 63 76 −13 48
16 Hertford Town 42 14 6 22 70 107 −37 48
17 Oxhey Jets 42 12 9 21 69 88 −19 45
18 Harefield United 42 11 7 24 51 92 −41 40
19 Biggleswade United 42 10 8 24 59 89 −30 38
20 Holmer Green 42 9 8 25 66 106 −40 35
21 Hanwell Town 42 8 7 27 57 112 −55 31
22 Hatfield Town 42 8 4 30 50 129 −79 28
Source: fchd
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

Division OneEdit

Spartan South Midlands
Football League
Division One
Season2011–12
ChampionsLondon Colney
PromotedLondon Colney
Ampthill Town
Matches played462
Goals scored1,822 (3.94 per match)

Division One featured 18 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with four new clubs:

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion
1 London Colney 42 33 3 6 94 31 +63 102 Promoted to the Premier Division
2 Ampthill Town 42 26 9 7 95 43 +52 87
3 Hoddesdon Town 42 26 4 12 121 60 +61 82
4 Kings Langley 42 25 5 12 114 77 +37 80
5 Harpenden Town 42 21 14 7 89 57 +32 77
6 Crawley Green 42 22 8 12 96 68 +28 74
7 London Lions 42 22 8 12 91 77 +14 74
8 Cranfield United 42 22 3 17 119 74 +45 69
9 Cockfosters 42 19 11 12 87 67 +20 68
10 Langford 42 19 9 14 107 88 +19 66
11 Tokyngton Manor 42 19 6 17 92 80 +12 62[a] Resigned from the league
12 Bedford 42 18 8 16 88 87 +1 62
13 St Albans City Reserves 42 18 7 17 92 68 +24 61 Resigned from the league
14 Chesham United Reserves 42 17 7 18 78 72 +6 58
15 New Bradwell St Peter 42 14 10 18 64 79 −15 52
16 Wodson Park 42 15 7 20 62 77 −15 52
17 Welwyn Garden City 42 13 6 23 62 100 −38 45
18 Buckingham Athletic 42 9 8 25 55 83 −28 35
19 Kentish Town 42 9 5 28 44 129 −85 32
20 Amersham Town 42 7 6 29 65 121 −56 27
21 Stony Stratford Town 42 8 2 32 52 135 −83 26
22 Sun Postal Sports 42 5 4 33 55 149 −94 19
Source: fchd
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
Notes:
  1. ^ Tokyngton Manor deducted 1 point

Division TwoEdit

Spartan South Midlands
Football League
Division Two
Season2011–12
ChampionsAston Clinton
PromotedWinslow United
Matches played182
Goals scored722 (3.97 per match)

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

  • Hale Leys United, joined from the North Bucks & District League

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion
1 Aston Clinton 26 20 4 2 87 28 +59 64
2 Risborough Rangers 26 19 2 5 80 26 +54 59
3 Totternhoe 26 15 5 6 57 41 +16 50
4 Mursley United 26 15 3 8 46 34 +12 48
5 The 61 26 14 4 8 52 40 +12 46
6 Kent Athletic 26 14 1 11 40 41 −1 43
7 Winslow United 26 11 8 7 59 43 +16 41 Promoted to the Division One
8 Bletchley Town 26 8 7 11 56 59 −3 31 Resigned from the league
9 Pitstone & Ivinghoe United 26 8 5 13 41 56 −15 29
10 Old Bradwell United 26 7 7 12 38 55 −17 28
11 Hale Leys United 26 7 3 16 43 77 −34 24
12 Caddington 26 6 3 17 52 75 −23 21
13 Tring Corinthians 26 4 4 18 41 74 −33 16
14 Milton Keynes Wanderers 26 4 4 18 43 86 −43 16 Resigned from the league
Source: fchd
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

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