Chiltonian League

The Chiltonian League was an English football league, existing from 1984 until its merger with the Hellenic League in 2000. While never having a defined place in the English football league system, successful clubs moved from the Chiltonian League to the Combined Counties League and to the South Midlands League.

HistoryEdit

1984-85Edit

The league originally consisted of a single section of 17 clubs, most of which had previously competed in the Wycombe & District League.

Season Champions
1984-85 Holmer Green

1985-95Edit

After its inaugural season, the league expanded to two divisions (for first teams; reserve divisions were constituted separately). The divisions were originally known as Divisions One and Two, but after two seasons this was changed to Premier Division and Division One.

Season Division One Division Two
1985-86 Holmer Green Drayton Wanderers
1986-87 Coopers Payen Seer Green
Season Premier Division Division One
1987-88 Henley Town Finchampstead
1988-89 Coopers Payen Mill End Sports
1989-90 Coopers Payen Binfield
1990-91 Peppard Letcombe
1991-92 Peppard Eton Wick
1992-93 Eton Wick Broadmoor Staff
1993-94 Holmer Green Slough Irish Society
1994-95 Reading Town Denham United

1995-99Edit

In 1995, the reserve divisions were scrapped and the league re-constituted into a single structure of three divisions - Premier Division, Division One and Division Two

Season Premier Division Division One Division Two
1995-96 Binfield Vansittart Wanderers Penn & Tylers Green reserves
1996-97 Denham United Eton Wick reserves Drayton Wanderers reserves
1997-98 A.F.C. Wallingford Cippenham Village Henley Town reserves
1998-99 Eton Wick Finchampstead reserves Stocklake reserves

1999-00Edit

With only six teams completing the 1998-99 Division Two season, that division was dropped and the league returned to a two-division structure. At the end of the 1999–2000 season, the league merged into an expanded Hellenic League.

Season Premier Division Division One
1999-00 Henley Town Eton Wick reserves