The London and South East Region run two leagues, a Senior Regional League and an U16 Regional League.
In this section you will find:
Senior Regional Leagues
The standard of the Senior Regional league sits above County leagues and is a feeder league for the National Premier Leagues. The Premier League consists of three divisions. The Senior Regional League consists of two divisions.
Regional teams play against each of the teams in league twice, a home game and an away game. There are eight teams per division.
At the end of the season, winners of Division One are invited to the National Premier League Play Off Tournament. Here they play against the team finishing bottom of Premier League Division Three and the other Winners from the other 9 Regions for a place in the Premier Three league. Clubs may have only one team in the National Premier League and one team in the Senior Regional League.
Winners of the Regional League Division Two gain automatic entry into Division One.
Teams finishing at the bottom of Division One are automatically relegated to Division Two. Teams finishing bottom of Division Two play off against County Champions to remain in the league.
To gain entry to the London and South East Regional Senior League, Counties in the region may nominate teams, usually winners of each Senior County League/ County Tournament, to attend the play off tournament for a place in Division Two.
Senior League Play– Off Tournament
The play-off tournament date for the 2018/19 season was Saturday 11th May 2019 at Redbridge Essex.
Premier League play-offs were 27th & 28th April 2019 at Hull University.
Senior Division 1 Regional League Table
Senior Division 2 Regional League Table
The U16 Regional League consists of one division of eight teams. Teams play in a rotation of venues across the four counties.
To play in the U16 Regional League, teams must play in a qualifying tournament. Fourteen teams from across the four counties are invited to the qualifying tournament to play-off for the eight spaces in the league. There are also eligibility criteria that teams must fulfil. These include that the club must already be playing in a County league and must be an accredited CAPs club.
Every year teams must re-qualify for the league.
The qualifying tournament for the 2019/20 season is Sunday 22nd September 2019 at Brunel University Sports Park, UB8 3PH
The top two teams at the end of the league season will qualify for the National U16 Club Finals 2020 - TBC
Qualifying Tournament Covering Letter
Qualifying Tournament Entry Form
Qualifying Tournament Registration Sheet
Qualifying Tournament Rules and Regulations
Age Banding Form
U16s Regional League Table