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VP
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Aug 1, 2011, 9:49 PM

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Picked up most of the divisions from various websites but I'm still missing a couple.
These are not 100% as some clubs list a slightly different constitution but I think I've got the latest.

Premier Division

AFC Bisley
AFC Walton & Hersham
Burpham
Hambledon
Holmbury St. Mary
Lyne
Millmead
New Haw Wanderers
Pirbright Sports
Puttenham United
Windlesham United


Division One

Crescent & Star
Guildford City Weysiders 'A'
Guildford United
Keens Park Rangers
N.L.U.
Oatlands
Ockham
Shepperton
Staines Lammas 'A'
University of Surrey 'A'
West Byfleet Albion
Weybridge Town


Division Two

AFC Bedfont Green 'A'
AFC Crown & Anchor
AFC Guildford United
Dunsfold
Elstead
Guildford Rangers
Hersham
Holmbury St Mary Reserves
Knaphill Athletic 'A'
Merrow 'A'
Mytchett Rangers
Windlesham United Reserves


Division Three

Unknown apart from Burpham Reserves & Ripley Village 'A'.

Division Four North

AFC Bedfont Green 'C'
AFC Brooklands
Allianz
Byfleet
Christian Club Woking
Knaphill Athletic 'B'
Lyne 'A'
Ockham Reserves
Surrey Athletic
University of Surrey 'B'
Woking Tigers


Division Four South

Unknown apart from Surrey Athletic Reserves.


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bomaya
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Aug 1, 2011, 10:33 PM

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Good work VP. I seem to remember you having a note of which of these are just more senior club's reserves other than obvious ones like Bedfont Town (Green) and Staines Lammas.


VP
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Aug 2, 2011, 12:19 AM

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It's getting too complicated these days though.
AFC Bisley (who were going to be called AFC Sheerwater originally) may or may not have some link with Farnborough FC apart from the fact they're playing at Lion Park.
Lyne FC are 'affiliated' to Hampton & Richmond Borough.
AFC Walton & Hersham are part of Walton & Hersham but I suppose that one's obvious.
It appears more clubs are hooking up with lower level teams in one way or another or using adult leagues to play youth and/or academy players in.
Even Shalford, who's first team are only in the Surrey Intermediate (Western) have youth teams playing in the Guildford & Woking Alliance.


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Aug 2, 2011, 8:36 AM

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Even Shalford, who's first team are only in the Surrey Intermediate (Western) have youth teams playing in the Guildford & Woking Alliance.



Shalford and Guildford City Weysiders 1st XI's share the railed ground as you go south out of Guildford, when I went to see Shalford v Guildford City Weysiders a couple of seasons ago I was chatting to some of the officials and they told me about their other teams who use the 2 or 3 pitches that beyond. I think at that point both clubs had at least three or four teams each, one each in the SWIL one in the reserve section, some in the Guidford & Woking Alliance and I think one of the clubs even had a side in the Aldershot League.

I went to Burpham the same season when they were in the SWIL, at that point they had two pitches and had I think four teams spread across the leagues.

It is nice to see that clubs at that level have a number of sides, Burpham seem to have had problems with their 1st XI but they did not fold as they had more junior teams to step to become the first side even though they would have to be in a lower league.


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Aug 2, 2011, 10:26 AM

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I think one of the clubs even had a side in the Aldershot League.


That's Shalford. They have two sides in the Aldershot & District League. They used to be called the 'A' and 'B' teams but now they're known as Shalford Social.


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Aug 10, 2011, 9:05 AM

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Constitution and fixtures on mitoo
http://www.football.mitoo.co.uk/...;LeagueCode=GWAL2011


VP
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Aug 13, 2011, 2:38 PM

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Crescent & Star and Weybridge Town have withdrawn from Division 1. Guildford City Weysiders 'A' have become their first team as they've withdrawn their firsts and reserves from the SCIL (W) due to lack of players.

 
 


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