Nottinghamshire Senior League

Nottinghamshire Senior League
Nottinghamshire Senior League
Feeder To
Central Midlands League
Senior Division
Division One
Division Two
Number of Teams
16 (Senior)
16 (Division One)
14 (Division Two)
Levels on Pyramid
Current Champions (2010–11)
Boots Athletic (Senior)
Ruddington Village (Division One)
Southwell St. Mary's (Division Two)

The Nottinghamshire Senior League or NSL is a football competition based in England, sitting at level 12 of the English football league system and is a feeder to the Central Midlands League. The league has a total of 3 divisions: a Senior Division a Division One and a Division Two, with the clubs formerly playing in the Nottinghamshire Football Alliance prior to the leagues founder season in 2004-05. The league has been sponsored by Precision Training since 2006, prior to that, Uhlsport were the first ever league sponsors.

Member clubs 2011–12

Senior Division

  • Attenborough
  • Awsworth Villa
  • Bulwell
  • Cotgrave
  • FC Cavaliers
  • Gedling Southbank
  • Hucknall Rolls Leisure
  • Keyworth United
  • Kimberley Miners Welfare
  • Linby Colliery Welfare
  • Magdala Amateurs
  • Ruddington Village
  • Sandhurst
  • Selston
  • Vernon Villa
  • Wollaton

Division One

  • Arnold Town Reserves
  • Basford United Reserves
  • Bilborough Town
  • Boots Athletic
  • Carlton Town Academy
  • Clifton Reserves
  • Cotgrave Reserves
  • Gedling Southbank Reserves
  • Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves
  • Keyworth United Reserves
  • Netherfield Albion
  • Nottinghamshire
  • Radcliffe Olympic Reserves
  • Southwell St. Mary's
  • Underwood Villa
  • Wollaton Reserves

Division Two

  • Awsworth Villa Reserves
  • Beeston
  • Bingham Town
  • Burton Joyce
  • Calverton Miners Welfare Academy
  • Hucknall Town Reserves
  • Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves
  • Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves
  • Magdala Amateurs Reserves
  • Nottinghamshire Reserves
  • Ruddington Village Reserves
  • Sandhurst Reserves
  • Selston Reserves
  • West Bridgford

Competition Winners

Season Senior Division Division One Division Two League Cup Senior Section League Cup Reserve Section
2004-05 Wollaton Boots Athletic Reserves N/A Wollaton Attenborough Reserves
2005-06 Wollaton Wollaton Reserves N/A Clifton Boots Athletic Reserves
2006-07 Cotgrave Welfare Clifton Reserves N/A Caribbean Cavaliers Boots Athletic Reserves
2007-08 Caribbean Cavaliers Hucknall Rolls Leisure N/A Caribbean Cavaliers Wollaton Reserves
2008-09 Bilborough Pelican Bulwell Calverton Miners Welfare Academy Wollaton Greenwood Meadows Reserves
2009-10 Clifton Woolaton Reserves Vernon Villa Caribbean Cavaliers Carlton Town Colts
2010-11 Boots Athletic Ruddington Village Southwell St. Mary's Boots Athletic Cotgrave Welfare Reserves

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