Last updated : Sunday, 25 February 2024

Introduction

The Brighton, Hove & Worthing Combination League is an amateur football league in England, involving teams in and around Brighton, Hove and Worthing. It was established in 2014 following a merger between the Brighton, Hove & District League (formed 1903) and the Worthing & District League.

The league currently has one division, with 16 teams competing. The winners of the Premier Division may apply for promotion to the West Sussex Football League Championship South.

Brighton, Hove & Worthing Combination League action

The league's headquarters are located at the East Brighton Park football ground in Brighton.

History

The Brighton, Hove & District Football League was founded in 1903. The league reached its peak in the 1960s, when it had ten divisions. However, the number of teams in the league began to decline in the 1970s and 1980s. By 2011, the league had been reduced to only two divisions.

Brighton, Hove & Worthing Combination League match

In 2014, the Brighton, Hove & District Football League merged with the Worthing & District League to form the Brighton, Hove & Worthing Combination League. The new league currently has one division.

Current Season

The 2022-23 season is the current season of the Brighton, Hove & Worthing Combination League. The season began on 6 August 2022 and is scheduled to end on 29 April 2023.

Brighton, Hove & Worthing Combination League teams

The current leaders of the league are AFC Broadwater. They are followed by Preston Park and Sompting.

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