Last updated : Thursday, 30 November 2023
Midland Football Combination
The Midland Football Combination is an English football league covering parts of the West Midlands. It comprises five divisions, a Premier Division, Divisions One and Two and two Reserves Divisions. The league was one of three official feeder leagues to the Midland Football Alliance.
The league was founded in 1927 as the Worcestershire Combination. The ten founder members were Oldbury Town, Stourbridge Reserves, Kidderminster Harriers Reserves, Bewdley, Blackheath Town, Halesowen Labour, Highley Colliers, Old Carolians, Stewart & Lloyds (Bilston) and Cookley St Peters.
The league was renamed the Midland Football Combination in 1974. In 2006, the Premier Division was reclassified from Step 7 to Step 6 of the National League System, making it one of the feeder leagues to the Midland Football Alliance.
The current season is the 96th season of the Midland Football Combination. The Premier Division is currently being led by Rushall Olympic, with Chasetown and Halesowen Town in second and third place respectively.