Last updated : Friday, 01 December 2023
The Weetabix League is an amateur football league in England. It is the seventh tier of the English football league system, below the National League North and South. The league consists of 22 teams, divided into two divisions of 11 teams each.
The Weetabix League was founded in 2004, following the merger of the Northern Premier League and the Southern League. The league is sponsored by Weetabix, a breakfast cereal manufacturer.
The Weetabix League was formed in 2004, following the merger of the Northern Premier League and the Southern League. The league was originally called the Conference North and South, but was renamed the Weetabix League in 2007.
The Weetabix League has been won by a variety of clubs, including Barrow, Kidderminster Harriers, and Halifax Town. The current champions are Chorley.
Promotion and relegation
The top two teams in each division of the Weetabix League are promoted to the National League North and South respectively. The bottom two teams in each division are relegated to the Northern Premier League Division One East and West respectively.