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West Middlesex Combination

The West Middlesex Combination was an amateur football league in England. It was founded in 1904 and disbanded in 1977. The league was based in the West Middlesex area of London, and its members were mostly clubs from that area.


The West Middlesex Combination was founded in 1904 by a group of clubs from the West Middlesex area of London. The league's first season consisted of 10 teams, and the champions were Hendon. The league expanded over the years, and by the 1960s it had 20 teams.

West Middlsex action

The West Middlesex Combination was a competitive league, and its teams produced a number of professional footballers. Some of the most notable players to come through the league include:

  • Geoff Hurst (England World Cup winner)
  • Jimmy Greaves (England international)
  • Bobby Moore (England World Cup winner)
  • Terry Venables (England international and manager)
  • Alan Mullery (England international)

The West Middlesex Combination disbanded in 1977 due to financial difficulties. The league's clubs merged with other leagues in the area to form the Middlesex County League.


West Middlsex match

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