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1972–73 Serie D

The 1972–73 Serie D was the twenty-third edition of Serie D, the fourth highest league in the Italian football league system. A total of 162 teams contested the league, divided into nine groups in Italian: Gironi of 18 teams.

                                               

2013–14 Serie D

The 2013–14 Serie D was the sixty-sixth edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. It consisted of 161 teams, after the exclusion of Nardo and inc ...

                                               

2014–15 Serie D

The 2014–15 Serie D was the sixty-seventh edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. It consisted of 167 teams, including the admitted Arzachena, ...

                                               

2015–16 Serie D

The 2015–16 Serie D was the sixty-eighth edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represents the fourth tier in the Italian football league system.

                                               

2016–17 Serie D

The 2016–17 Serie D was the sixty-ninth edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represents the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. A total of 162 teams, divided on geographical grounds into 9 gro ...

                                               

2017–18 Serie D

The 2017–18 Serie D was the seventieth edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represents the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. A total of 167 teams, divided on geographical grounds into 6 grou ...

                                               

2018–19 Serie D

The 2018–19 Serie D was the seventy-first edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represents the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. A total of 168 teams, divided on geographical grounds into six ...

                                               

2019–20 Serie D

The 2019–20 Serie D is the seventy-second edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represents the fourth tier in the Italian football league system.

                                               

2005–06 Serie D

The 2005–06 Serie D was the fifty-eightieth edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fifth tier in the Italian football league system.

                                               

2006–07 Serie D

The 2006–07 Serie D was the fifty-ninth edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fifth tier in the Italian football league system. The regular season started September 17, 2006 and continued thro ...

                                               

2007–08 Serie D

The 2007–08 Serie D was the sixty edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fifth tier in the Italian football league system. It was composed by 162 teams divided into nine divisions of 18 teams e ...

                                               

2008–09 Serie D

Serie D, the fifth level of Italian Football, is usually composed of 162 teams divided into nine 18-team divisions. Special relegation of four teams from the professional leagues above Serie D after the team list had been set increased the total ...

                                               

2009–10 Serie D

The 2009–10 Serie D was the sixty-second edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. It consisted of 167 divided into six 18-team divisions, one 19 ...

                                               

2010–11 Serie D

The 2010–11 Serie D was the sixty-third edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. It originally consisted of 166 teams, with two divisions alloca ...

                                               

2011–12 Serie D

The 2011–12 Serie D was the sixty-fourth edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. It consisted of 168 teams divided into six 18-team divisions a ...

                                               

2012–13 Serie D

The 2012–13 Serie D was the sixty-fifth edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. It consisted of 162 teams divided into nine 18-team divisions.

                                               

Darfield United F.C.

The club was formed early in the 20th century, and remained in existence for just over a decade, during which time they won the Barnsley Association League and entered the FA Cup.

                                               

Swinton Town F.C.

The club was formed in the 19th century, and won both the Barnsley Minor Cup League and Sheffield Alliance championships before entering the FA Cup in 1898.

                                               

1996–97 South Midlands League

The 1996–97 South Midlands League season was 68th and the last in the history of South Midlands League. At the end of the season the league was merged with Spartan League to form Spartan South Midlands Football League. For the first season of the ...

                                               

Littlehampton Town F.C. players

                                               

1920–21 Sussex County Football League

The 1920–21 season was the first in the history of the Sussex County League The league featured 12 teams. Eastbourne were also playing in the Southern Amateur League, and opted to leave the Sussex County League at the end of the season.

                                               

1921–22 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1922–23 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1923–24 Sussex County Football League

The 1923–24 Sussex County Football League season was the fourth in the history of the competition. The league featured 12 teams and was won by Royal Corps of Signals.

                                               

1924–25 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1925–26 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1926–27 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1927–28 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1928–29 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1929–30 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1930–31 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1931–32 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1933–34 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1934–35 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1935–36 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1936–37 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1937–38 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1938–39 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1939–40 Sussex County Football League

The 1939–40 Sussex County Football League season was the 20th in the history of the competition. Due to the Second World War, a war-time emergency competition was announced and 16 teams were placed into two separate leagues, 8 teams in the Easter ...

                                               

1945–46 Sussex County Football League

The 1945–46 Sussex County Football League season was the 21st in the history of the competition. The league featured 17 teams of which 11 teams were originally in the Sussex County League. Teams were placed into two separate leagues, Eastern Divi ...

                                               

1946–47 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1947–48 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1948–49 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1949–50 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1950–51 Sussex County Football League

                                               

1954–55 Sussex County Football League

The 1954–55 Sussex County Football League season was the 30th in the history of the competition. Division 1 featured now increased to seventeen teams with Hove White Rovers being promoted from Division 2 and Southwick re-joining. Division 2 featu ...

                                               

1955–56 Sussex County Football League

The 1955–56 Sussex County Football League season was the 31st in the history of the competition. Division 1 still remained at seventeen teams with Three Bridges United being promoted from Division 2. Division 2 now featured fourteen teams from wh ...

                                               

1956–57 Sussex County Football League

The 1956–57 Sussex County Football League season was the 32nd in the history of the competition. Division 1 was reduced to sixteen teams as Eastbourne United left the league and Rye United being promoted from Division 2. Division 2 now featured f ...

                                               

1957–58 Sussex County Football League

The 1957–58 Sussex County Football League season was the 33nd in the history of the competition. Division 1 remained at sixteen teams and Rye United was promoted from Division 2. Division 2 also remained at fifteen teams from which the winner wou ...

                                               

1958–59 Sussex County Football League

The 1958–59 Sussex County Football League season was the 34th in the history of the competition. Division 1 remained at sixteen teams and Lancing was promoted from Division 2. Division 2 was increased to sixteen teams with Burgess Hill joining. f ...

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