Dorset Football League
Not to be confused with the Dorset Premier League, the Dorset Football League was founded in 2009 after the FA prohibited the Dorset County FA running the previous Dorset Saturday League. The League currently (as of 2016-17) has five divisions.
|Season||Senior League||Division One||Division Two||Division Three||Division Four||Reserve Division|
|2009-10||Easton United||Kingston Lacy||Sturminster Marshall reserves||Bridport "A"||Corfe Mullen United||Portland United reserves|
In 2010, the Reserve Division was abandoned, and while not a direct replacement, a Division Five was added.
|Season||Senior League||Division One||Division Two||Division Three||Division Four||Division Five|
|2010-11||Tintinhull||Piddletrenthide United||Mere Town||Corfe Mullen United||Poole Link||Cerne Abbas|
|2011-12||Portland United reserves||Mere Town||11 Signal Regiment||AFC Cobham||Handley Sports||Mere Town reserves|
|2012-13||Mere Town||Corfe Mullen United||The Balti House||Lytchett Red Triangle||Mere Town reserves||Pimperne Sports Society|
|2013-14||Westland Sports||The Balti House||Lytchett Red Triangle||AFC Blandford||Puddletown||Portland United Youth|
|2014-15||Holt United||Westland Sports reserves||Milborne Port||Wool & Winfrith||Portland United Youth||Marnhull|
|2015-16||Chickerell United||Milborne Port||Chickerell United reserves||Portland United Youth||Marnhull||Okeford United|
Division Five was dropped in 2016.
|Season||Senior League||Division One||Division Two||Division Three||Division Four|
The F.C.H.D. has the complete final table information for this league, compiled from contemporary sources.
Please acknowledge the F.C.H.D. when using this information elsewhere