Not to be confused with the 19th century league of the same name, the current Lancashire League was formed in 1939 and for the first 60 or so years was mainly for youth teams of the area's Football League clubs. In more recent times, the league has become the primary reserve team league for clubs in the North of England, not just Lancashire.
The league split into East and West divisions in 2006.
|Season||East Division||West Division|
|2006-07||Farsley Celtic reserves||Morecambe reserves|
|2007-08||Farsley Celtic reserves||Workington reserves|
|2008-09||Bradford Park Avenue reserves||Fleetwood Town reserves|
|2009-10||Harrogate Town reserves||Southport reserves|
|2010-11||Bradford Park Avenue reserves||Bamber Bridge reserves|
|2011-12||Thackley reserves||Lancaster City reserves|
|2012-13||Ossett Albion reserves||Lancaster City reserves|
|2013-14||FC United of Manchester reserves||AFC Fylde reserves|
|2014-15||AFC Emley reserves||Colne reserves|
In 2015, A South Division was added.
|Season||East Division||South Division||West Division|
|2015-16||Brighouse Town reserves||Curzon Ashton reserves||Colne reserves|
The F.C.H.D. does not have the complete final table information for this league.
Please acknowledge the F.C.H.D. when using this information elsewhere