North Regional League
The North Regional League was formed in 1958 as a reserve league for Football League teams in the North of England. After being formed with 19 members, and reaching a maximum of 22 teams in its second season, numbers quickly began to decline, and by the final season, 1968-69 only 4 teams competed.
While the membership consisted mainly of reserve teams, a few first teams were admitted in an attempt to boost numbers, 2 of these (Gateshead and South Shields) were among those teams that lifted the championship.
The league consisted of a single division for its entire existence
|1962-63||Rotherham United reserves|
|1964-65||Hull City reserves|
|1965-66||Hull City reserves|
|1967-68||Hull City reserves|
The F.C.H.D. has the full set of final tables for this league, but a number of them (those highlighted in blue above), do not balance.
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