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The Isthmian League Premier Division is the top division of the Isthmian League. It is at the seventh tier of football in Englandmarker. The champions and play-off winners are promoted to the Conference South and the bottom four teams are relegated to Division One North or South. It is sponsored by Ryman, and therefore officially known as the Ryman League Premier Division.

History

From 1973–74, and the introduction of a second division, till 1976–77, this league was named the Isthmian League First Division; it was rebranded the Premier Division upon the introduction of a third division of the Isthmian League.

After the league became part of the football pyramid in 1985, it was at the sixth tier of the system. However, since 2004, it has been at the seventh tier, parallel to the Northern Premier League Premier Division and the Southern League Premier Division.

Member clubs 2009–10

Club

Finishing position 2008–09
AFC Hornchurch 6th
Ashford Town 10th
Aveley 1st, Isthmian League Division One North1
Billericay Town 11th
Bognor Regis Town 21st, Conference South2
Boreham Wood 18th
Canvey Island 12th
Carshalton Athleticmarker 4th
Cray Wanderers 2nd, Isthmian League Division One South1
Dartford 8th
Harrow Borough 14th
Hastings United 17th
Hendon 16th
Horsham 13th
Kingstonian 1st, Isthmian League Division One South1
Maidstone Unitedmarker 15th
Margate 19th
Sutton United 5th
Tonbridge Angels 3rd
Tooting and Mitcham United 9th
Waltham Abbey 4th, Isthmian League Division One North1
Wealdstone 7th


1Promoted

2Relegated

Champions

Season Champions
1905–06 London Caledonians
1906–07 Ilford
1907–08 London Caledonians
1908–09 Bromley
1909–10 Bromley
1910–11 Clapton
1911–12 London Caledonians
1912–13 London Caledonians
1913–14 London Caledonians
1914–19 Postponed due to World War I
1919 Leytonstone
1919–20 Dulwich Hamlet
1920–21 Ilford
1921–22 Ilford
1922–23 Clapton
1923–24 St Albans City
1924–25 London Caledonians
1925–26 Dulwich Hamlet
1926–27 St Albans City
1927–28 St Albans City
1928–29 Nunhead
1929–30 Nunhead
1930–31 Wimbledon
1931–32 Wimbledon
1932–33 Dulwich Hamlet
1933–34 Kingstonian
1934–35 Wimbledon
1935–36 Wimbledon
1936–37 Kingstonian
1937–38 Leytonstone
1938–39 Leytonstone
1939–45 Postponed due to World War II
1945–46 Walthamstow Avenue
1946–47 Leytonstone
1947–48 Leytonstone
1948–49 Dulwich Hamlet
1949–50 Leytonstone
1950–51 Leytonstone
1951–52 Leytonstone
1952–53 Walthamstow Avenue
1953–54 Bromley
1954–55 Walthamstow Avenue
1955–56 Wycombe Wanderers
1956–57 Wycombe Wanderers
1957–58 Tooting & Mitcham United
1958–59 Wimbledon
1959–60 Tooting & Mitcham United
1960–61 Bromley
1961–62 Wimbledon
1962–63 Wimbledon
1963–64 Wimbledon
1964–65 Hendon
1965–66 Leytonstone
1966–67 Sutton United
1967–68 Enfield
1968–69 Enfield
1969–70 Enfield
1970–71 Wycombe Wanderers
1971–72 Wycombe Wanderers
1972–73 Hendon
1973–74 Wycombe Wanderers
1974–75 Wycombe Wanderers
1975–76 Enfield
1976–77 Enfield
1977–78 Enfield
1978–79 Barking
1979–80 Enfield
1980–81 Slough Townmarker
1981–82 Leytonstone & Ilford
1982–83 Wycombe Wanderers
1983–84 Harrow Borough
1984–85 Sutton United
1985–86 Sutton United
1986–87 Wycombe Wanderers
1987–88 Yeovil Town
1988–89 Leytonstone/Ilford
1989–90 Sutton United
1990–91 Redbridge Forest
1991–92 Woking
1992–93 Chesham United
1993–94 Stevenage Borough
1994–95 Enfield
1995–96 Hayes
1996–97 Yeovil Town
1997–98 Kingstonian
1998–99 Sutton United
1999–00 Dagenham & Redbridge
2000–01 Farnborough Town
2001–02 Gravesend & Northfleetmarker
2002–03 Aldershot Town
2003–04 Canvey Island
2004–05 Yeading
2005–06 Braintree Town
2006–07 Hampton & Richmond Borough
2007–08 Chelmsford City
2008–09 Dover Athletic


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