Leicestershire Senior League

Leicestershire Senior League 1914/15

Whitwick Imperial win the league for the first time.


WinnersRunners Up
LeagueWhitwick ImperialCoalville Town
Medal CompetitionCoalville SwiftsWhitwick Imperial

Before the start of the season the following teams moved to the league:

Burton & District Football Association

Burton All Saints.

Coalville & District Amateur Football League

Coalville Swifts and Hugglescote St. John’s.

Loughborough & District Amateur Football League

Loughborough Corinthians Reserves and Sileby Victoria.

Hinckley United Reserves also joined the league.

Leicestershire Senior League

1Whitwick Imperial1090141132818
2Coalville Town1061334181613
3Coalville Swifts (-2)10415201737
4Shepshed Albion103161634-187
5Hugglescote St. John’sL102261737-206
6Loughborough Corinthians Reserves (-2)M103162534-95
  • Burton All Saints, Earl Shilton Albion, Hinckley United Reserves, Ibstock Albion and Sileby Victoria all resigned at the start of September without playing a match due to the outbreak of war.
  • Earl Shilton Albion later played in the Hinckley & District Football League this season.

A Medal Competition was added at the end of the season to provide extra matches.

Leicestershire Senior League Medal Competition

1Coalville Swifts65012013710
2Whitwick Imperial631211657
3Coalville Town62138805
4Hugglescote St. John’s6105719-122

After the season finished the following teams moved from the league:

  • Burton All Saints to the Birmingham Combination
  • Earl Shilton Albion to the Hinckley & District Football League (moved this season after leaving the Senior League in September)
  • Loughborough Corinthians Reserves to the Loughborough & District Football League in 1920/21

Hinckley United Reserves & Sileby Victoria both rejoined the Senior League after the war in 1919/20.

Hugglescote St. John’s and Ibstock Albion both disbanded.