Leicestershire Senior League

Leicestershire Senior League 1918/19

Coalville Swifts win the league after the war.


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LeagueCoalville SwiftsLoughborough YMCA

As the First World War ended, it was decided to restart the Leicestershire Senior League. Of the teams that played in the league in the 1915/16 season, only Coalville Swifts and Whitwick Imperial remained.

They were joined by new clubs Coalville WMC, Loughborough Brush, Loughborough YMCA and Stableford’s Works, and by Loughborough Empress Works who previously played in the Loughborough & District Amateur Football League and Pegg’s Green Victoria who previously played in the Coalville & District Amateur Football League.

The league officially restarted on 28th December 1918 with a match between Whitwick Imperial and Coalville Swifts.

Leicestershire Senior League

1Coalville Swifts1485143152821
2Loughborough YMCA14100444261820
3Whitwick Imperial145453627914
4Pegg’s Green Victoria145363229313
5Loughborough Brush145362528-313
6Coalville WMCM145363035-513
7Loughborough Empress Works142571730-139
8Stableford’s WorksM144192158-379

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

  • Coalville WMC to the Coalville & District Amateur Football League
  • Stableford’s Works to the Coalville & District Amateur Football League