|Goals scored||1534 (2.99 per match)|
|← 2002–03 2004–05 →|
The Premier Division featured four new teams:
- Southport relegated from the Football Conference
- Alfreton Town promoted as champions of Division One
- Spennymoor United promoted as runner-up of Division One
- Radcliffe Borough promoted as via playoff from Division One
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... were champions of the Western League Division One in 1980–81 and were promoted to the Premier Division ... runner-up in the FA Vase in 1999–2000 and in 2000–01, the club finished runners up in the Premier Division and gained promotion to the Southern Football League Division One West, finishing runners-up in their first ...
... football club based in Corwen, Denbighshire, playing in the Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division in 2008-09 season ... was soon to follow gaining promotion to the 1st Division from the 3rd Division in 2 seasons of the Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) ... In 1986/87 things improved again and within two seasons they were in the reformed Premier division, winning the Division 2 League and cup double in 86/87 and the Division 1 League in 87/88 ...
... Year Division Record 2012 BAFA Premier Division Northern Conference 0-0-0 2011 BAFA Division One Central Conference 9-1-0 2008 BSL Premier Division 1-7-0 ...
... Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Bohemians 2008 Premier Division 0 ... - - 2009 ... Premier Division 0 ... Total 0 ... Shelbourne 2010 First Division 2. 0 ...
... The conference was split into two divisions East and Central. 2006 season, the Phoenix were invited to join the Midlands Premier which they finished in 3rd place ... Phoenix faced a challenging season which saw the club finish 8th in the Midlands Premier ...
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