For the 1987–88 season, Division One was added.
|Season||Premier Division||Division One|
|1989–90||Colne Dynamoes||Leek Town|
|1990–91||Witton Albion||Whitley Bay|
|1991–92||Stalybridge Celtic||Colwyn Bay|
|1995–96||Bamber Bridge||Lancaster City|
|1996–97||Leek Town||Radcliffe Borough|
|1999-00||Leigh RMI||Accrington Stanley|
|2000–01||Stalybridge Celtic||Bradford Park Avenue|
|2001–02||Burton Albion||Harrogate Town|
|2002–03||Accrington Stanley||Alfreton Town|
|2003–04||Hucknall Town||Hyde United|
|2004–05||Hyde United||North Ferriby United|
For the 2007–08 season, Division One was reorganised into North and South regions.
|Season||Premier Division||Division One North||Division One South|
|2007–08||Fleetwood Town||Bradford Park Avenue||Retford United (not promoted)1|
|2008–09||Eastwood Town||Durham City||Retford United|
|2009–10||Guiseley||FC Halifax Town||Mickleover Sports|
|2010–11||FC Halifax Town||Chester||Barwell|
|2011–12||Chester||A.F.C. Fylde||Grantham Town|
1 Cammell Laird were promoted instead as Retford's ground did not meet the requirements of the higher division.
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