Western Football League
The Western Football League is a football league in South West England, covering Bristol, Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, western Dorset, parts of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. The league's current main sponsor is Toolstation, so it is also known as the Toolstation League.
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|Other club(s) from||Wales|
|Number of teams||40|
19 (Premier Division)
21 (Division One)
|Level on pyramid||Levels 9–10|
|Feeder to||Southern League Division One South|
|Relegation to||Dorset Premier League |
Gloucestershire County League
Somerset County League
South West Peninsula League†
†Only relegated from &
promoted to Premier Division
|Domestic cup(s)||Les Phillips Cup|
|Current champions||Willand Rovers (Premier Division)|
Keynsham Town (Division One)
|Current: 2021–22 season|
Recent restructuring of the English football league system has placed the two divisions, known as the Premier Division and Division One (each a maximum of twenty-two clubs) at the ninth and tenth tiers overall, known as Step 5 and Step 6 of the National League System.
The champion club may apply for promotion to a Step 4 league, which in practice will almost certainly be the Southern League Division One South and West. Below the Western League are four local leagues covering smaller areas, the Gloucestershire County League, the Somerset County League, the Dorset Premier League and the Wiltshire League. The South West Peninsula League Premier Divisions East and West are also feeders to the Western League but due to having Step 6 status (the same level as the Western League Division One), they feed directly into the Western League Premier Division.