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Kent County League constitutions for 2024/25 confirmed – updated

The Kent County Football League (KCFL) confirmed the new constitutions for the 2024/25 season at their AGM on Wednesday 19th June which was held at The Appleyard in Sittingbourne, with the highlight being Tunbridge Wells Foresters’ admission to the league, and nine local clubs competing in the new look Division 2 Central.

The KCFL had already proposed a slight rejig to their league structure ahead of the meeting with the Premier Division at the top; Division One split into Central & East, and West; and the third level being split further into East, West and Central Divisions.

All clubs from West Kent were present at the KCFL AGM which saw FC Revo pick up two awards (EAD Eastern Section and the Fair Play Award), Otford United Reserves picked up one (EAD Western Section), and Steve Cullen from Crockenhill walked away with the Personality of the Year award.

So what does this mean for West Kent clubs?
Ide Hill will be joined by Snodland Town Reserves and they will be West Kent’s two representatives in the Premier Division where they will play 34 league games over the course of the year.

Ide Hill will be looking to capitalise on last season’s fifth placed finish with new manager Mark Gilbert at the helm, after he was promoted internally by the club from the Reserves. Whilst Snodland get their chance to play at the top level after an amazing season saw them promoted at the end of the year.

In Division One Central & East, Aylesford, Kings Hill, and Otford United, will do battle with 12 other teams as they try to make their way up the league structure. Crockenhill will be the sole representatives in Division One West, in what is essentially now the South East London division.

Then comes the big one, the newly created Division 2 Central, which will see West Kent represented by a whopping nine teams at this level with Aylesford Reserves, FC Revo, Ide Hill Reserves, Larkfield & New Hythe Reserves, Kings Hill Reserves, Otford Utd Reserves, Paddock Wood, Tunbridge Wells Foresters, and Tunbridge Wells Reserves, all looking to top the table.

How the Kent County Football League Division 2 Central will look for the 20248/25 season.

All clubs from West Kent were present at the AGM which saw FC Revo pick up two awards (EAD Eastern Section and the Fair Play Award), Otford United Reserves picked up one (EAD Western Section), and Steve Cullen from Crockenhill walked away with the Personality of the Year award.

Congratulations to Tunbridge Wells Foresters on their acceptance to the league and good luck to all teams competing in all divisions. We can’t wait for the season to start and we’ll be keeping a close eye on all proceedings.

The new constitutions for 2024/25 are as follows:

Premier Division

  1. Bexley
  2. Borden Village
  3. Cuxton 1991
  4. Fleetdown Utd
  5. Greenways*
  6. Guru Nanak
  7. Hawkinge Town
  8. Ide Hill
  9. Kent Utd
  10. Metrogas
  11. Minster
  12. New Romney
  13. Peckham Town
  14. Ramsgate Athletic (Formerly Ashford FC)
  15. Sporting Club Thamesmead Reserves
  16. Snodland Town Reserves
  17. Stansfeld (Oxford & Bermondsey)
  18. Tenterden Town

Division 1 Central & East

  1. AFC Rangers
  2. Aylesford
  3. Chilham 
  4. Cinque Ports 
  5. Cuxton 91 Reserves 
  6. Fleetdown Utd Reserves 
  7. Fortuna Swans (Formerly Sellindge FC)
  8. Greenways Aces
  9. Hollands & Blair Reserves
  10. Kings Hill
  11. Minster Reserves
  12. Otford Utd
  13. Rochester City
  14. Whitstable Town U23s
  15. Woodnesborough

Division 2 West

  1. AFC Lewisham
  2. Agenda 
  3. All Starz
  4. Belvedere
  5. Bexley Reserves
  6. Bromleians Reserves
  7. Crockenhill
  8. Dulwich Village
  9. FC Greenwich
  10. Farnborough Old Boys Guild
  11. Falconwood Reserves 
  12. Halls AFC Reserves
  13. Long Lane Reserves

Division 2 Central

  1. Aylesford Reserves
  2. Bearsted Reserves
  3. Dartford Celtic
  4. FC Revo
  5. Ide Hill Reserves
  6. Larkfield & New Hythe Reserves
  7. Kings Hill Reserves
  8. Otford Utd Reserves
  9. Paddock Wood
  10. Tenterden Town Reserves
  11. Tunbridge Wells Foresters
  12. Tunbridge Wells Reserves
  13. Upchurch
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