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London 1 South

London 1 South
Current season or competition:
2015–16 London 1 South
Sport Rugby union
Number of teams 14
Country  England
Holders Wimbledon (2014–15)
(promoted to National League 3 London & SE)

London 1 South is an English level 6 Rugby Union regional league for clubs in south London and the south east of England.[1] The 14 teams play home and away matches from September through to April. The top team in the league by the end of season wins promotion straight up to National 3 London & South East while the league runner up plays a playoff against the runner up of London 1 North to see who joins them. Relegated teams tend to drop to either London 2 South East or London 2 South West depending on where they are located.


  • Participating Clubs 2015-16 1
  • Participating Clubs 2014-15 2
  • Participating Clubs 2013-14 3
  • Participating Clubs 2012-13 4
  • Participating Clubs 2011-12 5
  • London 1 South Honours 6
  • References 7
  • See Also 8

Participating Clubs 2015-16

Participating Clubs 2014-15

Participating Clubs 2013-14

Participating Clubs 2012-13

Participating Clubs 2011-12

London 1 South Honours

London 1 South Honours
Season No of teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
1998-99[2] 15 Winchester Sevenoaks No relegation due to expansion of league from 15 to 17 teams London Division 2 South
1999-00[3] 17 Canterbury Haywards Heath Askean, Warlington, Dorking, Charlton Park, Lewes, Old Blues, Old Wimbledonians[n 1] London Division 2 South
2000-01[4] 12 Haywards Heath Canterbury Tonbridge Juddian, Alton, Old Guildfordians London Division 2 South
2001-02[5] 12 Canterbury Portsmouth Gravesend, Guildford & Godalming London Division 2 South
2002-03[6] 12 Worthing Portsmouth Sevenoaks, Effingham & Leatherhead, Maidstone London Division 2 South
2003-04[7] 12 Richmond Barnes Cobham, Andover, Winchester London Division 2 South
2004-05[8] 12 Barnes Portsmouth Camberley, Tunbridge Wells, Dartfordians London Division 2 South
2005-06[9] 12 Portsmouth Guildford Old Mid-Whitgiftian, Sidcup, Gosport & Fareham London Division 2 South
2006-07[10] 12 Sutton & Epsom Thanet Wanderers London Irish Amateur, Lewes, Andover London Division 2 South
2007-08[11] 12 Haywards Heath Jersey Sevenoaks, Wimbledon, Guildford London Division 2 South
2008-09[12] 12 Basingstoke Dorking No relegation due to league restructure[n 2] London Division 2 South
2009-10[13] 14 Gravesend Dover Aylesford Bulls, Maidstone, Old Elthamians London Division 1 South
2010-11[14] 14 Tonbridge Juddian London Irish Amateur Tunbridge Wells, Wimbledon London Division 1 South
2011-12[15] 14 Guernsey Old Elthamians Sutton & Epsom, Thanet Wanderers, Portsmouth London Division 1 South
2012-13[16] 14 East Grinstead Basingstoke Old Colfeians, Trojans, Gosport & Fareham London Division 1 South
2013-14[17] 14 Gravesend Chichester Haywards Heath, Staines, Beckenham London Division 1 South
2014-15[18] 14 Wimbledon Chobham Basingstoke, Hove, Cobham London Division 1 South
Green backgrounds are promotion places.
  1. ^ The creation of a new division 4 for the next season in the London league would lead to a restructure of the whole league including a downsizing of this division from 17 teams to 12 resulting in much more relegation spots than usual.
  2. ^ The division would be renamed London Division 1 South for the next season and along with the whole national restructure of the league system by the RFU lead to mass changes at all levels.


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