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London 2 South East

London 2 South East
Current season or competition:
2015–16 London 2 South East
Sport Rugby union
Number of teams 12
Country  England
Holders Maidstone (2014–15)
(promoted to London 1 South)

London 2 South East is an English level 7 Rugby Union League.[1] It is made up of teams predominantly from London, Sussex, Kent and Surrey. The twelve teams play home and away matches from September through to April.

Promoted teams move up to London 1 South with the league champions being promoted automatically and the runners up playing the runners up from London 2 South West while demoted teams tend to move down to London 3 South East.


  • Teams for 2015-2016 1
  • Teams for 2014-2015 2
  • Teams for 2013-2014 3
  • Teams for 2011-2012 4
  • London 2 South East Honours 5
  • References 6
  • See also 7
  • External links 8

Teams for 2015-2016

Teams for 2014-2015

Teams for 2013-2014

Teams for 2011-2012

London 2 South East Honours

London 2 South East
Season No of teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
1998-99[2] 16 Maidstone Brighton Uckfield London Division 3 South East
1999-00[3] 17 Brighton Worthing Horsham, Medway, Beccehamian, Hove, Park House, Folkestone, Heathfield & Waldron, Dartfordians, Chichester, Eastbourne[n 1] London Division 3 South East
2000-01[4] 10 Tunbridge Wells Sidcup Askean, Cranbrook London Division 3 South East
2001-02[5] 10 Worthing Sidcup Crawley, Old Dunstonians London Division 3 South East
2002-03[6] 10 Sidcup Dartfordians Betteshanger, East Grinstead, Eastbourne London Division 3 South East
2003-04[7] 10 Dartfordians Lewes No relegation due to restructure of league from 10 teams to 12 London Division 3 South East
2004-05[8] 12 Maidstone Sevenoaks Cobham, Charlton Park London Division 3 South East
2005-06[9] 12 Tunbridge Wells Purley John Fisher Brighton, Dartfordians London Division 3 South East
2006-07[10] 12 Sidcup Purley John Fisher Folkestone, Bognor London Division 3 South East
2007-08[11] 12 Gravesend Dover Tonbridge Juddian, Old Mid-Whitgiftian[n 2] London Division 3 South East
2008-09[12] 12 Old Elthamians Aylesford Bulls[n 3] Lordswood London Division 3 South East
2009-10[13] 12 Tonbridge Juddian Hove Eastbourne, Bromley London Division 2 South East
2010-11[14] 12 Old Elthamians Aylesford Bulls Maidstone, Purley John Fisher London Division 2 South East
2011-12[15] 12 East Grinstead Charlton Park Old Mid-Whitgiftian, Tunbridge Wells London Division 2 South East
2012-13[16] 12 Brighton Charlton Park Thanet Wanderers, Old Dunstonians London Division 2 South East
2013-14[17] 12 Charlton Park Maidstone Heathfield & Waldron, Lewes, Warlington London Division 2 South East
2014-15[18] 11 Maidstone Medway Aylesford Bulls, Ashford London Division 2 South East
Green backgrounds are promotion places.
  1. ^ The creation of a new division 4 below this league for the next season would lead to a downsizing of the division from 17 teams to 10 resulting in much more relegation spots than usual.
  2. ^ The division would be renamed London Division 2 South East 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.
  3. ^ Both Aylesford Bulls and the runners up from London 2 West, Wimbledon, were promoted to London 2 South this year.


  1. ^ "League Make up". Sussex Rugby Union. 
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See also

External links

  • London 2 South East results at the Rugby Football Union
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