Step five and six allocations announced by FA for Spartan South Midlands League

PUBLISHED: 12:58 25 May 2018 | UPDATED: 13:16 25 May 2018

The FA have announced the allocations for step five and six including the Spartan South Midlands League.

The FA have announced the allocations for step five and six including the Spartan South Midlands League.


Clubs in the Spartan South Midlands League can start putting final preparations into place for next season after their opponents were confirmed.

The FA’s league committee have issued the step five and six allocations for the 2018/2019 season.

There are four new teams in the Premier Division, which already included Biggleswade FC, Biggleswade United, Colney Heath, Harpenden Town, London Colney and Stotfold.

Those new sides are Arlesey Town, who were relegated from the Southern League East Division, and Baldock Town and Potton United, who were promoted from SSML Division One and United Counties Football League Division One respectively.

The fourth new team are North Greenford United who have moved across from the Combined Counties Premier Division.

There are also four new teams in SSML Division One for Codicote, Hatfield Town and Langford to face.

They are Amersham Town and Park View, who were both promoted from Division Two, Buckingham Athletic, who have been transferred across from UCL Division One, and a brand-new team with the odd name of Hashtag United.

They are a You Tube club that was founded in 2016 and who play out of the White Hart Lane Community Sports Centre.

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