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North West Counties Football League First Division
Founded
1982
Nation
 England
Promotion To
NWCFL Premier Division
Relegation To
Liverpool County Premier
Mid Cheshire League
Staffordshire County Senior
West Lancashire League
Manchester League
West Cheshire League
Number of Teams
18
Level on Pyramid
Level 10
Cups
FA Cup
FA Vase
NWCFL Challenge Cup
Current Champions (2007-08)
New Mills

The North West Counties Football League First Division is the second division of the North West Counties Football League, a football league based in north-west England.

It sits at step six (or level ten) of the National League System, i.e. it is five levels below the Conference National and nine levels below the FA Premier League. The top three clubs are automatically promoted to the North West Counties Football League Premier Division (assuming they meet the ground requirements of the higher level).

There is a promotion/relegation system in place between Division One and the North West Counties League's feeder leagues, but in recent years few clubs that were eligible for promotion have met the stadium requirements of the North West Counties League, so consequently promotion and relegation between the two levels has not taken place. Because of the lack of local lower-level clubs who meet the league's ground requirements, it only has 18 clubs instead of the 22 provided for in the constitution.

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