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North West Counties Football League Premier Division
NorthWestCountiesFootballLeague.jpg
Founded
1982
Nation
 England
Promotion To
NPL Division One North or NPL Division One South
Relegation To
NWCFL Division One
Number of Teams
22
Level on Pyramid
Level 9
Cups
FA Cup
FA Vase
NWCFL Challenge Cup
Current Champions (2008-09)
AFC Fylde

The North West Counties Football League Premier Division is a football competition based in England. It sits at step 5 (or level 9) of the National League System. The top club gets promoted to the Northern Premier League Division One North or Northern Premier League Division One South. The bottom club will get relegated to the North West Counties Football League Division One. In the 2008–09 season, the league has 22 clubs.

F.C. United of Manchester were crowned as champions on 18 April 2007 for the 2006–07 season, having won the Division Two title in their first season during 2005–06.

Champions

Abbey Hey | Alsager Town | Ashton Athletic | Atherton Laburnum Rovers | Bacup Borough | Bootle | Colne | Congleton Town | Flixton | Formby | Glossop North End | Maine Road | Nelson | New Mills | Newcastle Town | Padiham | Ramsbottom United | Runcorn Linnets | Silsden | Squires Gate | St Helens Town | Winsford United

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