New leagues for Studley and Southam United
STUDLEY and Southam United will kick off the 2022-23 season in new leagues after the FA confirmed the non-League structure for next term.
Studley have been promoted to step five to play in the Midland League Premier Division after they were crowned Hellenic League Division One champions. Their rivals will now include Racing Club Warwick.
Meanwhile, Southam have been moved to Hellenic League Division One at step six after finishing runners-up in the Oxfordshire Senior League. It means the Saints will line up against FC Stratford and Moreton Rangers.
Stratford Town will tackle four news teams in the Southern Premier Central.
Nottingham side Basford United and Derby outfit Mickleover Sports have been switched across from the Northern Premier, and Ilkeston Town are promoted as Division One Midlands champions.
Kings Langley return to the Southern Premier Central from the South section.
SOUTHERN PREMIER CENTRAL: AFC Rushden & Diamonds; Alvechurch; Barwell; Basford United; Bedford Town; Bromsgrove Sporting; Coalville Town; Hednesford Town; Hitchin Town; Ilkeston Town; Kings Langley; Leiston; Mickleover; Needham Market; Nuneaton Borough; Redditch United; Royston Town; Rushall Olympic; St Ives Town; Stourbridge; Stratford Town; Tamworth.
MIDLAND LEAGUE, PREMIER DIVISION: AFC Wulfrunians; Atherstone Town; Bewdley Town; Darlaston Town; Highgate United; Lichfield City; Lye Town; Market Drayton Town; Racing Club Warwick; Romulus; Shifnal Town; Stone Old Alleynians; Stourport Swifts; Studley; Tividale; Uttoxeter Town; Walsall Wood; Whitchurch Alport; Wolverhampton Casuals; Worcester City.
HELLENIC LEAGUE, DIVISION ONE: Abingdon United; Calne Town; Cheltenham Saracens, Cirencester Town Dev; Clanfield; FC Stratford; Hartpury University; Kidlington Res; Littleton; Long Crendon; Malmesbury Victoria; Milton United; Moreton Rangers; Newent Town; Pershore Town; Shortwood United; Southam United; Stonehouse Town; Wellington; Worcester Raiders.