The competition was formed in 1898 and reformed in 1935, and has been providing a high standard of amateur football across the county and beyond ever since.
The League is progressive, and was awarded full Step Seven status by the Football Association in 2011, with a hard-working Committee always looking to innovate and provide an excellent standard of competitive and affordable football.
We are currently sponsored by our friends from HertSavers Credit Union, who provide financial services to the people of Hertfordshire and are enthusiastic partners.
The competition is split into three elements, the Senior, Reserve and Development, and Inclusive Sections, and we also run five cup competitions; the Aubrey Cup, Bingham-Cox-Cup, Greg Cup, Cecil Hudson Cup and Chairman's Cup.
The Senior Section has two divisions with promotion to the Spartan South Midlands League for our Champions or other eligible clubs, the Reserve and Development Section has two geographically-organised divisions, with the Championship being decided by a Final between the two divisional champions, and this Section includes the reserve teams of our Senior Section clubs, plus 'Development' teams, with the aim being to provide a nursery environment for teams and players moving up to open age football for the first time.
The Inclusive Section provides competitive football for players with a wide range of disabilities and learning difficulties, the League merging with the Herts Inclusive League in 2013 to create this Section, the first time that a mainstream competition had incorporated inclusive football in its structure.
On this website, you will find information on fixtures, results, cup competitions and league tables, weekly reviews, news and updates on our Representative Team under the News menu, plus information on all our clubs and the League Management Committee under the League menu.
You can also follow the League on Twitter at @hscfl.
We hope you find the website useful and informative, and thank you for your interest in the HertSavers Senior County League.