Combined Counties LeagueThe Combined Counties League is a regional English football league comprised of teams in several counties near London. Its current title sponsor is a company named Seagrave Haulage, so it may often be referred to as the Seagrave Haulage Football League rather than by its permanent, legal name.
Players are as a rule only paid expenses, and attendance at league games is usually under a hundred unless AFC Wimbledon are playing.
League champions are eligible for promotion to the Ryman Isthmian League, if their stadium facilities and arrangements are deemed adequate; if the champion does not qualify, the runner-up may be offered for election to the higher league. However, 2001/2002 champions AFC Wallingford did not qualify, and they were the runners-up to 2002/2003 champions Withdean 2000, who also did not qualify, so no team was promoted in either year.
There are 24 teams in the Premier Division, and there is also a Reserve Division. The Surrey Senior League and other local leagues are beneath the CCL on the football pyramid.