Bumper campaign planned for Herts Senior County League with new teams and a new division

Hatfield Unite FC celebrate

Hatfield United will be hoping for a compete and successful year in Herts Senior County League Division One. - Credit: HATFIELD UNITED FC

A whole new division as well as reserves teams from some of Hertfordshire's biggest clubs make the Herts Senior County League an enticing prospect for 2021-2022.

In total there will be 77 teams involved with 18 of them new to the league.

St Albans City will field a reserve team in the 16-strong Premier Division, alongside the second strings from Cockfosters, Colney Heath, Harefield United, Hoddesdon Town, Royston Town, Welwyn Garden City and Wingate & Finchley.

Hatfield Town and Sandridge Rovers also find themselves in that company.

Division One will have 17 sides with Hatfield United potentially one of the favourites although it will be interesting to see how Harpenden Town's new reserves go as well as Knebworth and Wheathampstead Wanderers.

Hatfield Athletic and Stevenage Borough Community have both been promoted into Division Two and will play Baldock Town Res, Lemsford, Letchworth Eagles Res and Sandridge Rovers Res while Harpenden Rovers, Hatfield Town Res and Lemsford Res are in Division Three.

And the new Division Four will have 14 sides squabbling for the top spot including Hatfield Town U23, Knebworth Res, Letchworth Eagles U21, Little Heath, Stevenage BC Res and Welwyn Pegasus.

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