1919 Isthmian League

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The 1919 season was the tenth in the history of the Isthmian League , an English football competition.

Of the eleven clubs who competed in the 1913–14 season, only five returned for this season; four did not resume until the 1919–20 season, whilst two (New Crusaders and Shepherd's Bush) had left the league. Leytonstone were champions, winning their first Isthmian League title.

League table

Isthmian League
Season1919
Champions Leytonstone
Matches played20
Goals scored94 (4.7 per match)
1919–20
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGRPts
1 Leytonstone 85122173.00011
2 Ilford 842222161.37510
3 Dulwich Hamlet 832319171.1188
4 Nunhead 832318190.9478
5 Clapton 803514350.4003
Source: fchd.com rsssf.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal ratio.

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