The Combined Counties Football League is a regional men's football league in south-eastern England with members in Berkshire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Jersey, Kent, Middlesex, Oxfordshire, Surrey, and the western half of Greater London, featuring a number of semi-professional clubs. The league is sponsored by Cherry Red Records.
The league consists now of 61 clubs in three divisions: Premier Division North, Premier Division South and Division One. The league also has teams competing in an Under-23 Development Division and Under-18 teams split across North and South divisions.
The Premier Divisions North and South are two of sixteen recognised leagues to form the ninth level of the English football league system (known as Step 5 of the National League System), and Division One is one of seventeen recognised leagues at level 10 (known as Step 6 of the National League System). The Combined Counties Football League is a feeder to the Isthmian League and the Southern League.
The league is a non-profit making organisation operated by a team of volunteer officers.
Notable former members include AFC Wimbledon who began their journey in the Combined Counties League and Guernsey who were the first channel island club in the National league System and the first where league matches required clubs to take a flight to get to their match.