Spry Premier League
20 teams play a double round robin format against the other 19 teams. Each team plays each other team once at home and once away, for a total of 38 games. At the end of each season the bottom 3 teams are relegated to the FF Championship and replaced with the top 3 teams from the Championship. The winner of the SPL and additional teams also qualify for West Althenean Glory.
PBC and Blu Networks share broadcast rights. Each is allowed half of the games. PBC gets to broadcast all home games from teams finishing in even placing in the finishing table from the season before while Blu gets odd numbered teams. In matches between the teams ranked in the top 5 both are given broadcast rights. The exact financial sums are disclosed, and it is believed they fluctuate depending on games broadcast.
The Spry Premier League has 20 teams that compete, including 17 that played in the previous season. The remaining three teams are elevated from the FF Championship in place of the bottom three teams from the season prior.
Stadia and locations
- Note: Table lists in alphabetical order.
|Bolecambe Wanderers||Sparrow Park||32,463||Bolecambe|
|Celtic West||West Park||24,050||Baileslow|
|CF Insulian conjuntodeleva||Estadio del Pueblo||20,170||Camsetter|
|Chestnut||Anderson Ground||31,500||Chestnut, Hampton|
|Eastleigh Rovers||DingCo Stadium||28,430||Eastleigh, Burwick|
|Easton||Shipmaker Yard||58,630||Easton, Hampton|
|Harlchester United||Percy Park||85,390||Harlchester|
|Hounbroke City||Jamieson Park||32,180||Hounbroke-on-Farnan|
|Northbrook Tuesdays||Ashley Stadium||41,313||Northbrook|
|Oakhall||Kpost Park||51,960||Oakhall, Harlchester|
|Queens Palace||Queens Park||60,338||Hampton|
|Shamrock Aigean||Talun Gairmiula||27,430||Tadgar, Duneria|