A total of eight new clubs and two that have been re-elected are set to take their places in the Watford Sunday League when the 2022/23 season gets under way.

A revised constitution was agreed by the clubs at last week’s annual meeting, with 41 teams due to contest four divisions when the new campaign starts on September 4.

AFC Hatch End are due to be the highest ranked of the new clubs in Division One, with Glenn SSC and St Josephs Reserves due to play in Division Two. The other five new clubs will be in the bottom tier.

League champions North Watford will be aiming to defend their crown in a nine-team Premier Division including Cassiobury Rangers, who were promoted from Division One, and Abbots Langley Club and WFC, who have been moved up from the second tier.

The proposed divisions are:

Premier Division: Abbots Langley Club (UM); Cassiobury Rangers (P); Everett Rovers (formerly Everett Rovers Reed); Evergreen; FC Unicorn; North Watford; Old Fullerians; St Josephs; WDFC (UM).

Division One: AFC Hatch End (NT); Chalfont Saints (UM); Chess United; Forza Watford (UM); Hertfordshire Eagles (P); Langleybury Cricket Club; SOCA; Watford Sports (UM – formerly Watford Youth Sports); Watford Town (UM); Woodside (P).

Division Two: BB FC (P); Dome Bar; Dunnings Bar; Frances George (UM); Glenn SSC (NT); King George (P); Sparta Phoenix; St Josephs Reserves (NT); The Cross (UM – formerly Southern Cross); West Herts; Watford Youth Sports Old Boys (UM).

Division Three: Abbots Wanderers (R); AFC Watford (NT); Batchworth; Bricket wood Acorns; Chorleywood Club (NT – new); Croxley Rangers (NT); Everett Rovers Reserves (NT); Inter; Rio Rovers (RE); PTH United (RE – formerly Wishing Well Watford); Woodside Reserves (NT).

Key: P = promoted; R = relegated; UM = upward movement; NT = new team; RE = re-elected