The League was originally formed as the Mid-Warwickshire Boys Football League, following Founding Member Derek Pickering's amalgamation of the Kenilworth Youth League and the Leamington Boys League in 1979.
The League badge is based on the Armorial Bearings of the Warwick District Council in which: The Castle represents Warwick Borough, Four Crosses signify the four Warwick Areas, above the Shield is a closed Helm with its crest wreath and decorating mantle. The crest has at its base a circlet of alternate fleurs-de-lys and five pointed stars, the emblems of the Clintons. The double tailed lion of the Dudley's supports the Aesculapian Rod, the symbol of healing and the Spa. The supports are the Bear and Ragged Staff of the Earls of Warwick, but without the muzzle and chain to emphasis the freedom of the people to speak and act. The collar of the bear is of oak and alludes to the Forest of Arden.
The League, in adopting the badge, appreciate that freedom includes responsibilities. These are: to provide organised football in accordance with the Laws of the Game, to improve the standard of play both in skill and sportsmanship, through the individual team managers and members, to set an example in behaviour by encouraging their players, without decrying their opponents or officials.
SOCIETAS FIRMITAS IN SOCII EST
"The strength of the League is in its members"