The Champions division was launched in 2007 with 10 new teams competing.  The National league competition has grown and changed structure over time, but the Championship division has always remained as the 2nd tier powerchair football competition in England.  It now provides promotion to the Premeirship as well as offering a great learning experience for new or younger players.

Honors Board:

Season Competition Winner Runners Up Top Goalscorer
2015/16 WFA Championship Manchester United PFC Middlesbrough PFC

C Darlington - Manchester United PFC - (35)

2014/15 WFA Championship Muscle Warriors PFC Everton PFC J Duke - Everton PFC - (37)
2013/14 WFA Championship Nottingham Forest PFC Evergreen PFC

A Langley - Nottingham Forest PFC - (22)

2012/13 WFA Championship Brighton & Hove Albion PFC Reading PFC

C Wilkinson - Reading PFC - (27)

2011/12 WFA Championship Norwich City PFC Bolton Bullets PFC M Harrison - Bolton Bullets PFC (44)
2010/11 Sirus Championship Northern Thunder Blues Nottinghamshire PFC J Lear - Nottinghamshire PFC (15)
2009/10 WFA Championship Villa Rockets PFC Valence Vikings PFC A Yuill - Gillingham Mean Machines (23)
2008/09 WFA Championship Aspire 2 Valence Vikings PFC D Stevens - Valence Vikings PFC (29)
2007/08 WFA Championship Aspire 2 Northern Thunder Blues R O'Leary - Aspire 2 (40)