Formed by 17 Founder Member clubs, 1st and 2nd XI sections only: Addiscombe, Banstead, Beddington, Cheam, Dulwich, East Molesey, Epsom, Guildford, Malden Wanderers, Mitcham, Old Emanuel, Old Whitgiftians, Purley, Spencer, Streatham, Sunbury and Sutton.
Increased to 19 clubs -Ashford and Honor Oak joined.
3rd XI section introduced.
Increased to 22 clubs in 1st and 2nd XI sections - Esher, Oatlands Park and Wimbledon joined.
EVE GROUP plc commenced sponsorship of Championship.
Two new balls per match introduced.
Second Division of 18 clubs, 1st and 2nd XI sections added, with promotion and relegation introduced.
Panel of umpires installed to stand in 1st XI matches. Limitations on contracted and overseas players.
Second Division sections increased to 22 clubs.
3rd XI section increased to 18 clubs.
Second Division of 3rd Xl section introduced.
3rd XI, Second Division increase in clubs.
Promotion and relegation introduced.
SGM votes for Third Division, 1st and 2nd XIs, in 1992.
3rd Xl, Division 3 introduced.
3rd Xl, Division 1 reduced to 10 clubs playing on a home and away basis.
Championship became members of League Cricket Conference.
Division 2 and 3, 1st and 2nd XIs, re-formed in 1996.
AGM votes to indemnify Executive Committee members against legal action.
SGM votes to introduce a Premier Division and a First Division for 1st XIs, each of 10 clubs, to commence in 1999.
SGM votes to delete the word 'amateur' from Rule 2.
Promotion and relegation with the Surrey County League to take effect from end of 1998 season.
SGM votes to introduce a Premier Division and a First Division for 2nd XIs, each of 10 clubs, to commence in 2000.
19th and final season of sponsorship from Eve Group plc. First website goes live.
CASTLE LAGER becomes new Sponsor of Championship.
Premier Division of 10 clubs for 3rd XIs commences.
New website in place.
Commencement of six 10-club Divisions at all 1st and 2nd XI levels.
SHEPHERD NEAME become sponsors of the Championship.
Scoresheets and statistics directly onto Surrey Championship Play-Cricket website.
4th XI League commenced with one Eastern Division of 8 clubs.
ECB Premier 1st XI only, half the itinerary (nine games) played as 50-over matches.
4th XI League increased to 18 clubs in two Division called East and West with 9 clubs in each.
Registrations on Play-Cricket for the Premier and First Division of 1st XIs.
Limited overs introduced for half the itinerary (nine games) for all 1st and 2nd XIs and Premier 3rd XIs.
4th XI increased to 24 clubs in 3 Division, Premier, East and West with 8 clubs in each.
4th XI increased to 30 clubs consisting of the Premier, East and West Divisions to 10 clubs in each.
RYMAN commenced sponsorship of the Championship.
4th XI extended to 34 clubs in 4 Divisions. Premier, (10 clubs) Central (8 clubs), East(8 clubs), & West (8 clubs).
4th XI increased to 36 clubs in the four Divisions. Premier, (10 clubs) Central (8 clubs), East (9 clubs), & West (9 clubs).
Umpires Panel expanded to cover Division 4.