West London's biggest Sunday league is back.
Twenty-three of our sides - including eight new ones - will be gracing this page for the next nine months.
We take a look at the runners and riders aiming to make this THEIR season.
SENIOR AMATEUR DIVISION PEARSCROFT UNITED have had to wait to begin their campaign after they romped to promotion last season.
Lack of pitches means Andy Druce's men won't get to kick a ball until this Sunday when they entertain last year's runners-up Valtaro Wasteels.
Meanwhile, former champions Chelsea Town will hope to wrestle the title back from Deborah United when they start against West London SFC, who've reformed under a new guise after finishing third in the division below as West Ten.
SENIOR AMATEUR RESERVE DIVISION BASEMENT BOYS Kensington Athletic have escaped relegation again.
Godfrey Collins' men have earned another reprieve from league administrators after finishing bottom for the second successive year.
Elsewhere, Hammersmith pub team Old Suffolk Punch make their debut, while Cool Oak Rangers and Olympia hope to improve on last season's poor showings.
THREE new sides from our area make their debuts this year to replace the trio who've left.
Golden Lions, Chelsea Town Reserves and LG Diamonds have all called it a day, but in come Dutch side Dansu All Stars, Latimer and My Generation - who've ballooned into a full-side team after a couple of years competing in Westway's five-a-side leagues.
Shoots & Leaves are the team to watch after sealing a second promotion in as many years.
ONLY West London Select remain from our sides in Division Two, after Shoots & Leaves were promoted and Pimlico Village and Maxilla West packed it in. Fulham-based Academy - who impressed in grading games - and FC Lonsdale fill the void.
DIVISION THREE RBL FULHAM were given the green light to go up after the side from the British Legion finished third in Division Four last time around.
Eel Brook Rangers, from Fulham, and London Eagles are our other sides hoping for a promotion push.
DIVISION FOUR RAZORS are our only representatives, and will need to plug a hole in a defence which leaked 73 goals last year - the second worst in the division if they're to make their mark.
ALL three of our sides are back for another long slog.
However, Charing Cross Athletic, Sporting Capital and Pacific Sporting Jubilee will need to improve results if they're to better last season's mid-table finishes.