DIVISION 3 (South)  1935/36
      For full league and cup results  click on by club required.
      P W D L F A Pts
  Leading League goalscorer:
Albert Dawes
 (Crystal Palace)
 38  goals

On Monday April 13th 1936 a makeshift striker, Joe Payne, became the only player ever to score 10 goals in a League match when Luton Town beat Bristol Rovers 12-0.
Goals and Goalscorers

On Saturday 1st February 1936 the record set in 1931/32 of 209 Football League goals scored in one day was equalled.
All the results

  1 Coventry City 42 24 9 9 102 45 57 Promoted
    2 Luton Town 42 22 12 8 81 45 56
    3 Reading 42 26 2 14 87 62 54
    4 Queens Park Rangers 42 22 9 11 84 53 53
    5 Watford 42 20 9 13 80 54 49
    6 Crystal Palace 42 22 5 15 96 74 49
    7 Brighton & Hove Albion 42 18 8 16 70 63 44
    8 Bournemouth 42 16 11 15 60 56 43
    9 Notts County 42 15 12 15 60 57 42
    10 Torquay United 42 16 9 17 62 62 41
    11 Aldershot 42 14 12 16 53 61 40
    12 Millwall 42 14 12 16 58 71 40
    13 Bristol City 42 15 10 17 48 59 40
    14 Clapton Orient* 42 16 6 20 55 61 38
    Season Results 15 Northampton Town 42 15 8 19 62 90 38
    16 Gillingham 42 14 9 19 66 77 37
    17 Bristol Rovers 42 14 9 19 69 95 37
    18 Southend United 42 13 10 19 61 62 36
    19 Swindon Town 42 14 8 20 64 73 36
    20 Cardiff City 42 13 10 19 60 73 36
    21 Newport County 42 11 9 22 60 111 31 Re-election position
    22 Exeter City 42 8 11 23 59 93 27 Re-election position
   
    * now Leyton Orient
   
   

R Three Southern League clubs challenged the two clubs seeking re-election in the vote for League membership. Voting -

48 votes Exeter City Re-elected to the Football League
40 Newport County Re-elected to the Football League
9 Bath City Not elected to the Football League
1 Dartford Not elected to the Football League
1 Folkestone Not elected to the Football League