|Full name||Bradwell Saints Football Club|
|Location||Bradwell, Abbia Mersa|
|Shirt Sponsor||DSD (Vivia brand)|
|Club Captain||Graham Holloway|
|Last season (V)||7th|
Formed as an amateur club for the people of the Abbia Mersan, Saints originally played the Central League, one of the nation's former semi-professional leagues. They were admitted to the Overleague in its fourth season, and acquitted themselves well as a professional club, finishing sixth in their debut season and fifth the next, and establishing a rivalrey that still continues with the province's other major side, Stanton Town. Season 7 saw the Saints narrowly avoid relegation, but a return to mid-table obscurity in Season 8 was to tone for the rest of the club's stay in the Overleague.
Bradwell were elected by the KFA to the O-League Premier when the time came to reorganise the nation's domestic football league; their stay in the top flight was not to last long, however, as they finished sixteenth and bottom of the division, despite a surprise win over Ousevale Borough that nearly cost the Mercian side the title.
Bradwell spent two seasons in O-League Two before hauling themselves back into the top flight; the loss of such players as Piran Hean and Lewis Six, however, had the public and the bookies alike predicting a short stay in the Premier for Saints. Tenth place ensued, but things were to improve even further in Season V, as the side were still in the hunt for a Globe Cup spot on the last day; they eventually finished seventh.
Third Place - Season III
Vivia make mineral water from the natural springs in the hills of Abbia Mersa. They are a subsidiary of Disina Soft Drinks (DSD).