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County Leagues

Cambridgeshire FA affiliated leagues

Across Cambridgeshire, county football leagues offer opportunities for teams to play the beautiful game in a range of formats; providing organised football to players of all ages, regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, ability or disability, or faith.

We understand the importance of local leagues and are proud to support them in their role of providing a safe and structured environment for competition. Teams playing in affiliated leagues also have the opportunity to enter the Cambridgeshire FA's County Cup competitions.

The diversity of our leagues provide grassroots opportunities for any teams that want to play football in Cambridgeshire. Please find information on the following leagues in the county below:

Men's Leagues

Match-day: Saturday

Kick-off time: 2pm in Nov, Dec, Jan & Feb. 3pm in all other months

Other information:
 Premier and Senior Leagues sponsored by Kershaw and the lower leagues are sponsored by Mead Plant & Grab. Professionally run from the Cambridgeshire FA headquarters. Referees are appointed to games. Midweek games are expected when necessary. The Cambridgeshire County League includes the Kershaw League (3 divisions), Newmarket Motor Company League (12 divisions) and the Veterans League (2 divisions). The Kershaw Premier Division compete in Step 7 of the football pyramid.

Contact : Phil Mitcham – phil.mitcham@cambridgeshirefa.com

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Match-day: Sunday

Kick-off time: 10:30am

Other information: The CDFL is an excellent starting point for a youth team wanting to move into adult football in a friendly and supportive environment. Our ethos of competitive football coupled with excellent sportsmanship encourages the highest standards of fair play and good behaviour both on and off the pitch. We aim to keep administration down to the minimum level needed to run a football team affiliated to the County FA. The emphasis is on playing football, getting exercise and having fun.

Contact: Adrian Watts – guvnor_watts@hotmail.com

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Match-day: Sunday

Kick-off time: 10:30am

Other information: The handbook will be online (thus saving clubs money) and a guide to running a club is supplied. The league formation is emailed to clubs, but may change depending on clubs re affiliating and new ones joining.

Contact: Les Fry - leslie.fry@ntlworld.com or Ian Read - chairman@vbtrophiesleague.org.uk

Women's Leagues

Match day: Sunday

Kick off time: 11am or 2pm (decided by home team)

Other information: Sponsored by S-Tech. The league currently runs two women’s divisions. Players must be 16 or over. Players who turn 16 during the season can play as soon as they turn 16.

Contact : Chris Abbott for an entry form by emailing Chris.Abbott@CambridgeshireFA.com

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Youth Leagues

Contact : Julie Geecdclsecretary@gmail.com

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Contact : Chris Abbott - chris.abbott@cambridgshirefa.com

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Contact : Heather Smart registrations.cambsminisoccer@yahoo.co.uk

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Contact : Chris Abbott - chris.abbott@cambridgeshirefa.com

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Contact : Hazel Burgess - martynburgess@hotmail.com

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Contact : Wendy Newey - pdflwendy@btconnect.com

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The National league system

The National League System is the league structure for senior men’s football that sits directly below the Football League, League Two. It stretches from the Football Conference Premier Division at Step 1 through to County Leagues at Step 7. 

The Women’s Pyramid provides the league structure for the Senior Women’s game, from the Women’s Premier League at Step 1 through to County Leagues at Step 6.

The FA - National League System

Flexi-League

Our Flexi-League provides an opportunity for those who want to play football but don’t have 11 players able to commit to week in week out fixtures.

We offer regular fixtures in a 6-a-side format allowing for multiple games over the 2 hour time slot every Monday night at Cambourne.

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