Last updated : Wednesday, 29 November 2023
Aberdeenshire Amateur Football Association
The Aberdeenshire Amateur Football Association (AAFA) is the governing body for amateur football in the City of Aberdeen and County of Aberdeenshire in North East Scotland. They run the Aberdeenshire Amateur Football League and associated cup competitions.
The AAFA was founded in 1947 and currently has a membership of 59 clubs. The league is split into five divisions: Premier Division, Division One (North), Division One (East), Division Two (North), and Division Two (East).
The champions of each division in the 2021-22 season were:
- Premier Division: Kincorth
- Division One (North): Nicolls Amateurs
- Division One (East): Alford
- Division Two (North): Burghmuir
- Division Two (East): Grammar
The AAFA is affiliated to the Scottish Amateur Football Association (SAFA). The SAFA is the governing body for amateur football in Scotland.
The AAFA has a number of cup competitions, including the Aberdeenshire Amateur Cup, the North of Scotland Amateur Cup, and the Aberdeen FC Trophy.
The AAFA also runs a number of development programs for young players, including the Aberdeenshire Schools Football Association and the Aberdeenshire Youth Football Association.
The AAFA is committed to providing opportunities for all people to play amateur football, regardless of age, gender, or ability.
For more information about the AAFA, please visit their website: www.aberdeenshireafa.com