Last updated : Monday, 27 November 2023
Airdrie & Coatbridge Sunday Amateur Football League
The Airdrie & Coatbridge Sunday Amateur Football League (ACSFL) is an amateur football league in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It was founded in 1921 and currently has 30 clubs competing in three divisions: the Railway Garage Premier Division, the Sublime Design Championship Division, and the Be Teamwear First Division.
The ACSFL was founded in 1921 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The original competition consisted of just four teams: Airdrie Thistle, Coatbridge Thistle, Albion Rovers, and Drumpellier Rovers. The league has grown steadily over the years and now has over 300 players competing in three divisions.
The ACSFL has a long and proud history of producing talented footballers. Some of the players who have come through the ranks of the ACSFL include:
- Jim Forrest (Celtic, Scotland)
- Alex Ferguson (Aberdeen, Manchester United)
- Frank McAvennie (Celtic, West Ham United)
- John McGinn (Aston Villa, Scotland)
- James Tavernier (Rangers, Scotland)
The current season of the ACSFL began in August 2023. The Railway Garage Premier Division is currently being led by FC Pather, who have won all of their games so far. The Sublime Design Championship Division is being led by Airdrie Community, while the Be Teamwear First Division is being led by Eastend Athletic.