Last updated : Saturday, 29 June 2024

Altrincham and District Amateur Football League

The Altrincham and District Amateur Football League (ADAFL) is an amateur football league based in the Altrincham area of Greater Manchester, England.

The league was founded in 1932 and currently has 20 teams competing in its Saturday Division One. There is also a Friday Elevens League and a Friday Elevens Summer League.


Altrincham And Dsitrict Football League action

The ADAFL was founded in 1932 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league originally had just six teams, but it has since grown to become one of the largest amateur football leagues in the region.

The ADAFL has a long and proud history, and it has produced some talented players over the years. Former Manchester United player John O'Shea played in the league for Sale Amateurs in the early 1990s.

Current Season

Altrincham And Dsitrict Football League match

The current season of the ADAFL is underway, and the title race is hotly contested. The top three teams are Baguley Athletic, Bollington Town, and Sale Amateurs.

The ADAFL also has a cup competition, the Altrincham and District Senior Cup. The cup is currently held by Baguley Athletic, who won it in 2022.

Future Plans

Altrincham And Dsitrict Football League teams

The ADAFL is looking to expand in the future. The league is hoping to add more teams to its Saturday Division One, and it is also considering launching a Sunday league.

The ADAFL is also committed to promoting youth football. The league runs a junior football league, and it is also working with local schools to encourage more children to play football.


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