Last updated : Tuesday, 04 June 2024

Amateur Football Combination

The Amateur Football Combination (AFC) is a football league based in and around London and the Home Counties, and is believed to be the biggest adult football league in Europe.

It was founded in 1919 and currently has around 75 clubs and 200 teams playing Saturday afternoons from September through to May. The AFC comprises more than 1% of adult male 11-a-side football teams in England.

History

Amateur Football Combination action

The AFC was founded in 1919 by a group of amateur football clubs in London. The original intention was to provide a competitive league for teams that were not affiliated to the Football Association.

The AFC has grown steadily over the years and now has teams from all over London and the Home Counties. The league is divided into 19 divisions, with the top division being the Premier Division.

Competitions

Amateur Football Combination match

The AFC runs a number of competitions, including the LOB Challenge Cup, the LOB Intermediate Cup, and the LOB Junior Cups. The league also has a number of cup competitions for reserve and veteran teams.

Recent Champions

  • Premier Division: Dorkinians (2022-23)
  • Division One: Old Haberdashers (2022-23)
  • Division Two: Balham & Tooting United (2022-23)
  • Division Three: Eastcote (2022-23)
  • Division Four: Teddington Town (2022-23)

Sources

Featured Divisions

Featured Teams

Amateur Football Combination teams come from

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  • Acton,
  • Cheam,
  • Chiswick,
  • Dorking,
  • Edgware,
  • Mill Hill,
  • Shiplake,
  • Surbiton,
  • Walthamstow,

and other areas within Greater London, London, Oxfordshire, Surrey.

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