Last updated : Sunday, 26 November 2023
The Barnsley Amateur Football League is an amateur football league based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England. It was founded in 1907 and currently consists of 20 teams.
The league is divided into two divisions, the Premier Division and Division One. The top two teams in the Premier Division are promoted to the Yorkshire Amateur League at the end of the season, while the bottom two teams are relegated to Division One.
The league cup is the Barnsley Amateur Challenge Cup. It is competed for by all teams in the league.
The league's headquarters are at Oakwell Stadium, the home of Barnsley Football Club.
The Barnsley Amateur Football League was founded in 1907. The inaugural season consisted of 10 teams.
The league has been expanded several times over the years. In 1972, it was expanded to two divisions. In 1997, it was expanded to three divisions.
The league has produced a number of professional footballers, including Joe Richards, who played for Barnsley Football Club and England.
The current season is the 2023-2024 season. The Premier Division is currently led by Barnsley Town, while Division One is currently led by Wath Wanderers.
The Barnsley Amateur Challenge Cup is currently being contested by all teams in the league. The semi-finals are scheduled to be played on February 11, 2024, and the final is scheduled to be played on March 11, 2024.