Last updated : Sunday, 07 April 2024

Introduction

The Bradford Sunday Alliance Football League is an amateur football league based in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It was founded in 1919 and currently has over 100 clubs affiliated to it. The league is divided into four divisions: Premier Division, Championship, Division 1, and Division 2.

History

The Bradford Sunday Alliance Football League was founded in 1919 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league initially had just four clubs, but it has since grown to over 100 clubs. The league has been through a number of changes over the years, but it has always remained committed to providing a competitive and enjoyable football experience for its members.

Divisions

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The Bradford Sunday Alliance Football League is divided into four divisions:

  • Premier Division
  • Championship
  • Division 1
  • Division 2
The Premier Division is the top division in the league and is home to the best clubs in Bradford. The Championship is the second division, followed by Division 1 and Division 2.

Current Season

The current season of the Bradford Sunday Alliance Football League began in August 2023 and is scheduled to end in May 2024. The Premier Division is currently being led by Bolton Woods First, while the Championship is being led by Eccleshill Punjab FC.

Sources

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