Last updated : Tuesday, 21 November 2023

Deeside 6 A Side Football League

The Deeside 6 A Side Football League is an amateur football league based in Deeside, North Wales. It was founded in 2003 and currently has over 60 teams competing in the league. The league is divided into three divisions: Premier Division, Division One, and Division Two.


The Deeside 6 A Side Football League was founded in 2003 by Steve Hogan. Steve was a semi-professional referee who wanted to create a football league that was accessible to everyone, regardless of their skill level. The league quickly became popular and has since grown to over 60 teams.

Deeside 6 A Side action

The league is now run by Leisure Leagues, a national organization that operates 5-a-side and 6-a-side leagues across the UK. Leisure Leagues provides the league with referees, facilities, and marketing support.


The Deeside 6 A Side Football League is played on a round-robin basis, with each team playing each other team once. The top two teams in each division at the end of the season are promoted, while the bottom two teams are relegated.

Deeside 6 A Side match

The league is played on Monday, Wednesday, and Sunday evenings at the Deeside Leisure Centre and Ty Calon. Matches are 60 minutes long and are played on 3G artificial turf pitches.


The cost of playing in the Deeside 6 A Side Football League is £30 per team per week. This includes the cost of referees, facilities, and marketing support.

To join

Deeside 6 A Side teams

To join the Deeside 6 A Side Football League, you can contact Steve Hogan at or 07775 902 590.


Featured Divisions

  • Deeside 6 A Side Division 3

    Division 3

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