Last updated : Saturday, 02 December 2023
The East Anglian Sunday Amateur Football Association (E.A.S.A.F.A.) is an amateur football league based in East Anglia, England. It was founded in 1921 and currently has over 200 clubs affiliated to it.
The league is divided into a number of divisions, with each division having its own set of rules and regulations. The top division is the Premier Division, followed by Division One, Division Two, and so on. There are also a number of cup competitions held throughout the season, including the E.A.S.A.F.A. Challenge Cup, the E.A.S.A.F.A. Trophy, and the E.A.S.A.F.A. Junior Cup.
The E.A.S.A.F.A. was founded in 1921 by a group of amateur football clubs in East Anglia. The first chairman of the league was Mr. Fred Howlett, who was also the chairman of Woodbridge Town Football Club.
The league originally had just four divisions, but it has since expanded to include over 200 clubs. The league has also hosted a number of international matches, including a match between England and Scotland in 1924.
The current season of the E.A.S.A.F.A. is the 2023-2024 season. The Premier Division is currently being led by Woodbridge Town Football Club, who are followed by Diss Town Football Club and Gorleston Football Club.
The E.A.S.A.F.A. Challenge Cup is currently being contested by Woodbridge Town Football Club and Diss Town Football Club. The E.A.S.A.F.A. Trophy is currently being contested by Gorleston Football Club and Thetford Town Football Club.