Last updated : Saturday, 02 December 2023
East of Scotland Football League
The East of Scotland Football League (EoSFL) is a senior football league based in the east and south-east of Scotland. The league sits at levels 6–9 on the Scottish football league system, acting as a feeder to the Lowland Football League.
Founded in 1923, it is currently composed of 59 member clubs competing in four divisions:
Traditionally clubs were located in Edinburgh, Lothians and the Scottish Borders however the league has now expanded and also includes clubs from Clackmannanshire, Falkirk, Fife, Stirling, and Perth. Since 2014–15 it has featured in the senior pyramid system.
The EoSFL is affiliated to the Scottish Football Association and is responsible for the administration of its member clubs. The league also runs a number of cup competitions, including the East of Scotland Qualifying Cup, the King Cup, the Alex Jack Cup, and the Challenge Cup.