Last updated : Monday, 27 November 2023
About Eccles Sunday League
The Eccles Sunday League is an amateur football league based in Eccles, Greater Manchester, England. It was founded in 1922 and currently has 3 divisions, with a total of 31 teams. The league plays its matches on Sundays during the summer season.
The Eccles Sunday League is a popular league with a strong community spirit. It is open to all players of all abilities, and teams are made up of friends and colleagues. The league is also committed to promoting fair play and sportsmanship.
- First Division: This is the top division in the Eccles Sunday League. It is made up of the strongest teams in the league.
- Second Division: This division is for teams that are not quite as strong as the teams in the First Division.
- Third Division: This division is for teams that are new to the Eccles Sunday League or that are not as strong as the teams in the First and Second Divisions.
- Margaret Piggott Cup: This is the oldest cup competition in the Eccles Sunday League. It is named after Margaret Piggott, who was the league's first secretary.
- TJ Judge Cup: This cup competition is named after TJ Judge, who was a long-serving member of the Eccles Sunday League committee.
- Archie Wyche Challenge Cup: This cup competition is named after Archie Wyche, who was a former chairman of the Eccles Sunday League.