Last updated : Wednesday, 22 May 2024

ECFA Men's League

The ECFA Men's League is an amateur football league for men aged 16 and over. It is organized by the English Colleges Football Association (ECFA), and is made up of teams from colleges and universities across England.

The league is divided into regional divisions, with each division having a different number of teams. The top teams from each division are promoted to a higher division, while the bottom teams are relegated to a lower division.

History

ECFA Men's League action

The ECFA Men's League was founded in 1974. The original name of the league was the National Colleges Football League. The league was renamed the ECFA Men's League in 2000.

The ECFA Men's League has been won by a number of different teams over the years. The most successful team in the league's history is Sheffield Hallam University, which has won the league 12 times.

Current Season

ECFA Men's League match

The current season of the ECFA Men's League is the 2022-23 season. The league is divided into 12 regional divisions, with each division having a different number of teams.

The top teams from each division will be promoted to a higher division, while the bottom teams will be relegated to a lower division. The winners of each division will qualify for the ECFA Men's Cup.

Sources

ECFA Men's League teams

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