Last updated : Tuesday, 28 November 2023
Fairplay Second Division
The Fairplay Second Division is an amateur football league in England. It is the second tier of the Fairplay Football League, below the Fairplay First Division. The league was founded in 2005 and currently has 20 teams.
How the league works
The Fairplay Second Division is a league of 20 teams, each playing each other home and away once. The top three teams at the end of the season are promoted to the Fairplay First Division, while the bottom three teams are relegated to the Fairplay Third Division.
The league also has a Fairplay Cup, which is competed for by all teams in the league. The cup is a knockout competition, with the winner being crowned Fairplay Cup champions.
The Fairplay Second Division is a "fairplay" league, which means that teams are awarded points for good behavior. For example, teams are awarded one point for every yellow card they avoid, and three points for every red card they avoid. The team with the most fairplay points at the end of the season is awarded the Fairplay Shield.
The Fairplay Second Division is a great way for amateur footballers to enjoy the game in a competitive environment. The league is committed to fair play and sportsmanship, and it is a great place to develop your skills and make new friends.