Last updated : Friday, 24 November 2023
Fermanagh & Western League
The Fermanagh & Western League is an amateur football league in Northern Ireland. It was founded in 1922 and currently has 30 clubs competing in four divisions. The top division is the Mercer League, followed by the Enda Love Cup, the Brendan Keogh Memorial Cup, and the Reserve Division 1.
The league headquarters are located in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh. The current league champions are Enniskillen Rangers, who have won the title a record 23 times.
The Fermanagh & Western League was founded in 1922 by a group of football enthusiasts in County Fermanagh. The first season of the league consisted of just six clubs, but it has since grown to include 30 clubs.
The league has been dominated by a few clubs over the years. Enniskillen Rangers have won the title a record 23 times, followed by Irvinestown Wanderers (12) and Lisbellaw United (9).
The current season of the Fermanagh & Western League is underway. The Mercer League is currently being led by Enniskillen Rangers, who have won all of their games so far.
The Enda Love Cup is being led by Augher Stars, while the Brendan Keogh Memorial Cup is being led by Drumquin United. The Reserve Division 1 is being led by Ardstraw Reserves.