Last updated : Sunday, 17 September 2023
Huddersfield and District Association Football League
The Huddersfield and District Association Football League is an amateur football league based in the area of Huddersfield, England. It was founded in 1898 and currently has 51 teams competing in four senior divisions and four reserve divisions.
The Huddersfield and District Association Football League was founded in 1898 by a group of local football clubs. The league initially had just two divisions, but this was expanded to four divisions in 1904. The league has been through a number of changes over the years, but it has always been a popular competition for amateur footballers in the Huddersfield area.
The most successful team in the history of the league is Newsome, who have won the championship 11 times. Other successful teams include Brackenhall United (8 titles), Golcar United (7 titles), and Holmfirth Town (6 titles).
The 2023-2024 season is currently underway. The top division of the league is called Division One, and it is currently being led by AFC Lindley. Other teams in contention for the title include Berry Brow, Golcar United, and Kirkheaton Rovers.
The league also has a number of cup competitions, including the Barlow Cup and the Groom Cup. The Barlow Cup is the oldest cup competition in the league, and it is currently being held by Linthwaite Athletic. The Groom Cup is the most recent cup competition in the league, and it is currently being held by Kirkheaton Rovers.