Last updated : Monday, 26 February 2024
Hull Boys Sunday League Football
The Hull Boys Sunday League Football is an amateur football league for boys in the Hull area. It was founded in 1967 and currently has over 100 teams competing in a variety of age groups.
The Hull Boys Sunday League Football was founded in 1967 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league started with just a few teams, but it has grown steadily over the years and now has over 100 teams competing in a variety of age groups.
The league is affiliated with the Football Association and its teams compete in the FA Vase and the FA Youth Cup. The league has also produced a number of professional footballers, including Hull City players like Andy Dawson and Ryan Mason.
The Hull Boys Sunday League Football is divided into four divisions: Premier, Division One, Division Two, and Division Three. The Premier Division is the top division and is contested by the best teams in the league. The other divisions are divided into regional groups.
The league season runs from September to May and each team plays each other team in their division once. The top teams in each division are promoted to the next division at the end of the season, while the bottom teams are relegated to the next division.
In addition to the league competition, the Hull Boys Sunday League Football also organizes a number of cup competitions. The most prestigious cup competition is the Munro Cup, which is contested by the top teams in the Premier Division.
Other cup competitions include the Secretary's Cup, the Challenge Cup, and the Charity Shield. The league also organizes a number of youth cup competitions for players under the age of 18.