Last updated : Sunday, 24 September 2023
Hythe And Folkestone Sunday Morning League
The Hythe and Folkestone Sunday Morning League is an amateur football league based in Kent, England. It was founded in 1979 and currently consists of 20 teams. The league plays its matches on Sunday mornings, and the season runs from September to May.
The Hythe and Folkestone Sunday Morning League was founded in 1979 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league started with just 10 teams, but it has since grown to become one of the largest Sunday leagues in Kent.
The league has been home to some talented players over the years, including former professional footballers such as Steve Claridge and Mark Robins.
The Hythe and Folkestone Sunday Morning League is divided into two divisions: the Premier Division and Division One. The Premier Division is the top division, and it is contested by the strongest teams in the league. Division One is the second division, and it is contested by the teams that are not quite good enough for the Premier Division.
The league also has a cup competition, called the Challenge Cup. The Challenge Cup is open to all teams in the league, and it is played in a knockout format.
The current season of the Hythe and Folkestone Sunday Morning League is the 44th season. The Premier Division is currently being led by Aldington First, while Division One is being led by Stanhope and Beaver Rangers.