Last updated : Tuesday, 21 November 2023
James Cropper Westmorland Association Football League
The James Cropper Westmorland Association Football League is an amateur football league in Cumbria, England. It was founded in 1902 and currently consists of 20 teams in two divisions.
The league was founded in 1902 by James Cropper, a local businessman who was a keen supporter of football. The league initially consisted of 10 teams, but has grown over the years to its current size of 20 teams.
The league has been won by a number of different teams over the years, but the most successful team is Kirkby Stephen, who have won the league 16 times. Other successful teams include Windermere, Penrith, and Appleby.
The current season is the 2022-2023 season. The league is divided into two divisions, Division One and Division Two.
Division One is currently being led by Windermere, who have won 10 of their 12 games so far. They are followed by Appleby and Keswick, who are both on 9 points.
Division Two is currently being led by Ibis, who have won 8 of their 10 games so far. They are followed by Kendal United Reserves and Burneside, who are both on 7 points.