Last updated : Sunday, 26 November 2023
Lancashire and Cheshire Amateur Football League
The Lancashire and Cheshire Amateur Football League is an English association football league founded in 1909. It is the biggest of the open age Saturday afternoon men's leagues in the region, having seven divisions – Premier, One, Two, Three, A, B and C. Historically the divisions named A-D were for Reserve sides of teams in the top four divisions, but 1st teams can now play at the lower levels. In 2023-24, three divisions now have this style of name.
The league is overseen by the local Football Association, the Manchester FA. The league pioneered the Respect Charter in 2002. When the FA later adopted the Respect programme, the league was a pilot League for this. The launch took place at Chorltonians FC's Police Club ground, Hough End.
- In the 2022-23 season, the Premier Division was won by Urmston Town.
- The Division One title was won by West Didsbury & Chorlton.
- The Division Two championship was claimed by Eagley.
- The Division Three winner was Prestwich Heys.
- The Division A title was won by Salford City Social.
- Division B was won by Ramsbottom United.
- Division C was claimed by FC United of Manchester Reserves.