Last updated : Tuesday, 19 September 2023
Lazarou Cardiff Sunday League
The Lazarou Cardiff Sunday League is an amateur football league in Cardiff, Wales. It was founded in 1970 and currently has 30 teams competing in three divisions. The league is named after its sponsor, Lazarou Group, a local construction company.
The Lazarou Cardiff Sunday League was founded in 1970 by a group of friends who wanted to create a competitive football league for amateur players in Cardiff. The league quickly grew in popularity and now has over 300 players competing in three divisions.
The league has been sponsored by Lazarou Group since 2000. Lazarou Group is a local construction company that is committed to supporting local sports teams. The company's sponsorship has helped to make Lazarou Cardiff Sunday League one of the most successful amateur football leagues in Wales.
- COORS Premier Division
- Everson Sports & Trophies Division One
- HONESTMAN4HIRE Division Two
- Lazarou Challenge Cup
The league has four competitions: the Coors Premier Division, the Everson Sports & Trophies Division One, the HONESTMAN4HIRE Division Two, and the Lazarou Challenge Cup. The Coors Premier Division is the top division, followed by the Everson Sports & Trophies Division One and the HONESTMAN4HIRE Division Two. The Lazarou Challenge Cup is a knockout competition open to all teams in the league.