Last updated : Sunday, 03 December 2023


Leafair is an amateur football league based in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 2010 and currently has over 100 teams competing in various divisions.

The league is open to all players, regardless of age or ability. It is a great way to get involved in football and meet new people.

Leafair action

Leafair is affiliated with the Amateur Football Alliance (AFA). The AFA is the governing body for amateur football in England and Wales.

Season Structure

The Leafair season runs from September to May. There are two divisions, the Premier Division and the Division One.

Leafair match

Each division has 10 teams. The teams play each other twice, once at home and once away.

The top two teams in the Premier Division at the end of the season are promoted to the AFA National League. The bottom two teams are relegated to Division One.

Leafair teams

The top two teams in Division One at the end of the season are promoted to the Premier Division. The bottom two teams are relegated to the AFA County League.

How to Get Involved

If you are interested in getting involved in Leafair, you can contact the league via their website.

Leafair coaches

The website also has a list of all the teams in the league, so you can find one that is close to you.

You can also contact the AFA for more information.


Leafair results

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