Last updated : Monday, 04 December 2023
Leeds Combination League
The Leeds Combination League is an amateur football league in West Yorkshire, England. It was founded in 1907 and currently has 76 clubs competing in 4 divisions.
The Leeds Combination League was founded in 1907 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league's first season consisted of 12 clubs, and the inaugural champions were Holbeck.
The league has grown steadily over the years, and it now has 76 clubs competing in 4 divisions. The top division is the Jubilee Premier Division, followed by Division 1, Division 2, and Division 3.
The 2023-2024 season is currently underway. The Jubilee Premier Division is being led by Chappetown FC, followed by Colton FC and Drighlington (Sundays).
The Leeds Combination League also organizes a number of cup competitions, including the Luty Cup, the Mawson Cup, and the Sanford Cup.
The Luty Cup is the league's oldest cup competition, and it was first played in 1908. The current holders are Chappetown FC.
The Mawson Cup is named after former league chairman John Mawson, and it was first played in 1922. The current holders are Whitkirk Wanderers Sunday.
The Sanford Cup is the league's newest cup competition, and it was first played in 2003. The current holders are Oakley First.