Last updated : Thursday, 22 February 2024

Lichfield & District Recreational League

The Lichfield & District Recreational League (LDRL) is an amateur football league based in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. It was founded in 1922 and currently has over 100 teams competing in divisions from Under-7s to Under-21s.

History

The LDRL was founded in 1922 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The first season consisted of just four teams, but the league has since grown to become one of the largest amateur football leagues in Staffordshire.

Lichfield action

The LDRL has a long history of producing talented players. In recent years, several players who have played in the LDRL have gone on to play professional football, including Michael Owen, who played for the Lichfield City Juniors team before joining Liverpool.

Structure

The LDRL is divided into a number of divisions, each of which is further subdivided into a number of leagues. The top division is the Premier Division, which is followed by the First Division, the Second Division, and so on.

Lichfield match

The teams in each division play each other home and away, and the winners of each division are promoted to the next division, while the bottom teams are relegated to the next lower division.

Cup competitions

In addition to the league competitions, the LDRL also runs a number of cup competitions, including the Challenge Cup, the League Cup, and the Floodlit Cup.

Lichfield teams

The Challenge Cup is the oldest cup competition in the LDRL, and is open to all teams in the league. The League Cup is open to teams in the Premier Division and First Division, and the Floodlit Cup is open to teams in the Premier Division.

Sources

Featured Divisions

  • Lichfield Division 3

    Division 3

    1 team
    View Fixtures, Results & League Table

Featured Teams

Are you looking for something ? Search the TeamStats directory...

Team management made easy

Football team organiser? TeamStats is the ultimate football coach app, providing powerful all-in-one software to grassroots football teams around the world.

Learn more
Used around the world by clubs and teams from:
  • The FA Logo - English Football Association
  • Northern Ireland FA Logo
  • Scottish FA logo
  • United States Soccer Logo
  • Welsh FA Logo
  • Eire Football Association Logo
  • Czech Republic Football Association Logo
  • Singapore Football Association Logo
  • Australia FFA logo - Football Federation Australia