Last updated : Friday, 24 November 2023
London & Kent Suburban Sunday League
The London & Kent Suburban Sunday League is an amateur football league in England. It was founded in 1903 and currently has over 200 clubs in its membership. The league is divided into a number of divisions, with the top division being the Premier Division.
The London & Kent Suburban Sunday League was founded in 1903 by a group of clubs from the London and Kent area. The league's first season consisted of just eight teams, but it has since grown to become one of the largest amateur football leagues in England.
- Congratulations to both The Oddfellows Arms & Danson Invicta who have both made the Bob Snow Cup final in there 1st season with the league.
- The London and Kent Suburban Football League is currently divided into 10 divisions, with the top division being the Premier Division.
- The league champions are promoted to the Kent League, while the bottom two teams in the Premier Division are relegated to Division One.
The London & Kent Suburban Sunday League has been home to some famous players over the years, including:
- Terry Venables
- Alan Shearer
- David Beckham
Venables played for Leytonstone in the league in the early 1960s, while Shearer and Beckham both played for Welling United in the 1980s.