Last updated : Saturday, 06 April 2024

Introduction

The Mid Sussex Youth Football League (Msymfl) is an amateur football league for children and young people in Mid Sussex, England. It was founded in 1974 and currently has over 200 teams playing in a variety of age groups from Under 7s to Under 18s.

The Msymfl is affiliated to the Football Association (FA) and its teams compete in the FA's National League System. The league also has its own cup competitions, including the Msymfl Cup and the Msymfl Challenge Cup.

History

Msymfl action

The Msymfl was founded in 1974 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league's first season had just 10 teams, but it has grown steadily over the years and now has over 200 teams.

The Msymfl has a long history of producing talented players. Some of the league's former players who have gone on to professional careers include:

Structure

Msymfl match

The Msymfl is divided into three divisions: Division One, Division Two, and Division Three. Each division has a number of leagues, with each league having between 10 and 12 teams.

The teams in each league play each other twice, home and away. The top teams in each division at the end of the season are promoted to the next division, while the bottom teams are relegated to the lower division.

Cup Competitions

Msymfl teams

In addition to the league, the Msymfl also has its own cup competitions, including the Msymfl Cup and the Msymfl Challenge Cup.

The Msymfl Cup is open to all teams in the league. The competition is single-elimination, with the teams playing each other over two legs. The winners of the Msymfl Cup qualify for the FA Youth Cup.

Msymfl coaches

The Msymfl Challenge Cup is open to teams in Divisions One and Two. The competition is also single-elimination, with the teams playing each other over two legs.

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