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North And South Lanarkshire Amateur Football Association
The North And South Lanarkshire Amateur Football Association (NSLAFA) was a football league competition for amateur clubs in the Lanarkshire region of Scotland.
It was formed in 2008 but folded in 2017. The association was affiliated to the Scottish Amateur Football Association.
The NSLAFA was formed in 2008 by the merger of the North Lanarkshire Amateur Football Association and the South Lanarkshire Amateur Football Association.
The league was initially split into two divisions, a Premier Division of 10 teams and a 12-strong Division One.
In 2013, the league was expanded to include a third division, with 10 teams.
The NSLAFA folded in 2017 due to financial difficulties.
The NSLAFA was split into three divisions:
- Premier Division (10 teams)
- Division One (12 teams)
- Division Two (10 teams)
The teams in each division played each other twice, home and away.
The top two teams in the Premier Division were promoted to the West of Scotland Amateur Football League, while the bottom two teams were relegated to Division One.
The top two teams in Division One were promoted to the Premier Division, while the bottom two teams were relegated to Division Two.
The top two teams in Division Two were promoted to Division One, while the bottom two teams were relegated to the Lanarkshire Amateur Football League.