Last updated : Saturday, 25 November 2023
Practical Liverpool District Sunday League
The Practical Liverpool District Sunday League is an amateur football league based in Liverpool, England. It was founded in 1903 and is currently one of the largest Sunday leagues in the UK, with over 200 teams competing in a variety of divisions.
The Practical Liverpool District Sunday League was founded in 1903 by a group of local businessmen. The league was originally called the Liverpool Sunday League, but it was renamed the Practical Liverpool District Sunday League in 1919.
The league has been running continuously since its inception, and it has seen a number of changes over the years. In the early days, the league was only open to amateur players, but it eventually opened up to semi-professional players as well. The league has also expanded over the years, and it now has teams from all over Liverpool and the surrounding area.
The Practical Liverpool District Sunday League is divided into a number of divisions, based on the level of competition. The top division is the Premier Division, and the lowest division is the Division 10. There are also a number of cup competitions, including the League Cup, the Challenge Cup, and the President's Cup.
How to Join
To join the Practical Liverpool District Sunday League, you can contact the league secretary. The league website has a full list of contact details.
The league season runs from September to April, and each team plays a number of matches each season. The top teams in each division are promoted to the higher division, and the bottom teams are relegated to the lower division.