Last updated : Friday, 01 December 2023
Rochdale And District Football League
The Rochdale And District Football League is an amateur football league in the Greater Manchester area of England. It was founded in 1921 and currently has 53 teams competing in five divisions.
The league is affiliated to the Lancashire County Football Association and the North West Counties Football League. The top two teams in each division are promoted to the next division at the end of the season, while the bottom two teams are relegated to the lower division.
The Rochdale And District Football League was founded in 1921 by a group of local football clubs. The inaugural season saw 12 teams compete in the league.
The league has grown steadily over the years and now has 53 teams competing in five divisions. The top division is known as Division One, while the bottom division is known as Division Five.
The league has produced a number of talented players over the years, including former England internationals Paul Scholes and David Platt.
The current season of the Rochdale And District Football League began in September 2022 and is scheduled to end in May 2023. The current league leaders are AFC D'Haviland in Division One.
The league cup competitions for the current season are the Chris Shyne Memorial Trophy, the FJ Williams Trophy, the Butterworth Cup, the Alan Haughton Memorial Trophy and the Christine Robinson Memorial League Cup.