Last updated : Saturday, 25 November 2023
Ryman U21's League
The Ryman U21's League is an amateur football league in England for under-21 players. It is the top tier of U21 football in the Ryman League, and is divided into three divisions: North, South, and East. The league was founded in 2017.
The Ryman U21's League was founded in 2017 as a way to bridge the gap between youth football and senior football. The league is open to clubs that are members of the Ryman League, and it is intended to provide players with the opportunity to develop their skills and experience at a higher level.
The inaugural season of the Ryman U21's League saw 20 clubs compete in two divisions. The North Division was won by Enfield Town U21s, while the South Division was won by Maidstone United U21s.
The Ryman U21's League is played in a double round-robin format, with each team playing each other team twice. The top two teams in each division at the end of the season are promoted to the next higher division, while the bottom two teams in each division are relegated to the next lower division.
The league season runs from September to May. The winners of each division are awarded the Ryman U21's League Trophy.