Last updated : Friday, 17 November 2023
The Sandwell Minor League is a grassroots football league for young people in Sandwell, West Midlands. The league was founded in 2004 by Sandwell Leisure Trust, and currently has over 60 teams participating.
The league caters for players aged 7-16, and is divided into four age groups: Under-7s, Under-9s, Under-11s, and Under-13s. There is also a girls' league for players aged 7-11.
The league plays its matches at a variety of venues across Sandwell, including Sandwell Leisure Centre, Tipton Sports Centre, and West Bromwich Albion's Wast Hills training ground.
The Sandwell Minor League was founded in 2004 by Sandwell Leisure Trust. The league was created to provide a safe and structured environment for young people in Sandwell to play football.
The league has grown steadily since its inception, and now has over 60 teams participating. The league is also affiliated to the Football Association, which means that all of its teams are eligible to enter the FA Youth Cup.
The Sandwell Minor League runs a number of competitions for its teams. The main competition is the league cup, which is played on a knockout basis. There are also a number of other competitions, such as the league's annual charity shield match.
The league also runs a number of development competitions for its younger players. These competitions are designed to help players improve their skills and develop their understanding of the game.