Last updated : Friday, 24 November 2023
The Scottish Supporters Football League (SSFL) is an amateur football league for fans of Scottish football clubs. It was founded in 2011 by a group of supporters who wanted to create a league where they could play football and still support their favorite teams.
The SSFL currently has 14 teams playing in a single division. The teams are all based in the south of Scotland. The season runs from September to May, with each team playing each other twice.
The SSFL is a friendly and competitive league. The focus is on having fun and playing football, while still supporting your favorite team.
The SSFL was founded in 2011 by a group of supporters of Scottish football clubs. The founders wanted to create a league where they could play football and still support their favorite teams.
The league's first season started in 2011/12 with 6 teams. The league has grown steadily since then and currently has 14 teams playing across 1 division.
- Abbey Vale FC
- Alnwick United FC
- Braes FC
- Glenvale FC
- Hearts Supporters FC
- Kilmarnock Supporters FC
- Queen of the South Supporters FC
- Rangers Supporters FC
- Vale of Tweed United FC
- Wigtown United FC