Last updated : Friday, 08 December 2023
The Southern Amateur Football League (SAL) is an association football league in England affiliated to the Amateur Football Alliance (AFA). It is based in and around Greater London and caters for 11–a–side men's adult teams.
The SAL was founded in 1907 and is one of the oldest amateur football leagues in England. The league has fielded a representative team since its inception and has won the FA Inter-League Cup on two occasions, in 2008 and 2018.
The SAL is divided into four sections: Senior (restricted to 1st teams, 3 divisions), Intermediate (4 divisions), Junior North (5 divisions) and Junior South (6 divisions). Teams can be promoted between the Intermediate and Junior Sections but 1st teams wishing to move up to the Senior Section must do by application the League Management Committee (only 1st teams may play in the Senior Section).
- Senior Division: West Wickham (2022-23)
- Intermediate Division 1: Actonians Association (2022-23)
- Intermediate Division 2: Hammersmith (2022-23)
- Junior North Division 1: Norsemen (2022-23)
- Junior North Division 2: Old Parmiterians (2022-23)
- Junior South Division 1: South Bank Cuaco (2022-23)
- Junior South Division 2: Polytechnic (2022-23)