Last updated : Monday, 04 December 2023
Stockport District Sunday Football League
The Stockport District Sunday Football League is an amateur football league in Greater Manchester, England. It was founded in 1921 and currently has over 100 teams competing in a variety of divisions.
The Stockport District Sunday Football League was founded in 1921 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league initially had just four teams, but it has grown steadily over the years and now has over 100 teams competing in a variety of divisions.
The league has been home to some famous players over the years, including former England internationals Gary Neville and Phil Neville. The league also has a strong youth development program, which has produced a number of talented players who have gone on to play professional football.
The Stockport District Sunday Football League currently has 10 divisions, ranging from the Premier Division to Division 10. The Premier Division is the top division in the league, and it is home to some of the best amateur teams in the area.
The other divisions are split into two groups, North and South. The teams in each group play each other twice, once home and once away. The top teams in each division at the end of the season are promoted to the next division, while the bottom teams are relegated to the next division.
The Stockport District Sunday Football League also runs a number of cup competitions, including the Challenge Cup, the League Cup, and the Presidents Cup. The Challenge Cup is the most prestigious cup competition in the league, and it is open to all teams in the league.
The other cup competitions are open to teams in certain divisions. The League Cup is open to teams in Divisions 1 to 5, while the Presidents Cup is open to teams in Divisions 6 to 10.