Last updated : Thursday, 30 November 2023
Strathclyde Saturday Morning AFL
The Strathclyde Saturday Morning AFL is an amateur football league based in the Strathclyde region of Scotland. It was founded in 1962 and currently has over 100 member clubs.
The league was originally known as the Strathclyde Civil Service League, but it changed its name to the Strathclyde Saturday Morning AFL in 1989. The oldest active club in the league is Tynecastle AFC, who were formed in 1978.
The league is divided into five divisions: Premier Division, Championship A, Championship B, Division 1A, and Division 1B. There is also a Development Section for younger players.
The top two teams from each division are promoted at the end of the season, while the bottom two teams are relegated.
The league also runs a number of cup competitions, including the JST ELECTRONICS Strathclyde Cup, the Cutting Edge Engravers Champions Cup, the JST ELECTRONICS Glasgow Cup, the DK TILING SERVICE Lanarkshire Cup, and the Spark Commanders & Totally Rewired Renfrewshire and Inverclyde Cup.