Last updated : Monday, 27 November 2023
The Tamworth Amateur Football League is a football league in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England. It was founded in 1889, only a year after the Football League, and is one of the oldest amateur leagues in the country.
The league currently has 14 teams, divided into two divisions. The top division is the Premier Division, and the bottom division is the First Division.
The league champions are promoted to the West Midlands Regional League, and the bottom two teams in the Premier Division are relegated to the First Division.
The Tamworth Amateur Football League was founded in 1889 by a group of local businessmen and footballers. The first season of the league consisted of just six teams, but the league has grown steadily over the years and now has 14 teams.
The league has produced a number of professional footballers over the years, including Stephen Smith, who is considered to be the world's first football superstar.
The league has also hosted a number of famous matches over the years, including an FA Amateur Cup tie between Tamworth and Hednesford Town in 1909.
The current season of the Tamworth Amateur Football League is the 2023-2024 season. The Premier Division is currently being led by Tamworth Town, and the First Division is currently being led by Amblecote.
The league cup competition for the 2023-2024 season is the Tamworth Amateur Football League Challenge Cup. The current holders of the cup are Tamworth Town.