Last updated : Thursday, 04 April 2024

The Len Martin Thanet and District Football League

The Len Martin Thanet and District Football League is an amateur football league based in Thanet, Kent, England. It was founded in 1922 and is named after Len Martin, a former Kent FA chairman.

The league currently has 14 divisions, ranging from the Premier Division to Division 9. There are also a number of cup competitions, including the Len Martin Cup, the Challenge Cup and the Veterans Cup.

The Len Martin Thanet and District Football League action

The league headquarters are located at the Len Martin Sports Ground in Margate.

History

The Len Martin Thanet and District Football League was founded in 1922. The first season consisted of 10 teams, all from the Thanet area. The league has grown steadily over the years and now has over 100 teams competing in its various divisions.

The Len Martin Thanet and District Football League match

The league has been renamed a few times over the years. It was originally called the Thanet and District Football League, but it was renamed the Len Martin Thanet and District Football League in 1985 in honor of Len Martin, a former Kent FA chairman.

Current Season

The current season is the 2022-23 season. The Premier Division is currently being led by Ramsgate, followed by Minster FC and Broadstairs United.

The Len Martin Thanet and District Football League teams

The Len Martin Cup is currently being contested by 32 teams. The Challenge Cup is currently being contested by 24 teams. The Veterans Cup is currently being contested by 16 teams.

Sources

Featured Divisions

Featured Teams

The Len Martin Thanet and District Football League teams come from

  • Herne Bay,
  • Margate,
  • Ramsgate,

and other areas within Kent.

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