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Watson McInally Amateur Football League

The Watson McInally Amateur Football League is a youth football league in Dundee, Scotland. It is affiliated with the Dundee and District Youth Football Association (DDYFA).

History

The league was founded in 1972 by Watson McInally, a local businessman and football enthusiast. The first season of the league had 10 teams competing.

Watson Mcinally action

The league has grown steadily over the years and now has over 40 teams competing in various age groups.

Competitions

The league runs competitions for boys and girls in the following age groups:

  • Under-10
  • Under-11
  • Under-12
  • Under-13
  • Under-14
  • Under-15
  • Under-16
  • Under-17
  • Under-18
Watson Mcinally match

The league also runs a knockout cup competition for each age group.

Venues

The league matches are played at various pitches in Dundee.

Sources

Watson Mcinally teams

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