Last updated : Friday, 12 April 2024

YEL East Midlands SATURDAY

YEL East Midlands SATURDAY is an amateur football league in the East Midlands region of England. It is affiliated to the Football Association (FA) and is open to teams of all abilities. The league currently has over 500 teams competing in a variety of divisions, from youth to senior level.


YEL East Midlands SATURDAY was founded in 1970. The league has grown steadily over the years and now has a reputation for providing high-quality football. In recent years, the league has also become increasingly committed to promoting equality and diversity.


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YEL East Midlands SATURDAY currently has competitions for teams of all ages, from under-7s to over-60s. The league also has a number of cup competitions, including the YEL East Midlands SATURDAY Cup and the YEL East Midlands SATURDAY Trophy.


YEL East Midlands SATURDAY matches are played at a variety of venues across the East Midlands region. The league has a strict ground grading system in place to ensure that all venues meet the required standards.


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YEL East Midlands SATURDAY is administered by a team of volunteers. The league has a number of committees that are responsible for different aspects of the league's operation, such as fixture lists, disciplinary matters, and cup competitions.


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YEL East Midlands SATURDAY teams come from

  • Balderton,
  • Birmingham,
  • Bottesford i Leicestershire,
  • Breaston,
  • Derby,
  • Keyworth,
  • Mansfield and Mansfield Woodhouse,
  • Nottingham,
  • Sandiacre,
  • Teversal,
  • Tower Hamlets,
  • West Bridgford,

and other areas within , Derbyshire, Leicestershire, London, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.

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