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Yltfa League

The Yltfa League is an amateur football league based in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1972 and currently has over 100 clubs affiliated to it. The league is divided into a number of divisions, with each division having its own set of rules and regulations.

History

The Yltfa League was founded in 1972 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league started with just a few clubs, but it has grown steadily over the years. Today, the Yltfa League has over 100 clubs affiliated to it, and it is one of the largest amateur football leagues in the United Kingdom.

Yltfa League action

The league is named after the Yorkshire Amateur Football Association, which is the governing body for amateur football in Yorkshire. The Yltfa League is affiliated to the Yorkshire Amateur Football Association, and it follows the association's rules and regulations.

Divisions

The Yltfa League is divided into a number of divisions, with each division having its own set of rules and regulations. The top division is the Premier Division, and the bottom division is the Division 10. There are also a number of cup competitions held throughout the season.

  • Premier Division
  • Division 1
  • Division 2
  • Division 3
  • Division 4
  • Division 5
  • Division 6
  • Division 7
  • Division 8
  • Division 9
  • Division 10

Sources

Yltfa League match

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