Sunday Junior Winners 16/17

County Leagues

Play football in Nottinghamshire and join a local league 

Nottinghamshire leagues offer opportunities for teams to play football in a range of formats for players of all ages, regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, ability or disability, or faith.

We understand the importance of local leagues and are proud to support them in their role of providing a safe and structured environment for competition. Teams playing in affiliated adult leagues also have the opportunity to enter Nottinghamshire FA's County Cup competitions.

Please find information on the following leagues in the county below:

 Adult Men's Saturday & Sunday Leagues

Women's Leagues

Youth Leagues

Futsal Leagues

Disability Leagues

ADULT MEN'S LEAGUES  

 

Shaun Fuller

shaunfuller@hotmail.co.uk  

 

35 years +
Simon Harris 
simondavidharris1@gmail.com

Zoe Murr
secretary@nottsseniorleague.co.uk

Youth leagues

Anne Griffiths 

secretary@clipstonecolts.co.uk

 

Martin Beardsley

martin@nyfl.co.uk

David Worley

david@nyfl.co.uk

Robert Harwood

ceo@yelonline.com

WOMEN'S LEAGUE
Disability leagues

Ages (16+)
Once a month
Long Eaton School, Thoresby Road, NG10 3NPgs
1pm – 4pm

League organiser - Kelly Rotherham

kellyrotherham.emrpfl@outlook.com

 

On the Ball league is ran by Notts County Football in the Community on behalf of the Nottingham Disability Football Family Group.
Once a month on Thursday's
Harvey Haddon Sports Village
1pm – 3pm

Mental Health League ran by Notts County Football in the Community
Contact:
Ian Richardson
0115 9055 896

Want 2 Play League (U16)
Meet every other month on Sunday's
Forest Sports Zone
2pm – 4pm

FUTSAL LEAGUES
U18 Boys Saturday Cup Final 2017

National League System

The National League System is the league structure for senior men’s football that sits directly below the Football League, League Two. It stretches from the Football Conference Premier Division at Step 1 through to County Leagues at Step 7.The Women’s Pyramid provides the league structure for the Senior Women’s game, from the Women’s Premier League at Step 1 through to County Leagues at Step 6.

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