Football Club History Database - Lancashire & Cheshire Amateur League History - lancashire and cheshire amateur football league


Lancashire Amateur League lancashire and cheshire amateur football league

The Lancashire Amateur League provides adult Saturday football across Lancashire. Formed in 1899 we now have 37 clubs running 73 teams across 6 divisions and are an FA Charter Standard League.

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About the League. The Lancashire Amateur Football League (more commonly known as the LAL) was founded in 1899 Clubs are situated throughout the old boundaries of Lancashire & Cheshire; stretching from Preston in the North, Southport in the West, Rochdale and Country: England.

Good day in Lancs Amateur Cup for Lancs and Cheshire. County Cups. Lancashire Amateur Cup. The first round of the Lancashire Amateur Cup saw four teams have impressive victories to move into the next round. Leading the way were reigning Premier Division champions Rochdalians who were too hot to handle as they despatched LAL’s Old Ashtonians 4-0.