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Dorset County Football Association
The Dorset
Dorset
County Football Association is the County Football Association for Dorset. The Dorset
Dorset
County FA traces its root back to the South Hants and Dorset
Dorset
Football Association which was founded in 1884. Three years later in 1887, due to the growth of football in the area, the South Hants and Dorset
Dorset
FA split into the Dorset
Dorset
County Football Association and the Hampshire Football Association.[1] They run a number of cups for member clubs of all levels across the county. County cups[edit] The Dorset
Dorset
County FA run a number of county cups, including: Dorset
Dorset
Senior Cup Dorset
Dorset
Senior Trophy Dorset
Dorset
Women's CupReferences[edit]^ "About Us". www.dorsetfa.com. Archived from the original on 26 February 2009
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Dorset
Dorset
Dorset
(/ˈdɔːrsɪt/; archaically, Dorsetshire) is a county in South West England
England
on the English Channel
English Channel
coast. The ceremonial county comprises the non-metropolitan county, which is governed by Dorset County Council, and the unitary authority areas of Poole
Poole
and Bournemouth. Covering an area of 2,653 square kilometres (1,024 sq mi), Dorset
Dorset
borders Devon
Devon
to the west, Somerset
Somerset
to the north-west, Wiltshire
Wiltshire
to the north-east, and Hampshire
Hampshire
to the east. The county town is Dorchester which is in the south. After the reorganisation of local government in 1974 the county's border was extended eastward to incorporate the Hampshire
Hampshire
towns of Bournemouth and Christchurch
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Royal Marines Football Association
The Royal Marines Football Association (RMFA), also known as the Royal Marines FA, is the governing body for association football in the Royal Marines.[1]Contents1 History 2 Inter Services Championships 3 Inter Regional Competition 4 Tunney Cup 5 Wall of Fame 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksHistory[edit]See footnote.[2]Inter Services Championships[edit]See footnote.[3]Inter Regional Competition[edit] The Inter Regional Competition – formerly called the Royal Navy Inter Command Competition – is an annual competition for the Inter Regional Cup.[4][5] Tunney Cup[edit] The Royal Marines Annual Football Competition began in 1928,[2] following the presentation of a challenge cup – the USMC Challenge Trophy – to the Corps of Royal Marines, from the United States Marine Corps (USMC), in the hope that the cup would be competed for by RM association football teams.[6][2] The Royal Marines named the cup the "Tunney Cup," in honor of the presenter, U.S
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Suffolk County Football Association
The Suffolk County Football Association is the governing body for football in the county of Suffolk, England.Contents1 History 2 Football Development 3 Governance 4 Affiliated Leagues4.1 Men's Saturday Leagues 4.2 Youth Leagues 4.3 Men's Sunday Leagues 4.4 Ladies and Girls Leagues 4.5 Other Leagues 4.6 Small Sided Leagues5 Disbanded or Amalgamated Leagues 6 Affiliated Member Clubs 7 County Cup Competitions 8 Suffolk Premier Cup 9 Suffolk Senior Cup 10 List of Suffolk Junior Cup Winners 11 List of Suffolk Primary Cup Winners 12 List of other Suffolk Cup Competition Winners 13 Directors & Officials13.1 Board of Directors 13.2 Key Officials14 References 15 External linksHistory[edit] Suffolk FA was formed in 1885 and had eleven founder member clubs, they were, Ipswich Association (now Ipswich Town), Ipswich School, Ipswich Rangers, Cowell’s Club (Ipswich), Stowmarket, Bury Town, Bury School, Beccles College, Sudbury Town, Framlingham
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Northamptonshire County Football Association
The Northamptonshire County Football Association, also simply known as the Northamptonshire FA, is the governing body of football in the county Northamptonshire.[1]Contents1 Organisation 2 Affiliated Leagues2.1 Men's Saturday Leagues 2.2 Men's Sunday Leagues 2.3 Ladies and Girls Leagues 2.4 Youth Leagues 2.5 Other Leagues 2.6 Small Sided Leagues 2.7 Futsal Leagues3 Disbanded or Amalgamated Leagues 4 Affiliated Member Clubs 5 County Cup Competitions 6 Northamptonshire Cup 7 Northamptonshire Senior Cup 8 List of Northamptonshire Junior Cup Winners 9 List of Northamptonshire Lower Junior Cup Winners 10 List of Northamptonshire Area Cup Winners 11 References 12 External linksOrganisation[edit] The purpose of the Northamptonshire County FA is to lead the successful development of football within the county and to increase the participation, quality and enjoyment of football. The Northamptonshire FA's strategy sets out the vision, key priorities and targets
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Kent County Football Association
The Kent County Football Association, also simply known as the Kent F.A., is the governing body of football in the county of Kent, England, and was formed in 1881. The Kent FA run 20 County Cups at different levels of football for affiliated teams across Kent.Contents1 History 2 Organisation 3 Affiliated leagues3.1 Men's Saturday leagues 3.2 Men's Sunday leagues 3.3 Other leagues 3.4 Youth leagues 3.5 Ladies and girls leagues 3.6 Small sided leagues4 Disbanded or amalgamated leagues 5 Affiliated member clubs 6 County Cup competitions 7 Charity Cup Competitions 8 Senior Cup 9 List of recent Kent County Cup winners 10 List of recent Kent County Junior Cup winners 11 Directors and officials11.1 Directors 11.2 Key officials12 References 13 External linksHistory[edit] The Kent County FA was formed in October 1881 by two friends – M.P, Betts (Secretary) and G.W. Prall (Treasurer). Over the next few years matters became more formalised
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Lancashire County Football Association
The Lancashire
Lancashire
County Football Association, also known simply as the Lancashire
Lancashire
FA, is the governing body of football within the historical county boundaries of Lancashire, England
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Leicestershire And Rutland County Football Association
The Leicestershire and Rutland County Football Association, also simply known as the Leicestershire & Rutland CFA, Leicestershire FA or LRCFA, is the governing body of football in the counties of Leicestershire and Rutland.[1]Contents1 Affiliated Leagues1.1 Men's Saturday Leagues 1.2 Men's Sunday Leagues 1.3 Women's Leagues2 References 3 External linksAffiliated Leagues[edit] Men's Saturday Leagues[edit]Leicestershire Senior League Leicestershire Church Football League Leicestershire Football Combination Leicester & District Football League Leicester City Football League North Leicestershire Football LeagueMen's Sunday Leagues[edit]Alliance Football League Charnwood Sunday Football League Hinckley & District Football League Leicester Sunday Football League Melton & District Sunday Football LeagueWomen's Leagues[edit]Leicestershire Senior County Women's Football LeagueReferences[edit]^ "About us"
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Lincolnshire Football Association
The Lincolnshire Football Association, often known simply as the Lincolnshire FA, is the governing body of football in the county of Lincolnshire, England
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Liverpool County Football Association
Coordinates: 53°24′28.1″N 2°59′21.3″W / 53.407806°N 2.989250°W / 53.407806; -2.989250Liverpool County Football AssociationFormation 1892Purpose Football associationHeadquarters Liverpool Soccer Centre Walton Hall ParkLocationLiverpool L4 9XPCounty SecretaryD PughWebsite liverpoolfa.comThe Liverpool County Football Association, simply known as the Liverpool FA, is the County Football Association in the city of Liverpool, England
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London Football Association
The London
London
Football Association (LFA) is the regional Football Association for central London. The London
London
FA was established in 1882 and is affiliated to The Football Association
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Manchester Football Association
The Manchester Football Association (also known as the Manchester FA) is the governing body for association football in the centre of the city of Manchester, England
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Middlesex County Football Association
The Middlesex
Middlesex
County Football Association is an organisation that regulates and promotes football, aiming to increase the quantity and quality of participation in the historic area of Middlesex.Contents1 History 2 Geography 3 Cups 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The Middlesex
Middlesex
F.A. was founded in 1883 by the Football Association. Nicholas Lane Jackson, who had helped found the Corinthians in 1882, organised the founding of the association, and became its first chairman. The association left the Football Association in 1907 to join the Amateur Football Association, but it soon returned. It moved to its current headquarters at Roxborough Road in Harrow in 1975. It did not employ any full-time staff until 1992.[1] Geography[edit] The Middlesex
Middlesex
F.A
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Norfolk County Football Association
The Norfolk County Football Association is the governing body for football in the county of Norfolk, England.Contents1 History and Organisation 2 Football Development 3 Affiliated Leagues3.1 Men's Saturday Leagues 3.2 Other Leagues 3.3 Men's Sunday Leagues 3.4 Small Sided Leagues 3.5 Youth Leagues 3.6 Ladies and Girls Leagues4 Disbanded or Amalgamated Leagues 5 Affiliated Member Clubs 6 County Cup Competitions 7 List of recent Norfolk County Cup Winners 8 Directors & Officials8.1 Board of Directors 8.2 Key Officials9 External links 10 ReferencesHistory and Organisation[edit] Norfolk County Football Association was founded in 1881 and has been administering football in the County, at both grass roots and professional level, for over 120 years. For most of this time the work has been carried out on an honorary basis, however funding support from The Football Association led to the association becoming administered by a full-time secret
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Northumberland Football Association
The Northumberland Football Association is the governing body of football in the county of Northumberland, England. The Association was formed in 1883 and is responsible for the governance and development of football at all levels in the county.Contents1 History 2 Organisation 3 Affiliated Leagues3.1 Men's Saturday Leagues 3.2 Men's Sunday Leagues 3.3 Other Men's Leagues 3.4 Ladies and Girls Leagues 3.5 Youth Leagues 3.6 Small Sided Leagues4 Disbanded or Amalgamated Leagues 5 Affiliated Member Clubs 6 County Cup Competitions 7 Senior Cup 8 List of recent Northumberland Cup Winners 9 Members of Council and Officials9.1 Board Members 9.2 Members of Council10 External links 11 ReferencesHistory[edit] In 1879 the joint Durham and Northumberland Football Association was founded and they stayed that way until 1883 when increasing numbers and travel problems necessitated a change
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North Riding County Football Association
The North Riding County Football Association, also simply known as the North Riding FA, is the governing body of football in the North Riding of Yorkshire. Its headquarters are located in the town of Stokesley, seven miles south of Middlesbrough. Affiliated members pay a fee commensurate with the level of competition they play in. Affiliated members benefit from access to support and guidance on such areas as health and safety and access to finance or grants
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