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Combined Counties Football League

Combined Counties Football LeagueOur Mission: Is to provide Football for all our Teams, in a manner which will improve, develop, and enhance the standards of our game, in the playing, administration and refereeing of football in line with L.F.A. and F.A.I. objectives

Secretary: Chris Hand, 30 Roslevin Lawn, Athlone, Co Westmeath
Phone: 086 810 3602
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www.ccfl.ie

Dublin and District Schoolboys League

ddslThe Dublin and District Schoolboys League was founded to provided a structured league system for all Dublin football clubs and for soccer teams in the greater Dublin area.

In excess of 200 football clubs are affiliated to the DDSL. The league consists of 12 divisions and a number of clubs enter multiple teams into each division. Under DDSL rules the duration of football matches played under its' auspices vary depending upon the age groups involved.

Secretary: Fran Ray,
c/o FAI Headquarters,
National Sports Campus,
Abbotstown, Dublin 15


Phone
: 087 9668695
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Web: www.ddsl.ie

Kilkenny and District League

kilkenny and district soccer leagueThere are 32 clubs with 46 teams involved in junior soccer (aged 8 upwards) and 14 clubs involved in youth soccer (aged 16 to 18). There are also 180 school-boy teams aged 7 to 16. and 10 school-girl teams aged 10 to 16. There are 12 adult ladies teams also. Season runs from August to June.

Secretary
: Tom Mullins, Ballintee, Dunamaggin, Co Kilkenny
Phone: 086 8147800
Email: tom.mullins:agriculture.gov.ie
Website: www.kkleague.com

Kildare and District Football League

kildare and District Football LeagueThe KJFL kicked off in August 1994 with nineteen clubs in membership and a modest two divisions of 11 teams each. The League takes an active part in all Provincial Committees, such as the Leinster FA Senior, Junior and Youth Councils and the FAI Junior Council.

In 1997 the KJFL applied for District Status, which was granted by the LFA, thus removing the County boundary as a limit to the recruitment of clubs. The League was renamed the Kildare & District Football League and now has members in neighbouring Counties, Wicklow, Dublin, Laois and Offaly.

Through the years the membership has grown and at the beginning of the current season it stood at 93 teams including Junior, Masters, Under 19 and Women's Divisions and further growth is anticipated in the coming seasons, particularly in the Masters, Women's and Underage sections.

Secretary: Regina Casey, 74 Ard Evan, Monasterevin, Co Kildare
Phone: 087 9557461
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Website: www.kdfl.ie


Leinster Football League

leinatser Football LEagueThe LFL has provided organised football for all age men and Women in the Leinster area . The league prides itself on developing and fostering a high standard of football.

Hon Secretary: Patrick McMahon
FAI HQ, National Sports Campus, Abbotstown, Dublin 15
Phone: 083 1277207   
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Website: http://lfl.leaguerepublic.com

  
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