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Furness Premier Football League

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The Furness Premier Football League is a football competition based in North West England. It is based in Furness, a peninsula in southern Cumbria and the surrounding area and was founded in the 1970s.[1]


The league sits at level 14 of the English football league system. Although it has no formal promotion and relegation arrangements with higher leagues, member clubs have moved up to the West Lancashire Football League, which runs from levels 11–13.

Member clubs 2018–19[edit]

Premier Division[edit]

  • Barrow Celtic
  • Bootle
  • Britannia (Barrow)
  • Croftlands Park
  • Dalton United Reserves
  • Furness Cavaliers Reserves
  • Haverigg United
  • Hawcoat Park Reserves
  • Holker Old Boys Reserves
  • Kirkby United
  • Millom Reserves
  • Swarthmoor Social
  • Vickerstown Reserves
  • Walney Island Reserves

Division One[edit]

  • Askham United Reserves
  • Barrow Celtic Reserves
  • Barrow Wanderers
  • Bridge United Purples
  • British Legion
  • Croftlands Park Reserves
  • Crooklands Casuals Reserves
  • Furness Rovers Reserves
  • Hawcourt Park 'A'
  • Millom 'A'
  • Swarthmoor Social Reserves

Division Two[edit]

  • Barrow Wanderers Reserves
  • Bootle Reserves
  • Britannia (Barrow) 'A'
  • Coniston
  • Furness Rovers 'A'
  • GSK Ulverston Reserves
  • Haverigg United Rererves
  • Holker Old Boys 'A'
  • Kirkby United Reserves
  • Millom St James
  • Walney Island 'A'


  1. "Our History – History of Holker Old Boys Association Football Club". Holker Old Boys F.C. Retrieved 2009-01-04.

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