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Halifax and District Association Football League

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Halifax & District Association Football League
DivisionsPremier Division
Division One
Division Two
Level on pyramid14–17
Feeder toWest Yorkshire League
Yorkshire Amateur League
Domestic cup(s)FA Albert Crabtree Cup
Challenge Cup
Invitation Cup
Current championsShelf United (Premier Division)
AFC Illingworth St Marys (Division One)
AFC Crossleys (Division Two)
Elland United (Division Three)
Most championshipsStump Cross

The Halifax and District Association Football League (currently sponsored by Haslem - Sheppard) is a football competition based in England. It has a total of three divisions, of which the highest, the Premier Division, sits at level 14 of the English football league system. It is a feeder to the West Yorkshire and Yorkshire Amateur Leagues.


Season Premier Division Division One Division Two Division Three
2005–06 Hebden Royd Red Star Holmfield Martin's Nest Luddendenfoot
2006–07 Stainland United Warley Rangers Luddendenfoot Kingston
2007–08 Hebden Royd Red Star Greetland Bowling Green Siddal Athletic Reserves
2008–09 Luddendenfoot Holmfield Sowerby Bridge Volunteer Arms
2009–10 Elland United Sowerby United AFC Crossleys Greetland Reserves
2010–11 Hebden Royd Red Star Stainland United Copley United Wadsworth United
2011–12 Elland United Midgley United Wadsworth United AFC Crossleys Reserves
2012–13 Midgley United Hebden Royd Red Star Sowerby Bridge Reserves Denholme United Reserves
2013–14 Ryburn United Northowram AFC Crossleys Brighouse Sports
2014–15 Stump Cross Holmfield Illingworth St. Mary's
2015-16 Calder 76 Illingworth St Marys Greetland AFC Res
2016–17 Illingworth St Marys Shelf FC Ivy House FC
2017-18 Shelf FC Denholme United FC Plummet Line Mixenden United
2018-19 Shelf United AFC Illingworth St Marys AFC Crossleys Elland United

Premier Division top three[edit]

Season Champions Runners-up Third place
1998–99 Stump Cross Hebden Royd Red Star Shelf United
1999-00 Hebden Royd Red Star Ryburn United Sowerby Bridge
2000–01 Midgley United Illingworth Sports Club Hebden Royd Red Star
2001–02 Halifax Kestrels Sowerby Bridge Midgley United
2002–03 Midgley United Halifax Kestrels Greetland
2003–04 Midgley United Hebden Royd Red Star Stainland United
2004–05 Hebden Royd Red Star Stainland United Brighouse Old Boys
2005–06 Hebden Royd Red Star Stainland United Siddal Athletic
2006–07 Stainland United Hebden Royd Red Star Brighouse Old Boys
2007–08 Hebden Royd Red Star Stainland United Halifax Irish Centre
2008–09 Luddendenfoot Hebden Royd Red Star Greetland
2009–10 Elland United Greetland Ryburn United
2010–11 Hebden Royd Red Star Elland United Greetland
2011–12 Elland United Warley Rangers Ryburn United
2012–13 Midgley United Stump Cross Elland United
2013–14 Ryburn United Stump Cross Greetland
2014–15 Stump Cross Ryburn United Calder 76
2015-16 Calder 76 Ryburn United Mixenden United
2016–17 Illingworth St Marys Northowram Calder 76
2017-18 Shelf FC Ryburn United Sowerby Bridge
2018-19 Shelf United Shelf FC Sowerby Bridge

Current clubs (2019-20 season)[edit]

Premier Division[edit]

  • AFC Illingworth St Mary's
  • Denholme United
  • Greetland
  • Hebden Royd Red Star
  • Midgley United
  • Northowram
  • Shelf FC
  • Shelf United
  • Sowerby Bridge
  • Sowerby United

Division One[edit]

  • Elland United
  • Midgley United Reserves
  • Shelf United Reserves
  • AFC Crossleys
  • Northowram Reserves
  • St Columbas
  • Salem
  • Calder 76
  • Ryburn United
  • AFC Illingworth St Mary's Reserves

Division Two[edit]

  • AFC Crossleys Reserves
  • AFC Illingworth Reserves
  • Calder Reserves
  • Flying Dutchman
  • Greetland Reserves
  • Hebden Royd Red Star Reserves
  • Northowram Resrves
  • Shelf FC Reserves
  • Sowerby Bridge Reserves
  • Sowerby United Reserves
  • St Columbas Reserves
  • Warley Rangers 2017


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