Hope Valley Amateur League

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Hope Valley Amateur League
Country England
DivisionsPremier Division
A Division
B Division
Number of teams30
8 (Premier Division)
10 (A Division)
12 (B Division)
Feeder toCheshire Association Football League League Two
Current championsFurness Vale
WebsiteOfficial site

The Hope Valley Amateur League is a football competition located in the Hope Valley, England. The league has three divisions.[1]

Member clubs 2018–19[edit]


Recent divisional champions[edit]

Season Premier Division A Division B Division
2002–03[2] Gamesley Gamesley Reserves Tideswell United Reserves
2003–04[3] Dronfield Town Whaley Bridge Reserves Dronfield Town Reserves
2004–05 Parkhouse Lafarge Calver
2005–06 Dove Holes Harpur Hill Bradwell Sports
2006–07 Whaley Bridge Hayfield Bradwell Sports Reserves
2007–08[4] Brampton Grindleford Hayfield Reserves
2008–09[5] Brampton Hayfield Tideswell United Reserves
2009–10[6] Whaley Bridge Bakewell Town Peak Dale
2010–11[7] Whaley Bridge Holmesfield Youlgrave United
2011–12[8] Dove Holes Dronfield Woodhouse Chinley
2012–13[9] Bradwell Sports Peak Dale Tideswell Blue Star
2013–14[10] Bradwell Sports Dronfield Town 'A' Bamford
2014–15[11] Bradwell Sports Hathersage Baslow
2015–16[12] Bradwell Sports Dronfield Old Boys Cote Heath
2016–17[13] Bakewell Town Cote Heath Bamford
2017–18[14] Bradwell Sports Buxworth Stoney Middleton
2018–19[15] Furness Vale Fairfield Tansley Juniors
2019–20 Furness Vale[16] Tansley Juniors[16]

Recent divisional cup winners[edit]

Season Dore Shield Cliff Ellis Memorial Trophy Roden Cup
2002–03[2] Whaley Bridge Dronfield Town Bamford
2003–04[3] Whaley Bridge Whaley Bridge Reserves Parks United
2004–05 Parkhouse Lafarge Dronfield Woodhouse Reserves
2005–06 Lafarge Chinley Dronfield Town 'A'
2006–07 Buxton Town Dronfield Town 'A' Buxworth
2007–08 Tintwistle Villa Dronfield Town 'A' Dronfield Town 'B'
2008–09 Whaley Bridge Bakewell Town Hathersage
2009–10[6] Brampton Bradwell Sports Edale
2010–11[7] Whaley Bridge Holmesfield Youlgrave United
2011–12[8] Buxton Town Tideswell United Baslow
2012–13[9] Bradwell Sports Peak Dale Hope Sports
2013–14[10] Dove Holes Blazing Rag Railway
2014–15[11] Bradwell Sports Tideswell United Reserves Baslow
2015–16[12] Dove Holes Dronfield Old Boys Cote Heath
2016–17[13] Bakewell Town Cote Heath Stoney Middleton
2017–18[14] Furness Vale Dove Holes Reserves Buxworth Reserves
2018–19[15] Furness Vale Fairfield Tansley Juniors


  1. Divisions Hope Valley Amateur League
  2. 2.0 2.1 Tribute to league volunteers Buxton Advertiser, 2 July 2003
  3. 3.0 3.1 Successful season reviewed Buxton Advertiser, 8 July 2004
  4. James Wright (2008). The Cherry Red Non-League Newsdesk Annual 2008. Non-League Newsdesk. p. 263. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  5. Non-League Club Directory 2010. Tony Williams Publications Ltd. 2009. p. 997. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  6. 6.0 6.1 League Archives season 2009–10 Hope Valley Amateur League
  7. 7.0 7.1 League Archives season 2010–11 Hope Valley Amateur League
  8. 8.0 8.1 League Archives season 2011–12 Hope Valley Amateur League
  9. 9.0 9.1 League Archives season 2012–13 Hope Valley Amateur League
  10. 10.0 10.1 League Archives season 2013–14 Hope Valley Amateur League
  11. 11.0 11.1 League Archives season 2014–15 Hope Valley Amateur League
  12. 12.0 12.1 League Archives season 2015–16 Hope Valley Amateur League
  13. 13.0 13.1 League Archives season 2016–17 Hope Valley Amateur League
  14. 14.0 14.1 League Archives season 2017–18 Hope Valley Amateur League
  15. 15.0 15.1 League Archives season 2018–19 Hope Valley Amateur League
  16. 16.0 16.1 Divisions decided on a Points Per Game basis due to COVID-19 pandemic

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