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Liverpool Old Boys' Amateur Football League

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Liverpool Old Boys' Amateur Football League
Founded1923
Country England
DivisionsDivision One
Division Two
Division Three
Division Four
Number of teams44
Level on pyramidLevels 14–17
Feeder toLiverpool County Premier League
Current championsQuarry Bank Old Boys (Division One)
Waterloo GSOB (Division Two)
Old Xaverians(Division Three)
Collegiate Old Boys (Division Four)
(2016-2017)

The Liverpool Old Boys' Amateur Football League is an association football competition based in Liverpool, England. Founded in 1923, it currently hosts 44 teams across four divisions.[1] Whilst no formal arrangements exist, its highest level frequently serves as a supplier of clubs to the Liverpool County Premier League. As such, the competition can be said to occupy placings at levels 14 to 17 of the English football league system.

Member clubs 2016–17[edit]

Division One[edit]

  • ACOL 1st
  • Alumni 1st
  • FC Salle 1st
  • Netherley Athletic
  • Old Cathinians 1st
  • Old Xaverians A
  • Quarry Bank Old Boys 1st
  • Sacre Coeur Former Pupils
  • South Mersey
  • Waterloo GSOB 2nds

Division Two[edit]

  • ACOL 2nds
  • Collegiate Old Boys 1st
  • Knowsley Community College
  • Liobians 1st
  • Mexoc AFC
  • Old Xaverians 2nds
  • Quarry Bank Old Boys Reserves
  • Sacre Coeur Former Pupils Reserves
  • St Margarets OB
  • WoodStreet 1sts

Division Three[edit]

  • ACOL 3rds
  • Cardinal Newman
  • Collegiate Old Boys III
  • Liobians Reserves
  • Old Instonians
  • Old Xaverians
  • Quarry Bank OB
  • Waterloo Grammar School Old Boys III
  • Wavertree West Derby Old Boys

Division Four[edit]

  • Alumni Reserves
  • Business School
  • Cardinal Newman Reserves
  • Collegiate Old Boys IV
  • DLS (Champions)
  • Kingsford Reserves
  • Liobians III
  • Old Cathiniands 2nd
  • Rhein

References[edit]

  1. "FA Full-time site". thefa.com. Retrieved 14 August 2016.

External links[edit]


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