North East Norfolk League
|Number of teams||15|
|League cup(s)||Division One League Cup|
Division Two League Cup
|Current champions||Covid -19 (Division One) |
The North East Norfolk League League (currently known under the terms of a sponsorship deal as the Walcott Lighthouse Inn North East Norfolk League) is a football competition based in England. It was founded in 1922 and two divisions catering for 20 teams. At the present time[when?] the league is not part of the English football league system as it is not a feeder league within the football pyramid.
Its success over the years has been built around the area it serves, and the provision of Junior and Primary football to a vast area centred on a twenty-mile radius around Aylsham.. However in recent seasons the league has had to downsize due to teams folding with only one division of 12 clubs operating at the start of the 2018-19 season.
as the season begins again post covid for the 20-21 season there are 15 teams in the league.
The league is affiliated to the Norfolk County Football Association.
The league's current member clubs are as follows:
Division One (Sanders Coaches)
Recent divisional champions
|Season||Division One||Division Two||Division Three|
|2007–08||East Ruston||Horning||Holt A|
|2012–13||Runton United||Cromer Youth Old Boys||Trunch|
|2013–14||Runton United||Plumstead Rangers||Sheringham 'A'|
|2014–15||Runton United||Sheringham 'A'||Lyng United|
- "North East Norfolk League Football League - About". Retrieved 2011-07-07.
- "Norwich Premier Security NEN League - Full-Time Website". North East Norfolk League Football League. Retrieved 2011-07-07.
- "Norwich Premier Security NEN League - Full-Time Website". North East Norfolk League Football League. Retrieved 27 June 2016.
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