League

For the 2018/19 season EAFA will run 2 amputee specific leagues, both supported by Irwin Mitchell Solicitors.


The EAFA Inclusive League is in Association with EFL League Community Clubs & Foundations. This is where anyone with a amputation, limb deficiency or other qualifying disabiilty can find fun & competitive football and fight for a league or cup title. NB: Restrictions do apply to some participants within the EAFA IM Inclusive League to ensure as many opportunities for all as possible.


The EAFA Super League is new for this season & is for internationally qualifying participants. EAFA will run these events at our Reaseheath College base. To sign on for a Super League team you must be playing in the Inclusive League first.

 IRWIN MITCHELL EAFA INCLUSIVE LEAGUE

Crutches are NOT compulsory for novices (please contact for further clarification). Pre-registration is required via your Amputee Club.

The EAFL inclusive league is split in to Northern & Southern regional fixtures, with Central Venue play off events & cups also being included. Our aim is to provide the best playing experience for the clubs & players.

EAFL FIXTURE 2018/19

DATE

HOST(S)

Pre-Season Cup

17 NOV 18

MCFC Academy

EAFL Round 1

27 JAN 19

North: MCFC

South: AFC

EAFL Round 2

24 FEB 19

North: NUFC

South: BHAFC

EAFA Irwin Mitchell

League Cup Finals

24 MAR 19

Boldmere St Micheals FC, Sutton Coldfield. B73 5RY

EAFL Round 3

28 APR 19

North: WBAFC

South: PFC

EAFL Round 4

19 MAY 19

North: EFC

South: PUFC

EAFL Play-Off Days

Div 1

Div 2

29 JUN 19

30 JUN 19

Boldmere St Micheals FC, Sutton Coldfield. B73 5RY

FA Disability Cup

16 JUN 19

PFC Amps v EFC Amps @St Georges Park

EAFF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

25/26 MAY 19

Tiblisi, Georgia

Results for the EAFA League are published on the FA's Fulltime website

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EAFA IRWIN MITCHELL SUPER LEAGUE

The EAFA Super League will be contested by 3 Senior teams (EAFA Eagles, Sharks & Panthers) over 3 meetings at Reaseheath College in Nantwich. All games will be played to International standards, to help develop the next England Amputee stars & provide Amputee specific opportunities for those players that enjoy the demanding level of competition.

Running alongside the senior tournament each EAFA SL team will have it's own junior team competiing in the same club colours.

EAFA SUPER LEAGUE RD 1 : February 09th

EAFA SUPER LEAGUE RD 2 : April 06th

EAFA SUPER LEAGUE RD 3 : June 08th

All fixtures to be held at Reaseheath College, Nantwich.

EAFL HALL OF FAME



2012/13

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:

MANCHESTER AMP FC



2013/14

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:

LANCS & MERSEY AMP FC


LEAGUE CUP WINNERS:

LANCS & MERSEY AMP FC



2014/15

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:

OXFORD CITY AMP FC


LEAGUE CUP WINNERS:

OXFORD CITY AMP FC



2015/16

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:

PETERBOROUGH AMP FC


LEAGUE CUP WINNERS:

EVERTON AMP FC



2016/17

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:

EVERTON AMP FC


LEAGUE CUP WINNERS:

PETERBOROUGH AMP FC


FA DISABILITY CUP:

PETERBOROUGH AMP FC



2017/18

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

EVERTON AMP FC


LEAGUE CUP WINNERS

PORTSMOUTH AMP FC


FA DISABILITY CUP

PETERBOROUGH AMP FC


EAFL JUNIOR CUP

MANCHESTER CITY AMPS



2018/19


LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

PETERBROUGH AMP FC


LEAGUE CUP WINNERS

ARSENAL AMP FC


EAFL JUNIOR CUP


EAFA SUPER LEAGUE

EAFA SHARKS


FA DISABILITY CUP

EVERTON AMP FC

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