Isle of Man Football League

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Isle of Man Football League
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Country Isle of Man Isle of Man
Founded 1896; 119 years ago (1896)
Divisions 2
Number of teams 26
Current champions St. Georges
(2013-2014)
Website Results website

The Isle of Man Football League is the senior football league on the Isle of Man and is run by the Isle of Man Football Association. Although the league is affiliated with the English FA, it does not form a part of the English football league system.

History[edit]

The league's representative XI has won the FA Inter-League Cup on two occasions. In 2006 they beat the Cambridgeshire County League XI and qualified for the 2007 UEFA Regions' Cup, being eliminated in the group stage in Czech Republic. They won the Inter-League Cup again in 2013, but again were eliminated in the group stage of the Regions Cup, this time in Slovakia.[1]

Format[edit]

The league consists of 26 clubs organised into two divisions - the Premier League and Division Two, with promotion and relegation between each.

Teams[edit]

The league lined up with the following teams for the 2014-15 season.

Winners[edit]

Past winners of the league are:

References[edit]

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