Middlesex County Football Association

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The Middlesex County Football Association is an organisation that regulates and promotes football, aiming to increase the quantity and quality of participation in the historic area of Middlesex.

History[edit]

The Middlesex F.A. was founded in 1883 by the Football Association. Nicholas Lane Jackson, who had helped found the Corinthians in 1882, organised the founding of the association, and became its first chairman. The association left the Football Association in 1907 to join the Amateur Football Association, but it soon returned. It moved to its current headquarters at Roxborough Road in Harrow in 1975. It did not employ any full-time staff until 1992.[1]

Geography[edit]

The Middlesex F.A. covers the historic extent of Middlesex and the entirety of the boroughs of Richmond upon Thames and Barnet. This area overlaps with the scope of the London Football Association, the Surrey County Football Association and Hertfordshire County Football Association. This means that many clubs are eligible for affiliation with more than one county football association, such as Ashford Town (Middlesex) who are affiliated to Middlesex and Surrey and Potters Bar Town who are affiliated to Middlesex and Hertfordshire.

Cups[edit]

The Middlesex F.A. organises the following cup competitions:

  • MCFA Senior Challenge Cup, more usually called the Middlesex Senior Cup
  • MCFA Senior Charity Cup, more usually called the Middlesex Senior Charity Cup or simply Middlesex Charity Cup
  • MCFA Ladies Senior Cup
  • MCFA Ladies Junior Cup
  • MCFA Premier Cup
  • MCFA Intermediate Cup
  • MCFA Junior Cup
  • MCFA Junior Trophy
  • MCFA Junior Trophy
  • MCFA Midweek Cup
  • MCFA Sunday Premier Cup
  • MCFA Sunday Intermediate Cup
  • MCFA Sunday Intermediate Cup
  • MCFA Sunday Junior Cup
  • MCFA Sunday Junior Cup
  • MCFA Sunday Junior Trophy
  • MCFA Sunday Junior Trophy
  • MCFA Senior Youth Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 18 Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 16 Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 16 Girls Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 15 Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 15 Girls Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 14 Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 14 Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 14 Girls Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 13 Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 13 Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 13 Girls Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 12 Cup
  • MCFA Youth Under 11 Cup

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