Sussex County Football Association
|Sussex County Football Association|
|Chief executive||Ken Benham|
The Sussex County Football Association, also simply known as Sussex FA, is the governing body of football in the county of Sussex, England. The Sussex FA was founded in 1882 and run a number of cups at different levels for teams all across East Sussex and West Sussex.
The Sussex County League is the highest level league in Sussex with the Division One winners being promoted to the Isthmian League or the Southern League. Although there are three divisions in the county league, there are five feeder leagues; West Sussex, Brighton Hove & District, Mid Sussex, East Sussex and Worthing & District. In addition there are also Sunday leagues and Youth leagues.
|Sussex County League Division One||Crowborough Athletic|
|Sussex County League Division Two||East Grinstead Town|
|Sussex County League Division Three||Loxwood|
|Sussex Senior Challenge Cup||Brighton & Hove Albion Reserves|
|Sussex Intermediate Cup||Bexhill United|
|Sussex Junior Cup||Roffey|
|RUR Charity Cup||Three Bridges|
|Sussex Sunday Challenge Cup||Millhouse|
|Sussex Sunday Challenge Trophy||Reaburn Rangers|
|Sussex Women's Challenge Cup||Brighton & Hove Albion WFC|
|Sussex Women's Challenge Trophy||Seahaven Harriers Ladies|
Youth Representative Squad
- Harvey, Adrian (2005). Football: The First Hundred Years: The Untold Story. Abingdon: Routledge.
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