BVIFA National Football League
|Country||British Virgin Islands|
|Number of teams||12|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||Tortola League, Virgin Gorda League|
|Domestic cup(s)||Terry Evans Knockout Cup
Wendol Williams Cup
|International cup(s)||CFU Club Championship
CONCACAF Champions League
|Current champions||Islanders FC
|Most championships||Islanders FC (6)|
|2016–17 BVIFA National Football League|
The BVIFA National Football League is the highest competitive football league in the British Virgin Islands. The league was founded in 2009 after the merger between the Tortola League and the Virgin Gorda League.
In 2012 the league decided to split the teams into two groups, based on the position they finished in the standings at the end of the 2011-12 season.
Current Teams - 2015–16
- 2009–10: Islanders FC
- 2010–11: Islanders FC
- 2011–12: Islanders FC
- 2012–13: Islanders FC
- 2013–14: Islanders FC
- 2014–15: Islanders FC (9-a-side)
- 2015–16: Sugar Boys (9-a-side)
- 2016–17: Islanders FC
Domestic Cup Competitions
There are two domestic cup competitions played prior to the start of the league season, which were both founded in 2010. They are the Terry Evans Knockout Cup, which is named after the former BVIFA President and one of the forefathers of football in the British Virgin Islands.
And the Wendol Williams Cup (also known as the Caribbean Cellars Wendol Williams Cup), which is played in memory of former BVIFA executive member Wendol Williams, who died aged 39 on 6 June 2010 on his way to the FIFA congress in South Africa ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Terry Evans Knockout Cup
Wendol Williams Cup
- "BVI Football Association introducing new National League format". BVI News. 12 September 2012. Retrieved 20 November 2012.
- Islanders beat One Love 3-2 in National League final
- "Terry Evans Knockout Cup underway". BVI News. 13 April 2010. Retrieved 25 November 2012.
- "Teams battle for Wendol Williams Cup". VI Stand Point. 9 August 2010. Retrieved 25 November 2012.
- British Virgin Islands - List of Champions, RSSSF.com
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