Jackson League

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Jackson League
Founded 1896; 121 years ago (1896)[1]
Country  Guernsey
Divisions 1
Number of teams 9
Feeder to Priaulx League
Domestic cup(s)
  • Mauger Cup
Current champions Belgrave Wanderers Reserves
Most championships Northerners (36)
Website http://www.guernseyfa.com/default.aspx

The FNB Jackson League is a Guernsey, (Channel Islands) amateur league for association football clubs.[2] It is the reserve league for Priaulx League clubs in Guernsey along with Bavaria Nomads from Alderney and Centrals, with no automatic relegation or promotion, but if a club wins the league they can apply for election to the Priaulx League. New clubs can also apply for membership through Guernsey Football League Management LBG, (prior to 2016 the Guernsey Football Association),[3] who run the league along with all other football on the island.

The current holders are Belgrave Wanderers Reserves.


The league has had a number of sponsors over the years, the first being Rothmans International and the current sponsors being FNB International Wealth Management Limited, a financial institution based in Guernsey.

Member teams 2013–14[edit]

The current member clubs are:

  • Bavaria Nomads
  • Belgrave Wanderers Reserves
  • Centrals
  • North Reserves
  • Rangers Reserves
  • Rovers Reserves
  • St. Martins Reserves
  • Sylvans Reserves
  • Vale Recreation Reserves

Past league winners[edit]

Past winners of the league are:[1]

Titles by club[edit]

Club Jackson League Titles
Northerners 36
Vale Recreation 15 (Once jointly with Centrals)
St. Martin's 13
Belgrave Wanderers 11 (Once jointly with Progressives)
Guernsey Rangers 11
Sylvans 7
Centrals 4 (Once jointly with Vale Recreation)
2nd Batt. The Sherwood Foresters 1
Athletics 1
Gasco AC 1
Pessimists 1
Progressives 1 (Jointly with Belgrave Wanderers)
Guernsey Rovers 1
Vauxbelete Old Boys 1

Other Guernsey football leagues[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Past Winners of the Jackson League". Guernsey FA. 8 June 2012. Retrieved 8 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Leagues and Cups". Guernsey FA. 8 June 2012. Retrieved 8 June 2012. 
  3. ^ "New Entity To Run Local Football Leagues". Island FM. 23 August 2016. 

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