Leeds Red Triangle Invitation League
The Leeds Red Triangle Invitation League was a football competition based in Leeds, England. The league was established in 1920 by local man Edward Rickerby and at its demise only had one division. The league sat at level 14 of the English football league system. It was a feeder to the West Yorkshire League.
The Red Triangle name and logo refer to the league's association in its early days with the YMCA movement.
The league folded at the end of the 2013-14 season, due to lack of interest and clubs.
- Premier Division
- 2005–06 Rawdon Old Boys
- 2006–07 East Leeds
- 2007–08 The Gate
- 2008–09 Halton Moor
- 2009–10 Halton Moor
- 2010–11 Wortley
- 2011–12 Seacroft Working Mens Club
- 2012–13 Halton Moor
- 2013–14 FC Corpus Christi
- First Division
- 2007–08 Farnley Sports
- 2008–09 New Farnley CC
- 2009–10 Beeston St. Anthonys 'A'
- 2010–11 Chapeltown Football Youth Development Chance
- 2011–12 Drighlington Adwalton
- 2012–13 Kirkstall Crusaers Reserves
- 2013–14 discontinued
- Leeds Red Triangle Invitational Football League – Official Website
- Middleton Park FC – Official Website
- Leodis F.C. – Official Website
- South Leeds Saints PA FC – Official Website
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