Lothian & Edinburgh Amateur Football Association

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Lothian & Edinburgh Amateur Football Association
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Country Scotland
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1998
Divisions 7
Number of teams 75
Levels on pyramid N/A
Promotion to None
Relegation to None
Domestic cup(s) Scottish Amateur Cup
East of Scotland Cup
Current champions Heriot Vale

The Lothian & Edinburgh Amateur Football Association (LEAFA) is a football (soccer) league competition, primarily for amateur clubs in the Lothian & Edinburgh area of Scotland. It was formed in 1998 through an amalgamation of the Lothian AFA & the Edinburgh AFA. The association is affiliated to the Scottish Amateur Football Association.

Member Clubs[edit]

As of season 2014-15, the Lothian & Edinburgh AFA had seventy-five member clubs, listed hereafter in their respective leagues :

League Structure[edit]

The Lothian & Edinburgh AFA is split into seven divisions over four tiers - a Premier Division (1) of 11 teams, and Premier Division (2) of 12 teams. Immediately below this is are two feeder leagues, the Lothian East & West leagues respectively. The bottom tier contains three further feeders, the Edinburgh West, Central & East.

The league setup for season 2014-15:

Level

League(s)/Division(s)

1

Premier Division One
11 clubs playing 20 games

2

Premier Division Two
12 clubs playing 22 games

3

Lothian West
11 clubs playing 20 games

Lothian East
11 clubs playing 20 games

4

Edinburgh West
10 clubs playing 18 games

Edinburgh Centre
10 clubs playing 18 games

Edinburgh East
10 clubs playing 18 games

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