Teesside Football League

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Teesside Football League
Founded 1891
Country England
Number of teams 14
Level on pyramid 11
Feeder to Northern League Division One
Domestic cup(s) Lou Moore Memorial Trophy;R T Raine Trophy & J V Madden Trophy
League cup(s) MacMillan Bowl
Current champions Boro Rangers
Most championships 7 - Acklam Steelworks
Website Teesside Football League

The Teesside Football League is a football competition based in northern England. It consists of a two divisions and sits at level 11 and 12 of the English football league system. The Teesside League Division 1 is a feeder to the Step 6 Northern League Division One. The league is affiliated to the North Riding County FA.[1]


The league was founded in 1891 and has held a league competition every season since, with the exception of the two World Wars. Clubs compete in three cup competitions; the MacMillan Bowl, the R T Raine Trophy and the Lou Moore Memorial Trophy. The R T Raine Trophy is competed by the League Champions and MacMillan Bowl winners from the previous season.[2] Since 2002-03 season, the teams in the second Division have competed for the A Burness Plate except for the 2008-09 season.[3] As the league is affiliated to the North Riding County FA, the teams are eligible to enter the North Riding FA Senior Cup, though not all do.[4]

The league has now ceased and been effectively replaced by the North Riding Football League for 2017-18 season.

Member clubs 2016–17[edit]

This season's championship is contested by 13 teams, though 14 were originally listed.[3] The division was reduced from 16 teams from the previous season.[5]

Team Ground
Beechwood, Easterside & District Social (BEADS) FC Beechwood & Easterside Sports Club, Middlesbrough
Billingham Town Reserves Bedford Terrace, Billingham
Boro Rangers FC Middlesbrough FC Foundation, Middlesbrough
Fishburn Park Broomfield Park, Whitby
Grangetown Boys Club FC (not competing) Grangetown YCC, Middlesbrough
Guisborough Three Fiddles FC King George V Playing Fields, Guisborough
Nunthorpe Athletic Nunthorpe & Marton Recreation Club, Middlesbrough
Redcar Newmarket Rye Hills School, Redcar
Redcar Town Mo Mowlem Memorial Park, Redcar
St. Mary's Yarm FC Conyers School, Yarm
Staithes Athletic Staithes Athletic Club, Staithes
Stockton West End North Shore Health Academy, Stockton
Thornaby Dubliners Harold Wilson Sports Centre, Thornaby
Whinney Banks Youth & Community Centre Sandy Flatts, Middlesbrough

League Champions[edit]

Last title indicated by club name in bold and each entry followed by the number of times that club has won the title at that point.

Division Two Champions[edit]

MacMillan Bowl Winners[edit]


  1. ^ "North Riding County FA Affiliated leagues". Retrieved 6 December 2016. 
  2. ^ "New Boys town voted into Teesside League", The Scarborough News, 17 June 2008, retrieved 23 October 2017 
  3. ^ a b "Teesside Footbal League Handbook 2016/17" (PDF). Retrieved 8 December 2016. 
  4. ^ "North Riding FA Senior Cup". Retrieved 9 December 2016. 
  5. ^ "Teesside Football League 2015/16". The FA - Full Time. Retrieved 10 December 2016. 
  6. ^ "MacMillan Bowl Final 2015". Retrieved 9 December 2016. 
  7. ^ "MacMillan Bowl Final", The Northern Echo, 17 May 2002, retrieved 9 December 2016