Staffordshire County Senior League

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The SCSL are delighted to confirm that the 2020/21 season will start as follows

Men Unite Premier Division – Saturday 12 September

Men Unite Division 1 – Saturday 19 September

Men Unite Division 2 – Saturday 19 September

This is subject all member Clubs ensuring the following

  • That a Covid Risk Assessment has been completed
  • That a COVID Officer has been appointed in line with the guidance
  • The affiliation process to the relevant County FA has been completed

12 new applications endorsed for Season 20/21

A fantastic 12 applications from new teams were all accepted by member Clubs. A warm welcome is extended to the following new teams;
Buxton FC Reserves
Huthman FC
Whittington Reserves
Foley Development
City of Stoke Reserves
Abbey Hulton United Development
AFC Alsager Reserves
FC41
Blurton Reds
Cresswell Wanderers
Sikh Hunters Reserves
Stapenhill Swifts

With Hilton Harriers & Cannock United deciding to leave with our best wishes, it will mean that 47 teams will compete in the League next season. The Divisional Structure for the new season will be confirmed very soon


Tony Harrison opts for semi retirement

After originally giving notice that he was retiring from the League after 34 years outstanding service, we are delighted to announce that Tony Harrison has opted to extend his career has become a Vice President. Tony is highly respected and without doubt one of the most efficient Registration Secretary’s in grassroots football. His decision to stay on is great news and his experience will be put to good use as the League moves into a new era.


Change at Market Drayton Tigers

Market Drayton Tigers have made the decision to join forces with Wolstanton United of the Premier Division from next season. Wolstanton United Reserves, as they will be known, will continue in Division 1 and play at the same venue at Bradwell Community Centre.


League Fee’s Reduced to NIL for Next Season

In line with its commitment to support member clubs with the implications of the current Covid-19 Pandemic the SCSL Management Committee has confirmed that the Annual League Fee’s for next season will be waived for all current member clubs. This amounts to a financial commitment in excess of £7,000 to be shared amongst our 37 teams and we hope that this provides some relief with the inevitable pressures clubs are facing at this difficult time

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