Essex county little league website
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Brentwood Town and Basildon United hold the record jointly for the most cup wins, each lifting the trophy four times (Brentwood Town in 1975–76, 1978–79, 1990–91, 2006–07, Basildon United in 1977–78, 1993–94, 1997–98, 2015–16).Once again the time has come to play the annual fixture between the representative teams of the Mid-Essex Football League and the Pope & Smith Chelmsford Sunday League in memory of David Marshall.
David Marshall was a referee in our competition who died some 22 years or so ago whilst in his early 30s, leaving a wife and 2 children.
Welcome to the Greene King Essex Veterans Football League Website.
The League was founded in 1993 as a sub-section of the Mid-Essex League, before becoming an independent League in 2002.
During the 2016/17 season the League has 86 teams playing in nine Divisions, with the minimum age of players being 35.
We are also running an three Over 45 Divisions with a total of 25 teams, which makes us the largest Saturday League in Essex.
The League covers from Southend in the South East of the County, right along to Walthamstow, up the M11 corridor to Newport, across to Tiptree and then down to Tillingham.
Sportsmanship and hospitality are a key element of the competition.The David Thrift trophy is presented each year to the team with a combination of the best sportsmanship marks and fewest cautions from referees.The Noticeboard has details of Clubs looking for players and/or friendlies.The Club Details section has a map showing the locations of each team's ground.Our #EAL #Week3 Cleansheet #Shout Outs go to: George Oriel (LOASS) James Morley (Chingford Athletic Reserves)Stephen Thorne (Chingford Harriers)Adam Clancey (Colebrook Royals) Lee Hucker (Flyers)Cem Temur (Sporting Hackney Reserves)Well done keepers!Great to hear the #EAL featured on the East London Radio Grassroots Football Show last night.