The League has launched its new web site which is available via the link below
New Web Site
This site will run in parallel with the existing site for a few weeks whilst any bugs are ironed out. Its URL will then be changed to that of the old site.
Whilst the layout of the new website is not to dissimilar to the old one, there are some changes.
Guides are available for using the site with a laptop or desktop computer as well as with a mobile phone or tablet.
If you wish to submit any up to date photographs to go on the site please send them by e-mail to Peter Godfrey
If your badge is not showing on the "Current Clubs" ditectory page, please send a .jpg copy to the same e-mail address.
If you find anything is incorrect or missing on the new site, please use the contact form on the right hand end of the top menu to report it
This form can also be used for any comments you might like to make about the new site
26 March 2016
Grass-roots game spirals out of control
You are urged to read the following report that appears in The Telegraph
Its contents do not only apply to youth football but incidence such as those mentioned are occurring on our League
You all need to remember that without a referee you will not have a match
14 March 2016
Under 21 Player Qualification
After much consideration the Management Committee decided at their meeting on 10th March to allow TWO over age players to play in Under 21 teams from the start of the 2016/17 season.
The age of those players will be capped at 25 years of age.
14 March 2016
Payments for Annual Dinner
Clubs are reminded that, in accordance with League Rule 3 (F), payment for the Annual Presentation Dinner must be made to the League by 31 March 2016
Clubs that fail to pay by the due date WILL be fined.
02 March 2016
Season 2016-17 Start Date Questionnaire
31 clubs sent back the questionnaire regarding the start date of next season.
Of those who replied 32% voted to start on 13 August 2016 and 68% voted to start on 27 August 2016
The 2016-17 season will therefore start on 27 August 2016 although we will try and get the Challenge Cup played earlier if we can.
08 January 2016
Suspension Details on Full Time
Suspension information posted on Full Time by Clive Cheeseman is based on information supplied to the League by the ECFA using the Whole Game System.
As you may be aware the WGS is not functioning very well at the moment so the information posted by Clive may not be entirely accurate
The WGS is something that the League have no control over and we have started posting suspension information available to us on Full Time at the request of clubs.
Clubs are therefore urged to ensure by using the WGS system themselves, or by contacting the ECFA, that they have the latest information.
If you find any errors in the information posted by Clive, please contact him straight away. The League will not be held responsible should information posted by Clive prove to be inaccurate or incomplete
15 August 2015
The League use Twitter to get important information out to clubs in our League as soon as possible.
Several clubs have said that they do not do Twitter, but you are urged, if your club does not have a Twitter account of its own, to ensure that one of your officers does.
Just because you have a Twitter account does not mean you have to post any messages. It just means that by following the the EOFL Twitter page you will be kept up to date with the latest league news.
As part of the F.A. Respect Programme clubs are requested give all of their players, coaches and spectators access to a copy of the Respect Code of Conduct.
Copies of these codes of conduct are detailed below.
All of the above are also requested to sign a register to acknowledge the fact that they have been made aware of what is expected of them.
Copies of draft registers can be downloaded from the link below. All you have to do is enter the name of your club and get them signed.
The League takes the conduct of players, officials and spectators very seriously and will not hesitate to take action against those who do not abide by these Codes of Conduct. Ultimately persistent misconduct by any of the above could lead to your club being recommended for exclusion from next seasons constitution.
Copies of the Code of Conduct for Match Officials are also available below as are details of what is expected of Club Captains.
Your co-operation with this would be appreciated as continued funding of the League by the F.A. is dependant on us showing that we are taking the Respect Programme seriously
Below is our League banner for you to put on your web site. If you need any help with creating a link back to this site please e-mail me.
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