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24 March 2015
Application for Membership
Any clubs wishing to join our League are reminded that they must apply by 31 March 2015
The criteria for entry into our League can be found at www.eofl.co.uk/criteria.pdf
An application form can be found at www.eofl.co.uk/application.pdf
Any team already within our constitution who wishes to enter a Reserve team should use the form found at www.eofl.co.uk/resapp.pdf. This application must also be submitted by 31 March 2015
Under 21 Teams
Any current clubs wishing to enter a team into the under 21 section should use the form found at www.eofl.co.uk/u21app.pdf
If there are any under 21 teams not associated with clubs already within our constitution that wish to apply, they should use the application form found at www.eofl.co.uk/application.pdf
The part of the criteria stating that you must have finished in the top three of the top division of your current League does not apply to under 21 teams making application to join us
22 March 2015
21 March Match Reports
Senior Division Reports
18 March 2015
Forest Glade Withdraw
Forest Glade have advised the League that they are withdrawing with immediate effect.
As they have not completed 75% of their League Fixtures, their record has been expunged in accordance with our Rules
18 March 2015
Rule 8 (N) Clarification
Some clubs have been querying how many matches constitute the 30% of a member clubs first and/or reserve team fixtures.
If a player wishes to play for the first team of a club that has played 18 first team matches, he must have played in 6 games for either the first and/or reserve teams of that club in the competitions stated in the rule to qualify.
In this example 30% is actually 5.4, but in all cases the number of games he has to have played is rounded up.
17 January 2015
If you notify the relevant people that your match has been postponed by e-mail or text, you MUST, request a receipt. You will be able to see if the Fixtures Secretary has received your message as the match will either have been deleted from Full Time or have a notation saying it has been postponed.
E-mails and text messages do go astray and it is the clubs responsibility to ensure that any e-mails or text messages sent have been received.
The correct way to notify all of the above is by telephone
If the referee calls the game off you MUST notify the Fixtures Secretary by TELEPHONE..
13 January 2015
Changed Venues and Kick-Off Times
Clubs are reminded that if they change the venue or the kick-off times from those shown on Full Time they must let the Fixtures Secretary and Referees Secretaries know.
This is so that there are no problems if the officials have to be changed at the last moment and will also enable the Website to be kept up to date for the benefit of anyone wishing to watch the match. It also ensures that players taking part in the match are made aware.
09 October 2014
Your attention is drawn to League Rule 8 (R) which deals with the procedure to be followed should you query the identity of a player of the opposing team.
The League Management Committee will only deal with appeals if the correct "Player Identification Form" has been used.
You can download a "Player Identification Form" via THIS link and clubs are urged to ensure that their team managers have at least one of these forms with them at every match.
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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
Football Stadia Improvement Grant
The Football Stadia Improvement Fund have updated the information regarding stadia funding for clubs from Step 1 to Step 7
The key points are that a higher percentage of total project cost are now available to Step 7 clubs and there is also a wider range of projects now eligible for funding
Follow this FSIF link for further details, including how much you can receive.
The presentation given at the All Clubs Meeting by the F.A. on 03 January 2013 is available via this link.
Information regarding Shared Access can be found via this link.
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