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The Amateur FA is a County FA based in Greater London and we are affiliated to the Football Association (The FA) We pride ourselves on the skill and competitiveness of our leagues, and on our traditions of fair play and respect for opponents and match officials.
History. The club was established in by demobilised soldiers returning after fighting in World War I. They joined the Northern Amateur League, going on to win the league title in their first season. They were also winners of the Northumberland Minor Cup, beating Byker St.
Lawrence 2–1 in the final at Croft Park in Blyth in front of a crowd of around 5,Ground: Purvis Park, Percy Main. I refer to the continuing existence of such institutions as the Amateur Football Alliance, the Arthur Dunn Cup and the Arthurian League.
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W.E. Greenland, The History of the Amateur Football Alliance (Amateur Football Alliance: Harwich, ). More widely see also Richard Metcalfe, ‘The Origins, Development and Impact of the Football Association Amateur Cup, –’ (unpublished MA (by research) thesis, Leeds Metropolitan University, ).Author: Dave Russell.
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