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On the 23rd June 2016, the decision was made to rebrand the Football Conference Youth Alliance to The National League U19 Alliance.

The League attracts clubs from the Premier League, Football League and the National League System Steps 1-5.

The objective of the competition is to provide a high-quality experience for 16-19 year olds both on the pitch and through nationally recognised educational qualifications.

The League’s officers are appointed by the National League. They are supported by a Committee, made up from representatives from the member clubs.

The National League U19 Alliance is professionally set up with its own offices located in Central Worcester, it is officially part of the main National League structure but for ease of administration it operates on its own, seeking its own sponsors and suppliers to benefit all member clubs/colleges.

All Enquires should be made through the Contact Us facility page on this website.

 

LEAGUE CUP WINNERS

2001/02

Hitchin Town

2002/03

Loughborough Students

2003/04

Cambridge City

2004/05

Wealdstone

2005/06

Boreham Wood

2006/07

Gravesend & Northfleet

2007/08

Cirencester Town

2008/09

Birmingham City Whites

2009/10

MMU Newcastle

2010/11

Charlton Athletic Trust

2011/12

Birmingham City Whites

2012/13

Dartford Whites

2013/14

Maidstone United Ambers

2014/15

Brentwood Town

2015/16

Kidderminster Harriers

2016/17

Dartford Whites

 

CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

2016/17

Boreham Wood Whites

 

 

 

 
Applications for the 2018/19 season.
Applications for the 2018/19 season.
The deadline for Clubs wishing to apply to join the competition for the 2018/19 season is fast approaching...
Eastbourne Borough Football Club is deeply saddened to announce the death of Mike Spooner.
Eastbourne Borough Football Club is deeply saddened to announce the death of Mike Spooner.
Following several months of poor health, and only last week a diagnosis of cancer, Mike passed away on Sunday evening 18th February. Our immediate thoughts, and all our love and condolences, go to his partner Sam and his daughter Abbie, as well as to other members of Mike's family.
Boldmere St. Michaels win top of the table clash in Division 'I' to close the gap on leaders Mansfield Town
Boldmere St. Michaels win top of the table clash in Division 'I' to close the gap on leaders Mansfield Town
By Myles McDevitt UCFB
 
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