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Cup competitions The FA Cup, first held in 1871, is the oldest national cup competition in the world. It is open to around 600 clubs in... The FA Community Shield (formerly Charity Shield), first held in 1908, is a single match played each August between the... The EFL Cup (Football League Cup), ...
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Explore the competitions and leagues supported by The Football Association. The Emirates FA Cup. The world's most famous domestic cup competition. Find out more Read more on The Emirates FA Cup. Women's. The Vitality Women's FA Cup, Barclays FA WSL, Women's Championship, Continental Tyres League Cup and more. Find out more Read more on Women's.
Subcategories. This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total. Defunct football competitions in England (4 C, 4 P) English football competition logos (85 F) Women's football competitions in England (7 C, 4 P)
The English Football League. The three levels below the Premier League make up the Football League. Basically it’s the old league system without the top tier, which broke off to call itself Premier. The top level of the Football League is called The Championship, with 24 teams.
The English Schools’ FA (ESFA) is the National Governing Body for Schools’ Football in England. It runs over 40 National Schools’ & Colleges’ cup competitions for boys and girls, as well as County and District Association representative teams.
Pages in category "Football cup competitions in England" The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
The English Football League pyramid is one, if not the most-watched sport across the globe. The series of interconnected leagues are run in a hierarchical system with promotion and relegation in place across every division. This promotion/relegation aspect is exactly the element that entertains the most. With the performance on a constant improvement, it surely gives every side the incentive that one day they could potentially play in England’s top league – the Premier League.