LAMBETH & SOUTHWARK PRIMARY SCHOOLS FOOTBALL (L&SPSF)
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NEWS - last updated Thursday 13 February 2020
Latest information on L&SPSF activities
 
 
9 a side Divisions, Fixtures and Results 2019/20 season
Composition of 9v9 divisions for 2019/20 season with fixtures and results
 
 
2019/20 Season 9v9 LEAGUE TABLES
LEAGUE TABLES
 
 
7 a side GIRLS FOOTBALL 2019/20 - LEAGUE TABLES, RESULTS & FIXTURES
GIRLS FOOTBALL - tables, results & fixtures
 
 
Season 2019/20 COMPETITION RULES
Rules governing the running of the league and its divisions
 
 
SCHOOL CONTACTS
Contact details of all participating schools.
 
 
MAGAZINE CUP
The Magazine Cup is a 9 a side knock out cup run by L&SPSF on behalf of the South London Schools F.A.
 
 
FAIR PLAY AWARDS and CRITERIA
Trophies to be awarded to schools for the sporting conduct of players, spectators and coaches.
 
 
FAIR PLAY TABLES FOR 2019/20
2019/20 Fair Play tables by division
 
 
11 & 9 A SIDE HONOURS
Trophy winners, 1997/98 to date
 
 
7 a side winners
Winners and runners up of the 7 a side competitions from 1997 to present
 
 
2013/14 Divisions, Fixtures & Results
Composition of divisions, fixtures and weekly results
 
 
2012/13 DIVISIONS, FIXTURES and RESULTS
Fixtures and Results
 
 
2011/12 League Tables
Final league tables 2011/12
 
 
XIV ANNUAL 7 A SIDE TOURNAMENT
Small sided competition held on 13 June 2010
 
 
XI ANNUAL 7 A SIDE TOURNAMENT - June 2007
A review of the 11th 7 a side tournament held on 10 June 2007 at the South Bank University Sports Ground.
 
 
X ANNUAL 7 A SIDE TOURNAMENT
Record of the 10th event on 11 June 2006
 
 
Rosendale Playing Fields Redevelopment
Information regarding the planned works to LPSFL's main venue.
 
 
South London Schools FA - District under 11 team
the South London Schools FA representative team, playing record and information
 
 
Complaints or Comments
Form for making comments or complaints
 
 
2005/2006 RESULTS
All league and cup results from the 2005/06 season
 
 
2005/06 FINAL LEAGUE TABLES
2005/06 Final League Tables
 
 
IX ANNUAL 7 A SIDE TOURNAMENT
All day schools football tournament held every year at South Bank University
 
 
CONSTITUTION
The constitution of the league with codes of guidance for players, coaches/managers and spectators
 
 
History of the League
Previous seasons reviewed since 1997/98
 
 

South London Schools FA - District under 11 team

Many people are uninformed about where the very roots of football are found in England. The media has emphasised the contribution of the Professional football academies. These in turn have recognised the efforts of the junior clubs who normally play on Sundays. Unfortunately the efforts of schools are often ignored or dismissed. The truth, however, is that many children have their first experience of playing organised football at school.This is especially true in primary school. It is often through the efforts of those involved in primary schools football that both junior clubs and academies are able to recruit players to their teams.

From the South London team shown above there were six players who gained academy scholarships and one a YTS .Three of them have gone on to play for England at different levels. We as a primary section have a proud record of finding pupils who have gone on to play professionally. Here are some of our past players who have careers in football.

Julian Gray
Wayne Gray
Scott Parker
Billy Mehmet
Rohan Ricketts
Ben Watson
Anton Ferdinand
Cherno Samba
There are others who have either gained professional contracts or academy places. Many of these are today playing non league football.

There are many others like John Butterfield and John Maloney who have played or are playing non league football

Two players who went on to play for Inner London at secondary level took another direction. Mark Awanah took to the athletics track and represented England in the long jump at the Manchester Commonwealth Games. Leon Walters became the World Heavy Weight Karate Champion

In a season the primary representative team usually plays 8 to 10 games and takes part in a County 7 a side tournament. They also travel to France to play in an International 9 a side tournament. In recent years they have been very successful winning several times the Inner London Schools FA Finch and Kay Trophies and the international 7 a side tournament in France.


History of the Association

The South London Schools FA (SLSFA) was founded in 1885 making it one of the oldest schools football associations in the world. LPSFL is pleased to be affiliated to such an historic football association. The SLSFA runs representative schools teams from under 11 which is the LPSFL age group up to under 19s. In recent seasons at under 11 SLSFA has had success winning the Finch (twice) and Kay Trophies and an international 7 a side competition in France (twice) with the bulk of the team provided by LPSFL schools.

The Magazine Cup was inaugurated in the 1930s by the SLSFA and was so named because the silver cup awarded to the winners was provided by a local sports magazine. The original trophy is still awarded to the winning school and is currently held by Rosendale of Herne Hill who beat Goose Green of East Dulwich in the 2019 final. 

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