It is important that the LMC is notified of any matchday problems that you encounter as an official. In order to maintain the high standards of our League please complete a report card and post to the designated committee member when necessary.
Apply To Enter The League
Please note; this article is for guidance only. For up-to-date information and criteria please contact the League Secretary.
Clubs wishing to enter the League must submit their letter of application to be received by the League Secretary no later th
WAKEFIELD & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE
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The Football Association and the British Standards Institution would like to draw your attention to the following guidelines for the safe use of goalposts. Too many serious injuries and fatalities have occurred in recent years as a result of unsafe or inc
Credits / Copyrights
Cup Final photographs copyright Mr. S. Habib, Wakefield & District Sunday Football League.
Landlord's, Premier Cup and Division 2 Cup Final match reports copyright Mr. S. Habib, Wakefield & District Sunday League.
All remaining articles copyright Mr
Progressing to Pro
<b>A number of professional players and referees began their careers in the Wakefield & District Sunday Football League.</b>
Most recently Shepherds Arms forward Ollie Johnson turned professional with a move to Stockport County followed by a career-enh
Origins Of The League
The Wakefield & District Sunday League was formed in 1970 by a group of local lads who were unable to play on Saturdays for a number of reasons.
Together, they formed the initial 12 teams and began playing each other on a midweek basis until eventually
This picture of Wakefield F.A. Referees' Society was taken in 1968 prior to their annual match in aid of the West Riding County F.A. Benevolent Fund. Harry Betts, pictured in the middle of the front row, submitted the photograph to the Wakefield Express N
In this section of the site you have access to the Rules & Regulations of all Competitions governed by the Wakefield & District Sunday Football League.
This reproduction of the Rules & Regulations should be identical to the Rules & Regulations in your
The Football Association
All players and officials should now be well aware of the Football Association's successful 'Respect' campaign.
Most clubs will have received the 'Respect' pack and it is advantageous to review it with your playe
There will be a charge levied for every replacement handbook or Match Report Sheet book to cover the cost of printing and postage.
Each season you will be issued with one handbook per team and one Match Report Sheet book per team. This is included in
Frequently Asked Questions
HOW MANY PLAYERS CAN I SIGN ON A MATCHDAY?
You can sign TWO players on per League Match. There is romm to sign both players on the same form which is available in the [DOWNLOADS] section
CAN I SIGN PLAYERS ON A MATCHDAY FOR A CUP TIE?
Yes - for domes
In this section you will find all of the Rules & Regulations of the Competition.
It is intended to be a quick and easy alternative to trawling through your handbook, looking for the right paragraph.
This page will be updated shortly.
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