North Devon Football League

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Latest News

06 August 2018
The players in debt list has now been closed. Secretaries can view it via their log ins.

06 August 2018
The minutes from the Management Committee August meeting have been published. View the minutes.

16 July 2018
Georgeham & Croyde have informed the league that due to a lack of volunteers they have been forced to withdraw from the league.

16 July 2017
UPDATED: The league has now been linked so work on the fixtures has started. As you can imagine, this is a complicated process and your patience is appreciated.

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Management Committee Members
Chairman - Alan Evans
Vice-Chairman - Dave Parish
League Secretary - Mick Tattersall
Treasurer - Mick Tattersall
Fixtures Secretary - Mick Tattersall
Assistant & Registrations Secretary - Rob Bates
League Referees Officer - Tony Cloak
President - Bill Smale
Vice Presidents -
Rodney Harding
Alan Johns, Dave Pedler, Bill Smale
Committee -
A Alcock, B Fishleigh, P Hayes, M Saunders, S Sayer, D Todd.

Established - 1904
Current Champions -Braunton FC
Number of Divisions - 4
Number of Teams - 57
County Association - Devon FA


Results - Fixtures - Full Table


Results - Fixtures - Full Table


Results - Fixtures - Full Table

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Results - Fixtures - Full Table


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Charter Standard for Clubs

The FA Charter Standard Brand is a core component of The FA Football Development programme. The brand establishes minimum standards for football development and acts as a quality assurance mechanism recognising well run leagues and clubs. The Charter Standard Brand is a benchmark for quality, that highlights a commitment to improving the playing experience for all. The FA Charter Standard Brand can be achieved by all Clubs that are affiliated to the Devon or Cornwall County FA.