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A.C. Lucia »
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A.C. Malden »
Riverhill Estate, Worcester Park Road, Kingston
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A.C. Manor Park »
St. Albans Avenue, East Ham, London
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A.C. Medz F.C. »
Cheshunt, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire
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A.C. Milano »
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A.F.C. Avalon »
Bradfield Road, Silvertown, London
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A.F.C. Battersea (Wimbledon) »
Dundonald Road, London, Greater London
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A.F.C. Carshalton »
Mollison Drive, Wallington, Surrey
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A.F.C. Cheam »
Bushey Road, Raynes Park
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A.F.C. Cheshunt »
Mill Lane, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
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A.F.C. Crown & Anchor »
Camphill Road, West Byfleet, Woking
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A.F.C. Cubo »
Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London
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A.F.C. Groucho »
The Hub, London, Greater London
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A.F.C. Knights »
Donkey Lane, London, Greater London
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A.F.C. Molesey »
Walton Road, West Molesey, Surrey
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A.F.C. Mymms »
Old Rectory Drive, Hatfield, Hertfordshire
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A.F.C. Pagliaccio »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
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A.F.C. Redlands »
Dorking Road, Bookham, Surrey
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A.F.C. Revellers (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
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A.F.C. Rhodrons »
Hook Road, Chessington, Surrey
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A.F.C. Saints »
Cunningham Hill, St Albans, Hertfordshire
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A.F.C. Watermans »
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A.F.C. Welwyn »
London Road, Woolmer Green, Hertfordshire
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A.F.C. Woking »
Camphill Road, West Byfleet, Woking
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A3 Milan United »
Goals Wimbledon, Beverley Way, New Malden
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Abbey National Sports & Social Club »
Headstone Lane, North Harrow, Harrow
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Abn Ammo »
Highgate Road, Camden Town, Greater London
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Abohani »
Grove Road, Bow, Greater London
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Absolute Bankers »
Randolph Avenue, London
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Ac Finchley »
Page Street, Mill Hill, Middlesex
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Ac Keys (S) »
Stansfeld Road, Beckton, London
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Ac Matalan (Afa) »
Randolph Avenue, London
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Acton »
Park Place, Acton, London
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Acton Central »
Park Place, Acton, London
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Acton Villa »
Noel Road, Ealing, Greater London
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Addlestone Wanderers »
Victory Park Road, Addlestone, Surrey
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Adipure (Hamlet 7) »
Champion Hill Stadium, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich
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Afc Hornchurch »
Hornchurch Stadium, Bridge Avenue, Upminster
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Afc Palmeires (S) »
Harrow Road, Wanstead, London
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Afc Revellers (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
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Afc Wood (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
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Ainslie Wood »
Noel Road, London
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Airfield Park (S) »
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Albion »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
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Albion, The »
Siviter Way, Dagenham
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Aldgate Club East »
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All Nations Centre »
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All Saints Peckham »
College Road, London, Greater London
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Allegis (Elms) »
Rhodeswell Road, London
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Allen & Overy »
As Allocated By League, London
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Apasenth »
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Armenian Youth Association »
Park Place, Acton, London
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Arnos Rangers »
Church Hill Road, East Barnet, Greater London
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Asco »
Churchgate, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
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Ascot United (S) »
Off Goodmayes Lane, Ilford
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Ashbourne College (Elms) »
100 Manchester Road, Bethnal Green, Greater London
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Ashurst »
As Allocated By League, London
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Astra (S) »
Longwood Gardens, Ilford
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Atlletico Earlsfield (Elms) »
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Atoc (S) »
Rainham Road, Dagenham
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Austin Flyers (Elms) »
Rhodeswell Road, London
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Aveley Northend »
Purfleet Road, Aveley, South Ockendon
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Avondale Rangers »
Roding Road /Avondale Drive, Loughton, Essex
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A-Wave-O »
As Allocated By League, London
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B.T.P. United (British Transport Police) »
High Road, Chigwell, Essex
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Bafana Bafana »
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Baker & Mckenzie »
As Allocated By League, London
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Balham Bowling Club »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
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Balkan United »
Scrubs Lane/Artillery Road, Ducane Road, London
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Balmoral (S) »
Aveley Bypass, South Ockendon
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Bancroft [Essex Parent] »
Buckhurst Way, Buckhurst Hill
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Bancroft United »
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Bank Of England »
Bank Lane, London, Greater London
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Banstead Town »
Woodfield Avenue, Carshalton, Greater London
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Bar Avenue (S) »
125 Wadham Road, Chingford, London
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Bar Stool Owner (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
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Barca »
Charlton Park Lane, Woolwich, Greater London
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Barearselona (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
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Barking »
Lodge Avenue, Barking
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Barking Borough »
Dagenham Road, Dagenham
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Barking College »
Dagenham Road, Romford
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Barking Mad »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
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Barking Rangers (S) »
London Playing Fields Society, Forest Road, Barkingside
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Barking Sunday Blues (S) »
Longbridge Road, Barking
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Barlow Lyde & Gilbert »
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Barnes Albion »
Dukes Meadow, Riverside Road, Chiswick
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Barnes Village »
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Barnet [Herts Parent] »
Barnet Lane, Barnet, Greater London
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Barnet Deaf »
Montrose Lane, Edgware, Middlesex
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Barnet Dfc »
Noel Road, London
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Barnsey (Elms) »
Rhodeswell Road, London, Greater London
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Bath Old Boys United Fc »
Dundonald Road, London, Greater London
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Battersea 5Ths »
Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London
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Battersea Alexandra »
Noel Road, London
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Battersea Lions »
Heathfield Road, Wandsworth, London
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Battersea Scorers (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
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Bayonne Rangers »
Peterborough Road, Fulham, Greater London
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Bb Eagles »
Park Place, Off Gunnersbury Avenue, London
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Bdo (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
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Beauchamp Rovers (S) »
Blackshots Lane, Grays
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Beaumont Athletic »
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Belfry (S) »
Whalebone Lane North, Romford
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Belvedere Royals »
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Beormund School (Youth) »
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Berwick (S) »
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Besso »
Barkingside, Station Road
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Bethnal Green Celtic »
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Bethnal Green United »
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Bethwin Se Mens »
Camberwell, London
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Bexlians »
Well Hall, Kidbrooke Lane, London
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Birch (S) »
Siviter Way, Dagenham
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Bishops Park »
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Blackheath Wanderers »
63 Eltham Road, Eltham, Greenwich
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Blackwall United (Elms) »
100 Manchester Road, Bethnal Green, Greater London
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Blizzard Storm »
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Blue Anchor »
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Boca Ladies »
Sports Pavillion, Langston Road, Loughton
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Boca Senior's (Wimbledon) »
Prince Georges Playing Fields, Ground Drive, Raynes Park
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Boston Celtics »
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Boundary Estate »
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Bow Young Prince »
Hackney East Marshes, Millfield's Road, London
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Bradmore Rovers »
London Road, Woolmer Green, Hertfordshire
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Brent Knoll School (Youth) »
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Brent Police »
Hendon, Greater London
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Brentford St Georges »
Ealing Campus, Argyle Road, Ealing
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Brentnal »
Morden Road, Merton, Greater London
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Brighton London Seagulls »
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Bristol City (London) Supporters »
Riverside Drive, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
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Brixton Town »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
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Brixton United »
Dulwich Common, Dulwich, London
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Broadway Celtic »
Goldsmith Avenue, Hendon, Middlesex
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Bromley By Bow »
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Bromley R And B's »
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Broxbourne Badgers »
Church Lane, Wormley, Hertfordshire
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Broxbourne Rangers Old Boys »
Stanstead Road, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire
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Buckhurst Hill »
Roding Lane, Buckhurst Hill
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Burdett »
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Burgesses (Hamlets 7) »
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Bushwackers (Hamlet 7) »
Champion Hill Stadium, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich
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Busolona (S) »
Aveley Bypass, South Ockendon
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Cambozola »
As Allocated By League, London, Greater London
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Campion Old Boys (S) »
Cottons Approach, Romford
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Campion Tuesday »
Wingletye Lane, Hornchurch
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Cannons (Edmonton) »
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Carrington (S) »
Off Goodmayes Lane, Ilford
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Carshalton College Casuals »
Surrey
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Carshalton Town »
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Castle Afc Old Boys »
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Catford Exiles (Veterans) »
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Cfb »
Sidmouth Drive, South Ruislip, Middlesex
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Chadwell Athletic (S) »
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Chadwell Heath Baptist Church (S) »
Wood Lane, Dagenham
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Chandler Athletic »
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Charing Cross Association »
Riverside Drive, Chiswick, Middlesex
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Charlton Athletic »
The Valley, Floyd Road, Greenwich
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Charlton Athletic Deaf »
Canadian Avenue, Catford, Greater London
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Charnwood United »
Fairfield Rd East, Kingston Upon Thames, Greater London
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Chaseside (S) »
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Cheam Machine »
Longmead Road, Off Weston Green Road, Thames Ditton
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Cheam Sports Mantova »
Peaches Close, Cheam, Greater London
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Cheam Village Warriors »
Kingston Rd, Tolworth, Surbiton
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Chelsea »
Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London
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Chequers (S) »
Eastern Avenue, Romford
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Chertsey Old Salesians »
Imber Court, Ember Lane, East Molesey
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Cheshunt »
The Stadium, Theobalds Lane, Cheshunt
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Chessington Athletic »
West End Lane, West End, West End
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Chessington K.C »
Sir Francis Barker Ground, Leatherhead Road, Chessington
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Chingford Athletic »
Forest Road, Hainault, Ilford
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Chislehurst Sports »
London
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Chiswick Griffin »
Swyncombe Avenue, London
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Church End »
Holywell Hill, St Albans, Hertfordshire
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Churchbury »
Enfield, Middlesex
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Churchdown Veterans »
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City Boyz (Elms) »
Rhodeswell Road, London, Greater London
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Civil Service [Afa Parent] »
Riverside, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
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Clapham Rovers »
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Claret (S) »
Rainham Road, Dagenham
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Claygate & Ditton »
Ewell Road, Long Ditton, Esher
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Clichy »
Stepney Way, Stepney, Greater London
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Clifton Torpedos »
Starbucks Close, Eltham, London
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Clippers The Enemy (Hamlets 7) »
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Cluttons »
Noel Road, London
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Cms Cameron Mckenna »
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Co19 Metropolitan Police »
High Road, Chigwell
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Cockfosters »
Chalk Lane, , Enfield
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Codicote »
Stanborough Road, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
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Colindale Cosmos »
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Colliers Cre »
Albany Road, Walworth, London
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Colts Mile End »
Hackney East Marshes, Millfield's Road, London
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Concordia »
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Co-Op United »
Aveley Bypass, South Ockendon
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Copland »
Hillside, Harrow Road, Stonebridge
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Corinthian »
Poole Road
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Cornerstone »
West End Lane, Esher, Surrey
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Cosmopolitan Athletic »
Hackney East Marshes, Millfield's Road, London
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Cottonmill »
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Cranes United »
Upton Lane, Forest Gate, London
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Cranners United (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
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Crescent Rovers »
34 Mollison Drive, Wallington, Surrey
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Cromer Park »
Aveley Bypass, South Ockendon
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Crossworld »
Randolph Avenue, Maida Vale, London
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Crowmill (S) »
Mossford Green, Barkingside, Ilford
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Croydon Red Star »
Kimber Road, Greater London
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Croygas Sports »
Mollinson Drive, Wallington, Surrey
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Crystal Palace »
Selhurst Park, Selhurst, Greater London
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Crystal Palace & Dulwich Veterans »
Dulwich Common, Dulwich, London
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Ctc Fc (Elms) »
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Cushman & Wakefield (Middlesex Parent) »
Albany Road, Walworth, London
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Cushman And Wakefield »
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Cwm »
Pope's Lane, Hounslow, Greater London
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Cyril Sweett »
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Cyrus The Great »
Tudor Drive, Morden, Greater London
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D&G Unit (Hamlets 7) »
Champion Hill Stadium, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich
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Dads Army »
Hatfield, Hertfordshire
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Dagenham Elite (S) »
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Dagenham Sports (S) »
Longbridge Road, Barking
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Danone (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
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Dansu All Stars »
Riverside, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
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Dashwood »
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De Novo »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
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Dealogic (Elms) »
Rhodeswell Road, London, Greater London
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Debenham Thouard Zadelhoff »
Albany Road, Walworth, London
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Dechert »
As Determined By League, London
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Defence Sports & Recreational Association (Dsra) »
Bank Lane, London, Greater London
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Denton Wilde Sapte »
As Allocated By League, London
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Ditton Dynamo »
Claygate Lane, Hinchley Wood, Surrey
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Dockhead »
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Docklands Amateurs »
Homerton Road, London
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Dolestars »
Campdale Road, London
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Downhills Park »
Camrose Avenue, Edgware, Middlesex
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Drayton Athletic »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
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Drivers Jonas »
Hawkstone Road, Surrey Quays, London
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Duke (Sportsmans) »
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Dynamo »
Regent's Park, London, Greater London
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Dynamo Angies »
Noel Road, London
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Dynamo Bpp »
As Allocated By League, London
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Dynamo Camford »
Battersea, London
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Dynamo Cross »
Ellisway, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
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Dynamo Kebab (S) »
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Dynamo Kingston »
Malden Road, New Malden, Surrey
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Dynamo's »
Chapel Farm Road, New Eltham, Greater London
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E.C. Harris Llp »
Loncroft Road, London, Greater London
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E.C. United »
Grove Park Road, Mottingham, Surrey
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E.S.B. Shantytown »
As Allocated By League, London, Greater London
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E16 (S) »
Parsloes Avenue, Dagenham
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Ealing Borough »
Park Place, Off Gunnersbury Avenue, London
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Ealing Old Boys »
Ealing Campus, Argyle Road, Ealing
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Earlsberg Eagles »
Regent's Park, London, Greater London
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Earlsmead »
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East Barnet Athletic »
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East End »
Grove Road, Bow, Greater London
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East Ham Working Mens Club Vets »
Roman Road, East Ham, London
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East Herts (Mw) »
Churchgate, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
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East London Elite »
Capel Road, Aldersbrook, London
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East Londoners »
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East One »
Grove Road, Bow, Greater London
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Eastside Athletic (S) »
Lambs Lane North, Rainham
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Eastside Rangers (London Communities) »
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Economicals »
Windsor Avenue, New Malden, Surrey
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Edexcel »
Unit 1-4, Wheler Street, London
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Edf Energy Vets »
87-91 Footscray Road, Eltham, Greater London
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Eel Brook Rangers »
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Eight Bells 2005 »
Ascots Lane, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
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El Matadors »
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Eleventh Plus Old Boys »
Ewell Road, Cheam, Surrey
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Elite Youth Senior »
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Elizabeth Allen Old Boys »
Coopers Lane, Northaw, Hertfordshire
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Emeronians »
Forest Road, Hainault, Ilford
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Emwa (S) »
Longwood Gardens, Ilford
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Enfield College »
Donkey Lane, Enfield, Middlesex
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Enfield Royals »
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Epsom Athletic »
Deckers Sports Ground, Tolworth, Surrey
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Epsom Casuals »
Alexandra Road, Epsom, Surrey
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Epsom Downs »
Ewell Road, Long Ditton, Esher
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Eri Stars »
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Erith And Dartford Town »
Bayliss Avenue, Thamesmead, Greater London
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Ernies Young Guns »
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Escape (St. Andrews) (S) »
Central Park, Dagenham
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Esher »
Lynwood Road, Hinchley Wood, Surrey
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Esher United »
Molesey Road, Hersham, Surrey
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Esprit »
Longwood Gardens, Ilford
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Ethers (Pitch Invasion) »
Private Banks Sports Ground, Canadian Avenue, Catford
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Eton Manor »
Lodge Avenue, Barking
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Eureka »
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Eurostar »
Aquaterra Leisure Centre, Market Road, Greater London
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Ewell Town »
Weston Green Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey
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Ewell Village United »
Old School Lane, Ewell West, Ewell
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Eze Castle United (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
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F.C Boca (Ehcl) »
Goffs Lane, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
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F.C. Banterlona »
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F.C. Barsel (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
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F.C. Katanga »
As Allocated By League, London, Greater London
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F.C. Lister (Elms) »
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F.C. Marylebone »
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F.C. Melbourne »
Well Hall, Kidbrooke Lane, London
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F.C. Plasma »
Charlton Park Lane, Woolwich, Greater London
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F.C. Talent »
King Charles Road, Surbiton, Greater London
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F.C. Tilburg Regents »
Burr Road, Wandsworth, Greater London
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F.C. Tudor »
Footscray Road, New Eltham, Greater London
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F.D.M. United (Elms) »
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Fabian (S) »
South Access Road, London
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Fairway Vets Fc »
Hylands Way, Hornchurch
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Falmer Palmer (Elms) »
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Family United »
Camrose Avenue, Edgware, Middlesex
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Farmer Palmer (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
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Fatcats »
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Fc Assyria »
Park Place, Acton, London
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Fc Clunge (Elms) »
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Fc Deportivo Thurrock (S) »
Blackshots Lane, Grays
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Fc Grasshoppers »
Donkey Lane, Enfield, Middlesex
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Ferndale (West End) »
Riverside, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
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Field Fisher Waterhouse »
As Allocated By League, London
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Five Alive (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
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Flames United »
Weigall Rd, Kidbrooke, Greater London
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Flamingoes »
Eltham Palace Road, Eltham, Greenwich
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Flamstead End »
Cheshunt Club, Albury Ride, Cheshunt
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Flanders »
Melbourne Road, East Ham, London
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Ford Body Tooling »
Rush Green Road, Romford, Romford
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Ford Lions (S) »
Aldborough Road South, Newbury Park, Ilford
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Forest Gate »
Aberdour Road, Redbridge, London
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Forresters United (S) »
Purfleet Road, Aveley, South Ockendon
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Frenford Senior »
Forest Road, Barkingside, Ilford
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Fresh United »
Rutland Walk, London, Greater London
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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer »
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Fsa »
As Allocated By League, London
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Fulham »
Craven Cottage, Stevenage Road, Fulham
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Fulham Community Sports Trust »
Fulham Fc Training Ground, New Malden, Greater London
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Fulham Compton Old Boys »
Mill Hill Road, Barnes, London
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Fulham Deaf »
Motspur Park, New Malden, Greater London
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Fulham Kickz »
Adult Male
Fun Football Academy Y »
High Road, Chigwell
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Gardiner & Theobald »
Noel Road, London
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Garmyan »
Scrubs Lane/Artillery Road, Ducane Road, London
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Gaziantepspor (Uk) »
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Gerald Eve »
Albany Road, Walworth, London
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Get Stuck In (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
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Gladstone (Hamlets 7) »
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Glassmasters Vets »
Purfleet Road, Aveley, South Ockendon
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Glendale »
Longwood Gardens, Ilford
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Glenthorne United »
London Playing Fields, Forest Road, Barkingside
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Goff Gremlins »
Cheshunt, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire
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Goffs Oak F.C. »
Hammond Street, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
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Goffs Oak Youth »
Goffs Lane, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire
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Goffs Old Boys »
Goffs Lane, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
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Golden Boots »
Aquaterra Leisure Centre, Market Road, Greater London
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Golden Eagles »
Silvermere Road, Lewisham, Greater London
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Goldfingers »
Heathfield Road, Wandsworth, London
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Goldsmiths »
Bexley, Kent
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Good Shepherd (S) »
Rainham Road, Dagenham
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Goodfellas (Hamlet 7) »
Champion Hill Stadium, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich
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Goose (Elms) »
Rhodeswell Road, London, Greater London
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Gorkys (Elms) »
Mapleton Road, Wandsworth, Greater London
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Grand Drive »
Prince Georges Playing Fields, Ground Drive, Raynes Park
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Grange Park »
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Grant Thornton »
Cavendish Road, Chiswick, Greater London
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Grantchester Road »
Regent's Park, London, Greater London
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Gray's Inn »
As Allocated By League, London
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Green Oak Moreton »
Noel Road, London
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Green Park Rangers »
Albert Bridge Road, Battersea, Battersea
Adult Male
Greenbury United »
College Road, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Greenford Gaints »
Adult Male
Greenwich & Southwark Rovers »
Charlton Park Lane, Woolwich, Greater London
Adult Male
Greenwich Clippers »
Windmill Drive, London
Adult Male
Greyhound (The) (S) »
Adult Male
Gsk »
Swyncombe Avenue, Brentford, Middlesex
Adult Male
Gun Show (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
Gva Grimley »
Adult Male
Hackney Revolution »
Noel Road, London
Adult Male
Hadley »
Adult Male
Hadley Green »
Coopers Lane, Northaw, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Haileybury »
Stanstead Road, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Hainault Forest (S) »
Adult Male
Hall Grove Garage »
London Road, Woolmer Green, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Hammersmith & Fulham Boys »
King Street, Hammersmith, Fulham
Adult Male
Hampton Badgers »
Summer Avenue, East Molesey, Middlesex
Adult Male
Happy Wanderers (Charity) »
Adult Male
Hare And Hounds »
Adult Male
Haringey Athletic »
Adult Male
Haringey Borough Police »
High Road, Chigwell, Essex
Adult Male
Harley United (Vets) »
63 Eltham Road, Eltham, Greenwich
Adult Male
Harmony Christian Centre »
Adult Male
Harrodian Cavaliers »
Kingston Rd, Tolworth, Surbiton
Adult Male
Harrow Borough [Middlesex Parent] »
Earlsmead, Carlyon Ave, Harrow
Adult Male
Harrow Lyons »
Kodak Sports Ground, Harrow View, Harrow
Adult Male
Harrow St Marys »
Hindes Road, Harrow, Greater London
Adult Male
Hassra London »
Adult Male
Hatcham Park Rovers »
Adult Male
Hatfield Seniors »
Lemsford Lane, Welwyn, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Hatfield Town »
Adult Male
Hatfield Yellows »
Stanborough Road, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Havering Nalgo (S) »
Kenilworth Avenue, Harold Park, Romford
Adult Male
Haymerle School (Youth) »
Adult Male
Hays Construction & Property »
Pope's Lane, Hounslow, Greater London
Adult Male
Hc Dazzlers (Elms) »
Rhodeswell Road, London
Adult Male
Headstone Manor Under 21 »
Headstone Lane, North Harrow, Harrow
Adult Male
Heath Lambert »
Aldborough Road South, Newbury Park, Ilford
Adult Male
Heathervale Baptist Church »
Park Side, New Haw, Surrey
Adult Male
Heathfield »
Grove Park Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Hedgehog »
Beehive Lane, Welwyn, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Helvecia Futsal Team (Futsal) »
Adult Male
Hendon United »
Great North Way, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Herbert Smith »
As Allocated By League, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Hersham Elm Grove »
Walton Lane, Walton-On-Thames, Surrey
Adult Male
Hersham Royals »
Highfield Road, Walton-On-Thames, Surrey
Adult Male
Hertford Regional College (Broxbourne) »
Chalk Lane, Cockfosters
Adult Male
Highshore School (Youth) »
Adult Male
Highstone »
Adult Male
Hiscox »
Wosley Bridge Road, Beckenham, Kent
Adult Male
History Old Boys »
Randolph Avenue, London
Adult Male
Hogan Lovells »
As Allocated By League, London
Adult Male
Holderness United [Surrey Parent] »
Dundonald Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Holloway (S) »
Longbridge Road, Barking
Adult Male
Holloway Galaxy »
Aquaterra Leisure Centre, Market Road, Greater London
Adult Male
Holmwood County Dazzlers »
Morden Road, Merton, Greater London
Adult Male
Holy Mount Zion »
Beckett Close, Church End, London
Adult Male
Homenetmen »
Park Place, Acton, London
Adult Male
Homerton Academicals »
The Store Yard, Inner Circle, St John's Wood
Adult Male
Honourable Artillery Company »
Armoury House, City Road, London
Adult Male
Hook Venturers »
Hook Road, Chessington, Surrey
Adult Male
Hornchurch Athletic (S) »
Hylands Way, Hornchurch
Adult Male
Hornford Park (S) »
Kenilworth Avenue, Harold Park, Romford
Adult Male
Hornminster Vets »
Aveley Bypass, South Ockendon
Adult Male
Horse & Cart (Elms) »
Adult Male
House Of Fun »
Adult Male
Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment »
Hyde Park Barracks, Knightsbridge, Greater London
Adult Male
Household Division Bands »
Wellington Barracks, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Hoxton Casuals »
As Allocated By League, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Hub Athletic Fc »
Peterborough Road, Fulham, Greater London
Adult Male
Huracan »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
Adult Male
Hurlingham Athletic »
Peterborough Road, Fulham, Greater London
Adult Male
Hurricanes »
Adult Male
Hurricanes(Afa) »
Randolph Avenue, Maida Vale, London
Adult Male
Hylands Athletic (S) »
Hylands Way, Hornchurch
Adult Male
Ian Mikado School (Youth) »
Adult Male
Icarus »
St Michaels Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Ilford »
486 High Road, Ilford
Adult Male
Incomes Data Services (Ids) »
Aquaterra Leisure Centre, Market Road, Greater London
Adult Male
Inn On The Green »
Adult Male
Inter Manor »
Field End Road, Eastcote, Pinner
Adult Male
Inter Stella (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
Interlagos (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
International Students House »
Adult Male
Investment Property Databank (Ipd) »
Albany Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Ipcress Xi »
Dr Johnson Ave, Tooting, London
Adult Male
Iskele »
Adult Male
Island »
Adult Male
Islington Borough (Mpaa) »
High Road, Chigwell, Essex
Adult Male
Iver Heath Village »
Off Church Road, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire
Adult Male
Japanese Gaia (J-Gaia) »
Adult Male
Jays Girls »
Ballards Road, Dagenham
Adult Male
Jenningsbet (S) »
Parsloes Avenue, Dagenham
Adult Male
Jesus House »
The Mall, Kenton, Middlesex
Adult Male
John Lewis (Central) »
Artillery Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
John Lewis (Oxford Street) (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
Adult Male
John Rowan & Partners »
Adult Male
Jones Lang Lasalle »
Albany Road, Walworth, London
Adult Male
Juva »
Bow Common Lane, Poplar, Greater London
Adult Male
Kcs Old Boys »
Motspur Park, New Malden, Surrey
Adult Male
Kd Opps »
Aldborough Road South, Seven Kings, Ilford
Adult Male
Kebab & Wine (Hamlets 7) »
Adult Male
Keepey Upeys »
Adult Male
Kenchels »
Riverside, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
Adult Male
Kenningtons (S) »
Adult Male
Kenningwell United »
Ledrington Road, Greater London
Adult Male
Kensal Angels (Elms) »
Adult Male
Kentfica (Hamlets 7) »
Champion Hill Stadium, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich
Adult Male
Kickers Futsal »
100 Oliver Road, Leyton, London
Adult Male
Kingfisher (Edmonton) »
Adult Male
King's College London »
Windsor Avenue, New Malden, Surrey
Adult Male
Kings Old Boys »
Windsor Avenue, New Malden, Surrey
Adult Male
Kingsborough »
Tudor Drive, Morden, Greater London
Adult Male
Kingsbury Ardent »
Champions Way, Mill Hill, Middlesex
Adult Male
Kingsbury London Tigers »
Greenlands Lane, Hendon, London
Adult Male
Kingston (S) »
Adult Male
Kingston Police »
Imber Court Sports Ground, Ember Lane, East Molesey
Adult Male
Kingston Road »
Barnett Wood Lane, Ashtead, Surrey
Adult Male
Knight Frank »
Albany Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Kodak Harrow »
Kodak Sports Ground, Harrow View, Harrow
Adult Male
Kpmg London »
As Allocated By League, London
Adult Male
Kuwaiti Fc »
Adult Male
Laburnum House »
Adult Male
Lacey Wanderers (S) »
Forest Road, Hainault, Ilford
Adult Male
Lakeview (S) »
Longwood Gardens, Ilford
Adult Male
Lambert Smith Hampton »
Adult Male
Lambeth All Stars »
Turney Road, Dulwich, Greater London
Adult Male
Lambeth Classics (Vets) »
Dulwich Common, Dulwich, London
Adult Male
Lambeth Rovers »
Adult Male
Lambeth United »
Adult Male
Lancaster Youth Centre »
St. Mark's Road, Chelsea, Greater London
Adult Male
Lancing Old Boys »
Old Kingston Road, Tolworh, Surrey
Adult Male
Laos Athletic »
Gallery Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Larsen (S) »
Rochford Avenue, Waltham Abbey
Adult Male
Lcp Revolution (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
Lea Valley Royals »
Chalk Lane, Cockfosters
Adult Male
Leabridge Rangers (S) »
Leabridge Road, Leyton, London
Adult Male
Leatherhead »
Fetcham Grove, Guildford Rd, Leatherhead
Adult Male
Leatherhead Athletic »
Guildford Road, Leatherhead, Surrey
Adult Male
Legends (S) »
St. Chads Road, Tilbury
Adult Male
Lewin Sports »
Turle Road, Norbury, Greater London
Adult Male
Lewisham Borough (Community) »
Silvermere Road, Lewisham, Greater London
Adult Male
Lewisham Kickz »
Glenbow Road, Bromley, Kent
Adult Male
Lewisham Police »
Whitfield Place, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Leytonstone United »
Forest Road, Hainault, Ilford
Adult Male
Liberty »
London Road, Romford
Adult Male
Linklaters »
As Allocated By League, London
Adult Male
Livingstone R.A.R.A. [Surrey Parent] »
Turney Road, Dulwich, Greater London
Adult Male
Livingstone Rara »
Turney Road, Dulwich, Greater London
Adult Male
Lockton »
Adult Male
Lokomotiv Londres (Sportsmans) »
Adult Male
London Albion »
Charlton Road, Charlton, Greater London
Adult Male
London Apsa »
Newham Leisure Centre, 281 Prince Regent Lane, Plaistow
Adult Male
London Business School Alumni »
Inner Circle, London, Greater London
Adult Male
London Business School Students »
Adult Male
London Cp »
Adult Male
London Fire Brigade »
Adult Male
London Hibernian Supporters »
Riverside, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
Adult Male
London Legends (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
Adult Male
London Lionhearts »
Grand Drive, Raynes Park, Merton
Adult Male
London Maccabi (Futsal) »
Leyton, Greater London
Adult Male
London Metropolitan University »
(Wadham Lodge Sports Lodge), Wadham Road, Chingford
Adult Male
London Ps »
Rhodeswell Road, Tower Hamlets, London
Adult Male
London Rhinos »
Adult Male
London Spartans »
The Ride, Enfield, Middlesex
Adult Male
London Tigers »
Inner Circle, London
Adult Male
London Welsh »
Cavendish Road, Chiswick, Greater London
Adult Male
Long Lane »
Dursley Road, Kidbrooke, Greater London
Adult Male
Lonsdale (S) »
West Road, Chadwell Heath, Romford
Adult Male
Lord Morpeth P H »
Grove Road, Bow, London
Adult Male
Lorol All Stars (London Overground) »
As Allocated By League, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Love Cheese (Hamlets 7) »
Adult Male
Lower Green »
Farm Road, Esher, Surrey
Adult Male
Lowhall »
Little Heath, Barley Lane, Romford
Adult Male
Luckypool (Hamlets 7) »
Champion Hill Stadium, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich
Adult Male
Lullingstone »
Footscray Road, Eltham, Greater London
Adult Male
Lyric Celtic »
Wandsworth, Greater London
Adult Male
Mablet »
Coppermill Lane, Walthamstow, London
Adult Male
Macfarlanes »
As Allocated By League, London
Adult Male
Manor Athletic »
Green Lane, Worcester Park, Surrey
Adult Male
Manor Park »
Dore Avenue, Manor Park, London
Adult Male
Manor Park United »
Capel Road, Aldersbrook, London
Adult Male
Manorwood »
Church Manor Way, Abbeywood, Kent
Adult Male
Mansard Rovers »
Lambs Lane North, Rainham
Adult Male
Maori »
Ember Lane, East Molesey, Surrey
Adult Male
Maori Park »
Kingston Rd, Tolworth, Surbiton
Adult Male
Marigold »
Grove Park Road, Sidcup, Greater London
Adult Male
Markyate »
Ballards Road, Dagenham
Adult Male
Marshalswick Rovers »
Adult Male
Marshateers (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
Mas-Air »
Adult Male
Mauritius International »
Adult Male
Mavericks Sports »
Adult Male
Mbu »
Randolph Avenue, London
Adult Male
Meadowgate School (Youth) »
Adult Male
Meath United »
Parnell Road, Bow, Greater London
Adult Male
Melfort Eagles »
Grand Drive, Raynes Park, Merton
Adult Male
Melrose »
34 Mollison Drive, Wallington, Surrey
Adult Male
Meridian »
Charlton Park Lane, Woolwich, Greater London
Adult Male
Meridian Sports & Social Club »
Charlton Park Lane, Woolwich, Greater London
Adult Male
Merton Orient »
Dundonald Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Merton Rangers »
Morden Road, Merton, Greater London
Adult Male
Merton Social »
Hebdon Road, Tooting, London
Adult Male
Metpol Chigwell Ne »
High Road, Chigwell
Adult Male
Middlesbrough Supporters South »
Riverside, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
Adult Male
Middlesex University »
Goldsdown Road, Enfield, Middlesex
Adult Male
Millwall »
The New Den, Zampa Road, London
Adult Male
Millwall Elite »
Manchester Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Mishcon De Reya »
As Allocated By League, London
Adult Male
Mitsubishi Electric »
48 Mollison Drive, South Beddington, Greater London
Adult Male
Mod (A) »
Mod Main Building, Whitehall, London
Adult Male
Molesey Community Church »
Molesham Way, West Molesey, Surrey
Adult Male
Molesey Royals »
Walton Road, West Molesey, Surrey
Adult Male
Monkey Tennis (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
Moorings Social Club »
Adult Male
Morden »
Adult Male
Morrisons »
Adult Male
Mosquito »
De Havillland Campus, Hertsherts
Adult Male
Motor Racing Club Ewell »
Compton Crescent, Chessington, Surrey
Adult Male
Mountsfield Town »
Silvermere Road, Lewisham, Greater London
Adult Male
N.K. Aces »
100 Oliver Road, Leyton, London
Adult Male
Nabarro »
As Allocated By League, London
Adult Male
Nacional De Londres »
Grand Drive, Raynes Park, Greater London
Adult Male
Nat Mags (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
National »
Putney Bridge Rd, Wandsworth, London
Adult Male
Nb Real Estates »
Albany Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
New Barnet Albion »
Albany Road, Enfield, Middlesex
Adult Male
New Haw Wanderers »
Park Side, New Haw, Surrey
Adult Male
New Prince »
Balaclava Road, Surbiton, Surrey
Adult Male
New South »
Private Banks Sports Ground, Canadian Avenue, Catford
Adult Male
Newbridge C.I.U. »
Adult Male
Newbury Park Veterans »
Aldborough Road South, Newbury Park, Ilford
Adult Male
Newham Royals »
Roman Road, East Ham, London
Adult Male
Newham United »
Cave Road, Plaistow, London
Adult Male
Newline (Elms) »
100 Manchester Road, Bethnal Green, Greater London
Adult Male
Newtown Wesley »
Geariesville Gardens, Barkingside, Ilford
Adult Male
Nike Academy »
Adult Male
Nineteen-79 Occasionals (Vets) »
Seymour Place, London, Greater London
Adult Male
No F In Talent (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
Adult Male
Nomads (S) »
Rainham Road, Dagenham
Adult Male
Nork Park Barnfield »
Nork Way, Banstead, Surrey
Adult Male
Norstar Old Boys »
Adult Male
North Kent Rangers »
Grove Park Road, Mottingham, London
Adult Male
North Westminster Police »
Aerodrome Rd, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Northern Alliance (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
Northern Alliance Athletic »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
Adult Male
Norton »
Turle Road, Norbury, Greater London
Adult Male
Norton Rose »
As Allocated By League, London
Adult Male
Norwich City London Supporters »
Riverside, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
Adult Male
Nottsborough »
Tolworth Court, Old Kingston Rd, Worcester Park
Adult Male
Novae Group »
Adult Male
Oaklands (Hasl) »
Mutton Lane, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Oaks »
Off Leyton Road, Harpenden, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Oaks Athletic (S) »
Blackshots Lane, Grays
Adult Male
Oakwood Sports »
Whalebone Lane North, Chadwell Heath, Romford
Adult Male
Oakwood United »
Donkey Lane, Enfield, Greater London
Adult Male
Oasis Allstars »
Former Natwest Sportsground, Stanford Raod, Norbury
Adult Male
Oatlands »
Molesey Road, Hersham, Surrey
Adult Male
Ockendon Motor Spares (S) »
Purfleet Road, Aveley, South Ockendon
Adult Male
O'gradys Rovers (S) »
South Park Road, Ilford
Adult Male
Old Ardinians »
Queen Elizabeth Walk, Rocks Lane, Barnes
Adult Male
Old Barkabbeyans »
South Park Drive, Ilford
Adult Male
Old Belgravians »
Turney Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Old Berkhamstedians »
Albert Bridge Road, Greater London
Adult Male
Old Buckwellians »
Roding Road /Avondale Drive, Loughton, Essex
Adult Male
Old Citizens »
Grove Park, London
Adult Male
Old Draconians »
Holywell Hill, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Old Esthameians »
(Wadham Lodge Sports Lodge), Wadham Road, Chingford
Adult Male
Old Firm (Elms) »
1 Crowthorne Road, North Kensington, London
Adult Male
Old Foresters »
College Place, Snaresbrook, London
Adult Male
Old Grantonians »
Turle Road, Norbury, Surrey
Adult Male
Old Josephians »
Turney Road, Dulwich, Greater London
Adult Male
Old Kingsburians »
Preston Road, Harrow, Middlesex
Adult Male
Old Lyonian »
74 Pinner View, Harrow, Middlesex
Adult Male
Old Magdalenians »
Inner Circle, St Johns Wood, London
Adult Male
Old Parkonians »
Forest Road, Barkingside, Essex
Adult Male
Old Paulines A »
Speer Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey
Adult Male
Old Pegasonians »
The Hub, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Old Radleian »
Dan Mason Drive, Chiswick, London
Adult Male
Old Reptonians »
Sandy Lodge, Northwood, Middlesex
Adult Male
Old Robsonians (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
Old Roehamptonians »
Rocks Lane, Barnes, Greater London
Adult Male
Old Tenisonians »
Archbishop Tenisons Sports Gro, Arthur Road, Motspur Park
Adult Male
Old Theonians A.F.C »
Adult Male
Old Thorntonians »
Marina Avenue, New Malden, Surrey
Adult Male
Old Tiffinians »
Longmead Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey
Adult Male
Old Wellingtonians »
Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, Surrey
Adult Male
Old Westminster »
Riverside, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
Adult Male
Olinda Sportsbeat »
Summer Avenue, East Molesey, Surrey
Adult Male
Ollerton Green United »
Adult Male
Olswang »
As Allocated By League, London
Adult Male
Omonia (London) »
Adult Male
On Demand (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
Orpington Park »
Chapel Farm Road, New Eltham, Greater London
Adult Male
Osc United (S) »
Adult Male
Outback »
The Hub, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Overton Athletic »
Overton Park, Overton Road, Sutton
Adult Male
Oxshott Royals »
Lushington Drive, Cobham, Surrey
Adult Male
P.E.L.O. »
123-125 Burbage Road, Dulwich, London
Adult Male
Palace United »
Adult Male
Palmcet S.D.A. »
Adult Male
Panthea »
The Stadium, Theobalds Lane, Cheshunt
Adult Male
Panthers »
The Hub, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Paragon (S) »
Siviter Way, Dagenham
Adult Male
Park City Rovers »
Adult Male
Park Street Village »
Park Street Lane, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Parkhead »
Robin Hood Way, Merton, Wimbledon
Adult Male
Parklife »
Adult Male
Parklife »
Grand Drive, Raynes Park, Merton
Adult Male
Partizan Wandsworth »
Hebdon Road, Tooting, London
Adult Male
Peckham Panthers (Hamlets 7) »
Champion Hill Stadium, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich
Adult Male
Peckham Tigers (Hamlets 7) »
Champion Hill Stadium, Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich
Adult Male
Pelly House »
Roding Lane, Buckhurst Hill
Adult Male
Percival »
Lincoln Road, Enfield, Middlesex
Adult Male
Perivale Residents Association »
Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London
Adult Male
Persian »
The Mall, Kenton, Harrow
Adult Male
Petts Wood Vets »
Eltham Palace Road, Eltham, Greenwich
Adult Male
Phoenix »
Hackney East Marshes, Millfield's Road, London
Adult Male
Phoenix »
Forest Road, Hainault, Ilford
Adult Male
Piccadilly Line (Kings Cross) »
As Allocated By League, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Piston Broke (Elms) »
Mapleton Road, Wandsworth, Greater London
Adult Male
Players Fc »
Strakers Road, Peckham Rye, London
Adult Male
Plymouth Argyle Supporters Association London Branch »
Dr Johnstone Ave, Tooting, Greater London
Adult Male
Polytechnic »
Hartington Road, Chiswick, Greater London
Adult Male
Poplar »
King Charles Road, Surbiton, Greater London
Adult Male
Poplar (Elms) »
100 Manchester Road, Bethnal Green, Greater London
Adult Male
Port Of London »
Aldborough Road South, Newbury Park, Ilford
Adult Male
Portville (S) »
Adult Male
Pricewaterhouse Coopers »
Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London
Adult Male
Primrose Hill »
Adult Male
Project Clapham »
Windmill Drive, Lambeth, Greater London
Adult Male
Puma 2000 »
Chingford Road, Chingford, London
Adult Male
Pure Silk (Elms) »
Rhodeswell Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Purfleet Old Boys »
Adult Male
Purley Phoenix »
Adult Male
Purley Town »
Adult Male
Putney Athletic »
Adult Male
Putney Lions »
Wibbandune, Robin Hood Way, London
Adult Male
Putney Town »
Bank Lane, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Pymmes Brook »
Churchill Road, East Barnet, Hertfordshire
Adult Male
Qbe London »
Adult Male
Queens Head Sandridge »
Adult Male
Queensbury Park Rangers »
Forty Ave, Wembley, Greater London
Adult Male
R Benson »
Sidmouth Drive, Ruislip, Middlesex
Adult Male
Racing Chiswick »
Southfield Road, Acton, Greater London
Adult Male
Rainham United (S) »
Parsloes Avenue, Dagenham
Adult Male
Rainham Working Mens Club »
Upminster Road South, Rainham
Adult Male
Ram (Youth Fc In The Community) »
Dr Johnstone Ave, Tooting, Greater London
Adult Male
Rayners Lane 2001 »
Tithe Farm Sports And Social Club, South Harrow, Middlesex
Adult Male
Raynes Park Academy »
Adult Male
Raynes Park Vale »
Grand Drive, Raynes Park, Greater London
Adult Male
Reachout (Elms) »
149 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, Greater London
Adult Male
Real Britanna »
Adult Male
Real Calcio A.F.C »
Putney Bridge Rd, Wandsworth, London
Adult Male
Real Dagenham »
Siviter Way, Dagenham
Adult Male
Real Mail »
Adult Male
Real Regard »
Adult Male
Real Sporting (S) »
Aldborough Road South, Newbury Park, Ilford
Adult Male
Rebal Alliance »
Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London
Adult Male
Recreativo Romford (S) »
High Road, Chigwell
Adult Male
Recta »
Hackney East Marshes, Millfield's Road, London
Adult Male
Red Devils »
Adult Male
Red Star (Northfield) »
Maze Hill, London, Greenwich
Adult Male
Red Star Morden »
Farm Road, Morden, Greater London
Adult Male
Red Star United »
Adult Male
Reed »
Overton Park, Overton Road, Sutton
Adult Male
Reed Smith »
As Allocated By League, London
Adult Male
Regents College »
Adult Male
Regents Park Seniors »
The Hub, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Reginald Vets »
Kangley Bridge Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Resolute »
Bow Common Lane, Poplar, Greater London
Adult Male
Revenue & Customs Sports & Leisure London South & East »
Riverside, Dukes Meadows, Chiswick
Adult Male
Rism (Elms) »
Rhodeswell Road, London, Greater London
Adult Male
Rivelino City »
Peterborough Road, Fulham, Greater London
Adult Male
Robin Hood »
King Charles Road, Surbiton, Greater London
Adult Male
Roehampton University Of Surrey »
Roehampton University, London
Adult Male
Romford Community Church (S) »
Rainham Road, Dagenham
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» Allegri’s anger fades as Chiesa leads Juventus through Spezia six-pointer

The Juventus manager had called the game against Spezia a ‘relegation showdown’ and they had to fight hard to win it

Even as he presided over Juventus’s worst start to a season for 60 years, Massimiliano Allegri still felt able to joke around. “If we look at the league table,” he quipped at a press conference before the Bianconeri faced Spezia on Wednesday night, “This is a relegation showdown.”

He was joking, right? It was hard to tell, when neither he nor anybody else in the room laughed. Poor results are rarely met in good humour at a club that lives by the manta of its former president, Giampiero Boniperti: “winning isn’t important, it’s the only thing that counts”. Only three times before in Juventus’ history had they started a Serie A season as poorly as this – without a victory in four games.

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» Brentford v Liverpool: match preview

Liverpool travel to Brentford in the knowledge that, as their commanding League Cup win at Norwich showed, their strength in depth looks formidable this season. Jürgen Klopp has the luxury of making some tough decisions, such as whether Andy Robertson comes back in for the increasingly impressive Kostas Tsimikas. Brentford’s second string did not do badly themselves in thumping Oldham 7-0. Nick Ames

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» Leigh Griffiths charged by police for kicking smoke bomb into stands
  • Dundee striker sent pyrotechnic into crowd in cup game
  • ‘My intention was just to remove it from the pitch’

Leigh Griffiths has been charged by police over an incident during Dundee’s Premier Sports Cup defeat by St Johnstone. The Dundee striker kicked a smoke bomb back into the stand housing the away supporters after it had been thrown on to the Dens Park pitch.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police Scotland can confirm that a 31-year-old man has been charged in relation to culpable and reckless conduct, following an incident at Dens Park, Dundee, on Wednesday 22 September. A report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.”

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» Romelu Lukaku calls for summit with social media giants to tackle racism
  • Chelsea striker wants stronger action from platforms
  • Belgian understands why some might stop taking the knee

The Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku feels football should adopt “stronger positions” than just taking the knee, calling for a players’ summit with social media companies, governments and stakeholders to help combat online racism.

Earlier this week the Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso explained his decision to stop taking the knee before matches, instead continuing to stand and point to the “No To Racism” badge on his shirt, as he feels taking the knee has lost some of its impact.

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» Jorge Sampaoli is building something special at Marseille

After years of underachievement in Ligue 1, it looks like Marseille have finally found the right formula

By Adam White for Get French Football News

“Nietzsche thought while walking too,” said Marseille coach Jorge Sampaoli to explain why he constantly paces up and down the touchline. “I analyse things better while on the move.” Following Sampaoli’s arrival in March, Marseille lacked the ferocity and intensity of their coach. Now, however, they are playing with intensity and dynamism, embodying their manager’s snarling, prowling touchline presence. Club and coach are a perfect match and, after years of underachieving, Marseille may have finally found the right formula.

Known as a Marcelo Biesla “disciple”, even if he quietly rejects the comparison, Sampaoli has based his success this season on a gung-ho outlook. It is working, with four wins and two draws from Marseille’s first six games. Their asymmetrical setup falls somewhere between Bielsa’s preferred 3-3-1-3 and Hungary’s 2-3-3-2 formation from the 1950s, with Dimitri Payet playing Nándor Hidegktui’s withdrawn striker role, albeit with a holding midfielder dropping in at right-back when needed. This seemingly unwieldy team has worked perfectly so far this season. All three centre-backs are technical ball-players and the midfield is a fluid diamond full of creativity, while wing-backs maraud down the flanks.

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» Uefa doubles Women’s Euro 2022 prize money but still a fraction of men’s
  • The 16 qualifying teams will share a pot of €16m next year
  • The 2021 men’s Euros saw a total prize pot of €371m

The prize fund for the 2022 Women’s European Championship finals in England has been doubled, Uefa announced on Thursday, but the new figure is still only 4.3% of the money that is made available to teams competing in the men’s tournament.

The European governing body has increased money available to the 16 qualifying teams for the women’s Euros to €16m (£13.7m) from €8m and approved the introduction of a system under which club sides will be remunerated for the release of players with payouts from a €4.5m fund.

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» James Rodríguez and Everton was always a beautiful doomed marriage | Jonathan Liew

The playmaker has gone to Qatar after becoming an expensive spare part at a club both right and wrong to sign him

James Rodríguez has gone to Qatar in search of work, although unlike many others who have made the trip before him he can at least keep his passport and will be allowed to leave whenever he wants. The bewitching Colombian playmaker has signed a contract with Al-Rayyan, bringing down the curtain on his Everton career, and – you suspect – much else besides.

The first thing to be said is that this is probably for the best all round. Ever since the sudden departure of Carlo Ancelotti to Real Madrid Rodríguez had felt like an expensive spare part in a team increasingly based on hard running and well-organised defence. The new manager, Rafael Benítez, had no use for him. Rodríguez is not only 30 and at about £220,000 a week the highest-paid player in the club’s history, but highly injury-prone and last season ran the least of all Everton’s attacking players. There is a sense of inevitability here.

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» Lewes’ Kelly Lindsey: ‘In Afghanistan I had to build trust with the players’

Club’s head of performance talks about coaching the Afghan women’s national team and being ‘100% herself’ in her new role

“We’re eager to do something that the world doesn’t believe is possible, to take this little club and become champions on the world stage and make sure we do it with all the right values,” says Lewes’s new head of performance and former head coach of the Afghanistan women’s team, Kelly Lindsey.

Few people could talk of such lofty ambitions for the south coast team, whose men play in the Isthmian League Premier Division and women in the Women’s Championship, and be taken seriously. Lindsey, though, comes with strong credentials on and off the pitch and feels like the missing piece in the developing project at Lewes, bringing elite performance know-how to the community-owned club that funds its women’s and men’s teams equally.

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» Rebels without a cause: has title win taken away Atlético Madrid’s hunger?

Their old gunslinger Suárez got the champions out of jail again but something is missing in Simeone’s team

Diego Simeone had pretty much seen it all but he had never seen this and he didn’t much like it either. It was 8.15 on a Tuesday night down by the side of the M45 motorway, the last move before half-time in the sixth game of Atlético Madrid’s title defence, and he stood and watched as Stefan Mitrovic’s header thudded off a post, off Jan Oblak’s hand and into the net. They were behind again – and to Getafe of all teams, the league champions losing at the worst side in the division. This wasn’t the way it was supposed to be. This was bad: it was also, Simeone later admitted, what they needed. It was a shock, that’s for sure.

The last time Getafe’s fans had been here, they had whistled their players off. Now, as they headed for the tunnel 1-0 up at half-time supporters stood and applauded. Back then, the touchline reporter on Spanish TV noted how they chanted the name of their under-pressure manager. Which was true, it’s just that the word Míchel was followed by two others: go and now. That night, last Monday against Elche, Getafe had produced 25 minutes as bad as anyone could remember, emotionally shot, legs wobbling, the manager lamenting a “mental block”. Then they had gone to Rayo Vallecano and let in three. “A lot’s happening, and it’s all going against us,” he said.

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» Which football teams could cut travel by joining another nation’s league? | The Knowledge

Plus: more long spells in sole possession before scoring, international players refusing to celebrate goals and more

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“In terms of travel , which top-flight teams would fare better by playing in a different nation?” asks Mike Wood. “For example, would Newcastle have a shorter average round trip to most Scottish Premiership teams than they currently do to Premier League teams?”

Well Mike, to answer the question about Newcastle, the answer is most definitely yes. Research by Green Flag worked out that Magpies fans would have to travel 8,724 miles if they were to attend every Premier League away game in the 2021-22 season. With the different mechanics of the Scottish Premiership (the third meeting against a team could be home or away and the league splits after 33 matches to determine European places, the title and which clubs will be relegated) it is impossible to get a definite figure, but even if Newcastle were to join as a 13th member and travelled to all 12 teams twice in a 44-match season, they would still only rack up 8,676 miles. Take away six matches and that’s a decent saving on carbon.

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» Key lessons from Sarina Wiegman’s first games as England manager

Signs of progress and relentlessness were among the initial impressions from two matches with a combined 18-0 scoreline

It is hard to learn much two games into a manager’s tenure and even less can be taken from bulldozer performances against amateur players for teams ranked outside the world’s top 100. However, England do not choose their 2023 World Cup qualifying opponents, so what have we learned from the 8-0 defeat of North Macedonia and 10-0 win over Luxembourg?

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» Special bond: how chance – and Kafka – turns football strangers into friends

A Fulham fan explains the joys and pain of the season-ticket friendship in an extract from a new book by female writers

It was a reference to Franz Kafka that made me realise my friendship with Dom was pretty special. It was around the time when we had a player at Fulham called Alex Kacaniklic. During one match, Dom suddenly referred to the player as ‘Alex K’, linking him (who knows how) to Josef K. and Kafka’s book The Trial. Understanding the reference, I replied, keeping up the slow connections to Kafka’s work, to which mid-match he delightedly exclaimed, ‘Ah, you’re a Kafka fan, Hayley!’ and we continued to discuss our shared enjoyment of the great author.

Dom and I were to become friends purely by the anomaly of a computer. My friend Rob and I had recently acquired season tickets next to each other in H4 of the Hammersmith End. To my right sat Rob, and to his right sat Dom. We were distinctly British about our first seating together, politely saying hello, not knowing if those around us were ‘tourists’ for the day, another newly moved season-ticket holder or, as it turned out, an already formed ‘season-ticket bubble’ to which we were the newbies.

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» Jimmy Greaves: peerless player whose legacy is etched in football history | Barney Ronay

The relentlessly effective Tottenham and England player remains the highest scorer in English top-flight football history

Farewell, then, Jimmy. Sporting celebrities come and go but Greaves, who has died at the age of 81, was something different, not just a peerless English goalscorer but a footballer who remained etched in the memory of those who saw him play, who seemed in his prime years to be playing with a rare kind of light around him.

There were three aspects to the lasting fascination with Greaves. First, the grace of his movement. Even for those who know him only from archive film it is striking how modern Greaves looked even as a teenager: slim-hipped and dapper, swaying through the heavy-booted defences of the early 1960s like a visitor from some elegantly appointed version of the near future.

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» Absolute howler: dog steals ball and nutmegs players in Bosnian football match – video

A pitch-invading dog stole the show in a football match in the Bosnian Premier League after it ran on to the pitch, dribbled with the ball and even nutmegged three players before being escorted away. The pesky pooch interrupted play in the first few minutes of the match between Sloboda and Posusje and tried to show the away side how it's done

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» Jimmy Greaves: one of England's greatest ever forwards – video obituary

Jimmy Greaves, one of England’s greatest strikers and a member of the squad that won the 1966 World Cup, has died at the age of 81. Greaves made his name at Chelsea, scoring 132 goals in 169 matches between 1957 and 1961. After a brief spell in Milan he headed to north London to join Tottenham, scoring 266 goals in 329 games. He had a similar impact with England, netting 44 goals in 57 appearances to become his country's fourth-highest goalscorer of all time

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» 'We can't expect miracles': Koeman calls for patience from Barcelona fans – video

Ronald Koeman's dream of one day managing the team with whom he made his name is slowly turning more into a nightmare. Barcelona's head coach took no questions in a brief news conference on Wednesday and instead read a statement calling for fans to be patient and saying that Barça were in a period of transition. 'We have to reconstruct the team as a squad without making big investments and this takes time.' he said, 'Finishing high in the table would be a success on its own and in the Champions League we cannot expect miracles.'

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» 'A massive achievement': Klopp praises Mané for reaching 100 Liverpool goals – video

Sadio Mané joined a distinguished band by becoming the 18th man to score a century of goals for Liverpool during the 3-0 win against Crystal Palace on Saturday. Mané is now level with Kevin Keegan and has John Barnes next in his sights. 

 The Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp said: 'The 100 goals are just one number, there are so many other numbers which are similarly important,' in reference to Mané's work rate and creativity.

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» Pep Guardiola says he 'will not apologise' for his comments about Manchester City fans – video

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said on Friday that he will not apologise for saying he would like more fans to attend this weekend's home game after his side's 6-3 win over RB Leipzig on Wednesday. This led Kevin Parker, general secretary of Manchester City's supporters club, to tell Guardiola to concentrate on coaching.

A visibly disgruntled Guardiola responded on Friday “interpretation is interpretation. I’m not going to apologise for what I said. I’m surprised about what happened with this man."


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» 'They love scoring': Thomas Tuchel on comparisons between Kane and Lukaku – video

Thomas Tuchel says the main similarity between Romelu Lukaku and Harry Kane is 'they score decisive goals, and they love scoring and they always did score'.

Speaking in the buildup to Sunday's clash with Tottenham, Chelsea's head coach went on to contrast the two players' styles. He speculated that the best way to stop Kane would be to 'close the deliveries down, because once he has the balls he's one of the most dangerous guys in the world, to finish attacks'.

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» The Tiger who came for free: Falcao is back and scoring in La Liga | Sid Lowe

Rayo Vallecano’s top-flight return was a miracle and now they have signed Radamel Falcao. But all is not well with the club

This was the kind of moment you didn’t want to miss and on the corner of Avenida Albufera and Payaso Fofó street, down in the People’s Republic of Vallecas, the opening bars of the Final Countdown boomed out. Inside, in the front row of seats on the eastern side of the ground where Colombian flags joined tricolours and the smoke smells sickly sweet, the fan in the tiger onesie roared and sang along. Around him, they did the same. Or just laughed. There were 3,280 people, plus a dozen or so gathered in the tower blocks overlooking the wall at one end, all going slightly mad while their striker wore a smile the size of the city he had returned to.

None of this made much sense, but things rarely do down there. The smallest team in the first division, and by a very long way, one that shouldn’t even be there but was somehow promoted through the play-offs, a crumbling club in perpetual conflict and crisis where many of the fans that make the place unique had chosen to stay away, was 3-0 up. Two home games, two wins, seven goals scored, none conceded. And out in the sunshine, that really was Radamel Falcao kissing their badge. He had played 10 minutes and 24 seconds for them and he already had a goal.

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» Lyon show PSG they will not have it all their way in Ligue 1 this season

Lionel Messi was meant to be the star of the show on his home debut but Lyon had no intention of playing a supporting role

By Eric Devin for Get French Football News

Ligue 1 served up a sumptuous weekend of football filled with local derbies and high-pressure matches. French football undoubtedly delivered, with the thrilling Côte d’Azur derby between Nice and Monaco impressing as much as the bitter Derby du Nord, where hosts Lens beat Lille to leave them in real trouble. Marseille shook off their disappointing Europa League draw with 10-man Lokomotiv Moscow, beating Rennes 2-0 to burnish their top-three credentials. Nantes went to Angers and blew them away, winning 4-1, and Lyon’s trip to Paris Saint-Germain on Sunday evening was a fitting denouement to the weekend.

Both teams were missing some key players – including Moussa Dembélé and Léo Dubois for Lyon, and Sergio Ramos for PSG – but the prospect was still an exciting one. Having won their first five league matches of the season, this was PSG’s first stern test. It was also Lionel Messi’s home debut. While the match eventually turned on a pair of contentious non-decisions, it was a thoroughly entertaining game, and one that showed there will be quality in France this season beyond the confines of the Parc des Princes.

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» Inter serve up a storm as Inzaghi looks to blow memories of Conte away | Nicky Bandini

Inter wanted evolution, not revolution, after claiming a first Serie A title in 11 years. The rout of Bologna showed how

Like a bird seeking shelter in the hours before a storm, Sinisa Mihajlovic knew trouble was coming and yet was powerless to stop it. “Let’s talk about something else,” he said, cursing freely, after being asked on Friday about Bologna’s success in keeping back-to-back clean sheets.

“Now we’re just inviting bad luck … if we concede a goal tomorrow, I’m going to get mad with you guys,’ he said. “What even is this? When we don’t concede for 20 games in a row, then we can talk about this stuff. Not after two games.”

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» Hertha Berlin’s long-mooted revamp is favouring humility over stardust | Andy Brassell

Fredi Bobic may have been a big-name board appointment but he didn’t arrive with the vision of assembling an all-star cast

The fans on the Ostkurve of Berlin’s Olympiastadion celebrated with abandon on Friday night, looking “more euphoric than they had for a long time”, as Jörn Lange of Berliner Morgenpost put it. Hertha had just avoided embarrassment, coming back from a goal down to win and – almost as importantly – avoiding becoming Greuther Fürth’s first victims of the season.

For those looking at the bare numbers on paper, it might have been harder to raise a substantial cheer, following on from a flattering but necessary win at Bochum last week. Two victories over promoted teams are not the stuff major investor Lars Windhorst’s dreams are made of, but they are a start – and a good one, bearing in mind the mettle Hertha have had to show in both matches.

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» Suárez double seals Atlético comeback, Dzeko leads Inter past Fiorentina
  • European roundup: Atlético leave it late against lowly Getafe
  • Internazionale fight back for win, Falcao lifts Rayo into top four

Atletico Madrid’s Luis Suárez struck two late goals to give the defending Spanish champions a 2-1 win at Getafe on Tuesday, after the hosts were reduced to 10 men in the second half.

The win took Atlético top of the La Liga standings on 14 points from six games, while Getafe are mired in the relegation zone with no points. The lowly hosts had gone in front on the stroke of half-time with a header from Stefan Mitrovic after Jan Oblak had uncharacteristically spilled a cross.

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» Ronald Araujo’s late equaliser spares Barcelona’s blushes against Granada

Ronald Araujo came to Barcelona’s rescue with a last-gasp equaliser to deny lowly Granada a second successive La Liga victory at the Camp Nou. Araujo struck in the final minute of normal time amid concerted pressure, to cancel out Domingos Duarte’s early opener and spare his side’s blushes as the game finished 1-1.

The home crowd had been stunned into silence within two minutes of kick-off when Duarte headed Sergio Escudero’s corner past Barcelona’s goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen and into the net. Jorge Molina went close to a second for the visitors but Sergi Roberto was denied at the other end by the crossbar and Memphis Depay failed to round off a quick break as the Catalan giants turned the screw.

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» Carli Lloyd scores five goals as USA women hammer eight past Paraguay
  • Lloyd launches farewell tour with first career five-goal game
  • USWNT win in first match since Olympic bronze medal game

No Carli Lloyd isn’t reconsidering her retirement – even after a five-goal game.

Lloyd hit a career high for goals in the US national team’s 9-0 rout of Paraguay on Thursday night. The 39-year-old forward has just three more games with the team before she walks away from the game.

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» European roundup: Icardi scores late PSG winner after Messi substituted
  • Paris Saint-Germain recover to beat Lyon 2-1
  • Juventus 1-1 Milan; Real Madrid defeat Valencia

A late Mauro Icardi strike earned Paris Saint-Germain a last-gasp 2-1 home victory against Lyon, with Lionel Messi making limited impact on his Parc des Princes debut.

Icardi headed home from Kylian Mbappé’s cross four minutes into stoppage time after Neymar had levelled with a controversial penalty after Lucas Paqueta’s second-half opener, as the leaders maintained their perfect record, with 18 points from six games.

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» Cristiano Ronaldo offers support to Perth-based football player in coma
  • English striker Danny Hodgson in critical but stable condition
  • Ronaldo, Man United teammate Dean Henderson send videos

Manchester United stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Dean Henderson have offered support to a Perth-based football player who was critically injured in an alleged unprovoked attack.

English striker Danny Hodgson, who plays for ECU Joondalup in the National Premier Leagues Western Australia, turned 26 on Sunday.

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» David Squires on … his favourite football cartoon panels

Two Arsenal legends, an unpublished gem, Poppies and more – our cartoonist talks us through some memorable drawings

The Guardian have granted me a week off from the back-breaking physical labour of drawing football cartoons, so I’m afraid you’ll have to wait another week to read my searing analysis of Ralph Hasenhüttl’s waistcoat game. However, as punishment, I’ve been asked to scour my back catalogue and pick out 10 panels from the last few years that I hate the least. Usually when I’m away from my drawing board, a huge story breaks, so feel free to dip in and out of this selection as you wait for the liveblog to refresh with updates on Pep Guardiola’s shock move to Chippenham Town.

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» Jimmy Greaves redefined perception of what a centre-forward should be | Jonathan Wilson

Like Brian Clough, Greaves was very different from the classic English No 9 and together they changed the game’s tactics
Jimmy Greaves dies aged 81

For those of us too young to have caught the end of Jimmy Greaves’s playing career, there was always a slightly awkward adjustment to be made.

He remained the goalscorer to whom all others were compared for two decades after his retirement in 1971 and yet it was hard to equate his legend with the slightly tubby, moustachioed bloke in the V-neck jumper who was all over ITV. But then you see the footage, see the speed and elegance, the capacity to beat defenders with a subtle change of pace or direction and, above all else, the finishing.

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» Tuchel’s powerplay shows widening gulf between Chelsea and Tottenham | Barney Ronay

Manager’s half-time introduction of N’Golo Kanté emphasised a vast difference in resources during the Blues’ 3-0 triumph

With 10 minutes to play at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with Chelsea 2-0 up and looking like a team just running up and down the scales of their own attacking possibilities, N’Golo Kanté took the ball and surged towards the Spurs defence. By that stage this London derby had descended into a selection of minor human interest storylines. Most obviously: can anyone on this pitch, in either a blue or white shirt, force Timo Werner to score a goal?

Related: N’Golo Kanté transforms Chelsea in second-half rout of Tottenham

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» Ryder Cup memories, the greatness of Jimmy Greaves and brawling boxers

This week’s roundup also features a perilous reaction to a run-out, animals on the pitch and road race rain hazards

1) The Ryder Cup starts on Friday after a three-year pandemic-induced hiatus. Europe won impressively last time at Le Golf National, highlights including a Friday foursomes clean sweep. Here’s Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose leading the way, and Europe’s winning moment on the Sunday, as Francesco Molinari beat Phil Mickelson. The USA were rampant, however, when they last hosted, in 2016, and Ryan Moore clinched victory. The competition has often traded on a bit of spice, of course, so here’s a slice of the Battle of Brookline in 1999, when emotions ran high on both sides of the rope. Pressure is another Ryder Cup ingredient of course, so here’s a compilation of 10 memorable pressure putts. The first time Europe competed as a whole, came in 1979, losing 11-17. It all began more than half a century earlier, with only a Great Britain team competing, and here’s some Pathé News footage of that early action.

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» The Fiver | The Caffeine Cup remains a trophy well worth winning

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While it might languish in sixth place in terms of prestigious domestic honours after the league title, both transfer windows, and the FA Cup, the Caffeine Cup remains a trophy well worth winning. When even the lowliest clubs left in this season’s competition are fielding deliberately weakened sides, The Fiver can’t help but wonder why one or more of the Premier League’s more pointless mid-table perennials doesn’t grab the Carabao by the horns, put out their strongest team and go all out to give their fans a rare chance to visit Wembley … even if it is just to watch their brave boys lose to Manchester City.

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» Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Liverpool and Arsenal find defensive solidity, Leon Bailey changes the game for Villa, and Ivan Toney for England?

It is true that Thomas Tuchel’s decision to replace Mason Mount with N’Golo Kanté at half-time against Tottenham had a profound impact on the match. But Tuchel’s managerial skill goes far beyond formations and tactics. Through the strong relationships he builds with players and the team spirit he engenders, he has created an environment in which he can take these decisions while running little risk of alienating players such as Mount. “Everybody is humble enough to accept it,” the captain, César Azpilicueta, said of the conversations that took place at half-time. It helps to have players of Kanté’s calibre to call on, of course, with your team on the back foot. But a strong-willed manager with less emotional intelligence than Tuchel would doubtless end up with a dissatisfied, restless group of players, as has happened more than once at Chelsea. Tuchel is a very modern manager, but his old-fashioned expectations of selflessness and teamwork are making Chelsea a formidable force. Luke McLaughlin

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» David Squires on … Cristiano Ronaldo’s second Manchester United debut

Our cartoonist looks back on the celebrations as not one, but two Manchester United legends returned to Old Trafford

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» Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

Hannah Hampton keeps Hammers at bay, Millie Turner injury a concern for United and Spurs are handed some good fortune

The omission of the forward Beth Mead from the Team GB squad for the Tokyo Olympics raised eyebrows, particularly with Manchester City’s Chloe Kelly injured. If there was a beneficiary though, it was Arsenal. With the club having signed the US superstar Tobin Heath, Japan maestro Mana Iwabuchi and the England forward Nikita Parris, it would have been fair to assume Mead’s place in the starting XI was at risk. She has risen to the challenge and has four goals and six assists in the team’s opening six games (two WSL matches and four Champions League qualifiers). In the team’s 4-0 defeat of Reading Mead scored Arsenal’s second and turned provider for Vivianne Miedema’s two goals, with an increasingly potent partnership emerging between the pair. The manager, Jonas Eidevall, said Mead’s form had been “a really positive surprise”. He added: “I hope she can keep her form when she gets the England shirt on and to show that she’s a great player for the national team again.” Suzanne Wrack

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» The Joy of Six: Leeds United v Liverpool Premier League meetings

A look at classics from a Tony Yeboah special in 1995 to a symbolic defeat for David O’Leary in 2002

What’s your favourite: Liverpool or Wimbledon? Tony Yeboah won Goal of the Month in August and September 1995 for two screamers, at Elland Road and Selhurst Park, both scorched off the underside of the bar from distance. The Wimbledon goal, a manic, impromptu explosion of brilliance, has greater charisma and was the BBC’s Goal of the Season. But the goal against Liverpool involved a more difficult skill, volleying a ball that was dropping from the heavens.

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» Golden Goal: Bryan Robson for Manchester United v Wimbledon (1993)

A goal that meant nothing also meant everything, because football is about a lot more than football

Very little gets people as excited as football, a fairly embarrassing admission to make given 200,000 years of human history: a bunch of people kick a ball about, then the rest of us go on like it’s something we’ve done ourselves. Except in a way it is, because our clubs were built by us and form part of us, representing where we’re at and what we believe in. So inasmuch as anything makes sense the extent of our love for them makes sense, and when we talk about football what we’re really talking about is love – love for who we are.

Related: Golden Goal: Ronaldinho for Barcelona v Chelsea (2005) | Daniel Harris

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» Buy a classic sport photograph: Dalglish seals the title

The latest in a Guardian Print Shop series featuring classic sports images. This week’s picture is of Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish who spurred the Reds to eight league titles during his time as a player and manager

The 1985-86 season was Kenny Dalglish’s first term as player-manager of Liverpool and although he only netted three times that campaign, this strike was particularly precious. It came in the final match of the season, away at Chelsea, as the Reds secured a 1-0 victory to win the league title at Everton’s expense. Dalglish controlled a looping through-ball on his chest and laced a sweet right-foot volley into the far corner – “an unerring finish” in the words of commentator John Motson – before wheeling away in celebration. Dalglish inspired ongoing success, primarily from the dugout, and by his final appearance in 1990 he had netted 169 times in 502 appearances for Liverpool. No wonder they call him ‘King Kenny’.

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» Jimmy Greaves: the Boys' Own hero who stole the heart of a nation | Kevin Mitchell

Tottenham and England striker with two accurate feet brought magic to football, whether you were there to see it or not

There are some heroes you illogically hope will never die, certainly in the imagination. Muhammad Ali was one, George Best another (despite his best efforts) and Jimmy Greaves, too. Even Tottenham fans who never saw him play in the flesh so treasured his deeds it seemed he belonged solely to them. Only Glenn Hoddle and Harry Kane were later revered at White Hart Lane with such unquestioning intensity.

Others from the black-and-white era will have loved Greaves for his goals at Chelsea, for England and in early- and late-career cameos at Milan and West Ham. He was not exclusively ours but, for those who trekked up the High Road in N17, Spurs have always laid the strongest claim, and the feeling was mutual.

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» Paul Merson: ‘Gambling is a horrible addiction. Your career passes you by’

The former Arsenal and England player talks about his ‘worst addiction’, as detailed in his often harrowing new book

A few minutes before Paul Merson tells the surreal story which makes him cry, in a beautiful but broken memory, he looks at me intently. “It’s been 36 years of pure madness,” Merson says as he reflects on the gambling disorder which, coupled with alcoholism and a brief but ruinous addiction to cocaine, has scarred his life.

Merson won two league titles and three cups with Arsenal, while playing some visionary football which he produced again for Aston Villa. He won 21 caps for England, played in the 1998 World Cup and, now, at the age of 53, he is a much-loved, or often cruelly mocked, member of Sky Sports’ Saturday Soccer panel alongside his close friend Jeff Stelling.

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» A visit to FC Sheriff: Champions League upstarts from an unrecognised land

Soviet sounds, unanswered questions and local pride emerge from trip to Moldovan club from Russia-backed Transnistria

The strains of one anthem give way to a hybrid version of another. A meaningful show of applause for the Champions League music is dying down when, as FC Sheriff Tiraspol prepare for kick-off, the ultras in sector 13 erupt into verse. They do it before every game but rarely in numbers like these, nor in comparable volume: the lyrics have been tweaked but the melody is unmistakably that of the old Soviet national song, nowadays used by Russia. The choir then segue into their adaptation of another rousing tune from the USSR era, the “Moscow in May” army march. Moscow is 700 miles and two borders away but in the capital of Transnistria, whose biggest bookshop offers framed posters of the local president Vadim Krasnoselsky alongside images of Vladimir Putin and Joseph Stalin for about £1 each, no such flourishes feel out of place.

Somewhere, presumably in a secure part of the stadium, although clarity is fittingly absent, Viktor Gushan can allow himself to bask. “Europa League? My friends are laughing at me!” the secretive Sheriff president would once complain to club employees, even though a series of shots at the continent’s second competition seemed well above par for a team nominally representing the tiny Moldovan league. They routinely win that at a canter and are playing tonight because, in May, they were champions for the 19th time since the beginning of the century. With varying degrees of near-miss, the big time had been beyond them on the previous 18 attempts.

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» We should relish results that jolt the toxic Ronaldo and Messi fanfare | Barney Ronay

Young Boys and Brugge gave a reminder of football’s sharp edges against stars mangled through a corporate machine

When talking about Young Boys of Berne, who are always funny, and always funny in exactly the same way, it is important to remember that Young Boys are in on the joke. In fact it was their joke in the first place, the club’s name coined in 1898 as a wry dig at Old Boys of Basel, the chief footballing power in that city.

Needless to say the same goes for the other half of everyone’s favourite midweek football gag, the Wankdorf Stadium, home of Young Boys which is itself a nod to Old Boys’ legendary Stadion Masturbatorix in the northern suburb of Frig.

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» Next Generation 2020: 60 of the best young talents in world football

The ‘Tanzanian Mbappé’, Juan Pablo Ángel’s son and the next Kai Havertz are among our players born in 2003. Check the progress of our 2019 selection | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015

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» Next Generation 2020: 20 of the best talents at Premier League clubs

We pick the best young players at each club born between 1 September 2003 and 31 August 2004, an age band known as first-year scholars. Check the progress of class of 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015

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» From Ødegaard to Mastour: what happened to Next Generation 2015?

As we prepare to publish our Next Generation 2020 selection, we say goodbye to the class of 2015. So how did they get on?

This is what the Guardian’s Andy Hunter wrote about his 2015 Liverpool player for our series the Next Generation, where we pick one player from each Premier League club in the first-year scholar age group and follow their developments for five years.

The 16-year-old has received rave reviews not only from Liverpool and England coaches during a rapid rise up the ranks but also from Steven Gerrard, his boyhood hero, in the former Anfield captain’s new autobiography. Gerrard reveals he asked Pepijn Lijnders, the first-team development coach, to always include Alexander-Arnold in his group when taking his ’B’ Licence course, and handed him the captain’s armband during a comeback game in Liverpool’s Under-18s side last season. “It was my way of telling Trent that I believed he could make it for Liverpool one day,” Gerrard writes.

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