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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 »
Grand Drive, Raynes Park, Merton
Adult Male
Parklife »
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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• Manager working ‘normally’ with departing Sven Mislintat

Unai Emery has made it clear that bringing a loan signing to Arsenal this month will be difficult, although the manager suggested the impending departure of the club’s head of recruitment, Sven Mislintat, would have no effect on their efforts in the transfer market.

Emery said last week that Arsenal were exploring loan deals only – the club spent heavily by their standards last summer – and he has an interest in Barcelona’s Denis Suárez, who would bring a fresh option on the wing. Emery has other targets such as the Sevilla midfielder Éver Banega as the club look to plan for the end-of-season departure of Aaron Ramsey to Juventus on a free transfer.

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» Hillsborough trial: police chief unfairly singled out, court told

David Duckenfield’s defence lawyer tells jury other factors contributed to disaster

The manslaughter prosecution against David Duckenfield, the former South Yorkshire police officer in command at Hillsborough when 96 people were killed in a crush, is “unfair”, his barrister has argued.

Ben Myers QC, setting out the issues on which he will base Duckenfield’s defence, said he was being “singled out unfairly”, that many other people made mistakes, and other factors contributed to the disaster – including the behaviour of some Liverpool football club supporters.

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» Journalist who exposed football corruption shot dead in Ghana

Exposés by Ahmed Husein, who died in Accra, had also lifted lid on corruption in judicial system

A Ghanaian journalist who helped expose corruption in African football has been shot dead in Accra.

Ahmed Husein was part of a team led by award-winning journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, whose investigation led to the resignation of the head of the Ghana Football Association.

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» Tottenham’s Mousa Dembélé joins Guangzhou R&F for £11m
• Belgian leaves Spurs after six and a half years at the club
• Pochettino called him ‘a genius’ and he will be missed by fans

Tottenham have confirmed the £11m departure of Mousa Dembélé – a player that the manager, Mauricio Pochettino, describes as a “genius” and one the club’s supporters held dear during his six and a half years with them – to Guangzhou R&F in the Chinese Super League.

Related: Mousa Dembélé – part ballerina, part tank but the complete midfielder | Bart Vlietstra

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» Frank Lampard hits out at Bielsa after Derby sink Southampton in shootout

Marcelo Bielsa might have been able to tell everyone this before the game but penalties were required to separate Southampton and Derby in their third-round FA Cup replay. It was Frank Lampard’s side who held their nerve and go through to face Accrington Stanley in the fourth round after Nathan Redmond was the only man to miss in the shootout, the winning kick struck home by the unlikely figure of Richard Keogh.

Related: Marcelo Bielsa admits Leeds have spied on every opponent this season

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» Chelsea close to signing Higuaín with Morata set to join Atlético Madrid
• Argentina striker set to cut short Milan loan spell
• Move would pave way for Álvaro Morata to join Atlético

Chelsea are close to securing the signing of Gonzalo Higuaín from Juventus after submitting a formal offer for the Argentina international.

Related: Chelsea should think twice about Leandro Paredes and Gonzalo Higuaín

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» Thierry Henry sees Monaco hope amid VAR drama of draw with Vieira’s Nice

Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira occupied their own intensely involved worlds for almost two hours but, when their first taste of temporary enmity was done, they could look one another in the eye. Both men have influenced far better matches than this Derby de La Côte d’Azur, which conjured up a steady enough stream of flashpoints but laid bare the dearth of quality they must attempt to correct. In the end a draw between two winners kept everyone broadly happy and, in the case of Henry and Monaco, ensured the pressure of a relegation battle gets no graver for now.

Related: Cesc Fàbregas says he feels young again after move to Monaco

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» Jonny Williams: ‘People said it’s nice to see some honesty from a footballer’
The midfielder on being in the Sunderland ’Til I Die documentary, starting afresh at Charlton and his desire to play for Wales again

“I didn’t get a dog. But I’m still thinking about it,” confides Jonny Williams. “I want a cute one that isn’t going to give me too many problems.”

It has been a fortnight since the Wales international and reluctant star of the Sunderland ’Til I Die documentary took the hardest decision of his career so far. After five loan spells that culminated in his ill-fated sojourn on Wearside, Williams finally left Crystal Palace for Charlton on a permanent deal.

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» The strange allure of the half-time raffle at football matches

The prizes are terrible and the odds of winning are suspiciously slim but the half-time draw is hard to resist

By Harry Pearson for WSC, of the Guardian Sport Network

A gnarled gaggle of committeemen stood around the gateman’s hut discussing what to serve the match officials for tea. One of that afternoon’s assistant referees had a reputation for Saturday nights on the beer and there was a widespread belief that he refused to flag for offside for fear of tiring his drinking arm. “Have we got any of them rock hard Jaffa Cakes left over from the last home match?” one of the committeemen said. “Aye,” another replied, “the birds wouldn’t eat them.” The first speaker looked up at me and winked. “Even the rats bring a packed lunch round here,” he said. “D’you want a ticket for the half-time draw? Pound a strip.”

I bought one, more out of charity than in anticipation of victory. In 25 years of attending non-league football I’ve not won a single raffle prize. A conservative reckoning of the number of tickets I’ve bought over that period would be 2,000. Given that attendances rarely top 250, are quite often down in double digits and at places like Shotton Comrades in the late 1990s struggled even to make that, the odds against anyone pulling off quite such a phenomenal run of failure must be astronomical. Later, when I thought about it, I felt my chest swell with what I took to be pride, though on reconsideration it may just have been the scotch egg I’d had at half time.

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» Arsenal’s sunny outlook is now threatened by gathering clouds

After grand plans, unbeaten runs and good vibes come shabby results, transfer issues and Sven Mislintat’s impending exit

Three months ago, with the autumn sunshine beaming into the boardroom Arsenal built to overlook the pitches of their Hertfordshire training base, ambition seemed to course from the new leadership team promoted to run the club in place of the outgoing Ivan Gazidis.

Related: Football transfer rumours: Arsenal to secure James Rodríguez for £3m?

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» Leeds’ spying should be treated as a form of entertainment, not cheating | Paul Wilson

With gameplans on show in matches and training grounds often visible from outside, is hiding in a hedge really that bad?

One hopes Marcelo Bielsa does not get punished too severely after admitting that he spies on everyone. The Leeds United manager confessed immediately when caught blatantly watching Derby County training sessions, contacting Frank Lampard and taking responsibility for the stunt, and was reminded by his own club of Leeds’s “integrity and honesty”. That alone should have been enough to conclude this entertaining episode with the wry smile it deserved, although Bielsa gave it fresh impetus with his honesty offensive.

Related: Marcelo Bielsa admits Leeds have spied on every opponent this season

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» Which football teams doctored their playing surface to hinder opponents? | The Knowledge

Plus: top-scoring defenders, non-league double delight and strange middle names. Mail us or tweet @TheKnowledge_GU

“Pep Guardiola says he didn’t leave the Etihad grass long against Liverpool. But which teams or managers have used this tactic to help their own side or hinder an opponent?” asks George Jones.

Let’s start with the Poundland Machiavelli, former Cambridge and Lincoln innovator John Beck. Everyone in football knows about the infamous Beck and the stunts he used to pull at Cambridge. He brought in statisticians to lecture his players about how few passes were needed to score. He had the grass grown several inches long in the corners to hold up the ball when his players knocked it over the top. During the week they would rough up the pitch so anybody who tried to play football against them was at a disadvantage. “We just used to boot it upfield, so it didn’t really matter to us,” Steve Claridge recalls in his autobiography.

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» 'I observed all the rivals we played': Marcelo Bielsa's 'spygate' presentation – video

Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa has admitted that he has spied on all of his sides opponents this season. One of Bielsa's staff was recently caught observing Derby County prior to their match in the Championship. 'So why did I send someone to watch them?' said Bielsa. 'I wasn't violating the norm.' The Argentinian also gave a lengthy PowerPoint presentation to a room packed with journalists outlining the extensive analysis he does on each opponent

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» Thierry Henry won't like Patrick Vieira for a 'little bit' during Monaco v Nice – video

Monaco head coach Thierry Henry has joked that he and former teammate Patrick Vieira 'won't like each other for a little bit' when the Ligue-1 strugglers play Nice on 16 January.

Henry played alongside Vieira, who now manages eighth-place Nice, for Arsenal from 1999 to 2005, winning two Premier League titles and two FA Cups along the way. The pair also lifted the World Cup together with France in 1998.

'We played with each other, battled with each other, in the national team and with Arsenal. But, it's going to be Monaco versus Nice. That's the most important thing,' Henry told the media ahead of the match at the Stade Louis II 

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» Solskjær praises De Gea's heroics and Manchester United's 'blistering pace' after Spurs win – video

Ole Gunnar Solskjær lauded David de Gea after a breathtaking display at Tottenham that underlined to the Manchester United caretaker manager that he has the 'best goalkeeper in the world'. 

Marcus Rashford's sublime first-half strike sealed a 1-0 win against Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs and extended Solskjær's winning start to a club-record sixth successive match in all competitions, but the main subject of conversation afterwards was De Gea. 

After a quiet opening period, the United goalkeeper pulled off 11 saves in an exceptional second-half display to earn plaudits aplenty. 

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» Mauricio Pochettino 'worried' about Harry Kane injury in Manchester United defeat – video

Mauricio Pochettino has admitted he is ‘worried’ about the extent of Harry Kane’s ankle injury, which the striker suffered during Tottenham’s 1-0 defeat to Manchester United at Wembley.

The England captain was injured at the end of the match after being caught in the middle of Phil Jones and Victor Lindelof. Any lengthy absence for Kane would leave Spurs short of attacking options, with Son Heung-min going away on international duty, Lucas Moura still injured himself and Fernando Llorente and Vincent Janssen expected to leave the club this month.

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» 'To hell with the rest of the world': Neil Warnock attacks government's handling of Brexit - video

Neil Warnock has used a post-match press conference to attack the government's handling of Brexit negotiations - insisting a clean exit form the EU will be better for Britain 'football-wise', and 'in every aspect'

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» 'I need a player for that position': Sarri asks Chelsea for Fàbregas replacement - video

Maurizio Sarri insisted that Chelsea need a replacement for Cesc Fàbregas after his side's 2-1 Premier League victory over Newcastle on Saturday. Central midfielder Fàbregas joined Monaco on Friday, leaving Jorginho as the only player Sarri considers capable of playing the pivot position in his preferred formation.

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» David Squires on ... the Socceroos' progress at the Asian Cup

Our cartoonist reflects on Australia’s late win over Syria – and the tournament’s outrageously large accreditation lanyards

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» Refereeing decisions blight wild match as Socceroos advance | Scott McIntyre

The official played a part but, inspired by Tom Rogic, Australia were deserving winners over Syria

In the middle of 2018 an influential Saudi royal adviser bought an unheralded Egyptian football club, renamed it Pyramids FC and then proceeded to create a new club logo dominated by a sphinx rather than any actual pyramids.

Amongst the tens of millions that Turki Al-Sheikh spent was the signing of Syrian defender Omar Midani and if the 24-year-old is confused by his new club’s identity he was even more dumfounded after playing a crucial part in a wild match that saw Australia progress to the round of 16 at the Asian Cup.

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» 'All guilty': Marseille fans spell out their anger at players, coach and club

Marseille are without a win in eight games after their dispiriting 1-1 draw at home to Monaco

By Adam White and Eric Devin for Get French Football News

Marseille’s recent travails continued at the Vélodrome on Sunday during and after their disappointing 1-1 draw with Monaco. The game not only underscored issues in terms of their squad building, but also their fans’ heightened level of dissatisfaction. Marseille’s failure to invest in the summer has left the club lacking depth, at least in the opinion of their manager Rudi Garcia.

Not for the first time this season, Garcia picked Luiz Gustavo in central defence. This had been a matter of necessity in the past, as Rolando had been unavailable, but on Sunday Adil Rami sat on the bench while Luiz Gustavo partnered Rolando. Quite apart from what that says about Garcia’s confidence in his defenders, it also robbed the hosts of having their best midfielder playing in his preferred position.

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» 'We need to talk about this': Markus Babbel lashes 'blind' FFA on refereeing
  • Wanderers fall to late Glory winner in 4-3 thriller
  • Controversial penalty scored by Perth’s Juande

Western Sydney coach Markus Babbel has criticised the quality of refereeing in the A-League, saying Football Federation Australia are “blind” if they can’t see there is a problem. Babbel was left fuming after his side suffered a 4-3 loss to Perth Glory on Sunday following a soft penalty decision in the dying minutes.

Referee Kurt Ams pointed to the spot in the 86th minute after judging that Glory striker Andy Keogh had been held by Wanderers defender Brendan Hamill. But replays showed Keogh initially had an arm around Hamill as well while he was backing into the Wanderers defender.

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» Supercoppa controversy rages over Saudi Arabia’s treatment of women
Protests over the decision to hold the Italian Super Cup in Jeddah have grown since murder of Jamal Khashoggi in October

When, early last June, the Italian football league agreed a €20m deal to play three of the next five Italian super cups in Saudi Arabia, it provoked very little controversy. This is, after all, a trophy that has frequently been decided on foreign soil, sometimes in quite unlikely locations.

In 2002, the year that Colonel Muammar Gaddafi bought 6.4m shares in Juventus, the Supercoppa brought the Turin side to play Parma in Tripoli. Since then the match has been hosted once by the United States, twice by Qatar and four times by China. Wednesday’s game between Milan and Juve in Jeddah will be the sixth time in 10 years that the Supercoppa has been decided outside Europe.

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» Shay Evans: the groundbreaking Indigenous footballer unafraid to push back | Michael McGowan

From playing barefoot in a remote Northern Territory town to Sydney FC, the 17-year-old’s journey has been remarkable

When Shadeene “Shay” Evans made her W-League debut on Thursday night it marked another step in the career of a footballer long touted as one of Australia’s brightest prospects. The 17-year-old striker’s 82nd minute introduction in Sydney FC’s 3-0 win over Western Sydney Wanderers at Leichhardt Oval was just reward for a player who has developed a reputation among her teammates as a “fighter” with a fierce competitive streak.

“I think back home, competing against the boys, I reckon it comes from that,” she tells Guardian Australia. “The boys up there are pretty rough with everyone and I reckon I just thought, if they give me a push why not give them a push back. But I’ve always been competitive and rough and tough. When I’m training, in the games. Even going out hunting and stuff, chasing goannas, things like that, I always want to give it my best.”

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» Mabil and Maclaren put Australia on course for Asian Cup win over Palestine
  • Palestine 0-3 Australia
  • Socceroos’ qualification chances remain alive after victory

While tougher challenges lie ahead, the Socceroos answered some of the questions being posed of their quality as they produced a scintillating performance to beat Palestine 3-0 in front of 11,915 fans in Dubai.

A first-half one-two punch from the Australians did the bulk of the damage. The opener came in the 18th minute as a delightfully weighted cross from Chris Ikonomidis found Jamie Maclaren in between two defenders. Maclaren glanced a header into the far corner to score his first goal for his country.

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» David Squires on ... the first week of the 2019 Asian Cup

Our cartoonist reflects on events in the UAE and a far from ideal opening to the Socceroos’ title defence

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» Australian relief palpable as Socceroos' Asian Cup defence gets back on course | Scott McIntyre

Graham Arnold’s changes have desired effect against limited Palestine side in Dubai

The sight of Mat Ryan – before he donned an AFC branded cap for the second half that made him look like a weekend golfer – running the length of the pitch to celebrate Australia’s first goal in a 3-0 win over Palestine said it all.

The relief of Australia’s first goal at the tournament, coming in the 18th minute, and the first of Jamie Maclaren’s international career was a huge release of the pressure that had been building from the opening Asian Cup loss to Jordan.

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» Mysterious death of Kit Carson leaves too many questions unanswered | Daniel Taylor

Alleged victims may never get the answers they seek about former coach who was set to face trial for child abuse

Of all the many unanswered questions, there is one that leaps out in particular: why, 15 minutes before he was due to start the first day of his trial for multiple child-abuse charges, was the former football coach Kit Carson driving on a country road 45 miles from where he was supposed to be?

The difficult truth is that his alleged victims may never get the answers they seek about why, rather than taking his place in the dock at Peterborough crown court, he was behind the wheel of his red Mazda on the A1303 between Cambridge and Newmarket and, for reasons as yet unexplained, driving in completely the wrong direction.

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» Farewell to Cesc Fàbregas, the conjuror, creator and tempo dictator | Sean Ingle

Whether for Arsenal, Chelsea, Barcelona or Spain, at his peak the midfielder was the supreme master of the assist

After Cesc Fàbregas had uttered his fond farewells to Chelsea on Friday night, the club’s social media team posted a collection of his greatest assists. Most were 40- or 50-yard passes, launched from within his own half. Yet whether the ball was caressed or caned, sent skyward or scuttling along the ground, it always landed precisely on the foot of a teammate. It provoked the same quiet awe as seeing a major golf winner repeatedly hit a flop wedge to within four feet of the flag, no matter how dicey the approach, or dangerous the lie.

That, I think, is how the Premier League will remember the Spaniard. Sitting deep, unlocking defences, redefining the art of the assist. Yet at his peak, somewhere in his early to mid 20s, Fàbregas was much more than that. Not only a conjuror but a conductor too, able to dictate the tempo and flow of a game as well as change it in an instant – and also buzzy enough to get around the pitch and in opponent’s faces.

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» Can Franck Ribéry not have his gold-leaf steak and eat it? | Barney Ronay

The Bayern Munich forward has been vilified for his display of wealth in Dubai but that ire would be better directed at the excesses of the game rather than those who play it

In his book This One’s On Me Jimmy Greaves describes the pre-match meals of his playing days in the 1960s. At West Ham it was all down to Moody’s cafe for a full roast dinner and apple crumble for pudding. As an England player Greaves records, with some reverence, the pre-match habits of Gordon Banks, who in line with the sports science of the day would prepare himself for a game with a huge steak served with both boiled and roast potatoes, all washed down with “a large bowl of rice pudding”.

Looking back now it is probably a good thing social media wasn’t around in the mid-60s. It isn’t hard to imagine the wider response to such wanton displays of starch-based excess. Banks Flaunts Roast Riches. Soccer Ace in Boiled AND Roasted Shame. Potato Bae: Gloveman Rocked By Double-Spud storm.

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» The Fiver | Pontificating about the Corinthian spirit of fair play

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One of the few benefits of being related to this tea-timely email’s book-writing, cricket-playing, pyramid-inverting, tactics-obsessed Wearside cousin Mackem Lobanovskyi 4-2-3-1 False Nine Wilson Fiver, is that we’ve been looped in on the whole Marcelo Bielsa phenomenon since before it became fashionable on Wednesday. While Proper Journalists were taking time out from trying to procure and publish sneak previews of England team-sheets to pontificate about the Corinthian spirit of fair play, our cousin took time out of boring us with his batting average and bowling figures to regale us with stories about the man they call El Loco.

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» Football transfer rumours: Emerson Palmieri to leave Chelsea for Juventus?

Today’s tittle-tattle has never known more about Derby County

Not content with having a name that makes him sound like two-thirds of a 1970s London prog rock band, Chelsea left-back Emerson Palmieri is now the subject of interest from Juventus. A bit-part player at Stamford Bridge, the Italian international has played only two Premier League games this season and would go to Turin as cover for Alex Sandro.

Related: Chelsea close to signing Higuaín with Morata set to join Atlético Madrid

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» David Squires on … football spying and Neil Warnock's Brexit views

Our cartoonist looks at the off-field stories dominating the headlines at Leeds, Derby, Cardiff … and Newcastle

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» Megavalanche, footballers dancing badly and a perfect 10 | Classic YouTube

Also featuring a full-court buzzer beater, some dire defending and a 1956 lap round Le Mans (including oncoming traffic)

1) Clear some time in your day, strap in and relive the 40 minutes of mayhem that was Megavalanche 2018 from the point of view of the winning rider, Damien Oton, who somehow stayed upright while whizzing down the French Alps on a bike … in the snow.

2) There have been plenty of dancing footballers down the years but not many quite so enthusiastic as Raul Meireles in Lip Sync Portugal. Just look at those shoulders go. He’s got form from his playing days, mind. But spare a thought for poor Mo Salah. He would have probably preferred Sadio Mané to win African Footballer of the Year had he known he was going to be forced to dance on stage by Youssou N’Dour. And we’re not sure about Carlos Tevez’s moves in this video when he was in a band called Piola Vago. He looks as if he’s having much more fun than he ever had in the Chinese Super League, though. Sergio Agüero is another South American footballer whose body moves better on a pitch than in time to music. Here he is self consciously fronting a song about himself by the band Los Leales. Youri Djorkaeff takes his dancing far too seriously in this R&B effort. And Jürgen Klopp did a bit of dad-dancing recently too. We’ve seen worse.

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

Manchester City go top after Chelsea blow the title race wide open with victory over threadbare Arsenal

Make no mistake, the title race is wide open now. Chelsea were scintillating at Arsenal and Emma Hayes should be lauded for getting her tactics spot-on. They pressed a makeshift Arsenal backline with real ferocity, defending tirelessly from the front and forcing the home side into a first half full of errors. The energy of Beth England, Karen Carney and Erin Cuthbert, who scored their two goals, was fundamental to their approach. It was evident from the opening minutes that Chelsea, who have not lost since going down 5-0 at home to Arsenal on 14 October, were the team with the momentum and that they were attacking something of a wounded animal. The resources on their bench, which was full of seasoned internationals like Fran Kirby and Anita Asante, are astonishing and they are beginning to reap the rewards of the investment they made to bolster last season’s squad. This was their seventh successive league win and they are gunning for honours in all four major competitions. In this form, and with the belief palpably oozing from them, you would not bet against them achieving something special.

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» The forgotten story of … Di Jones and the footballers who died of tetanus

The infection was a serious threat to British players in the years before a vaccination was introduced, claiming several lives, including that of the Manchester City full-back in 1902

In the past five recorded years, there have been 29 confirmed cases of tetanus in England and Wales and two fatalities, both women in their 80s. Vaccination has been so successful that the vicious, fatal effect of the infection has been forgotten.

But before a vaccination was introduced in the UK in 1961 tetanus was startlingly common and, as it is possible for even the most trivial wound to lead to infection, it made almost any activity potentially fatal. To give a few British-based examples: in 1923 a seven-year-old died after hurting his hand on a toy pistol; in 1927 a farmer died after falling over a pig; the previous year a 62-year-old woman died after scraping her elbow while picking peas; and in August 1899 a man died from an injury sustained while playing the leisurely garden game of quoits. His was the fourth death from tetanus in Kent that week.

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» The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from England’s top flight

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» The Joy of Six: Norwegians in English football

From Lars Bohinen to Morten Gamst Pedersen, some of the most enjoyable (but not necessarily the best) cult heroes from across the North Sea

Just as Belgians were à la mode for the early and middle parts of this decade, for a while in the 1990s there was hardly a Premier League club that would dare be seen in public without a Norwegian. The most significant influx was sparked by one of English football’s darker nights of the soul, a 2-0 World Cup qualifying defeat in Oslo that saw Egil Olsen’s Norway provide live ammunition for cult documentary makers.

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» Mauricio Pochettino should reject United and make history at Spurs | Eni Aluko

Why take on a rebuilding job in Manchester when he could win Tottenham the title for the first time in almost 60 years with a little help from the board?

Mauricio Pochettino knows he is the most coveted manager in football right now. I can only describe his comments this week about his future at Tottenham as a direct call for action to the club’s board following his show of loyalty. I understood Pochettino to be saying to them: “I have showed and I am showing my loyalty to you by batting away the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United, but now if you back me financially I want to stay for the next 20 years”.

Pochettino has been at Tottenham for five years, which is rare in modern football and yet has spent a lot less money than rivals clubs who challenge for the Premier League. Jürgen Klopp has turned Liverpool into real title contenders in only three years and has had to spend a lot of money to try to bridge the gap to Manchester City. But Klopp has also moulded that team in his own image, with an exciting brand of play which we have seen in abundance this season. Pochettino has done the same but how much of building a team to win the Premier League is down to having much more spending power versus a coach’s ability to change the playing style, tactical blueprint and perhaps most importantly the winning mentality of the team?

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» The best young players in the Championship this season

Tammy Abraham turned down a move to the Premier League this week. He is not the only youngster who could step up

By Martin Laurence for WhoScored

Tammy Abraham has already been offered a chance to play in the Premier League in this transfer window. He rejected a loan move to Wolves earlier this week in favour of staying with Aston Villa to help with their push for promotion. Not every player would turn down a Premier League club but his decision may prove wise. There’s little doubt the 21-year-old striker will be a Premier League player next season, wherever that may be, so his choice to stick with a side and system that play to his strengths is admirable. Abraham, who has two England caps, is the joint top scorer in the Championship this season with 16 goals in 20 appearances – and 12 of those goals have come in his last 10 games. Rating: 7.40

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» Sky-high mascot fees prove nothing is beneath Premier League profiteers | Richard Williams
Introducing a child to their heroes should be priceless. Sadly, a number of top clubs don’t know the meaning of the word

You can keep your prawn sandwiches, your camo-wrapped Bentleys and even the in-stadium fromagerie at the new White Hart Lane. The latest symbol of wretched excess in the world of the Premier League is the £700 charged by West Ham to the parents of the children who walk out of the tunnel alongside their players before a major home match.

What, you might have been forgiven for assuming, could be a better sign of the enduring connection between the top level of professional football and the innocent enthusiasm of children in the early stages of forming a bond with the game than the practice of inviting some of them to hold hands with players of worldwide renown and stratospheric earning power as they make their way on to the pitch? The players get some brief contact with the real world. For the children, there is a precious glimpse of the stadium from their heroes’ point of view, filled with noise and colour.

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