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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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» Germany’s learning visits offer measure of Dan Ashworth’s England legacy

• Former FA technical director proud of St George’s Park success
• Dual-nationality players must feel welcome, Ashworth says

Dan Ashworth has pointed to the establishment of St George’s Park as an elite hub for English football as his greatest legacy from his time as the Football Association’s technical director, with representatives of the German national setup having visited to learn from its success.

St George’s Park opened in 2012 and the £105m facility is home to England’s 28 national teams, who train on the 13 outdoor pitches or indoor 3G surface. Ashworth joined the following year and played a significant role in establishing the site outside Burton-on-Trent as the home of the FA’s national coach education programme, as well as a Fifa-recognised centre of medical excellence.

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» Cristiano Ronaldo charged with improper conduct for Atlético celebration
  • Juventus player made similar gesture to Diego Simeone
  • Atlético coach was fined for incident but escaped a ban

The Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is facing disciplinary action for his celebration after one of the three goals he scored in last week’s 3-0 win over Atlético Madrid in the Champions League.

Uefa said the Portuguese would face a hearing on Thursday for “improper conduct” during the last-16 second leg match, where Juventus completed a 3-2 aggregate win.

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» Ji So-yun breaks Durham hearts and fires Chelsea into FA Cup last four

• Durham 0-1 Chelsea
• South Korean’s first-half strike sends champions through

Lee Sanders said his Durham side are “ready for that next step” up into the Women’s Super League, after a battling 1-0 defeat against last season’s double winners Chelsea in their FA Cup quarter-final.

“We keep on putting in these performances against big teams and I think that’s where we deserve to be,” Sanders said. “We’ve been in this league [the Championship] long enough. You look at the team that Chelsea turned out, they didn’t take us lightly and that was the biggest mark of respect for the club and the players. The players want to be playing against, and testing themselves against, the best.”

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» Chelsea complain to Uefa over racist abuse of Hudson-Odoi in Kyiv
• Winger alleges monkey chants during Europa League game
• Uefa expected to open formal investigation of abuse report

Chelsea have lodged a complaint with Uefa after Callum Hudson-Odoi was allegedly subjected to racist abuse late on in their Europa League victory at Dynamo Kyiv last week.

The 18-year-old winger, who started at the Olympic Stadium and scored the visitors’ fifth goal, was apparently on the receiving end of monkey chants close to the final whistle. The incident is understood to have taken place at the end of the ground Chelsea were attacking in the second half, with Hudson-Odoi having made his captain, the substitute César Azpilicueta, aware of what he had heard.

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» Premier League fight for top four is on – just don’t mention the b-word

Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea can all still win a European trophy but, if they don’t, have just eight games each to try to secure a Champions League place

It is hard to place the exact moment when “bottle” became such an overused part of football’s lingua franca but nowadays it is hard to get through a weekend without several cases. You do not have to delve deep to find someone suggesting Chelsea bottled it at Goodison Park or Liverpool had the bottle to push themselves to a handy three points at Fulham.

Related: As Solskjær soars, how many extra points does a manager really add? | Sean Ingle

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» Chattanooga FC: the US club with 2,000 owners around the world

The Tennessee club sold more than $500,000 in shares in a month. They believe they have tapped into a market for fans who want a stake in their team

Stefan Szymanski is a professor of sport management at the University of Michigan, the author of the much-lauded Soccernomics, and a supporter of Detroit City FC of the semi-pro National Premier Soccer League (NPSL). So why has Szymanski, who moved to the United States from Britain eight years ago, invested in an NPSL rival, Chattanooga FC?

The answer lies in shares. Szymanski bought two in the club, at $125 each, so he will be far from a majority owner; in fact, he already has has more than 2,000 partners from 44 US states and 10 countries around the world. Chattanooga FC said they sold more than $500,000 in shares in a month, after they became the first American sports team to sell limited public stock since securities reform laws were passed in 2016.

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» Oh. My. God. Messi, a hat-trick and a stadium left in suspended animation

The Barça forward was applauded by both sets of fans at Betis – not for scoring three times, but because of how he scored

“Truth is, I don’t remember anything like this,” Lionel Messi said but nor do they and their reaction said more than words, long abandoned as inadequate. There were five minutes left of a perfect performance when he took the shot that transfixed them and then turned them. Not so much hit first time as coaxed, the ball rose softly and curved gently, granting them time to take it in, inviting them to halt everything and watch it orbiting alone, so they did. Only Betis goalkeeper Pau López moved, seeing it float by, just there but just out of reach, everything unfolding like a slow-motion replay from an arty TV director. Only this was live. The ball caressed the bar, landed in the net, and there was a collective intake of breath. And then, instead of a roar, an “oh”.

Oh. My. God.

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» Football’s name-changing fetish shows the game’s infected with greed | Anthony Clavane

Renaming White Hart Lane station as Tottenham Hotspur is a blow to loyal fans and the neighbourhood’s history

What’s in a name? Everything, if you’re a football fan. The sport has always been driven by finance, but the post-1992 fetish for name-changing has taken commercialisation to a whole new level. And it’s spilling into our public spaces.

History, tradition and community are all high on the list of the reasons why long-suffering supporters stay loyal to their teams. It is fashionable to caricature those who campaign against the corporate rebranding of their clubs as traditionalist dinosaurs. But in an era when local neighbourhoods have become fractured, clinging to the original name of your team, stadium and even local railway station has become one of the few remaining signifiers of community spirit.

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» As Solskjær soars, how many extra points does a manager really add? | Sean Ingle

Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s Manchester United return has prompted debate about the qualities of former players as managers – and German academics may have an answer

Just how exceptional a manager is Ole Gunnar Solskjær? For all the praise lavished on the likeable Norwegian, I remain glued to the fence. Don’t get me wrong. He’s clearly doing well. It’s just that it is fiendishly tricky to separate the upturn in Manchester United’s mood and form since he took over – as reflected by that spectacular feat of alchemy in Paris – with the obvious fact that any club with that much money and world-class players should be winning most of their matches.

Related: Nurture and nature the keynotes as Solskjær displays complete knowhow | Barney Ronay

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» Violence and teargas forces Panathinaikos v Olympiakos derby to be abandoned – video

Panathinaikos' match at home to Olympiakos was abandoned on Sunday after fans were seen attacking players on the visiting team's bench and clashing with police outside their Olympic Stadium.

The violence began four minutes after the Athens derby kicked off and the match was stopped for about eight minutes. The unrest erupted again after Olympiakos scored the only goal of the match in the 53rd minute.

Teargas was seen wafting onto the pitch - affecting players and fans. 

The referee abandoned the match in the 70th minute and Olympiakos were awarded the victory. Panathinaikos face a possible points deduction and a fine.

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» 'Nothing is decided': Jürgen Klopp praises Liverpool's nervy win at Fulham – video

Jûrgen Klopp has said Liverpool’s 2-1 victory at Fulham was ‘an average game, sensational result.’ The Reds needed a James Milner penalty to beat the London club, who remain in 19th place in the table.

Klopp’s side lead the Premier League table heading into the international break after moving two points clear of Manchester City, who have a game in hand.

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» Maurizio Sarri accuses his Chelsea players of 'mental block' at Everton – video

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has blamed 'a mental block' for his side's 2-0 loss at Everton following a fine first-half display. 

The defeat has dented the Blues hopes of finishing in the top four, but Sarri has insisted that 'it is not impossible' to achieve the feat in their remaining eight matches

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» 'I feel at home here': Zidane on first match back as Real Madrid coach – video

Gareth Bale and Isco both scored against Celta Vigo to give Zinedine Zidane a 2-0 victory  on his return to Real Madrid. Following the match, an overall 'happy' Zidane said 'It’s an important result, even if the first part of the match we didn’t do well'

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» The Adidas Predator at 25: the football boot that changed all boots

It’s been 25 years since the creation of one of the most iconic boots in football. The Adidas Predator became instantly recognisable due to its unique design and fearless advertising. A design made by former Liverpool midfielder Craig Johnston, who decided to stick the outside of a table tennis bat to the top of the shoe. After countless rejections Adidas took a chance on the shoe. Since then, with many new designs and improvements along the way, it has become a figurehead in football boot design.

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» Maradona's boyhood club reveal giant inflatable tunnel tribute at 'El Diego Stadium' – video

Argentinos Juniors have paid homage to their most famous son with an eye-catching tribute – an enormous inflatable tunnel in Diego Maradona's image. Players entered the field through it at El Diego Stadium in their league match against Vélez Sarsfield on Monday, which ended in a 0-0 draw. Maradona scored 116 goals in 167 appearances for the club from 1976-1981.

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» Inter take the Milan derby spoils and leap over rivals in Serie A standings | Paolo Bandini

Defeat was hardly catastrophic for Milan, but they have failed to beat Inter now in any of their last six Serie A meetings

The choreography produced by Milan’s Ultras for Sunday’s derby had been months in the making. As kick-off approached, a colossal depiction of Hellboy was unveiled: stretching from the top of the second tier in San Siro’s Curva Sud all the way down to ground level. The demon crashed his fist on to a pile of skulls, interwoven with an Inter scarf. “Send them to Hell,” read the accompanying slogan.

The banner left on display in the same section at full-time cannot have taken quite so long to prepare: a single word spelled out in letters as tall as your average fan. All it said was: “Shits.”

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» Daring to try – and daring to fail – gives Werder Bremen cause for optimism | Andy Brassell

A stylish victory over Bayer Leverkusen has confirmed that Florian Kohfeldt has given Werder’s fans reason to dream

It was the sort of result that, when it happened, appeared to be a curio but as time has gone past, it looks more and more like a season turning point. When Bayer Leverkusen visited Werder Bremen in late October they were on little more than a hiding-to-nothing. Mired in lower-mid-table and led by an unpopular coach, they were facing a side on the crest of a wave – and one who could, with a victory, have finished the weekend in second place in the Bundesliga.

It didn’t turn out like that. In a rarity amid an uninspired first half of the season under Heiko Herrlich, Leverkusen fired and then some. The 6-2 victory didn’t turn out to be the launchpad for Herrlich to draw the best from his talented team on a regular basis, as a quick glance at Peter Bosz on the Leverkusen bench now will tell you. It was the moment, however, where the air was let out of Werder’s tyres. They won just one more game – against then-struggling Fortuna Düsseldorf – before mid-January.

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» Ligue 1 blows chance to rid itself of 'farmers league' jibe

For the first time since 2011, not a single French club will appear in either the Europa League or Champions League last eight

By Adam White and Eric Devin for Get French Football News

It was not supposed to happen like this for Ligue 1, not with the way things looked a fortnight ago. PSG’s Champions League exit was perhaps down more to controversial circumstances and individual errors than the eliminations of Lyon and Rennes. However, despite the latter two sides having been given little chance in their ties against Barcelona and Arsenal, both entered the return legs in enviable positions, especially given the gulf in resources and reputation between them and their opponents. What followed for the two sides, however, was a pair of abject displays that will do little to dispel the “farmers’ league” trope that has been a millstone around the neck of Ligue 1 in the recent past.

Lyon, after all, had been arguably the surprise package of the Champions League group stage, being one of only two sides to finish unbeaten, and recording two near-unbelievable results against Manchester City. In the first leg, they had ridden their luck (and a poor outing from Luis Suárez) but had their chances in a goalless draw, not only keeping themselves in the tie but also denying the La Liga leaders an away goal.

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» No expense spared with Matildas to replicate Socceroos' pre-World Cup camp
  • Australia to gear up for France at plush resort
  • Ten-day training camp in Turkey scheduled for May

The Matildas have been afforded the same level of investment as their male counterparts in preparation for this year’s Women’s World Cup with confirmation the squad will travel to Football Federation Australia’s preferred training base in Turkey ahead of their campaign in France.

The tried-and-tested Gloria Serenity Resort in Belek, just east of Antalya, was used by Bert van Marwijk’s Socceroos before last year’s men’s World Cup in Russia, and during Graham Arnold’s time in charge before that.

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» Real Betis 1-4 Barcelona: La Liga - as it happened

Four awesome goals - three from Lionel Messi and one from Luis Suarez - gave Barcelona an easy victory despite being outpassed by Betis

Messi’s hat-trick, Inter’s win in the Milan derby and Juventus’ first league loss of the season is all covered in our European round-up

Related: European roundup: Genoa condemn Juventus to first Serie A defeat of season

We’ll have a match report to follow, but that’s it for tonight’s blog. By hook or by crook, by fair means or foul, make sure you find a way to watch the goals from this game. All of them were utterly barbaric. Thanks for your company, goodnight.

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» Behind the football: the uncertain role and influence of agents in the A-League | Richard Parkin

It is an under-scrutinised aspect of the Australian game, especially in the salary-capped A-League where almost two-thirds of players every season jostle for new deals. Richard Parkin delves into the world of agents, brokers and intermediaries

Less than two months before the A-League regular season concludes, it’s a time of great anxiety for many within Australian football. Fans check their phones nervously to see results elsewhere as clubs compete for a finals berth, to host a home final, or to win the premiership itself. Players – as many as two-thirds of whom according to the PFA’s most recent annual report could be off-contract come 1 June – fight to be re-signed by their clubs or to put themselves in the shop window with a run of solid late-season performances.

Clubs, especially those out of finals reckoning, urgently look to refresh playing rosters for next season, competing among themselves from the limited pool of established Australian professional players. And liaising furiously between both players and clubs are the agents, or intermediaries, who know that this is the time of year when anxiety provides opportunities and good money is there to be made.

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» Frank de Boer struggles early in MLS as Pity and Atlanta United fail to fire

The Five Stripes won the title in just their second season. But after the departure of two key figures they have struggled to find a new identity

Gonzalo “Pity” Martínez was welcomed to the US with a song. As he stepped off the team bus, Atlanta United supporters chanted: “Él Pity Martínez, que loco que esta,echoing fans in Madrid months earlier where Pity sealed the Copa Libertadores for River Plate.

It was a fitting welcome for the Argentinian who, until then, shared only a single quality with the club he signed for: a brief but bright history. The chants showed fans’ expectations were high. But at the start of this season, neither Atlanta nor their new star have lived up to expectations. Reality is setting in.

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» Landon Donovan's eccentric career: 'I try not to just accept everything society says'

As he stages another comeback from retirement, one of US soccer’s finest ever players reflects on money, fame and why he chose America over Europe

As the lights swirled in the darkness of an aging San Diego arena three weekend ago, a figure stepped through the “O” of a giant inflatable “Sockers” sign. On the other side of the fog machines, the spotlight found him: it was Landon Donovan, now 37 years of age, and still American men soccer’s only true household name.

Even before he stepped out of retirement here for the third time (following a brief reunion in 2016 with the LA Galaxy and a half-season at Mexico’s Club Leon in 2018), the fact that Donovan would join the Sockers – for a reported $250,000 for the remaining half of the Major Arena Soccer League season – seemed odd. The San Diego Sockers? The indoor soccer team? For a player with 157 international caps, this quirky subgenre of the sport, with its $2 Bud Light nights, its frenetic play and its games in places like Turlock, California and Hidalgo, Texas, seems like unfamiliar territory. But in the context of Donovan’s eclectic career it is of a piece with all his other moves that American soccer fans have debated for the past 20 years.

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» Angry Bayern let it all out and nudge Dortmund off their throne | Andy Brassell

Stung by Joachim Löw’s retiring of three of their Germany players, Bayern responded with a 6-0 win over Wolfsburg

“Anger is an energy,” John Lydon famously sang on Public Image Limited’s ‘Rise’. The line has had a fair airing in the past week, used in attempts to sum up the on-stage essence of Keith Flint after The Prodigy frontman’s untimely passing. Flint himself frequently laughed off the perception that he was an angry man but this weekend, Bayern Munich took the phrase and showed themselves to be more than happy to embody it.

By the time the clock ticked 17.21 in the Allianz Arena on Saturday afternoon, as an overwhelmed Wolfsburg team stood dazed on the turf having taken a thrashing that could easily have been worse, it was tricky to work out which scenario should have been the most obvious to us two hours beforehand. That Wolfsburg, who had never won in 21 previous visits to Bayern, were never going to change that? That Bayern’s relentless pace of late, seemingly reaching a familiar crescendo as they entered this match with 11 wins from their last 12 in the Bundesliga, showed no sign of faltering? Or that having been piqued by the treatment of Mats Hummels, Jérôme Boateng and Thomas Müller from Germany national team coach Joachim Löw during the week, that Bayern would react with extreme prejudice.

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» Ronaldo’s defining display shows ‘fino alla fine’ spirit is alive at Juventus | Eni Aluko
The striker’s best performance for Juve in the Champions League embodied the club’s ‘until the end’ motto

The Juventus motto is “fino alla fine” – in other words, until the end. On Tuesday evening the men’s team proved these words are not empty but alive. Juve aspire to be a team who never give up, a team who burn with an indefatigable spirit, and this week it was there for all to see.

They showed it against Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League last season, when they came back from a 3-0 first-leg deficit to level the tie at the Bernabéu, an incredible comeback that ended in disappointment when a late Cristiano Ronaldo penalty decided it in Real’s favour. This year it was a different Madrid club, Atlético, a 2-0 deficit and Ronaldo – now wearing Juve’s famous black and white – decided matters from the spot again.

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» Vivianne Miedema: ‘There’s a big difference playing with boys and with girls’

Arsenal’s striker on a sporting childhood, Netherlands’ World Cup hopes and why her club deserve to win the WSL

Arsenal, decimated by injuries that have left a stellar seven-a-side team in the stands lately, are struggling to maintain their early-season swagger. League wins have become less convincing and defeats by Chelsea and Manchester City in the FA Cup and Continental Cup respectively have seen their momentum stalled.

With the side now two points behind the leaders, Manchester City, though with a crucial two games in hand, the pressure is on the league’s top scorer, Vivianne Miedema, to shoulder the burden and help force her team over the finish line.

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» PSG demise a lesson in the corrupting effect of money and arrogance | Jonathan Wilson

It was a great week for the puckish charms of football and its ability to confound hubris

Football still, it turns out, has the power to fight back. Money is a lot of things but it isn’t quite everything, not yet.

Although before we get carried away, it should be acknowledged that it really is a lot of things, most things even, almost everything. The leagues of Italy and France are a walkover yet again. Spain and Germany will probably have very familiar champions. So distorted has the modern view become that not only are Ajax, grandees of the Dutch game, transformed into plucky giant-killers, but somehow Manchester United can be cast as improbable outsiders. It was a great week for the puckish charms of football and its ability to confound hubris but nobody should kid themselves: it’s losing the war against greed.

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

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from the FA Cup and Premier League

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» Football transfer rumours: Mané out, Varane in at Liverpool?

Today’s rumours spent way too long there

In a development in no way intended to cram as many big names as possible into a headline, news outlets are reporting that David Beckham would quite like to sign Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo for his new MLS franchise.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid are also plotting a revamp that will tick all search engine optimisation boxes. Zinedine Zidane has decided to eschew Neymar and go for at least one of Eden Hazard, Christian Eriksen and Sadio Mané. With Chelsea facing a transfer ban and therefore reluctant to sell even if that means losing Hazard for nothing next year, and Madrid not keen on facing Daniel Levy, the Spanish club reckon Mané is the most gettable of the trio.

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» Six Nations deciders, the Rocket's 1,000 centuries and penalty woe | Classic YouTube

This week’s roundup also includes a cheeky Carlisle goal, horses racing all over the place and some heavily accented lip-reading

1) Will Warren Gatland end his Six Nations sojourn with Wales as he began it, with a grand slam? Ireland stand in their way on Saturday, as they did when they visited Cardiff in 2005, when Wales memorably clinched a first title for 12 years. The whole game is here, if you’ve got the time. Wales beat Ireland at the 2011 World Cup too, but Ireland came out on top in 2018, en route to their own slam – and what a classic it was. Should Ireland prevail again this year it would pave the way for England to take the title by beating Scotland, something they achieved when they won the concluding matches in 1980 and at Twickenham in 1995.

2) Best you go your way and I’ll go mine: racing goes seriously freeform with horses peeling off in all directions at this race in France.

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» Which football players have also turned their hands to art? | The Knowledge

Plus: people changing their name for football; real-life football on the big screen (2); and did they ever use a real hat for the FA Cup draw? Mail us or tweet @TheKnowledge_GU

“Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida played in goal for Real Sociedad, and former Chelsea keeper Petar Barota was an abstract artist. Have any other players had artistic tendencies?” tweets UrbanGriller.

“Surely one of the most unusually named players in Port Vale’s long history is ceramic designer Lucien Boullemier,” writes Rob Fielding. “The son of French ceramic artist Antonin Boullemir, he originally moved to the Potteries to, well, work in the Potteries! He was signed by Stoke City before joining Port Vale in 1897, but retired in 1903 to move to the US. He resumed playing in the States, turning out for Philadelphia Hibernian. He returned to the UK in 1905 and had spells with Northampton Town and a return to Port Vale. Back in the Potteries he produced a range called Boumier Ware, which is highly sought after.”

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» Football League: Blackpool fans return to celebrate dramatic equaliser
  • Sheffield United keep pace as West Brom, Middlesbrough falter
  • Sunderland snatch late leveller during chaos at Wycombe

The race for automatic promotion thinned out after both Middlesbrough and West Brom dropped points on the top three.

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» Sports quiz of the week: laughter, LeBron, L'Equipe and F1 fastest laps

Who ‘felt flat’ after a big win? Who prepared in style? Who had a dig at Watford?

'I looked over at him a few times and that made me laugh a little' – who said this during the week, and who were they talking about?

Mike Phelan about Neymar

Hatem Ben Arfa about Unai Emery

Kepa Arrizabalaga about Maurizio Sarri

Daniele de Rossi about Eusebio di Francesco

Nick Kyrgios won his first ATP Tour trophy for over a year in Acapulco on Sunday, but how did he prepare for the final?

Getting advice from his friend Andy Murray over the phone

Sitting in a sauna to prepare for extreme heat on court

Spending the afternoon on a jetski

Watching opponent Alexander Zverev's train from under a sombrero

Who was accused of exaggerating the toughness of his upbringing this week?

Anthony Joshua

Ronnie O'Sullivan

Owen Farrell

Dan Evans

Swiss cyclist Nicole Hanselmann built up a big lead in a race on Sunday, but finished 74th. What went wrong?

She suffered multiple punctures and had to jog the last half-mile

She caught up the men's race ahead of her and was held up by officials

She had been going the wrong way and had to turn around

She had to stop for an extended comfort break

LeBron James overtook his idol, Michael Jordan, to become the NBA's fourth-highest points scorer of all time. Who is top of the list?

Kobe Bryant

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Shaquille O'Neal

Karl Malone

Who joined an exclusive club by earning 10/10 from L'Equipe in midweek?

Romelu Lukaku

Hakim Ziyech

Dusan Tadic

Iker Casillas

France head to Dublin in the Six Nations on Sunday, and have a poor recent away record in the competition. Where did they last win a game in Britain or Ireland?

Murrayfield

Croke Park

Etihad Stadium

Stadium:mk

'I feel a bit flat to be honest with you' – who said this after a landmark win this week?

Harry Kane

Virat Kohli

Phil Neville

Nick Kyrgios

Harry Kane will face Southampton on Saturday having scored seven goals in eight Premier League games against them. Who was Kane playing for when he first faced the Saints?

Norwich

Spurs

Millwall

Leyton Orient

Formula One returns next weekend, with the organisers set to introduce what prize for the fastest lap in each race?

A two-place boost up the grid in the next race

A gold helmet to wear in the next race

A bonus point that counts towards the overall standings

£250,000 in cash

8 and above.

Outstanding. Enjoy the rest of your weekend

0 and above.

Unlucky. Enjoy the rest of your weekend

3 and above.

A fair effort. Enjoy the rest of your weekend

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» Golden Goal: Steve McManaman for Liverpool v Celtic (1997)

The midfielder was the Merseyside club’s most consistent attacking threat for a decade and dazzled in Glasgow

If there is a phrase that sums up Steve McManaman’s time at Real Madrid, a four-year spell in which the Spanish club won La Liga and the Champions League twice apiece, it was perhaps the one delivered by an unlikely source. “El socio del todos” – “a partner to everyone on the pitch”– is how Johan Cruyff described the Merseyside-born Madridista, and he meant it neither sarcastically nor begrudgingly.

Cruyff’s assessment was instead genuine and warm-hearted, underlining the understated yet important role the midfielder played in Madrid’s success at the start of the millennium, linking defence to Galácticos attack. This was the era of Raúl, Luis Figo, Zinedine Zidane and the original Ronaldo, and McManaman’s role was to give them the ball as often as possible.

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» The Joy of Six: football title run-ins | Gregg Bakowski

A full-tilt Liverpool charge, Napoli’s epic collapse, missing boots, broken Hearts and Cantona’s economical brilliance feature

Hooliganism, Heysel and the Bradford fire had left English football on the brink of oblivion in 1985. On-field action desperately needed to take centre stage again and Ron Atkinson’s Manchester United came waltzing out from behind the curtain to hog the spotlight, winning 10 on the bounce and opening up a 13-point lead over runaway reigning champions, Everton. “It’s all yours, Ron!” screamed one headline in November. It was a leap to imagine that by April “Atkinson Out” banners would be on display at Old Trafford after a side light on physicality crumbled, losing 10 games.

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» Champions League quarter-finals: tie-by-tie analysis and verdict
We run the rule over the matches, including Manchester United’s duel with Barcelona, and predict who will triumph

A great opportunity for Juventus and Cristiano Ronaldo to take a step closer to the only title that really matters to the club now that they have won seven straight scudetti and are on their way to an eighth.

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» Son Heung-min: ‘My father says I shouldn’t marry until I retire and I agree’
The Spurs forward describes four-hour keepy-uppy sessions as a child and reveals why the desire to repay his family is so strong

The way Son Heung-min tells it, he was 10 years old and squabbling with his older brother, Heung-yun. Then something happened that has stayed with him.

The Tottenham forward’s father, Son Woong-jung, was a former professional footballer who made it to a good level in South Korea, and he had begun to coach his boys, making it his mission to guide them to the top, avoiding the pitfalls he encountered. On this occasion, he saw red and, to borrow the word Son uses, decided to impose a forfeit.

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» Toni Duggan: ‘England are good enough to win the World Cup’

In an exclusive interview, the Barcelona forward talks about the tournament and her responsibility for the next generation

‘When I look back to being a 10-year-old girl I never could have dreamt of having this pathway. I feel very fortunate and proud, but I know I have to be part of creating new opportunities for the youth coming through.”

Toni Duggan is not alone in feeling the need to not only ensure there is a ladder behind her but also to give younger players a leg-up on to it. It is a common theme when you talk to female footballers – an instinctive solidarity alongside respect and admiration for those who paved the way for them.

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» Fernando Ricksen: ‘I like living too much, I’m not ready to go’
The former Rangers and Netherlands player has motor neurone disease. We spend time with him and his wife and find anger, sadness and humour

At St Andrew’s Hospice in Airdrie, about eight miles outside Glasgow, Fernando Ricksen is beginning to show the first signs of tiredness after answering questions with his eyes for more than an hour. As an emotional and deeply moving interview draws to a close, Ricksen is asked whether there is anything else he would like to mention in this article. After a short pause while his eyes scroll across the screen to select the words that his voice-computer reads aloud once the sentence is complete, Ricksen adds: “My wife, so that I get some points!”

There is the hint of a smile on Ricksen’s face and a sparkle in his eyes as the room is filled with laughter. The 42-year-old has clearly not lost his sense of humour, which seems remarkable in the circumstances, bearing in mind that he is in the final stages of a cruel, degenerative and terminal illness.

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» Fifa Foundation community programme – in pictures

Star striker Samuel Eto’o represented the UNHCR Sport and Cooperation Network in Cameroon to coach child refugees from neighbouring Central African Republic, part-funded by the Fifa Foundation

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