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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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• ‘Derby has good relations with a lot of teams,’ says new manager
• Loanees helped club reach Championship play-off final in 2019

Phillip Cocu has said he will not hesitate to call on his wealth of contacts as Derby County look to utilise the loan market that propelled them to last season’s Championship play-off final. The Dutchman, who was unveiled as Frank Lampard’s successor as manager on Friday, acknowledged that relationships with elite clubs could prove pivotal if Derby are to achieve his target of a top-six finish in his first season in England.

Cocu, who has a four-year contract, declined to discuss individual targets but said it would be “difficult” for the club to re-sign Fikayo Tomori or Harry Wilson, though Derby are understood to have made their admiration for the latter clear to Liverpool should the Welshman be made available for loan. Mason Mount, who also spent last season at Derby, is set to be involved under Lampard at Chelsea.

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» Pep Guardiola happy to start season with only three centre-backs
• Manchester City manager ‘delighted’ with the squad he has
• Guardiola wants Leroy Sané to stay despite Bayern interest

Pep Guardiola has said it is not vital Manchester City sign a new centre-back before the start of their Premier League title defence.

Related: Kompany quits Manchester City to become Anderlecht’s player-manager

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» Pulisic happy with Chelsea tune-up despite defeat by Kawasaki Frontale
  • Frank Lampard’s side beaten by late Damiao header
  • ‘I’m happy. They were a very good opponent,’ says Pulisic

Brazilian striker Damiao consigned Chelsea to a 1-0 defeat in Japan as J-League side Kawasaki Frontale claimed a famous pre-season scalp. The substitute’s late effort in Yokohama settled a game into which Frank Lampard’s men had gradually grown, but the Premier League side, who brought Christian Pulisic on as a second-half substitute, could not make the breakthrough.

A Chelsea starting lineup which included Willy Caballero, Mason Mount, Kenedy and Michy Batshuayi, struggled to break the hosts down with Pedro forcing an early save and sending another shot just over the bar before Kenedy blasted just wide from distance.

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» William Saliba decides to join Arsenal instead of rivals Tottenham Hotspur
  • Saint-Etienne defender set to be first major summer signing
  • Spurs made late effort to hijack €30m (£27m) transfer

The young St-Étienne centre-back William Saliba has decided to join Arsenal despite a late attempt by Tottenham to sign the France Under-20 international.

Arsenal agreed a five-year deal with the 18-year-old last week and he looked all set to sign for the Gunners, but late interest from their North London rivals delayed the announcement.

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» Salomón Rondón leaves West Brom to rejoin Rafael Benítez at Dalian Yifang

• Striker moves to Chinese club for undisclosed fee
• Rondón was with Benítez at Newcastle last season

Salomón Rondón has linked up again with Rafael Benítez after joining the Chinese Super League club Dalian Yifang from West Bromwich Albion for an undisclosed fee.

Related: Steve Bruce pledges to ‘prove the doubters wrong’ at Newcastle

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» I last missed a Burnley game in 1974, so two games at once is no obstacle

On Saturday Burnley play two friendlies at the same time. Dave Burnley hasn’t missed a game since 1974 – and he’s got no intention of missing either fixture

It had been discussed at length whether to jump in a car to try to see a half each of Burnley’s friendlies at Crewe and Port Vale on Saturday. But now I’ve decided on a plan of military precision that includes a taxi, a train and a rush at either end on foot.

Both matches kick off at 3pm and the two are less than 15 miles apart along the A500 – it’s actually called the A500 derby when Crewe and Vale play each other. The issue was whether I could get in at one of the grounds at half-time, which I looked into, because no one will be manning the turnstiles. So, the thinking was if I can just walk into the ground I would do both.

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» How gambling giant SportPesa made waves in Africa – and Premier League
Everton’s sponsors are hailed by the club for supporting community schemes, but there are concerns about how the Kenyan-Bulgarian firm profits from an online gambling craze

Barely heard of in Britain until it launched a spree of Premier League club sponsorships in 2016, the online gambling platform SportPesa has since spread its name across football, rugby, horseracing and Formula One, associating its branding with good works in Africa. At Everton, where SportPesa is the main sponsor, its name is prominent all over Goodison Park, the club have been in Kenya for a pre-season tour, and they promote SportPesa’s “Kits for Africa” initiative, with a donation bin in the club store.

Everton’s chief executive, Denise Barrett-Baxendale, wrote in the club’s annual report: “We value our developing relationship with SportPesa, who have demonstrated a strong alignment with our values.” A spokesperson for Everton, who describe themselves as “the people’s club”, said Barrett-Baxendale was referring to the sponsor’s support for the club’s extensive community work, which she herself pioneered in the deprived areas around Goodison Park.

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» Patriotism and soft power: how Egypt sought to gain from Afcon
The tournament has been a clear opportunity for Egypt but there is a feeling the past month is best swept under the carpet

When the curtain falls on Egypt’s Africa Cup of Nations on Friday night, the overwhelming sense among many local residents will be one of relief. Senegal and Algeria will contest the final but there is a feeling, at the end of a hastily arranged tournament that divided home supporters and saw their team fall short of expectations, that the past month is best swept under the carpet. The country sought political capital from extending the arm of help to its continent when Cameroon was stripped of hosting rights last year, but the gains have been hard to discern.

“Nobody can deny the fact there’s a connection between politics and the organisation of this tournament,” said Ziad Akl, an analyst with the Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies. “The national discourse overshadowing this whole thing is that this is a matter of patriotism, not a matter of football.”

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» Carles Puyol: ‘La Masia was like the Scouts, 40 boys sharing four rooms’

The Spanish defender talks about Barcelona, how football became his cure and clears up rumours of liking Napalm Death

Hi Carles. Hi Small Talk.

We’re talking to you because of yoghurt, why don’t you tell us a bit about that? I am very proud to be an ambassador for the Danone Nations Cup, one of the best tournaments out there for U12s to play football. It takes place at a local level in 27 countries and the final will be played in Barcelona in October.

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» Sergiño Dest: the accidental USA star aiming to become Ajax's Marcelo

The 18-year-old attacking full-back was born in the Netherlands to an American father. And his international career is blooming for the States

There is a new generation of US stars emerging at Europe’s elite clubs. And among this talent-rich class is a player who – in soccer terms at least – is American only by chance.

Sergiño Dest, an 18-year-old full-back who signed his first professional contract with Ajax in December last year, was born and raised in Almere in the Netherlands to a Dutch mother and a US serviceman father. He hadn’t even visited the States until a trip to New York City – his father’s hometown – in 2014, and hadn’t considered representing the US until the possibility came up in a phone call.

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» Algeria fans celebrate Africa Cup of Nations win – video

Fans have been celebrating Algeria’s Africa Cup of Nations title after a second-minute goal by Baghdad Bounedjah gave them a 1-0 win over Senegal in the final. Their players and fans celebrated a career-defining achievement as the Fennec Foxes claimed their second continental title and their first since 1990

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» Juventus signing Matthijs de Ligt: 'Italy loves defending the most in the world' – video

New Juventus signing Matthijs de Ligt seemed excited about making a name for himself in Serie A at his first press conference, saying “it is the country that loves defending the most in the world. If you talk about Italian players, for me the most common names that come up are the defenders.”

The Dutch defender completed a £67.5m move from Ajax to Juventus on Thursday

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» 'I'm not everyone's cup of tea': Steve Bruce's first Newcastle press conference – video

Newly appointed Newcastle boss Steve Bruce is quietly confident he will do a good job at the club despite admitting he is “not everyone’s cup of tea.”

The 58-year-old, who has succeeded Rafael Benítez, was speaking at his first Newcastle United press conference.

His appointment has been criticised by the club’s fans

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» 'Amazing feeling' to play abroad: Kieran Trippier on Atlético Madrid move – video

Kieran Trippier has  joined Atlético Madrid from Tottenham Hotspur in a deal worth at least £20m.

The England full-back, who made over 100 appearances during a four-season stint at the north London club, has signed a three-year contract at the Wanda Metropolitano. 

Trippier was one of the most impressive performers as England finished fourth at the World Cup in Russia last summer, scoring early in the semi-final defeat by Croatia in Moscow, but endured a dip in form last season. 

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» Steve Bruce: the road to becoming Newcastle United manager – video report

Steve Bruce has admitted he faces a 'huge challenge' after being appointed the head coach of Newcastle United on a three-year contract.

The 58-year-old quit his job at Sheffield Wednesday and is replacing the widely admired Rafael Benítez, who left St James' Park last month after failing to agree a contract extension with the club's owner, Mike Ashley.

The former Sunderland and Aston Villa manager's chances of success with the Magpies are complicated by Ashley, who wants to sell the club, and fans increasingly venting their anger over the lack of investment and ambition on Tyneside.

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» Frank Lampard on Chelsea's transfer ban: 'I don't need new players' – video

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said he is 'happy' with his squad ahead of their pre-season matches against Barcelona and Kawasaki Frontale.

Uefa handed Chelsea a two-window transfer ban after the club were found guilty of breaching rules regarding their dealings with overseas players under the age of 18

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» 'This is the reality': Santos women's football team sleep in hotel lobby
  • ‘This is the respect people have,’ says Santos coach
  • Team were travelling to play Iranduba two days later

The coach of Santos women’s team has criticised the Brazilian Football Confederation after her players were forced to spend part of the night in a hotel lobby before a crucial first division game.

“This is the respect that people have for women’s football in Brazil,” said Emily Lima, as she recorded on video the players curled up on hotel sofas. “Goodnight to everyone who’s going to sleep quietly in their own beds before working the next day.”

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» Clarence Seedorf sacked as Cameroon coach after Africa Cup of Nations exit
• Defending champions knocked out in the last 16
• Seedorf’s assistant Patrick Kluivert also leaves

Cameroon have sacked Clarence Seedorf after their disappointing performance at the Africa Cup of Nations, his departure coming after the country’s sports minister had demanded his exit.

Seedorf’s assistant, the former Netherlands striker Patrick Kluivert, has also been axed after the defending champions were dumped out in the last 16, losing 3-2 to Nigeria.

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» Antoine Griezmann’s move to Barcelona was a year in the making

Atlético Madrid are not happy, even with €120m, and there are doubts that the Frenchman will fit in with Messi and Suárez

The moment of Antoine Griezmann’s departure to Barcelona was broadcast live on television, 393 days after the Frenchman announced his decision to turn down Barcelona and stay at Atlético Madrid in a TV documentary. It had just gone 1pm on Friday when his legal representative arrived at the headquarters of La Liga wheeling a silver suitcase into the building, where he deposited the €120m (£107.6m) buyout clause that releases the striker from his contract, five years after his arrival. Barcelona confirmed the transfer two hours later.

Griezmann’s new deal will run for five years and contains a buyout clause – a legal stipulation in Spain – worth €800m. For all the twists in the plot, the crossed words and accusations, this signing had been set up from the start. It was only going to end one way and if it took longer than expected it was concluded when Griezmann’s lawyer, Sevan Karian, arrived at La Liga’s HQ – although Atlético say that €120m is not enough, claiming the true value to be €200m.

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» Bob Bradley recovers from Swansea nightmare as LAFC take MLS by storm

The former USA coach admitted he ‘failed’ during his brief stay in the Premier League. But his new team are close to unstoppable this season

Los Angeles already had the most successful franchise in Major League Soccer history. A team that have won more championships (five) and made more MLS Cup finals (nine) than any other. Between 2011 and 2014, three titles were delivered by an array of global superstars and a coach once dubbed the Sir Alex Ferguson of American soccer.

LAFC’s unashamed aim was always to usurp the Galaxy when they made their MLS debut last year. The way they saw it, Los Angeles didn’t even have a team, with the Galaxy playing their games out by the tennis courts and suburban communities of Carson. LAFC, on the other hand, play so close to downtown that the skyline is visible between the stands of the Banc of California Stadium.

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» Sweden’s Kosovare Asllani: ‘30,000 people came to celebrate our medal’
The midfielder on how Sweden went ‘crazy’ for the Women’s World Cup and why the bronze medal win over England wasn’t nonsense

Sweden’s Kosovare Asllani has a very different view of the Women’s World Cup third-place match to Phil Neville, who labelled it a “nonsense” game, and it is fair to say that plenty of her compatriots agree with her. When the Sweden team returned from the victory over England that secured a bronze medal they were greeted by 30,000 fans in Gothenburg.

“A sign of a nation that is proud of us,” says Asllani, the midfielder who scored her country’s opening goals against Chile and England. The staggering reception came as a pleasant surprise to a squad not wholly aware of the momentum building back home during their run to the semi-finals.

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» Socceroos to meet familiar foes on path to fifth straight World Cup
  • Australia drawn with Jordan, Taipei, Kuwait and Nepal
  • Top two from Group B advance to final qualifying round

Australia have been drawn Nepal, Jordan, Taiwan and Kuwait in the second Asian qualifying round for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which also serves as first qualifiers for the 2023 Asian Cup.

The Socceroos are gunning for a fifth straight World Cup appearance and head one of five groups made up of 40 nations in the Asian confederation.

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» USA's Allie Long says key to New York was stolen in hotel room burglary
  • Midfielder says wedding ring and key to New York were taken
  • Long, 31, made long-awaited World Cup debut against Chile
  • De Blasio promises city will replace symbolic key on Twitter

The celebration was cut short for a member of the World Cup champion United States women’s soccer team after she discovered someone had burglarized her hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Los Angeles.

Allie Long tweeted on Thursday it happened after the team was honored at the ESPY awards on Wednesday night.

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» Neymar can leave ‘if offer suits’, says PSG sporting director Leonardo

• Leonardo updates transfer saga in French newspaper interview
• Neymar misses training amid speculation of return to Barcelona

Paris St Germain sporting director Leonardo is prepared to sell Neymar after the Brazil forward failed to report for pre-season training.

Neymar was scheduled to report back to the French club’s training ground on Monday but was absent without leave as speculation surrounds a move back to his former club Barcelona.

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» Atlético Madrid open disciplinary proceedings against Antoine Griezmann

• France forward fails to show up for pre-season training
• Atlético are demanding Barcelona pay €120m fee up front

Atlético Madrid have opened disciplinary proceedings against Antoine Griezmann that could result in a fine after he failed to turn up for training.

Griezmann is awaiting a move to Barcelona and the battle between the clubs and the player is growing increasingly bitter. The France forward did not show up at the club’s Majadahonda headquarters on Sunday evening and did not travel with the rest of the squad to San Rafael de los Angeles northwest of the Spanish capital.

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» Premier League youngsters who can shine on tour, from Arsenal to Wolves

We take a look at one young player from each Premier League club who can make an impact this summer

Bukayo Saka, 17, winger

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» Signing Sébastien Haller is good business for West Ham – even at £45m

Haller scores goals, sets them up, makes tackles, leads from the front and has a far better attitude than the striker he is replacing

By Martin Laurence for WhoScored

So, it’s official. West Ham have broken their transfer record for the third consecutive summer with the arrival of French striker Sébastien Haller from Eintracht Frankfurt. The 25-year-old has the task of replacing Marko Arnautovic, another forward who was once their most expensive signing.

Haller was apparently not the club’s first choice – Maxi Gómez chose Valencia over West Ham so he could play in the Champions League – but missing out on the Uruguayan forward may prove a blessing. Haller is nearly three years older than Gómez, but he is a much more complete striker and is better equipped to make an immediate impact.

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» Jimmy Greaves had the right idea: football broadcasting should be fun | John Brewin

As one half of Saint and Greavsie, the former striker spoke about the sport he loved with enjoyment and wit. We could do with some of that now

“I am someone who believes that what we need without a doubt is more of Jimmy Greaves,” wrote the performance poet John Hegley in Greavsie, an ironic yet affectionate early-1990s paean to a then ubiquitous figure. “The more I get of Greaves, the more my life achieves.”

The Premier League’s paywall model would soon be bringing down the curtain on one of the more curious and varied media careers of an ex-footballer. ITV’s failure to land broadcast rights to what the victor, Sky, would trail as a “whole new ball game” meant the axe for Saint and Greavsie in July 1992.

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» Premier League 2018-19 review: our predictions versus reality

We thought Manchester City would pip Liverpool to the title, but we also said Watford would go down

What we said: “Pep Guardiola’s talented side look well placed to become the first team to retain the Premier League title since Manchester United did it in 2009.”

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» Premier League 2018-19 season review: our writers’ best and worst

The best players, greatest games and standout signings – plus those that didn’t work out, and what needs to change

Ed Aarons: Virgil van Dijk. Raheem Sterling runs him close but in terms of impact and influence, the big Dutchman has been peerless.

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» Unforgettable photos: the best of the 2018-19 Premier League season

Photo editor Jonny Weeks reviews a tumultuous football season through some of its best, weirdest and most defining images

On an average weekend, The Guardian receives around 12,000 photographs from Premier League matches via its staff, agency and contributor photographers. That’s almost half a million images per season. Some capture extraordinary joy and despair; some bear witness to defining moments in the title race; some owe greatly to the creativity of the men and women behind the lenses; and some, like this first one from August, feature the rare but always amusing sight of a referee nearly getting thwacked by a ball.

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» Premier League 2018-19 review: the big quiz of the season

Who can’t wait to get out? Who sees trains? And who lost 6-0?

Which team suffered the heaviest defeat of the season?

Cardiff City

Bournemouth

Fulham

Chelsea

Which team lost 10 London derbies?

West Ham

Fulham

Crystal Palace

Arsenal

Three players shared the golden boot with 22 goals each. Which continent are they from?

Europe

South America

Africa

Asia

Which team won the majority of their points from away matches?

Tottenham Hotspur

Crystal Palace

Huddersfield Town

Fulham

Who scored 37.1% of his team’s goals – the highest percentage in the league?

Glenn Murray

Aleksandar Mitrovic

Jamie Vardy

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

What is the missing word in this quote: "It is like a **** that, every day in 10 years, sees the train cross in front at the same time. If you ask the **** what time is the train going to come, it is not going to know the right answer. In football, it is the same. Experience, yes, but hunger, motivation, circumstance, everything is so important."

Player

Farmer

Conductor

Cow

Four clubs had stints at the top of the league. Liverpool were top for 141 days; Manchester City were top for 125 days; and Chelsea were top for nine days. Which club was top for one day?

Manchester United

Leicester City

West Ham

Southampton

A 38-year-old set up a goal for a 35-year-old in October. Which team were they playing for?

West Ham

Brighton

Newcastle United

Watford

Who said: “We are going to make much more points in the second part of the season than we did in the first part”?

Mark Hughes

Claudio Ranieri

David Wagner

José Mourinho

What was the state of play in the title race at the start of 2019?

Liverpool and Manchester City were level on points and goal difference

Liverpool were two points clear

Liverpool were four points clear

Liverpool were seven points clear

Two managers started their reigns by going unbeaten for 12 league games. Ole Gunnar Solskjær and …

Unai Emery

Maurizio Sarri

Brendan Rodgers

Ralph Hasenhüttl

Which club started the season with three defeats and finished it with three victories?

Burnley

Southampton

Brighton

West Ham

There are currently five English managers in the league. How many of them finished in the top half?

None

One

Two

Three

Who was talking about what when he said: “I can't wait to get out of it, if I'm honest. I think we'll be far better out of the bloody thing”?

Sean Dyche on the Europa League

Mauricio Pochettino on the League Cup

Jürgen Klopp on the FA Cup

Neil Warnock on the European Union

What did Harvey Elliott do this season?

He became the youngest referee in Premier League history

He made two appearances and picked up two red cards

He became the youngest player in Premier League history

He scored five goals without starting a game

Southampton, Manchester United, Huddersfield and Leicester did it once. Who did it twice?

Chelsea

Fulham

Newcastle

Watford

Who was the top scoring Englishman in the league this season?

Harry Kane

Callum Wilson

Jamie Vardy

Raheem Sterling

Who has joined a group of players that contains Henning Berg, Ashley Cole, Gaël Clichy, Robert Huth, Nicolas Anelka, Kolo Touré, Carlos Tevez and N'Golo Kanté?

Raheem Sterling

Riyad Mahrez

Alisson

Virgil van Dijk

Huddersfield only won three games all season. Which team did they beat twice?

Fulham

Tottenham Hotspur

Wolves

Southampton

1 and above.

You are the Fulham of football quizzes

2 and above.

You've been relegated

5 and above.

You've avoided relegation – but only just

3 and above.

You've been relegated

4 and above.

You've avoided relegation – but only just

6 and above.

You've avoided relegation – but only just

7 and above.

A solid, midtable finish

8 and above.

A solid, midtable finish

9 and above.

A solid, midtable finish

10 and above.

You've earned a place in the Europa League

11 and above.

You've earned a place in the Europa League

12 and above.

You've earned a place in the Champions League

13 and above.

You've earned a place in the Champions League

14 and above.

That's a top-four finish

15 and above.

That's a top-four finish

16 and above.

You've been pipped to the title – just like Liverpool

17 and above.

You've been pipped to the title – just like Liverpool

18 and above.

You've been pipped to the title – just like Liverpool

0 and above.

You are the Huddersfield of football quizzes

19 and above.

You are the Manchester City of football quizzes!

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» Premier League 2018-19 review: what we learned tactically from the season | Jonathan Wilson
For the elite clubs press-and-possess remains the dominant mode and the league’s less wealthy simply cannot compete

Once upon a time, not so very long ago, football was a game in which two teams battled for the ball and, when they had it, tried to score a goal. Teams had different ways of doing that. They used strength and they used pace and they used skill. They tried different shapes. They tried to win the ball back in different parts of the pitch. The ball could be capricious and hard to tame, but pretty much everybody agreed that it was safer not to let your opponents have too much of it.

Related: Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City can be judged with England’s very best | Richard Williams

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» The Fiver | Champions of Africa as many times as Andorra, Burnley and Richard Keys

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Senegal, regular producers of remarkable players, have been champions of Africa exactly as many times as Djibouti, Andorra, Burnley, Richard Keys, Danny Mills and Weird Uncle Fiver. So when Senegalese fans look at their international trophy cabinet, all they see is Ali Dia’s gong for top b@ntz and a certified letter from El Hadji Diouf in which he confirms he is the greatest sportsman who ever lived. But all that could be spittle under the bridge if the Teranga Lions do the business in Cairo on Friday, when they take on Algeria in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations final.

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» Football transfer rumours: Pogba and Lukaku to stay at Manchester United?

This gossip doesn’t recognise all of these things

The transfer window is full of surprises, so here’s another. It turns out that, after spending more than £400m on players already this summer, Real Madrid have no money left with which to sign Paul Pogba. Apparently this is not because they never actually wanted him in the first place and have no use for an unreliable adornment who has never been the best player in a good team. As such, Florentino Pérez must convince Zinedine Zidane to use Gareth Bale instead – once the Open is finished, of course.

Another Manchester United player who might not be on the move is Romelu Lukaku. Inter are interested in securing his services, but are not sure that he’s worth £75m. It’s now up to Ed Woodward to explain that the fee includes not just the player but the antique grand piano he carries around with him on the pitch.

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» Which football clubs have replaced players with same-name signings? | The Knowledge

Plus: outfield players wearing trousers and more tennis-playing footballers. Mail us or tweet @TheKnowledge_GU

“Last week QPR sold Matt Smith to Millwall and signed another Matt Smith on loan from Manchester City … on the same day,” writes Martyn Bryce. “Do readers have other examples of such dealings with players of the same name.”

It doesn’t happen often Martyn, but there are some examples. Ryan Geraghty takes us back a year to the north-west of England to get the ball rolling. “I’m sure you will have a few readers responding with this one: I recall last summer Reece James – formerly of Manchester United – being released by Wigan only for Wigan to sign Reece James on loan from Chelsea. I didn’t suspect he would go on to be their player of the season and now be linked with Crystal Palace, but the name stuck in my mind. And, of course, there were the Dembélés at Fulham.”

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» David Squires on … Daniel Sturridge's dog and football's great crime novelist

Our cartoonist on the only sport story that anyone in the world is really talking about

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» The Fiver | Steve Barnes's author ego could be facing his toughest job yet

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During his second stint in management as boss of Huddersfield Town, Steve Bruce somehow found time to author three crime thrillers entitled Striker! Sweeper! and Defender! Read by few at the time but now increasingly expensive and difficult to find as collectors’ items, they have become the The Gutenberg Bibles of noir football fiction. “I looked around the stadium and sighed,” whispers crime-fighting Leddersfield Town manager Steve Barnes, looking around the stadium and sighing, in one of them. “Football is a business, and a tough one at that, but the green playing area, well, that really is the field of dreams.” Well, if Barnes thought solving the murder of his club’s groundsman was tricky and full of pitfalls, his author ego has now been tasked with the much more difficult job of dealing with what is increasingly viewed as a field of nightmares by those who sit on all four sides of it.

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» People have fallen for women’s football. We must ensure it’s a long-term relationship | Eni Aluko

The future of the women’s game has never looked brighter but keeping fans interested after the World Cup is vital to its growth

The Women’s World Cup has been a tournament we will look back on as the point when all of our longstanding expectation of what women’s football could be was realised. You just have to look at television viewing figures around the world, which have been better than anything the men’s game has managed this year with nearly 12 million people tuning in to watch England’s semi-final defeat by USA and another 25 million in Brazil watching their last-16 game. That is immense.

Related: Fifa's VAR bumbling hurt a World Cup in which the women's game shone | Hope Solo

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» Karel Poborsky: ‘They put me into a coma. All my face muscles were paralysed’
The former Manchester United winger talks about a visit from Ferguson, his relationship with Beckham and the brain infection that could have killed him

“If I arrived at the hospital one day later than I did, this interview would not happen. I arrived at the hospital too late to find out the root of the infection; they put me straight into a coma. After I woke up, they asked me what my name was and the seven times table. All of my face muscles were paralysed – it was an infection of the brain. I spent three weeks quarantined in hospital on powerful antibiotics, directly to the veins. I couldn’t eat, I had to keep my eyes covered because I was so sensitive to light. I was very scared.”

Karel Poborsky still does not know how he got ill in the summer of 2016 – one theory is that a tick living in his beard bit him – but the important thing is that he is now healthy and well. Sitting in the reception of a plush London hotel alongside his long-term partner, Andrea Tomsu, his eyes dance brightly behind a pair of horn-rimmed glasses and he talks animatedly about his life and career.

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» The Joy of Six: sporting 'sliding doors' moments | Nick Miller

Imagine England losing the 2005 Ashes, Sir Alex Ferguson managing Spurs and women’s and men’s football being equal

Australians wishing to hush the buzz of your average Pom (read: most Australians) will never tire of pointing out the only two Tests England won in the 2005 Ashes were the ones Glenn McGrath missed.

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» Che Adams: ‘In non-league it’s just a question of how hard you’re going to get kicked’

The Southampton striker talks about growing up in Thurnby Lodge, playing non-league and being named after Che Guevara

Che Adams confirms it is “Shay” rather than “Chay” before he sits down to discuss how he has become Southampton’s newest signing in a £14m deal from Birmingham City but the spelling of his name begs an obvious question. Is there any connection to Che Guevara?

“Yeah, it was where I got my name from,” Adams replies, breezily. “Che Guevara was in the news around the time that I was born and I think it was something to do with where his body was buried, although I’m not sure. My mum just really liked the name.”

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» Steve Bruce faces tough task at Newcastle but he is used to adversity | Paul Wilson
Bruce’s happiest times were at smaller clubs and he starts his biggest Premier League job as a manager with eyes fully open

Steve Bruce is normally a safe if somewhat unexciting pair of managerial hands, though as supporters of Sheffield United, Birmingham City and Wigan Athletic will attest, he does have a penchant for resigning or leaving to further his career elsewhere. As recently as January he was claiming his 10th club, Sheffield Wednesday, may be the last he would manage but presumably he always knew that, if the call came from Newcastle, he would find it hard to resist.

What he does at most clubs is steady the defence, sort out a settled team and begin to make small but significant improvements. Newcastle are certainly in need of someone who can do that but they have just lost an arch-pragmatist and organisational master in Rafa Benítez and it remains doubtful whether Bruce is quite up to the Spaniard’s tactical standards or as stoically diplomatic in adverse circumstances.

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» From Sheffield United to Milan: our writers pick their favourite kits

It’s that time of the year when clubs bring out their strips for the coming season, so which ones do we look back on fondly?

There’s history behind this one. It was the first ever fluorescent outfield shirt (according to Umbro, at least) and kicked off a trend that has never really gone away (no surprise given it was said at the time that it was the best selling shirt, other than England kits, that Umbro had ever produced). But more importantly, to me at least, it was a) the first away shirt I ever owned and b) the shirt Sheffield United wore as they stormed to promotion to the old First Division in 1990, which was achieved via a 5-2 win against Leicester City at Filbert Street on the final day of that season. They also wore it the following season, their first campaign in the top flight since the mid-70s. A truly iconic shirt among Blades. JA

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