A tackle in an Under 21s match

Under 21 County League

Bridging the gap between youth and adult football

The first Lancashire FA Under 21 County League was successfully launched in 2016/17 and was won by FDA Academy, with Lancaster City lifting the Under 21 County League Cup.

The league aims to bridge the gap between youth football and adult football, and provide like-minded teams with competitive fixtures in order to develop their younger players.

Some young players often find the leap to adult football daunting, and it can put many off from continuing in the game.

The league has increased in size this year and we're looking forward to seeing if FDA Academy can successfully defend their title, or whether it's time for a new champion!

Fixtures, results and league table

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Iain Mackie

Football Development Officer (11v11/Recreation)

Area contact for: Bolton, Bury, Rochdale, Oldham, Rossendale, Greater Manchester

01772 644270

iain.mackie@lancashirefa.com

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Lancaster City celebrate winning the U21 County Cup in 2016/17

Under 21 county Cup

Teams competing in the Lancashire FA Under 21 County League can enter the Under 21 County Cup.

Lancaster City won the first ever cup in 2016/17 - but who will triumph this year?

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