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National League System Newsletter - October 2019

 

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kivo
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Nov 4, 2019, 11:53 PM

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I emailed the FA and asked a few specific questions about step 7 and a few queries that I had. Here’s the questions and responses.
What is the FA’s vision in regards to the step 7 league’s?
:– The FALC’s vision is for County FA’s to play a greater part in ensuring that there is a continual flow of Clubs to Step 6, by working more closely with the Feeder League Clubs. Further to that, the FALC wants to position Feeder Leagues as the pinnacle of Saturday open age male football on what is loosely a County per League basis.
Do you want the counties or Ridings in Yorkshire, to each run a single league each?
:– The FALC is not suggesting that CFA’s have to run the Leagues. Some have chosen to do this (Cambs historically, Devon and Cornwall having a large input more recently) but it will not be mandated. The larger County FA areas may have more than one Feeder League based on the existing Step 7 Leagues transitioning over – i.e. West Riding have Yorkshire Amateur and West Yorkshire Association Leagues.
What happens to the leagues that sprawl over several counties(ie the WMRL & CML)?
:– these sanctioning of the competitions will be assigned to the County with the most Clubs within membership. This doesn’t prevent each County FA supporting its own member Clubs though.
Also I remember an interview you had with the Nonleague Paper when the Lincs League achieved step 7 status. You highlighted two areas that you were aiming to make step 7 leagues, that didn’t have them & they were Shropshire & Cumbria. I see the Shropshire FA are trying to create a new league for their clubs. Is there any possibility that Cumbria will also finally get its league & if so what are you doing to achieve this?
:– we are considering applications to leagues not currently Step 7 in status. Any League can request the status on or before 31 December to be considered for the following season. it is likely that we would only consider applications where a provision does not exist.


I've read that about four times and still can't make any sense out of it.


windydcfc
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Nov 5, 2019, 6:54 AM

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I emailed the FA and asked a few specific questions about step 7 and a few queries that I had. Here’s the questions and responses.
What is the FA’s vision in regards to the step 7 league’s?
:– The FALC’s vision is for County FA’s to play a greater part in ensuring that there is a continual flow of Clubs to Step 6, by working more closely with the Feeder League Clubs. Further to that, the FALC wants to position Feeder Leagues as the pinnacle of Saturday open age male football on what is loosely a County per League basis.
Do you want the counties or Ridings in Yorkshire, to each run a single league each?
:– The FALC is not suggesting that CFA’s have to run the Leagues. Some have chosen to do this (Cambs historically, Devon and Cornwall having a large input more recently) but it will not be mandated. The larger County FA areas may have more than one Feeder League based on the existing Step 7 Leagues transitioning over – i.e. West Riding have Yorkshire Amateur and West Yorkshire Association Leagues.
What happens to the leagues that sprawl over several counties(ie the WMRL & CML)?
:– these sanctioning of the competitions will be assigned to the County with the most Clubs within membership. This doesn’t prevent each County FA supporting its own member Clubs though.
Also I remember an interview you had with the Nonleague Paper when the Lincs League achieved step 7 status. You highlighted two areas that you were aiming to make step 7 leagues, that didn’t have them & they were Shropshire & Cumbria. I see the Shropshire FA are trying to create a new league for their clubs. Is there any possibility that Cumbria will also finally get its league & if so what are you doing to achieve this?
:– we are considering applications to leagues not currently Step 7 in status. Any League can request the status on or before 31 December to be considered for the following season. it is likely that we would only consider applications where a provision does not exist.


I've read that about four times and still can't make any sense out of it.



The way I read it, was the Derbyshire FA will end up running the CML & absolutely zero change will happen in regards of all the clubs in that league that are from different counties. Same with the WMRL.



Non League Projection - 2020/21: https://docs.google.com/...UTgVhKYTo/edit#gid=0
Step 1: https://www.google.com/....119447550000018&z=7
Step 2: https://www.google.com/...677250654298405&z=15
Step 3: https://www.google.com/...358611350589399&z=16
Step 4: https://www.google.com/...536616305542566&z=16
Step 5: https://www.google.com/...399355140531952&z=16
Step 6: https://www.google.com/...1556307438963813&z=9


Brightside
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Nov 5, 2019, 7:18 AM

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Do you know if there will be any changes to step 7 divisions that are lower divisions of step 5 / step 6 leagues?

Midland League 2
Spartan South Midlands League 2



2020/2021 based on league positions as at 09/11/2019

Non League Projections - 2020/21 - https://docs.google.com/...fAI/edit?usp=sharing
Step 1 - https://drive.google.com/...1zLX5Ju5&usp=sharing
Step 2 - https://drive.google.com/...REZzvDIU&usp=sharing
Step 3 - https://drive.google.com/...GYGtPp8H&usp=sharing
Step 4 - https://drive.google.com/...DJBN8cC-&usp=sharing
Step 5 - https://drive.google.com/...I48iX_bL&usp=sharing
Step 6 - https://drive.google.com/...siBvGhTK&usp=sharing


windydcfc
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Nov 5, 2019, 8:14 AM

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Do you know if there will be any changes to step 7 divisions that are lower divisions of step 5 / step 6 leagues?

Midland League 2
Spartan South Midlands League 2



I’ve just asked the question and the response was that those leagues will continue to run the step 7(or whatever it ends up being classified as). They’ll just be administered differently.



Non League Projection - 2020/21: https://docs.google.com/...UTgVhKYTo/edit#gid=0
Step 1: https://www.google.com/....119447550000018&z=7
Step 2: https://www.google.com/...677250654298405&z=15
Step 3: https://www.google.com/...358611350589399&z=16
Step 4: https://www.google.com/...536616305542566&z=16
Step 5: https://www.google.com/...399355140531952&z=16
Step 6: https://www.google.com/...1556307438963813&z=9


shimtoan
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Nov 5, 2019, 9:52 AM

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Location: Dunkirk, Nottingham
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The way I read it, was the Derbyshire FA will end up running the CML & absolutely zero change will happen in regards of all the clubs in that league that are from different counties. Same with the WMRL.

Despite there being more Nottinghamshire teams in the CML than Derbyshire ones, it would make more sense for the Derbyshire FA to run it.

Although I'd imagine Notts FA would only be too happy to get control and run it into the ground



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