• Welcome to the London Football Clubs website

    London is home to a thriving amateur football scene as well as some of the world’s finest football venues, including the new Wembley stadium and the Emirates stadium. It boasts more professional football teams than any other area and more teams in the top flight than any other city. Our website is here to provide the London football fan with everything they could wish for. You will find all the latest news, results and fixtures for all of London’s football teams here. Contact our London Football Clubs experts for more information.

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  • Welcome to the London Football Clubs website

    London is home to a thriving amateur football scene as well as some of the world’s finest football venues, including the new Wembley stadium and the Emirates stadium. It boasts more professional football teams than any other area and more teams in the top flight than any other city. Our website is here to provide the London football fan with everything they could wish for. You will find all the latest news, results and fixtures for all of London’s football teams here. Contact our London Football Clubs experts for more information.

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Welcome to the London Football Clubs website!

Welcome to the London Football Clubs website. Find out all the latest news, fixtures and results for every London football team here. The English Premier league is commonly known as Premier League, or the Barclays Premier League, and is followed by passionate football fans from all over the world. In London this passion is so intense that the city is dotted with pubs whose clientele follow specific clubs, and if you support another club or team, you are not welcome inside. If you do gain entrance somehow and the locals come to know that you support another side, you will be literally kicked out.

The English premier league was founded on the 20th February in 1992. There are about 20 teams or clubs participating in the tournament. It comes under the jurisdiction of the UEFA (European) confederation. As well as the league competition, there are two domestic cup competitions held each season, known as the FA Cup and the League Cup. The season runs from August to May every year. Each team plays 38 games a year and in total the league has about 380 games. If there is no result at the end of 90 minutes, a match is considered to be a draw and the clubs shares the points. EPL games are usually held on Saturdays or Sundays. The league was simply known as the Premiership from 1993 to 2007 but has since been sponsored by Barclays Bank, now being as the Barclay's Premier League.  If you want to know more about London Football Clubs, please contact us.

 

Please Note:

This website has nothing to do with the old Leyton FC website.

For more information regarding Leyton FC please contact them directly at 282 Lea Bridge Road Leyton Greater London, E10 7LD, or on 0208 539 1780.