Worcestershire County Football Association

The Worcestershire County Football Association, also simply known as Worcestershire FA, is the governing body of football in the county of Worcestershire, England. It was founded in 1879, under the auspices of the Birmingham County Football Association, but earned representation the Football Association Council in its own right in 1912.[1]

The Worcestershire FA runs a number of cups at different levels for teams all across Worcestershire, including competitions for senior men's teams, ladies teams, Sunday teams and junior competitions from Under-14 level to Under-18 level.

Worcestershire County Football Association
Worcestershire County FA Logo
MottoDeveloping Football For Everyone
Formation1879
PurposeFootball Association
HeadquartersHampton Lovett, Droitwich Spa, WR9 0QE
Websitewww.worcestershirefa.com

References

  1. ^ Worcestershire FA | About Us | History

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Worcestershire Senior Cup

The Worcestershire Senior Cup (officially The Worcestershire Football Association Senior Invitation Cup) is a football competition organised by the Worcestershire County Football Association. It began in the 1893-94 season, with Redditch Town taking the first honours. Due to the dearth of professional clubs within the county, few professional teams have taken part, though Walsall, Aston Villa, and Kidderminster Harriers are past winners.

The Senior Cup is the more senior of the county's two main cups, and at present entry is restricted to those clubs which are affiliated to the County FA and compete in the Southern Football League or higher. Clubs from lower leagues compete in the Worcestershire Senior Urn.

Worcestershire Senior Urn

The Worcestershire Senior Urn (officially The Worcestershire Football Association Senior Invitation Urn) is a football competition for Worcestershire County FA club teams, organized by the Worcestershire County Football Association. It began in the 1973–74 season with Malvern Town taking the honours in the first final.

The Senior Urn is the less senior of the county's two main cups, and at present entry is restricted to those clubs which are affiliated to the County FA and compete in the highest division of the Midland Football Alliance, West Midlands (Regional) League, Midland Football Combination and Hellenic League. Clubs from higher leagues compete in the Worcestershire Senior Cup.

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