Joma League

POS Club P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Mickleover Sports (Red) 1 1 0 0 7 0 7 3
2 Warrington Town (Yellow) 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 3
3 Leek Town 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 3
4 Radcliffe Borough (Blue) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Mossley 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
6 Belper Town 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 0
7 Matlock Town (Blue) 1 0 0 1 1 3 -2 0
8 Witton Albion 1 0 0 1 0 7 -7 0



Upcoming fixtures

Wednesday 27 September 2017

  • Leek Town
    Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
  • Mickleover Sports (Red)
    Matlock Town (Blue)
  • Mossley
    Belper Town
  • Warrington Town (Yellow)
    Witton Albion

Wednesday 4 October 2017

  • Belper Town
    Warrington Town (Yellow)
  • Matlock Town (Blue)
    Leek Town
  • Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
    Mickleover Sports (Red)
  • Witton Albion
    Mossley

Wednesday 11 October 2017

  • Leek Town
    Witton Albion
  • Mickleover Sports (Red)
    Belper Town
  • Mossley
    Matlock Town (Blue)
  • Warrington Town (Yellow)
    Radcliffe Borough (Blue)

Wednesday 1 November 2017

  • Belper Town
    Witton Albion
  • Matlock Town (Blue)
    Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
  • Mickleover Sports (Red)
    Leek Town
  • Mossley
    Warrington Town (Yellow)

Wednesday 8 November 2017

  • Leek Town
    Mossley
  • Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
    Belper Town
  • Warrington Town (Yellow)
    Mickleover Sports (Red)
  • Witton Albion
    Matlock Town (Blue)

Wednesday 15 November 2017

  • Belper Town
    Matlock Town (Blue)
  • Mossley
    Mickleover Sports (Red)
  • Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
    Witton Albion
  • Warrington Town (Yellow)
    Leek Town

Wednesday 22 November 2017

  • Leek Town
    Belper Town
  • Mickleover Sports (Red)
    Witton Albion
  • Mossley
    Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
  • Warrington Town (Yellow)
    Matlock Town (Blue)

Wednesday 29 November 2017

  • Belper Town
    Mossley
  • Matlock Town (Blue)
    Mickleover Sports (Red)
  • Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
    Leek Town
  • Witton Albion
    Warrington Town (Yellow)

Wednesday 10 January 2018

  • Leek Town
    Matlock Town (Blue)
  • Mickleover Sports (Red)
    Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
  • Mossley
    Witton Albion
  • Warrington Town (Yellow)
    Belper Town

Wednesday 17 January 2018

  • Belper Town
    Mickleover Sports (Red)
  • Matlock Town (Blue)
    Mossley
  • Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
    Warrington Town (Yellow)
  • Witton Albion
    Leek Town

Wednesday 24 January 2018

  • Leek Town
    Mickleover Sports (Red)
  • Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
    Matlock Town (Blue)
  • Warrington Town (Yellow)
    Mossley
  • Witton Albion
    Belper Town

Wednesday 31 January 2018

  • Belper Town
    Radcliffe Borough (Blue)
  • Matlock Town (Blue)
    Witton Albion
  • Mickleover Sports (Red)
    Warrington Town (Yellow)
  • Mossley
    Leek Town

Wednesday 7 February 2018

  • Leek Town
    Warrington Town (Yellow)
  • Matlock Town (Blue)
    Belper Town
  • Mickleover Sports (Red)
    Mossley
  • Witton Albion
    Radcliffe Borough (Blue)

Latest results

Wednesday 13 September 2017

  • Witton Albion
    0 - 7
    Mickleover Sports (Red)
  • Matlock Town (Blue)
    1 - 3
    Warrington Town (Yellow)
  • Belper Town
    1 - 2
    Leek Town

Testimonials

Testimonial

"It is an excellent idea to embrace the educational courses with a football programme in a full time capacity. The education courses are such an important part of this package and will enable the students to focus in all areas of sport whilst obtaining qualifications. The level and expertise of the NPL Football Academy league structure is also very important and the way forward linking football academies’ with semi-professional football clubs”

Paul Scholes

Manchester United & England Legend.

Testimonial

"Anything that combines education and sport for young people has to be applauded. Education is more important than ever in the modern world and physical fitness is so important for youngsters’ health and wellbeing. If, at the end of the course, an individual achieves further qualifications and gets the chance to move up to the first team - and that becomes a launch pad to even better things - then all well and good”

Joe Royle

Former Manchester City, Everton & Oldham Athletic Manager.

Testimonial

"The NPL was a big factor in helping me achieve my ambitions. Studying for a sports degree while playing at semi-professional level meant I could improve my education while developing as a player and this initiative can have the same impact."

Craig Dawson

West Bromwich Albion & former England U21 Player.

Testimonial

“Playing semi-professional football in the NPL gave me the opportunity to develop on and off the field, allowing me to play League football while pursuing academic interests that have lead me to a rewarding job in the Premier League. It is a wonderful opportunity, enabling young players to follow their dreams.”

Danny Donachie

Head of Medical at Everton Football Club.

Testimonial

"I played for 20 years in NPL and enjoyed a great career. This led me into a coaching role towards the end of my career and I became assistant manager gaining my qualifications on the way. I was then asked to coach in the women’s game and with Liverpool academy and I now coach at Everton academy and in the England U19 ladies squad and have forged a good career as a football coach thanks to the opportunities I got in the NPL."

Andy Johnston

Everton and England Women's Goalkeeper Coach.

  • Paul Scholes
  • Joe Royle
  • Craig Dawson
  • Danny Donachie
  • Andy Johnston