This document has been written to help improve the League, providing a clear blueprint for accepted rules and expected conduct for both players and clubs. The document does not cover every eventuality and as the London Unity League continues to develop, so will this document via feedback and suggestions by clubs partaking in its running.
Earlier this summer, the London Unity League opened up its Cup competition for the 2017/18 season to all adult clubs of a similar standard. There was a good response, but there are still some spaces in the competition. The league has now extended the deadline for clubs to enter to the end of September.
The competition will consist of a ’round of 16′, Quarter Finals, Semi-Finals and a Final. There will be a Plate competition for those teams that are not entered into the Cup Quarter Finals.
League Chair, Brian Silk, said, “The LUL prides itself on its inclusive and friendly approach to football, whilst still being competitive. We invite all adult teams of a similar standard to us (we can discuss this with teams), to join in what we do by entering our Cup competition. Teams can be LGBT+-friendly or mainstream clubs, and can be male, female or mixed.”