Oxfordshire FA County Leagues

County Leagues

Football Leagues in Oxfordshire


Play regular, competitive football in Oxfordshire.

Across Oxfordshire, county football leagues offer opportunities for teams to play the beautiful game in a range of formats; providing organised football to players of all ages, regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, ability or disability, or faith.

We understand the importance of local leagues and are proud to support them in their role of providing a safe and structured environment for competition. Teams playing in affiliated leagues also have the opportunity to enter the Oxfordshire FA's County Cup competitions.

The diversity of our leagues provide grassroots opportunities for any teams that want to play football in Oxfordshire. The following leagues are all sanctioned by Oxfordshire FA. Each league is run by a committee of volunteers, below you will see the details of the Secretary of each league.

Adult Male Senior Leagues

Oxfordshire Senior League

Secretary: Keith Godfrey –  oslrefsec@yahoo.com or 07510 250911
Day/Time of play:  Saturday afternoon at 2:00 pm

Banbury and District Lord Jersey FA

Secretary: Gareth Wilson - bdlj.secretary@outlook.com
Day/Time of play:  Saturday afternoon at 2:00 pm

Oxford City FA

Secretary: Carl Hibbins - 07866228073, carloufchibbins@hotmail.com
Day/Time of play:  Saturday afternoon at 2:00 pm

Witney & District FA

Secretary: Nicola McDowell - 07789 950877, wdfasecretary@yahoo.com

Day/Time of play:  Saturday afternoon at 2:00 pm

Veteran’s Leagues

Uhlsport Hellenic League (aged 35+)
Secretary: Brian King - office@hellenicleague.co.uk

Over 50’s Premier League
Secretary: Andy Bennett, andy@fslaerospace.co.uk

Youth Leagues

Oxfordshire Youth Football League (Charter Standard League)

Secretary: Robert Roslyn
Contact Details: 07542 891092, secretary@oyfl.org.uk
Age groups:  U7-U21
Day/Time of play: U7-U10 Saturday 10:30am. U11-U16 Sunday various. U17-U21 Sunday 2.00pm.
Squad sizes: U7 to U10 – max 14 players, U11 to U14 – max 18 players, U15-U16 – max 21 players, and U17 to U21 – max 22 players.
League Website: www.oyfl.co.uk

Oxfordshire Girls Football League (Charter Standard League)

Secretary: Claire Finn
Contact Details: secretary@theogfl.co.uk
Age groups:  U8-U16
Day/Time of play:  Saturday morning at 10:00 am
League Website: www.ogfl.org

Witney and District Youth League (Charter Standard League)

Secretary: Terry Williams
Contact Details:  07973 134743, secretary@wdyfl.org 
Age groups: U7-U16
Day/Time of play: U7-U11 Saturday morning at 10:30.  U12-U16 Sunday afternoon at 2:00 pm
Squad size:  U7-U11 – double the amount of the playing format.  U12-U16 – 18 players
League boundaries:  Oxfordshire and adjoining counties.


The league also offers subsidised coaching and refereeing courses.

Disability Leagues

BoBi League

(Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Inclusive League)
Secretary: John Ayling 
Contact Details: johnbrandonayling@gmail.com / 07799 530991
Age groups: Adult Male, Adult Female, U16, U12, U8
Disability groups: PAN-Disability (BOBi Non-Premiership) / Mental Health Football (BOBi Premiership)
Day/Time of play: Sunday 10:30am – 3pm (BOBi Non-Premiership) / Tuesday 11am – 2pm (BOBi Premiership)
League Website: www.bobileaguefootball.org.uk


The National League System is the league structure for senior men’s football that sits directly below the Football League, League Two. It stretches from the Football Conference Premier Division at Step 1 through to County Leagues at Step 7.

The Women’s Pyramid provides the league structure for the Senior Women’s game, from the Women’s Premier League at Step 1 through to County Leagues at Step 6.

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