Nottinghamshire County Football Association

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The Nottinghamshire Football Association, often known simply as the Notts FA, is the governing body of football in the county of Nottinghamshire, England. The Nottinghamshire FA runs a number of cups at different levels for teams across most of Nottinghamshire. A small number of clubs in the north of the county are members of the Sheffield and Hallamshire County Football Association.

County cups

Competition2015–16 Winners2016-17 Winners
Nottinghamshire Senior Cup Basford United Carlton Town
Nottinghamshire Intermediate Cup West Bridgford A.F.C. Dunkirk
Nottinghamshire Junior Cup Basford United Under 21s Mansfield Hosiery Mills
Nottinghamshire Minor CupM.A.F.C.Aslockton Cranmers
Nottinghamshire Sunday Senior TrophyAttenborough CavaliersAttenborough Cavaliers
Nottinghamshire Sunday Intermediate CupBeeston TownClifton Dynamo
Nottinghamshire Sunday Junior Cup Basford United Under 21s Newark Town (Sunday)
Nottinghamshire Sunday Minor CupTotal Reclaims DemolitionWarren (Sunday)
Nottinghamshire Women's County Cup Nottingham Forest L.F.C. Nottingham Forest L.F.C.


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