Tyneside Amateur League

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Tyneside Amateur League
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Founded
1949
Folded
2019
Nation
England
Feeder To
Northern Alliance Division Two
Divisions
Division One
Number of Teams
12
Levels on Pyramid
Level 14
Cups
John Hampson Memorial Trophy
North East Amateur Challenge Shield
Selcray Bowl
Tyneside Amateur Challenge Shield
Current Champions (2018-19)
Haltwhistle Jubilee

The Tyneside Amateur League is a football competition based in England. It has one division, which sits at level 14 of the English football league system. It is a feeder to the Northern Alliance.

Contents

The League was 60 years old in 2009. To celebrate this the League held a dinner with John Beresford as the guest speaker on 12 June at The Lancastrian Suite of the Dunston Federation Brewery.

Final member clubs

Champions

SeasonDivision OneDivision Two
2002-03Felling GreyhoundWillington Quay Saints
2003–04Winlaton Vulcan InnThe Bush Wallsend
2004–05Winlaton Vulcan InnRyton Reserves
2005-04Winlaton Vulcan InnBlyth Town Reserves
2006–07Winlaton Vulcan InnForest Hall
2007–08Forest HallKillingworth YPC Town
2008–09Killingworth YPC TownBlakelaw Crofters Lodge
2009–10Wincanton Vulcan InnWhickham Lang Jacks
2010–11Whickham Lang JacksBlyth Isabella
2011–12West JesmondWinlaton Queens Head
2012–13New YorkChopwell
2013–14Lindisfarne Custom PlanetHazlerigg Victory
2014–15Hazlerigg Victory
2015–16Bedlington Juniors
2016–17Ponteland United Reserves
2017-18Ellington FC
2018-19Haltwhistle Jubilee


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