Welcome to the website for the Ultimate Fire Systems Central and South Norfolk League, the League providing Saturday football for the central and southern areas of Norfolk and for parts of the north Suffolk area. The League operates four Divisions in an area of some 1500 square miles in central and south Norfolk and north Suffolk. Its area stretches from Melton Constable in the north to Eye in Suffolk in the south and from Methwold in the west to Acle and nearly to Beccles in the east. The League is proud of its association with its new sponsors, Ultimate Fire Systems of Ipswich.
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The fixtures for April/May have been published and can be found by clicking here
Draws for the latest rounds of the Cup competitions published and can be found by clicking here
Constitution of the League for this season agreed and published (see News page or click here)
Details of items discussed at Management Committee meeting on 17 May can be found on the News page by clicking here
Details of referee's appointments for the current round of matches can be found here
Dates for the AGM in June 2016 and Management Committee meetings for this season published (see News page)
Copy of Annual Report available from Secretary on request (see AGM report on News page)
Action photos from recent matches now located on Club Grounds page
Backdrop of the season
What a backdrop!! Photo from Football Grounds in Focus of Norfolk Primary Cup match between Snettisham Maroons and Narborough on 22 November 2014.(Photo by Martin Wray (FGIF))
Hector Chambers & Reg Parker receiving their FA 50 years awards
At the Annual Training Seminar at Aldiss Park, Dereham on Monday, 16 August 2010, Hector Chambers and Reg Parker received their Football Association 50 years service awards from Roger Howlett, at that time Norfolk FA's representative on the FA. More photos and the full details can be found in the League Management section.
Respect Award Certificate received from FA
Above is the Certificate awarded to the League by the Football Association in recognition of the League being named as the runners up in the Adult Grassroots category of the Respect and Fair Play Awards for season 2009/10.
The League's Vision and Mission Statement
The aims of the League shall be to promote and extend the game of football within our area of operation, to support our member clubs in achieving those aims and to promote, guard and further the interests of our member clubs.