Army Football Association

The Army Football Association is the County FA affiliated to The Football Association for the administration of football within the British Army in the United Kingdom, Cyprus and Germany.[1] The AFA is based at Clayton Barracks in Aldershot, As well as organising inter Corps leagues and cups, the AFA also organises representative games against the Royal Navy, Royal Air Force and civilian teams with 'home' games being played at the Aldershot Military Stadium.

Army Football Association
Army FA logo
Formation1888
PurposeFootball association
HeadquartersAldershot Military Stadium
Location
General Sir P A Wall KCB CBE
Websitehttp://www.armyfa.com

Army FA Cup

The Army FA Challenge Cup is the foremost football cup competition for teams affiliated to the Army FA.[2]

The current holders are 1st Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment who beat 30 Signal Regt in the 2017 final.[3]

See also

References

  1. "AFA Formations & Divs". Army Football Association. Archived from the original on 29 January 2010.
  2. "Cups | ArmyFA". armyfa.com. Retrieved 13 March 2016.
  3. Army FA, http://www.armyfa.com/news/2017/apr/yorkshire-soldiers-shoot-their-way-to-success-in-the-army-challenge-cup-final


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