London International Amateur 11 a-side League

London International Amateur 11 a-side League

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Premier Division - London International Amateur 11 a-side League

London International Amateur League

The London International Amateur League was set up by Alan Lau as a place for teams from different ethnic backgrounds to play football. The idea was not to segregate or to set up a 'non-white' league or fraction, but to just have a place where people can play more football! There are leagues out there which have barriers to how many players from a specific background can play in a team and we think this is wrong! What we aim to do is provide a place where people can play football that might be put off from the usual 'Sunday pub leagues'.

Having lived abroad in the Far East, Alan has played in many amateur leagues which were set up for expats and loved the idea of playing against teams from different Countries which not surprisingly adopted some of the stereotyped styles of play for their country. Italian teams played like Italian teams, Spanish teams played like Spanish teams, British teams played like British teams etc. It was very exciting to see this in action!

Currently the League is centred mainly on East Asian/ Oriental based teams, but that is only because of the connections Alan has in this demographic; being of Chinese decent himself. If you play in a team or a group of friends who might be interested in joining this project, please contact us at lia.football@gmail.com.

We don't think teams have to be all of one ethnicity and we are certainly not against teams made up of 'non-ethnic' players; if you are open minded to play in a more Internationally oriented league, you are definitely welcome! We also do not think that forming teams from ethnic backgrounds counts towards non-integration. It is natural for people of a common background (ethnically or nationally) to socialise together and we mean to provide a platform for them to play football - that is what this project is about. 

Premier Division

Standings

POS P W D L F A +- PTS
1 JL Rovers 4 4 0 0 23 10 13 12
2 Brixton FC 4 3 0 1 17 12 5 9
3 Chinese Association Tower Hamlets 4 2 0 2 15 9 6 6
4 Winner Foods FC 4 1 0 3 11 15 -4 3
5 Chinese Community Centre FC 4 0 0 4 6 26 -20 0
Detail

Results

Date Time Home Team Score Away Team
20/08/17
12:00 PM
Brixton FC 4 - 2
(HT 2-0)
Winner Foods FC
20/08/17
12:00 PM
Chinese Association Tower Hamlets 2 - 5
(HT 1-2)
JL Rovers
13/08/17
12:00 PM
JL Rovers 8 - 3
Brixton FC
13/08/17
12:00 PM
Winner Foods FC 7 - 2
(HT 6-0)
Chinese Community Centre FC
06/08/17
12:00 PM
Chinese Community Centre FC 0 - 7
Chinese Association Tower Hamlets
06/08/17
12:00 PM
Winner Foods FC 1 - 5
(HT 0-3)
JL Rovers
30/07/17
12:00 PM
Brixton FC 3 - 2
Chinese Association Tower Hamlets
30/07/17
12:00 PM
JL Rovers 5 - 4
(HT 1-2)
Chinese Community Centre FC
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