North West England Federation
|North West England Federation (5053)|
|Members||198 (on 28-01-07)|
England's largest regional federation! A friendly alliance of those living in, or with a connection to, England's finest region.
As well as the banter, discussions and debates on our lively conference, we run:
- Competitive Fed Cup - eagerly contested and enjoyed by teams of all levels.
- Inter-fed comps - fight them on the Pennines!
- Predication leagues, for F1 and other member's matches.
- Youth Pull Cup, with prize for winner and honour of competing in inter-fed comp for best 4.
Hattrick European Youthpull Cup
Eight international Federations took part in this Cup. Each Federation entered the four most successful Managers from their local Youthpull Cups into this Cup. The Youthpull Cup began on 9th December 2006 with a Group stage, which included 8 Groups of 4 Managers. After 3 weeks the best two Managers of each Group were entered into the first Knockout Round.
Four of four NWEF teams reached the knockout stages
Two were beaten in the first knockout round and then a further fell in the quater final
Founder - Reserved for Latics alone --- The daft bloke who started this fed!
Gold Member - Elected post, awarded to one Silver Member each season, starting season 28
Silver Member - Pending Description
Bronze Member - Must be member for 1 year, been in 1 fed cup and 1 inter-fed cup.
Fed Cup Winner - Awarded only to members who win the seasonal NWEF Cup.
Founder Member - Exclusively for those who helped get the Fed going (joining in the first week, before 3/10/03)
Exile - For people from the North West, who now live outside the region
Import - For members from outside the region, but now based in the North West
The famous well known cup that no club has ever won twice
- Season 21 Burnley UNITED
- Season 22 Tanmere Rovers
- Season 23 Greater Bolton Lads Club
- Season 24 Total Football
- Season 25 Pendle Rangers
- Season 26 westhams
- Season 27 BryFC
- Season 28 yansterville
- Season 29 Withington Wanderers
- Season 30 Antartic Thistle