Secretary's correspondence and papers for the Cambridge University Association Football League, 1977 - 1985
Scope and Contents
This file includes tables of results, copies of league rules, lists of college captains, programmes for the Cuppers finals, and correspondence re disputed results and forfeitures.
- Creation: 1977 - 1985
- From the Management Group: University of Cambridge (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
This organisation is essentially the governing body of intercollegiate men's football. It arranges and regulates the league as well as six-a-side, "Cuppers", shield and plate knock out competitions. It probably came into existence in the 1870/80s as a competition hosted by the Cambridge University Association Football Club. The number of college teams in the league grew over time, and the competition came to include teams from outside the university. Further information about the league's activities is on its website at http://mens.cuafc.org/.
1 file(s) (1 file) : paper
Language of Materials
Former / Other Reference
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This item was transferred to the University Archives from the Manuscripts Department on 9 October 2007. It had been presented by Cambridge University Association Football League to the Manuscripts Department on 16 September 1987and had been given the classmark Ms.Add.8687
The online catalogue entry was completed in October 2007 and emended in November 2007.
Cambridge University Association Football League
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