Kingdom Caledonian Amateur Football Association

The Kingdom Caledonian Amateur Football Association (KCAFA) was a football (soccer) league competition for amateur clubs in the Fife area of Scotland. It was formed in 1984 when the top sides from the East Fife A.F.A. and the Kirkcaldy & District A. F. L. broke away and amalgamated with the aim of creating a highly competitive league with fewer games in an effort to raise the quality and the profile of amateur football in Fife. The association was affiliated to the Scottish Amateur Football Association.

Kingdom Caledonian Amateur Football Association
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Founded1984
Folded2017
CountryScotland
ConfederationUEFA
Divisions1
Number of teams12
Level on pyramidN/A
Promotion toNone
Relegation toNone
Domestic cup(s)Scottish Amateur Cup
Fife Cup
Last championsBowhill Rovers
WebsiteOfficial website

The association was composed of one single division, the Kingdom Caledonian Football League. The league folded in 2017 and merged with the Fife Amateur Football Association to create the Kingdom of Fife AFA.

League MembershipEdit

In order to join the association, clubs need to apply and are then voted in by current member clubs.

Last MembersEdit

(as of 2016–17 season)

  • Aberdour Sporting Development Club AFC (previously Rosyth Civil Service AFC)
  • Balgonie Scotia 1896 AFC
  • Bowhill Rovers AFC
  • Cupar Hearts AFC
  • Eastvale AFC
  • Falkland AFC
  • Glenrothes AFC
  • Greig Park Rangers AFC
  • Kettle United AFC
  • Kinross AFC
  • Leven United AFC
  • Lumphinnans United AFC
  • Strathmiglo United AFC

Previous MembersEdit

Past WinnersEdit

External linksEdit