The line-ups for the 2013/14 season were confirmed at the league’s Annual General Meeting on Thursday (27th June). Students from the the ASPIRE Football Academy representing Dulwich Hamlet will take part in the competition, which starts in September.
The Football Conference Youth Alliance was formed in 2005 as the official U19s Youth League for non-league semi-professional and in some cases, professional teams who compete in the Football Conference league and respective non-league competitions in England. Teams who compete in the Football Conference Youth Alliance combine football training with education, offering 16-18 year olds the chance to play elite youth football at U19s level and gain academic qualifications at BTEC National or Diploma level, operating on a similar model to that of the Football League Youth Alliance and FA Premier Academy League.
Dulwich’s opposition in their division is as follows:
- Cambridge United
- Charlton Athletic Trust
- Crystal Palace FTA
- Maidstone United
- Thamesmead Town
- Welling United
Home matches are scheduled to be played on Wednesday afternoons. At the end of the season, the winners of the nine Youth Alliance leagues will play in a knockout competition to crown the overall champion.