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League looking for nominations this Christmas

The Maidstone & Mid-Kent League Committee are looking for nominations from members for anyone who may have had a difficult 2021 so they can spread some Christmas Joy this festive season. Examples for nominations may be through health, family, or the impact of Covid-19.

The only condition is that the nomination is connected to the league or club, either as an match official, club committee member/staff, player or volunteer. If you think you have a nomination, we'd love to hear from you! Please get in touch with League Secretary Steve Taylor with information regarding the nomination, including your own contact details.

Deadlines for applications are Friday, 10 December 2021.
League Charity Match on Sunday 18 July

League team to play at the Gallagher Stadium in memory of Mick & Ted

The League's representative team will take to the pitch at the Gallagher Stadium on Sunday, 18 July 2021 in memory of the late League Committee members Mick Filmer and Ted Towner who passed away earlier this year. They will face a side made up of the families and friends with the aim of the day to raise money for charities close to their hearts, Kent Air Ambulance and the Heart of Kent Hospice.

Venue: Gallagher Stadium, Whatman Way, Maidstone, ME14 1LQ

Date: Sunday, 18 July 2021

Time: Gates Open 1pm, Kick-Off 2pm

Prices: Adults £5 / U18 Free

There will be an unveiling of two memorial bricks at the stadium as part of the day to pay tribute to the service both gentleman gave to grassroots football and the community. There will be lots of fun and games for spectators throughout the afternoon, as well as food and refreshments. Clubs are encouraged to bring their families along, get involved in the activities and support the players on the day. 

The League's Representative Team is made up by nominations from member clubs, with the aim of recognising individuals who have gone the extra mile for their team

and will be manager by Ian Knight (White Horse). The squad (in full) is shown below. 


Craig Nyberg East Malling 
Jordan HigginsWhite Horse Jaguars
Chris BrownMinter
Brad DebonaWhite Horse Jaguars
Matt BatstoneCoxheath
Tom ShallcrossVinters
Sam TateInvicta Gold Stars
Matt Cloude Invicta Sunday FC
Steve WardPark Royal 
Jack West K Sports Express 
Sean ElkingtonLarkfield & New Hythe
Shane LawrenceWhite Horse
Mehmet Cambulat K Sports Express 
Jordan GlenSands United FC Kent
Ellis CosterBarming Blues 
MMKSFL and Kent Sands receive Kent FA awards

The MMKSFL and Kent Sands Utd pick up League and Club of the Year for 2020

The League were delighted to have been nominated and win the Kent FA League of the Year award for 2020. League Chairman David Boughton and League Secretary Steve Taylor were presented the award in a Covid friendly ceremony at the Kent FA HQ on Thursday 1st April. The league's Charter Standard project and support for clubs was a highlighting factor for the league who have enhanced their offer to adult grassroots clubs over the last two years. The "All Around The Leagues" podcast published by SELK was also highlighted along with funding opportunities and CPD for clubs. David Boughton said he was "Delighted and extremely proud" of the work achieved, and spoke f the team effort from the League Committee all the way down to club officials and players, all of which have embraced and supported the recent positive changes.

It was a double celebration for the League, as one of it's member clubs Kent Sands Utd. were also awarded Club of the Year earlier in the day. The team who have been recognised nationally for their community work and team ethos joined the MMKSFL in 2018. League Secretary Steve Taylor said he was "Honoured that they chose to join us" and spoke about the mental health work the team have undertaken as part of their community offer. 

Podcast Host Ian Knight caught up with League officials David Boughton and Steve Taylor, along with Jordan Glen from Kent Sands in a exclusive Podcast which was released at 4pm that day by the SELK Podcast. Ian talks to the winners to get their thoughts on the awards, the current season and all things football. Visit the SELK Podcast section of the website to listen to this interview. 

MMKSFL season set to restart early April

With grassroots football allowed to return from Monday, 29 March, the league has posted its opening weekend of fixtures of the restart, which feature all teams and will be on Sunday, 11 April 2021.

Kent Sands v Invicta Sunday will be the first game of the re-start, scheduled on Good Friday (the weekend before) due to fixture congestion, with all sides then starting on the following weekend. 

The remaining fixtures for the season will be posted on Monday, 22 March and will run every weekend until the end of June. Teams are reminded that no team football (training or matches) should be played before restrictions are lifted by the Government and Football Association. 

MMKSFL Clubs Vote to Extend Season
The result of the SGM vote to continue the league until the end of June 2021 was a carried by a large majority this week as results were published to clubs on Friday evening.

This means that subject to all restrictions being unlocked by the government in line with the estimated timelines forecast the MMKSFL season will resume on Good Friday with a single fixture, then a full weekend of fixtures on Sunday, 11 April 2021. The season will then continue until the end of June.

Keep an eye on the social media account and website, as the first set of fixtures will be released on Monday, 15 March 2020 and there is some more good news for the league on the horizon.

We ask all teams to remember that you shouldn't be participating in any team football activity until Monday, 29 March at the earliest. We're also expecting updates from the Kent FA and National FA on the current Covid-19 guidelines.. 

Check all the rules and regulations for this season's league and cup competitions held by the MMKSFL


Find out about the FA Charter Standard scheme for clubs, what the benefits are for you and how you can apply 


Found out what we're doing to support the grassroots game and why you should register your interest to join us next season.



Challenge Cup
Presidents A Cup
Presidents B Cup
Consolation Cup
Invitation Cup
Challenge Cup

Consists of all teams from MMKSFL which always provides great cup matches and some upsets throughout the season. This cup returned for the 2021/22 season after the unfortunate cancellation in 2020/21 season due to Covid-19 and was won by Marden Minors.

This year's final will be held at The Gallagher on Friday, 21 April 2023

Presidents A Cup
Teams from the upper divisions of the league are placed in this competition to compete in a top tier cup. This cup returned for the 2021/22 season after the unfortunate cancellation in 2020/21 season due to Covid-19 and was won by Park Royal
This year's final will be held at The Gallagher on Friday, 17 March 2023.
Presidents B Cup
Teams from the lower divisions of the league are pitted against each other to provide a path to finals night
This cup returned for the 2021/22 season after the unfortunate cancellation in 2020/21 season due to Covid-19 and was won by Leybourne. This year's final will be held at The Gallagher on Friday, 14 April 2023.
Consolation Cup
Teams knocked out of the first round of the Challenge Cup continue move into the Consolation Cup. This cup has not taken place since 2014/15 when it was won by Weavering.  
Invitation Cup
Selected teams from the lower division are drawn with teams from the U18 league to support transition to MMKSFL. This cup returned for the 2021/22 season after the unfortunate cancellation in 2020/21 season due to Covid-19 and was won by Maidstone Tempests. This year's final will be held at The Gallagher on Friday, 5 May 2023

About Us

Established in 1962, the Maidstone & Mid Kent Sunday League has been facilitating local football for over 60 years. Affliated with the Kent FA, and now recognised as a Charter Standard League, we strive to offer the best experience for all clubs, players and officials as we look to raise the bar for grassroots football.