Site Maintained by Laurence Hughes (League Website Secretary) e-mail:  © 2017  Barnet Sunday Football League




To have your Club News and requests for players or Friendlies entered on this page,

e-mail the details to and it will appear here the next time the website is updated.

                                          ST. JOHNS DEAF WITHDRAW FROM THE LEAGUE            NEW !    20.9.17

Having already withdrawn their Saturday afternoon First Team from membership of the Essex Alliance League this season, Division Two side ST. JOHN’S DEAF have now decided to withdraw from the Barnet Sunday Football League this week after five seasons of membership. Their playing record so far this season has therefore been expunged from the Division Two table.

Club Secretary Okan Demirci explained: ‘We had a meeting last week and a long chat about the league and how we can solve the problems we are having. We all came to the agreement that we will find it difficult to carry on with the Sunday league due to the kick-off time and our players living all over London. Sometimes the players can't come because of trains being cancelled or delayed and then it's too late for them to come. We decided in a vote to join a midweek floodlit league instead. So we will sadly withdraw from the Barnet Sunday league. I want to say on behalf of St John DFC, we have enjoyed playing in the Sunday league, we have played against some great teams who have helped us throughout the seasons. It is sad for us to leave but we felt we can't carry on, who knows maybe in a few years' time we will come back if you guys would take us back’.


We have now started up a Facebook page to promote the League this season in addition to our Twitter page that we have been using for the past year. The Facebook page is viewable to the general public and replaces the closed Facebook Group that we attempted last season.
The link to the Facebook page is here:
If you use Facebook, please like/follow the page.


The League are looking for sponsors for the coming 2017-2018 Season, including sponsorship of the Cup competitions. With this website and our Twitter page now giving the League a higher online profile and with other promotional ideas also being considered, we should provide a good opportunity for local companies to publicise themselves.
Please contact League Chairman Trevor Taylor if you know of anybody who is interested.