East of scotland amateur football
Scottish Amateur Football Association
The East of Scotland Football League (EoSFL) is a league of football teams from south-east In , Peebles Rovers merged with several local amateur sides to become Peebles, who took Rovers' place in the league.
At the AGM.
East of Scotland Amateur Cup. Previous Winners. Presented by Lothian & Edinburgh AFA. Competition not completed. Edinburgh University.
Description:Gretna entered the league in , formed in the wake of the financial disaster that befell Gretna's former club, Gretna F. Four members play in the Scottish Professional Football League: The admission of Duns prior to the —12 season, and then Burntisland Shipyard in —13 brought the number of sides in the EoSFL to 26, the highest it had ever been. They also entered the League Cup, but no other cups during the —08 season.