The A·F·L Chart Soccer Home Page

Welcome to the A·F·L Chart Soccer web site. The A·F·L (Assocation Football League) is a simulated football league based on the RL English leagues, which were originally played using dice from the vintage LOGacta dice game from the 1970s, but is now more often played using electronic methods such as Excel spreadsheets. The aim of this site is mainly for me to have an electronic archive of as much of the data I have collected over the years as possible, most of which currently exists only in paper format. It may also be of interest to others who like to play these sort of games in their spare time.

The A·F·L has been played since 1979, and thus has a great deal of history. Click here for more about the history of A·F·L Chart Soccer.

The current setup of the league is similar to the real-life English leagues. I play out a 20-team Premier League, i.e. 380 matches a season, and use computed results for the remaining divisions (Championship, League One and League Two), which have 22 teams each with 3-up/3-down promotion relegation. Two teams are relegated from the league each season and replaced with two non-league teams. A small pre-season competition, the Premier Cup, is played at the start of the season amongst the Premier League clubs only, and the A·F·L Cup is a knockout competition played by all 86 league teams.

The most detailed records are from the latest seasons and individual seasons can be accessed from Season 151 using the links below. Some details of earlier seasons are also available, such as cup finals and league honours list, and these are available via the links towards the bottom of the page.

Recent Records

A·F·L Seasons (Champions)

Historic Records

Other Stuff


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