THE AMMERS

Yorkshire Amateur Association Football Club  is a football club based in the Potternewton area of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. They are currently members of the Northern Counties East League Division One and play at Bracken Edge. One and play at Bracken Edge. club was established by Kolin Robertson in November 1918. They were founder members of the Yorkshire League in 1920, but left after four seasons.The club returned to the league in 1930 and were runners-up in Section B of the Subsidiary Competition in 1930–31, also winning the West Riding Challenge Cup.

The following season saw them reach the first round of the FA Cup for the first time, losing 3–1 at home to Third Division North side Carlisle United. They also reached the semi-finals of the FA Amateur Cup, losing 2–1 to Marine at Filbert Street, and won the league's Second Competition, before losing to First Competition winners Huddersfield Town 'A' in a championship decider. In 1932–33 they won the league's inaugural League Cup, before winning the West Riding Challenge Cup again in 1933–34 and 1944–45...

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