About FWFL / FWFA
The Fermanagh & Western Football Association is one of four regional FAs within Northern Ireland and affiliated to the Irish FA, the others being the County Antrim FA (also known as the North-East Ulster FA), the Mid-Ulster FA and the North West FA.
The Fermanagh & Western FA was founded in 1907 following the expansion of the Fermanagh & South Tyrone FA (itself founded in 1904). Although its responsibilities are now bound by the borders of Northern Ireland, initially the F&W FA ran football as far south as Sligo, Clones and Cavan. Currently clubs within the association are based in Co Fermanagh and the western part of Co Tyrone.
Currently the association/league has 32 clubs competing in 3 Divisions, with a further 33 teams competing in 3 Reserve Divisions. Youth Football in the regions is organising by the Brendan Keogh Youth League which has close ties with the Fermanagh and Western Football League.