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Northern Football League (Scotland)

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Northern Football League (Scotland)

Northern League
Sport Football
Founded 1891
No. of teams Various
Country Scotland
Ceased 1920
Last champion(s) Montrose
Most titles Dundee 'A' (5)

The Northern League was a regional Scottish football competition held between 1891 and 1920.[1]

In 1908–09, six clubs left to form the Central Football League and the league shut down for the First World War, returning for a final season in 1919–20.

Dundee 'A' won the title five times, also sharing it on a sixth occasion.



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