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Premier and Super Leagues

Last Updated: Saturday, 23 November 2013 15:43 Published: 20 January 2011
The BDSFA has introduced Super League to its adult male competitions.
Premier League is now seen as 1st Division and Super League as 2nd Division with all other divisions of men's senior football commencing at Division 3.

Super League will have the same rules as Premier League and will play at the same times, Sundays 1pm for Reserve Grade and 3pm for First Grade.

Super League is NOT eligible for representation to State Cup and Champion of Champions.

There will be promotion and relegation between Premier and Super League and clubs are allowed to field both divisions. If a club's Super League is due promotion or relegation, they may field both sides in one divisision.

Super League Players may upgrade into Premier League but not to any other adult male team. Premier League players may not upgrade to any other team.

In both divisions, all players play as a "squad" and may play in either, or both teams on the same match day, if eligible.

For full details of the Rules for Premier?super League, please see our Regulations in the Library on this site.

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