This could be a trick question. The most northerly football club in England would be Berwick Rangers, but they play in the Scottish leagues - that's how far north they are.
North Leicestershire Football League was created in 1931.
North Devon Football League was created in 1904.
North Berks Football League was created in 1908.
English League North was created in 1978.
English League North ended in 1982.
North Eastern Football League - Scotland - was created in 1941.
North West Counties Football League was created in 1982.
North Eastern Football League Cup was created in 1941.
North East Australian Football League was created in 2010-11.
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Scottish Junior Football North Premier League was created in 2001.
The Scottish Highland Football League (commonly known as the Highland League) is a football league, operating in the North of Scotland. It was founded in 1893.
Arhtur Wharton who played for Preston North End from 1886....yes that's right, 1886!
There are no National Football League teams in North Dakota.
Northumbria Cumbria to the North-West of England and Northumberland to the North-East of England.
the furthest river north is kawarau
There was no such thing as the Premier League back in 1943, the top-level competition running in the 1942-43 season was the Football League North and South, created to ensure continuation of football through the Second World War.
The National Football League's Pittsburgh Steelers play in the American Football Conference's North Division.
January 19, 1958 is the date that the Canadian Football League was founded. It is the second oldest North American gridiron football league in operation.
Some non-league football competitions will depend on which league and form of football one is referring to. In European football (soccer in North America) there are tournaments such as the FIFA World Cup.
The furthest north city is Inverness. The furthest north town is Thurso but if you include the Shetland Islands, it would be Lerwick.
Aberdeen is furthest north.