5 TEAMS TO FOLLOW FROM ESSEX SUNDAY FOOTBALL COMBINATION




1) Walthamstow Redstar


Starting off with current table-toppers Walthamstow Redstar. Established since 1991, Redstar have got off to a flyer this season chalking up 17 points on the board already.



Socials

Twitter: @w_redstar

Instagram: @walthamstow_redstar

2) JK Silvertown FC


Formed in 2014 in the memory of their friend James Kiely who tragically lost his life in 2011 after being knocked over on his way home after a night out.


The team was established in 2015 in his honour and has been flying with back-to-back promotion, winning two cup in two years. over on his way home from a night out


Socials

Twitter: @JKSILVERTOWNFC

Instagram: @jksilvertownfc

3) Global FC


We're going GLOBAL...via East London of course. Global's recent success has seen them win the Essex Sunday Combination Senior League in the 2018-19 season and win the Premier cup two season on the bounce between 2017-19.



Currently they're second in the Senior Division with three games in hand over Walthamstow Redstar who are nine points clear.


Socials

Twitter: @Globalfc30

Instagram: @global_fc9

4) FC Leytonstone


Next up is mid-table FC Leytonstone. This year has been a successful one for them seeing them claim silverware, winning the Bellamy Cup against Newbury Forest reserves.



Their efforts on the pitch are not just limited to league and cup competitions. Earlier this year they created their own tournament to raise money for Lebanon's Emergency Appeal.


Their initial target of £3,000 was met and some after 137 donations saw them reach £5,883.


Socials:

Twitter: @FCLeytonstone

Instagram: @fcleytonstone


5) Weare United


Lastly, Weare United managed by Ross Weare. Although they were only established in 2019, gaffer Weare isn't new to life in football having played professionally for QPR and Bristol Rovers between 1998 and 2002. Despite their current league position, they narrowly missed out on silverware this year in the Premier Cup final against Barkingside Bulls.


They're also closely affiliated with the anti-discrimination body Kick It Out who fight to eradicate racism in football.



Socials

Twitter: @weare_utd

Instagram: @weare_utd