We turn our attentions to Liverpool, one of the hotbeds of English entertainment. From Cilla Black to the Beatles to the fierce rivalry between Liverpool FC and Everton, Merseyside has never been short of talent.
So much so, we look towards the next generation of up and comers within Sunday League to see who's next to carry on the tradition within the North West region.
Formed in 2009 by manager by Robbie Moorcroft, Naylorsfield hit the success train from the get go as an U13 team in the Belle Vale Junior Football League years before forming an open age team in the LBHL.
After starting their first season in open age football with promotion and narrowly missing out on the league title in their second they turned their attention to the LSDL.
Goals has never appeared to be their problem (scoring or conceding) and after starting the 2019/20 season in the LDSL Premier Division...they only went and bloody won the thing didn't they?
CHAMPIONES....CHAMPIONES...OLE OLE OLE! 🏆
Before lockdown Quarry Green were a team in form, winning five out of their last seven games as they were competing with Naylorsfield for the top spot in the Premier Division.
The club was formed in 1976 by passionate Evertonians judging by their social media output. 😜
Over the years, it's safe to say Quarry Green have had their fair share of success noting back to 2012/13 when they were crowned league champions. 🏆
Founded in August 2019, Rafa Kirby were in fine form before lockdown scoring 15 goals in the last three games they played.
Named after the Royal Airforce Association Club in Kirby (and not the former Liverpool Manager Rafa Benitez!), RAFA Kirby were crowned champions of the LDSL Championship 2019/20. 🏆
Off to Sefton FC who were sitting in third place (before lockdown) in the LSDL Championship.
They've also dipped their toe in the world of YouTube, filming previous games against The Canon and The Village.
Unfortunately the lockdown couldn't have come at a worse time for Sefton as form wise they were on a roll winning 6 out of their last 7 including a 6-0 cup victory against Red Dragons.
The Village FC
The Village finished mid-table of the LSDL Premier Division last year after a pic 'n' mix of results including a high-scoring 6-5 win against league-rivals Western Approaches.
Last year they held a charity match in aid of their dear friend Dylan Cooper who passed away.
They've also had their day in the sun after winning the Ernie Hird Cup after a 3-1 win against Fulwood Arms in 2018.