Saturday saw a full schedule of fixtures played as all six divisions were in action for the first time this season.
Wednesday night saw the remaining four teams complete the midweek schedule with bragging rights up for grabs in both games.
Tuesday evening saw 12 Premier Division teams in action in the part one of the second instalment of midweek fixtures.
It’s been a long time coming for their league campaign to commence but the teams in Division Three, Four and Five finally get their season underway this weekend.
The 2017/18 Manchester Football League saw its second weekend of games on Saturday as the teams in Premier Division, Division One and Two were in action.
There were two matches played in the Premier Division tonight in the last of the first set of midweek fixtures.
Tuesday evening saw 12 teams in action in the first of three Premier Division midweek fixture schedules.
The brand-new season got underway on Saturday with plenty of goals going in across the top three divisions.
The overall winners of the Respect awards were announced on Monday night.
The Manchester Football League can now unveil the fixtures for Divisions Three, Four and Five.
League President John Hyde has his say before the new campaign kicks off.
The Manchester Football League can proudly announce the launch of their brand new app.
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