Etzeland-Steerswick Football League
|First season||1703 AN|
|Number of teams||14|
|Levels on pyramid||1|
|Domestic cup(s)||Mondo Cup|
The Etzeland-Steerswick Football League (Cibolan Saxon: Etzeland-Stierschweig Fussball Liga), or ESFL, is a professional football league, operated jointly by the Etzeland and Steerswick Football Associations. The league originally comprised nine teams, six from Etzeland and three from Steerswick, with each team projected to play sixteen games per season.
In I.1703 AN, the league was expanded to fourteen teams, with the addition of clubs representing the cities of Helderburg, Krählen, Mondostadt, Monduz and Waldenburg. Each team is expected to play twenty-six games in the inaugural season.
In 1717 AN, it was announced that the present season would be the ESFL's last. Both the EFA and SFA subsequently revealed plans for separate national leagues, incorporating new clubs.
|Steerswick City FC||SFA|