The new-look Jersey FA Combination League launched at the start of the 2019-20 season, following the merger between the Jersey FA and the Jersey Football Combination, which had been the governing body for local club league and cup competitions since 1975.
The League runs fixtures for clubs at all levels and age groups, from under 11s right through to veterans teams.
The Jacksons Premiership, Jacksons Championship and Jacksons Division One leagues provide men's teams with regular competitive action though the course of the season, while the Condor Ferries Channel Islands Women's League sees four Jersey-based sides compete with two from Guernsey. Clubs can also enter teams in the U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U18 and O35 divisions.
The Jersey FA Combination also runs local on-island cup competitions and enters a representative side in the FA Inter-League Cup, selecting the best amateur players from the leagues. In 2012, the Jersey team won the title and went on to represent England in the Uefa Regions' Cup in San Marino.