Worlds Smallest Football League Comes To An End... For Another Year

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The football season came to and end for another year on Scilly as the Woolpack Wanderers beat the Garrison Gunners in the final cup match of the season on Sunday 6-3.

The Kit's have been put away for another year.

The Kit's have been put away for another year.

A competitive first half ended 2-2 and the Gunners took the lead early on the second half after wonderful solo run and good finish from Rob Greenlaw. The Wanderers equalised and then put three past the Gunners in quick succession to clinch the final bit of silverware for the season.

The Gunners dominated the league and won the two legged cup affair in dramatic fashion on penalties while the Wanderers picked up the other cup and charity shield at the beginning of the season.  

It's been another incredible year for the World's Smallest Football League which is comprised of just 2 teams - the Woolpack Wanderers and Garrison Gunners.

The Six-a-Side tournament will take place again in August on the Garrison.  

The Six-a-Side tournament will take place again in August on the Garrison.  

Media interest from all over the world has continued to grow with the likes of the New York Times, BEIN Sports and Italian Football Show Quelli Che Il Calcio covering the league among others. 

Will was joined in the studio this week by Anthony Gibbons the Chairman of the World's Smallest Football League for a full season review.

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