The Amateur Football Alliance is the SAL's parent 'county' and its cups are the equivalent of county cups. The flagship competition is the AFA Senior Cup - won more times by SAL clubs than by any others. Indeed, the very first competition way back in 1907-08 was won by the Casuals, an SAL side.
Old Boys Cups
The Old Boys Cup was formed in 1913 as an off-shoot to the Arthur Dunn Cup. It is contested, as the name suggests, by clubs based on former pupils' associations or Old Boys clubs as they are commonly known.
London Old Boys Cups
Not to be confused with the Old Boys Cup, the LOB competitions are open to all teams playing in the Amateur Football Combination plus any other 'old boys' clubs in the home counties area. NUFC Oilers, Old Wilsonians, Alleyn Old Boys and Crouch End Vampires enter sides.
London Financial Football Cups
A number of SAL clubs with links to the finance sector (and some others, whose involvement no-one has ever been able to explain) enter the London Financial F.A. competitions. In years gone by a number of SAL clubs also entered teams into the London Financial F.A. league competition and, before that, the London Banks F.A. and London Insurance F.A. league competitions.
Kent FA Cups
West Wickham and AFC Oldsmiths compete in Kent FA County Cups.
Surrey FA Cups
Merton, Nottsborough and Old Wilsonians compete in Surrey FA County Cups.