London, a new rise!
Let's not debate if it was fair or nice the historic revolution that made London become a new independent nation!
Our focus is on football and despite the losses of Barclays Premier League, the new exciting times inside Londoners fan communities is rising!
The Coca-Cola Summer Shield is about to start in August and the twelve teams that will challenge the new formed competition are promising exciting moments.
Later in November the London Adidas Super 8 league will then bring madness to the crowds as every club will want the rich prizes of the championship.
CCS is formed by the twelve teams that formed London Football Association: Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, Queens Park Rangers, Fulham, West Ham, Millwall, Crystal Palace, Charlton, Leyton Orient, Kensington* and Brentford.
The rules are simple, each team will face each other once, the two best teams make a final at Wembley to become the new Summer Shield Champion.
Adidas Super 8 is of similar format, but as the main league of the new country the twelve teams face each other twice and the top four have a play-off to determine the country champion.
But!!! The first one on the league phase earns amazing £50 millions, the winner of the pay-off earns another £25 millions.
You may have noticed that there is a new club, unknown to the majority of the public.
Kensington Football Club, also known as Kensington Storm is sponsored by LG, the Korean electronic giants, they will host their matches at the newest Olympic Stadium and are yet to build a squad for competition, more news to follow...
The English registered players that used to play in England have all maintained their English nationality, but many Londoners are opting for their new nationality and soon rather than later London will be proud of the influx of new local players.
The national team is to be formed and will apply to UEFA and FIFA to take part of the official competitions.
Long life to the Londoners and their new brand Football League!!!