Quiz! Can you name every club in the top seven tiers of English football?

Dulwich Hamlet look on during the penalty shoot out during the FA Cup Third Qualifying Round match between Christchurch and Dulwich Hamlet on October 13, 2020 in Christchurch, Dorset.
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25 minutes on the clock, 252 clubs to guess – yep, that's a lot of clubs.

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Football is as intrinsic a part of British culture as tea, the monarchy, Eastenders or tutting in when there are five people ahead of you in the queue at Argos.

On our small little island, we have thousands of football teams dotted about on fields, astroturfs and barely grass-covered slabs of mud. The top 10 tiers are eligible for the FA Cup. We have a culture of hope that wherever you are, whoever you are, glory isn't too far away. We define ourselves by our clubs.

In such challenging times, it's important to remember how character-forming and community-forming it has been, to stand on a slab of concrete, just as our fathers, grandfathers and their fathers did before them, for over a century. From the top of the perch to the bottom of the pile, every damn club matters.

But how many of them can you name? Let's look over the top seven tiers. Beyond the billion-pound stadia, how far does your recollection reach for each of these sides?


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Mark White
Staff Writer

Mark White has been a staff writer on FourFourTwo since joining in January 2020, writing pieces for both online and the magazine. An encyclopedia of football shirts and boots knowledge – both past and present – Mark has also been to the FA Cup and League Cup finals for FFT and has written pieces for the mag ranging on subjects from Bobby Robson's season at Barcelona to Robinho's career. He once saw Tyrone Mings at a petrol station in Bournemouth but felt far too short to ask for a photo.