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Non-League football describes football leagues played outside the top leagues of a country. Usually it describes leagues which are not fully professional. The term is primarily used for football in England, where it describes football played at a level below that of the Premier League (20 clubs) and the three divisions of the English Football League (EFL; 72 clubs). The term non-League was commonly used well before 1992 when the top football clubs in England all belonged to the EFL; all clubs who were not a part of the EFL were therefore non-League clubs. The term can be confusing as the vast majority of non-league football clubs in England play in a type of league. Currently, a non-league team would be any club playing in the National League and below and therefore would not play in the English League Cup.
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