Huddersfield is to lose its only surviving open-age Sunday football league.
The Kirklees Sunday League is set to be dissolved at a special meeting next month.
The development comes five years after the Huddersfield Sunday League folded.
It follows the departure of four Kirklees League teams to the Heavy Woollen Sunday League.
Wellington and Linthwaite will play in the Championship, or second tier.
And FC Nightingale and Linthwaite Reserves will play in Division II, the fourth tier.
It’s believed another Kirklees League side, FC Walkers Hounds, hope to join the Halifax Sunday League.
Three other Huddersfield sides are already competing in the Heavy Woollen League.
Town Rangers, The Yorkshireman and Deighton WMC are all based at Leeds Road Playing Fields.
Wellington play at the same venue, Linthwaite at Paddock Cricket Club and Nightingale at Reinwood Rec.
The Kirklees Sunday League was formed in 1984, and at its height in the nineties, had more than 30 teams across two divisions.
Seven sides completed the 2015/16 campaign, with Linthwaite the champions and Wellington the cup winners.
The special meeting will take place on Monday, July 4.
The Huddersfield Sunday League existed for 43 years until 2011.