The West Jersey Football League has announced its revised 2020 schedules based on the NJSIAA start date of Oct. 2.

Each school has been scheduled to play six games and can qualify for the NJSIAA playoffs during the second and third weekend in November. There will be no divisions and no WJFL championships this year.

Cape-Atlantic League schools are pretty much playing other CAL schools in this schedule – with a few exceptions. Middle Township and Lower Cape May are playing Clayton, Schalick and Pennsville. Buena will play Woodstown and Schalick. St. Joseph is playing Timber Creek. Bridgeton is playing Cumberland. And both St. Augustine and Millville are playing Williamstown.

Of course, all of these schedules are still tentative and the final decisions about playing football at all will be determined by how the school year starts and by the individual school systems and the parents of the athletes.

Here are the 2020 schedule summaries: