Last updated : Friday, 23 February 2024

5 Aside Football League

5 Aside football is a version of minifootball, in which each team fields five players (four outfield players and a goalkeeper). It is a popular form of football for adults, and is often played in indoor facilities.

There are many different 5 Aside football leagues around the world, including the following:

5 Aside action

The rules of 5 Aside football are similar to those of 11-a-side football, but there are some key differences. For example, the pitch is smaller, the goals are smaller, and there are no throw-ins.

5 Aside football is a great way to get fit and have fun. It is also a good way to meet new people and make friends. If you are interested in playing 5 Aside football, there are many leagues and tournaments available.

How to Join a 5 Aside Football League

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To join a 5 Aside football league, you will need to find a league in your area. You can do this by searching online or by asking around at your local sports complex.

Once you have found a league, you will need to create a team. You can do this by recruiting friends or by joining an existing team.

5 Aside teams

Once you have a team, you will need to register for the league. This usually involves filling out a form and paying a registration fee.

The registration process will vary depending on the league, so be sure to check with the league for specific details.

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