Last updated : Sunday, 26 November 2023


Chesthunt is an amateur football league based in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 2009 and currently has over 100 teams competing in a variety of divisions. The league is known for its relaxed atmosphere and its emphasis on fun.


Chesthunt was founded in 2009 by a group of friends who wanted to create a more relaxed and fun alternative to the traditional football league. The league started with just a few teams, but it quickly grew in popularity. Today, Chesthunt has over 100 teams competing in a variety of divisions.


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The rules of Chesthunt are relatively simple. The game is played on a full-sized pitch, but there are no referees. Instead, the players are responsible for calling their own fouls. This creates a more relaxed and informal atmosphere, and it also encourages players to be more responsible for their own actions.

Another unique rule of Chesthunt is that there is no offside rule. This means that players are free to run into the opponents' half of the pitch at any time. This rule adds an element of chaos and excitement to the game, and it also makes it more difficult for teams to defend.


Chesthunt match

Chesthunt has a variety of divisions, ranging from beginner to experienced. This allows players of all skill levels to find a league that is right for them. The league also has a number of cup competitions, which gives players the chance to win silverware.


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