Last updated : Monday, 27 November 2023

Crossroad Cup

The Crossroad Cup is an amateur football league that was founded in 2005. The league is open to teams of all skill levels, and it is played on a round-robin basis. The top two teams at the end of the season compete in a championship match.

The Crossroad Cup is played in the San Francisco Bay Area, and it is one of the most popular amateur football leagues in the region. The league has over 50 teams, and it attracts players from all over the Bay Area.


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The Crossroad Cup was founded in 2005 by a group of friends who wanted to create a competitive football league for amateur players. The league was originally called the "Crosstown Cup," but it was renamed the "Crossroad Cup" in 2010.

The Crossroad Cup has grown significantly since its inception. In the first year, there were only 10 teams in the league. Today, there are over 50 teams, and the league is one of the most popular amateur football leagues in the Bay Area.


Crossroad Cup match

The Crossroad Cup is played under American football rules. The games are 60 minutes long, and they are played on a 100-yard field. The league uses a modified version of the NFL rulebook, and there are a few differences in the rules. For example, the league uses a two-point conversion system, and there is no overtime in the regular season. The championship match is played in overtime if the game is tied after regulation.


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