Last updated : Friday, 01 December 2023


The Crotot is an amateur football league based in France. It was founded in 1972 and currently has over 100 teams competing in a variety of divisions. The league is open to all players, regardless of age or skill level.

The Crotot is known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere. The league encourages players to develop their skills and have fun. There is no promotion or relegation system, so teams can compete at their own level.


Crotot action

The Crotot was founded in 1972 by a group of friends who wanted to create a football league that was open to all players. The league was originally called the "Crotot Foot" and was played on a field in the town of Crotot.

The league quickly grew in popularity and by the early 1980s, it had over 50 teams competing. In 1990, the league moved to a new field in the town of Saint-Cyr-en-Val.

Crotot match

The Crotot has continued to grow in popularity and currently has over 100 teams competing. The league is divided into a variety of divisions, so teams can compete at their own level.


The Crotot follows the standard rules of football. However, there are a few modifications to the rules to make the game more accessible to players of all skill levels.

Crotot teams

For example, the size of the field is smaller than a traditional football field. The goal posts are also smaller. This makes it easier for players to score goals.

The Crotot also has a rule that allows players to take a "free kick" from anywhere on the field if they are fouled. This rule helps to prevent players from being injured.


Crotot coaches

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