Last updated : Sunday, 19 November 2023

Cup Of Life

The Cup Of Life is an amateur football league that was founded in 1998. It is open to all players, regardless of age, ability, or nationality. The league is played in a knockout format, with each round consisting of a single match. The final is played at a neutral venue.


The Cup Of Life was founded by a group of friends who wanted to create a football league that was accessible to everyone. The league was initially played in the UK, but it has since expanded to include teams from all over the world.

Cup Of Life action

The Cup Of Life has grown in popularity over the years, and it is now one of the largest amateur football leagues in the world. The 2022 tournament had over 10,000 teams participating.


The Cup Of Life is played under the rules of the Football Association. The maximum age for players is 40. There are no restrictions on the number of players on a team.


Cup Of Life match

The Cup Of Life is played in a knockout format. Each round consists of a single match. The final is played at a neutral venue.


There are teams from all over the world participating in the Cup Of Life. The following are some of the teams that have won the tournament in recent years:

  • 2022: The Dream Team (UK)
  • 2021: The A-Team (Germany)
  • 2020: The Legends (France)
  • 2019: The Originals (Spain)
  • 2018: The Champions (Italy)


Cup Of Life teams

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