Last updated : Sunday, 03 December 2023
The Dongmeiwangyeyuzuqiuliansai (DMYZL) is an amateur football league in China. It is the top tier of amateur football in China, and is commonly referred to as the "Dongmei League".
The DMYZL was founded in 2005 by a group of amateur football enthusiasts. The league has grown rapidly in recent years, and now consists of over 100 teams from all over China.
The DMYZL season runs from March to October. The teams are divided into two divisions, the North Division and the South Division. The top two teams from each division qualify for the playoffs, which are held in November.
The DMYZL is a great opportunity for amateur footballers to compete at a high level. The league also provides a platform for players to develop their skills and improve their chances of playing professional football.
The Dongmeiwangyeyuzuqiuliansai was founded in 2005 by a group of amateur football enthusiasts. The league was originally called the "Dongmei Cup", but was renamed the DMYZL in 2010.
The DMYZL has grown rapidly in recent years. In the inaugural season, there were only 10 teams in the league. By 2015, the league had grown to over 50 teams. Today, the DMYZL consists of over 100 teams from all over China.
The DMYZL has been a major success. The league has helped to promote amateur football in China and has provided a platform for players to develop their skills and improve their chances of playing professional football.
Rules and regulations
The DMYZL is governed by a set of rules and regulations. These rules are designed to ensure that the league is fair and competitive.
Some of the key rules of the DMYZL include:
- Each team must have a minimum of 11 players and a maximum of 18 players.
- The game is played over two halves of 45 minutes each.
- Substitutions are allowed at any time during the game.
- The use of professional footballers is prohibited.
The DMYZL also has a disciplinary code that outlines the penalties for breaking the rules.