Last updated : Saturday, 25 November 2023
The Fosters amateur football league is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1980. It is based in the United States and offers a variety of football leagues for adults of all ages and skill levels.
The league is named after H.J. Foster, a former English football player who was a pioneer in the development of amateur football in the United States.
The Fosters amateur football league is governed by a board of directors. The board is responsible for setting the policies and procedures of the league, as well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of the league.
The Fosters amateur football league is divided into several divisions, based on the age and skill level of the players. The divisions are as follows:
- Senior Division (ages 18 and over)
- Masters Division (ages 35 and over)
- Veterans Division (ages 50 and over)
- Women's Division
- Recreational Division
Each division has its own set of rules and regulations. The Senior Division is the most competitive division, while the Recreational Division is designed for players who are just starting out or who want to play for fun.
The Fosters amateur football league plays its games during the spring and fall. The season typically begins in April and ends in November.
The teams play a regular season of 8-10 games. The top teams in each division qualify for the playoffs, which are held in the fall.
The Fosters amateur football league culminates with the championship game, which is held in November. The championship game is the culmination of the season and is the most anticipated event of the year.
The championship game is usually played at a neutral site. The winner of the championship game is crowned the champion of the Fosters amateur football league.