Last updated : Tuesday, 13 February 2024

What is the Friendslies amateur football league?

The Friendslies is an amateur football league based in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 2005 and currently has over 100 teams playing in various divisions. The league is open to all players, regardless of experience or ability.

The Friendslies is committed to providing a fun and enjoyable environment for players of all levels. The league runs a regular programme of matches, as well as social events and tournaments.

Friendlies action

If you are interested in playing in the Friendslies, you can find more information on the official website.

How to join the Friendslies amateur football league?

To join the Friendslies, you can simply contact the league via the website or email. The league will then be able to match you with a team in your area.

Friendlies match

There is no cost to join the Friendslies. However, players are required to pay a small fee for each match they play. This fee helps to cover the costs of running the league.

If you are interested in joining the Friendslies, you can find more information on the join us page of the official website.

What are the benefits of playing in the Friendslies amateur football league?

  • Have fun and make new friends
  • Get fit and stay active
  • Learn new skills
  • Compete against other players of a similar level
  • Enjoy the social aspect of football

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Friendlies teams

Featured Divisions

Featured Teams

Friendlies teams come from

  • Chartham,
  • Nairobi,
  • Newport (Casnewydd),
  • Schweizer-Reneke,
  • South Ockendon,

and other areas within , Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality, Essex, Kent, Newport.

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