Last updated : Monday, 01 April 2024

GGLFA: An Overview

The GGLFA, or Greater Golden Gate Football League, is an amateur football league based in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was founded in 1976 and currently has over 100 teams competing in a variety of divisions.

The GGLFA is open to all players, regardless of age, experience, or skill level. The league offers a variety of divisions to accommodate players of all abilities, from beginner to competitive.

GGLFA action

The GGLFA season runs from the spring to the fall. Games are played on weekends, typically on Saturdays and Sundays. The playoffs are held in the fall, culminating in a championship game.

The GGLFA is a great way to get involved in the community and meet new people. It is also a great way to stay active and have fun playing football.

How to Join the GGLFA

GGLFA match

To join the GGLFA, you can visit the league's website at The website has a registration form that you can fill out to join the league.

The registration fee for the GGLFA is \$100 per player. The fee covers the cost of league dues, insurance, and referee fees.

GGLFA teams

Once you have registered for the league, you will be assigned to a team. Your team will have a coach who will help you learn the game and develop your skills.

What to Expect in the GGLFA

The GGLFA is a competitive league, but it is also a fun and social league. Players of all abilities are welcome, and the focus is on having fun and playing the game.

GGLFA coaches

The GGLFA season is long, but it is also very rewarding. Players will have the opportunity to improve their skills, meet new people, and make lifelong memories.


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