Last updated : Friday, 05 April 2024

Introduction

Goals Tuesday is an amateur football league that was founded in 1967. The league is based in London, England, and it is open to players of all ages and abilities. Matches are played on Tuesdays, hence the name.

Rules

The rules of Goals Tuesday are simple. Matches are played 11-a-side, with each team having a maximum of 15 players on the pitch at any one time. There are no substitutions. The game is played to a standard 90-minute format, with two halves of 45 minutes each.

Goals Tuesday action

The league also has a number of other rules, such as no tackling from behind, no handball, and no high kicks. The full set of rules can be found on the league's website.

Teams

There are currently over 100 teams competing in Goals Tuesday. The teams are divided into a number of divisions, based on their ability. The top division is the Premier Division, and the bottom division is the Division 10.

Goals Tuesday match

The teams are all made up of amateur players, and many of the players are former professional footballers. The league is a great way for players of all ages and abilities to enjoy the game of football.

Venues

Matches in Goals Tuesday are played at a variety of venues across London. The most popular venues are the Hackney Marshes, the Battersea Park Goals, and the Finsbury Park Goals.

Season

Goals Tuesday teams

The Goals Tuesday season runs from September to May. The league is divided into two halves, with the top teams from each half qualifying for the play-offs. The winners of the play-offs are crowned champions.

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