Last updated : Monday, 27 November 2023
Hermes Amateur Football League
The Hermes Amateur Football League is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1972. It is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and is dedicated to providing a fun and competitive environment for amateur football players of all ages and skill levels.
The league currently has over 1,000 players and 50 teams. It offers a variety of divisions for men, women, and youth players. The season runs from April to November.
The Hermes Amateur Football League was founded in 1972 by a group of friends who wanted to create a more affordable and accessible alternative to the more established amateur football leagues in the Bay Area.
The league started with just a few teams, but it quickly grew in popularity. Today, it is one of the largest amateur football leagues in the Bay Area.
The Hermes Amateur Football League offers a variety of divisions for men, women, and youth players. The divisions are divided by skill level, so that players can compete against others of their own ability.
- Men's Division 1: This is the highest level of competition in the league. It is for experienced players who are looking for a challenging and competitive experience.
- Men's Division 2: This division is for players who are looking for a more competitive experience than the recreational divisions, but who are not quite ready for Division 1.
- Men's Recreational Division: This division is for players who are looking for a fun and relaxed experience. There is no experience required to play in this division.
- Women's Division: This division is for women who are looking for a competitive experience. There is no experience required to play in this division.
- Youth Division: This division is for youth players ages 12-18. There are three levels of competition: Junior Varsity, Varsity, and All-Star.
The Hermes Amateur Football League follows the rules of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA). The rules are designed to create a safe and fair playing environment for all players.
The league also has a few unique rules that are designed to promote sportsmanship and fair play. For example, the league has a "no taunting" rule that prohibits players from taunting or disrespecting other players.
For more information about the Hermes Amateur Football League, please visit the league's website at www.hermesfootball.org.
You can also contact the league by email at email@example.com.