Last updated : Wednesday, 29 November 2023


Johnny's League is an amateur football league that was founded in 1960 by John Smith. The league is based in the United States and currently has over 100 teams.

The league is open to all players, regardless of age or experience. The season runs from September to November, and the championship game is held in December.

Johnny's League action

Johnny's League is a non-profit organization and all proceeds go back into the league. The league is committed to providing a safe and fun environment for all players.


John Smith founded Johnny's League in 1960 after he was unable to find a football league that suited his needs. He wanted to create a league that was open to all players, regardless of age or experience.

Johnny's League match

The league quickly grew in popularity and now has over 100 teams. The league is divided into several divisions, based on the skill level of the teams.

Johnny's League has been featured in several publications, including Sports Illustrated and The New York Times. The league has also been praised by former NFL players, such as Joe Namath and Terry Bradshaw.


Johnny's League teams

The rules of Johnny's League are based on the rules of the NFL. However, there are some modifications to the rules to make the game more accessible to amateur players.

For example, the field is smaller than an NFL field and the game is played with fewer players. The game is also played with a running clock, which means that there are no halftime breaks.

Contact Information

For more information about Johnny's League, please visit the website:

You can also contact the league by phone at (123) 456-7890 or by email at

Johnny's League results

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