Last updated : Tuesday, 28 November 2023

What is the Joost League?

The Joost League is an amateur football league in the United States. It was founded in 2016 by Joost van der Made, a Dutch entrepreneur. The league is open to players of all skill levels, and it offers a variety of divisions, including men's, women's, and coed.

The Joost League is known for its relaxed atmosphere and its focus on fun. There are no tryouts, and players are free to join and leave teams as they please. The league also offers a variety of social events, such as potlucks and team outings.

How does the Joost League work?

The Joost League season runs from April to October. Teams play each other once during the regular season, and the top teams in each division advance to the playoffs. The playoffs culminate in a championship game, which is held in the fall.

The Joost League uses a modified version of the FIFA rules of football. The most notable difference is that the game is played with seven players on each team, instead of the traditional 11. This makes the game more fast-paced and exciting, and it also makes it easier for players of all skill levels to participate.

Where can I find more information about the Joost League?

The best place to find more information about the Joost League is on the league's website: The website has a wealth of information about the league, including schedules, standings, and news. You can also find the Joost League on social media: * Facebook: * Twitter: * Instagram:


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