Last updated : Tuesday, 28 November 2023


Kully Vs Sunny is an amateur football league based in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 2010 by two friends, Kully and Sunny. The league is open to players of all abilities and levels of experience.

The league plays its games on a Sunday afternoon at a local park. There are currently 10 teams in the league, each with a maximum of 11 players.

Kully Vs Sunny action

The season runs from September to May, with each team playing each other team twice. The top two teams at the end of the season play in a final to decide the league champions.


Kully Vs Sunny was founded in 2010 by two friends, Kully and Sunny. The two friends had been playing football together for many years and decided to start their own league.

Kully Vs Sunny match

The league started with just four teams, but it has since grown to 10 teams. The league has also become more competitive, with the top teams now playing at a high level.

Kully Vs Sunny is now one of the most popular amateur football leagues in the United Kingdom. The league is known for its friendly atmosphere and competitive spirit.


Kully Vs Sunny teams

The rules of Kully Vs Sunny are based on the rules of the FA. However, there are a few minor differences.

The most notable difference is that the league uses a smaller pitch than the FA does. This makes the game more fast-paced and exciting.

Kully Vs Sunny coaches

Another difference is that the league allows substitutes. This means that players can be replaced if they are injured or tired.


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