Last updated : Friday, 16 February 2024

Leisure Leagues

Leisure Leagues is a franchise of five and six-a-side football leagues primarily in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.

It was founded in the 1980s by a group of sports facility managers. The first leagues were set up in rural or provincial towns in the UK where the opportunity for low-cost competitive sport was limited.

Leisure League action

Leisure Leagues has grown rapidly since its inception and now has over 3,000 leagues in the UK alone. It also has leagues in the Republic of Ireland, the United States, Pakistan, and Mexico.

How to play

Leisure Leagues games are played on 3G or astroturf pitches. The teams consist of five or six players, plus a goalkeeper. The games last for 20 minutes each half.

Leisure League match

There are different divisions for different levels of ability. Teams can enter a league at the level they think is right for them.

The cost of playing in a Leisure Leagues varies depending on the location and the level of the league.

Benefits of playing

  • Leisure Leagues is a great way to get fit and have fun.
  • It's a great way to meet new people and make friends.
  • It's a competitive environment where you can test your skills against other players.
  • It's a good way to stay active and healthy.

How to join

Leisure League teams

To join a Leisure Leagues, you can either create your own team or join an existing team. You can find more information on how to join on the Leisure Leagues website.


Featured Divisions

Featured Teams

Leisure League teams come from

  • Cannock,
  • Swindon,
  • Weston-super-Mare,

and other areas within Somerset, Staffordshire.

Are you looking for something ? Search the TeamStats directory...

Team management made easy

Football team organiser? TeamStats is the ultimate football coach app, providing powerful all-in-one software to grassroots football teams around the world.

Learn more
Used around the world by clubs and teams from:
  • The FA Logo - English Football Association
  • Northern Ireland FA Logo
  • Scottish FA logo
  • United States Soccer Logo
  • Welsh FA Logo
  • Eire Football Association Logo
  • Czech Republic Football Association Logo
  • Singapore Football Association Logo
  • Australia FFA logo - Football Federation Australia