Last updated : Friday, 01 December 2023

LFLUAO: The Amateur Football League of Los Angeles

The LFLUAO is a non-profit organization that provides a competitive and affordable football experience for adults in the Los Angeles area. Founded in 1985, the league has grown to over 100 teams and 2,000 players.

League Structure

The LFLUAO is divided into two divisions: the Premier Division and the Open Division. The Premier Division is for the top teams in the league, while the Open Division is for more recreational players. Each division has a regular season and playoffs.

LFLUAO action

The regular season consists of 8-10 games per team. The top teams in each division qualify for the playoffs, which are single-elimination. The winners of the playoffs are the champions of their respective divisions.

Fees and Equipment

The cost to play in the LFLUAO is $150 per season. This includes insurance, field fees, and referee fees. Players are responsible for providing their own football gear.

How to Join

LFLUAO match

To join the LFLUAO, you can visit the league's website or contact the league office. The website has a complete list of the league's rules and regulations.

The league office can be reached at or (213) 555-1212.


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