Last updated : Friday, 24 November 2023
Misko lyga is an amateur football league in Lithuania. It is the smallest football league in the world, with only two teams: FK Misko and FK Mažoji sale. The league was founded in 2017 and is played on a small field in the village of Misko.
The idea for Misko lyga was born in 2017, when a group of friends decided to start an amateur football league in their village. They found a small field and recruited two teams: FK Misko and FK Mažoji sale. The league was a success and has been running every year since then.
The rules of Misko lyga are simple. Each team plays each other once, with the winner of each match getting three points. The team with the most points at the end of the season is the champion. There is no promotion or relegation, so the same two teams play each other every year.
The players in Misko lyga are all amateurs. They are mostly friends and family of the people who founded the league. There are no professional players in the league.
Misko lyga is a very popular event in the village of Misko. The matches are usually well-attended by locals, who come to support their team.