Last updated : Friday, 24 November 2023


The Monday League is an amateur football league that is played on Mondays. It is not affiliated with any major football organizations, and is open to players of all levels. The league is typically divided into divisions based on skill level, and teams play each other once per season.


The Monday League was founded in 2010 by a group of friends who wanted to play football on a day that was less crowded than the weekends. The league has since grown to over 100 teams, and is played in cities all over the world.


Monday League action

The rules of the Monday League are similar to those of the FA Sunday Cup. Matches are played over 90 minutes, and there are no substitutions. The offside rule is in effect, and fouls are penalized by free kicks or penalties.


The Monday League is typically divided into divisions based on skill level. Teams play each other once per season, and the top teams in each division are promoted to the next division at the end of the season. The bottom teams in each division are relegated to the lower division.


Monday League match

Teams in the Monday League can be made up of friends, coworkers, or anyone else who wants to play football. There are no age restrictions, and players of all levels are welcome.


The cost of playing in the Monday League varies from league to league. Some leagues charge a registration fee, while others do not. The cost of equipment is also the responsibility of the players.


Monday League teams

The Monday League is a great way to get some exercise, have fun, and meet new people. If you are looking for a casual way to play football, the Monday League is a great option.


Monday League coaches

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