Last updated : Friday, 24 November 2023

Introduction

Nmsl (an acronym for "No more speak language") is an amateur football league in China. It was founded in 2015 by a group of football enthusiasts who wanted to create a more competitive and challenging environment for amateur players.

The league is divided into several divisions, with each division consisting of 10-12 teams. The teams play each other once during the regular season, with the top teams advancing to the playoffs. The playoffs culminate in a championship match.

Nmsl action

The Nmsl is open to all players, regardless of age, skill level, or gender. The league also offers a variety of other activities, such as training sessions, social events, and tournaments.

History

The Nmsl was founded in 2015 by a group of football enthusiasts who wanted to create a more competitive and challenging environment for amateur players. The league was originally called the "No more speak language football league", but the name was later shortened to Nmsl.

Nmsl match

The league quickly grew in popularity, and by 2017 it had over 100 teams participating. The Nmsl has also attracted the attention of professional clubs, with some teams sending their youth players to compete in the league.

In 2018, the Nmsl was recognized by the Chinese Football Association (CFA). This recognition gave the league more legitimacy and helped to attract even more players.

Rules and regulations

Nmsl teams

The Nmsl follows the rules and regulations of the CFA. The games are played on a full-size football pitch, and the teams consist of 11 players each. The games are played over two halves of 45 minutes each.

The Nmsl also has its own set of rules and regulations. For example, the league prohibits the use of professional players. The league also has a strict code of conduct that all players must abide by.

Sources

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