Last updated : Wednesday, 10 April 2024

No League

No League is an amateur football league in England that was founded in 2018. It is open to all players, regardless of their ability or experience. The league is based on the principle of "fun first, winning second", and it encourages players to enjoy the game and make new friends.


No League was founded by two friends, Tom and Ben, who were tired of the competitive and expensive nature of traditional football leagues. They wanted to create a league where players could come together to play football for the love of the game, without the pressure of winning or losing.

No League action

The first season of No League was a success, and the league has continued to grow in popularity ever since. There are now over 100 teams playing in No League, and the league is expanding to new areas all the time.

How it works

No League is a self-refereeing league, which means that players are responsible for calling their own fouls and offsides. This helps to keep the costs of the league down, and it also encourages players to take responsibility for their own game.

No League match

The league is also free to enter, which makes it accessible to everyone. There are no trials or tryouts, and players can join a team at any time during the season.

Benefits of playing in No League

  • Have fun and enjoy the game
  • Make new friends
  • Get fit and stay active
  • Learn new skills
  • Escape the pressures of competitive football


Featured Teams

  • HCC


    Egham, England

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  • Menuhin FC

    Menuhin FC

    , England

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