Last updated : Tuesday, 19 September 2023
Ofa Boys League
The Ofa Boys League is an amateur football league based in Ogdensburg, New York. It was founded in 2016 and currently has 10 teams competing in the league.
The Ofa Boys League was founded by a group of parents who wanted to provide a competitive football league for their sons. The league started with just 6 teams in its inaugural season, but it has grown steadily since then.
The league is named after the Ogdensburg Free Academy, which is the local high school. The OFA football team is one of the most successful high school football teams in New York State, and the Ofa Boys League hopes to help develop the next generation of football players.
The Ofa Boys League season runs from April to October. Each team plays each other team once during the regular season. The top 4 teams in the regular season standings qualify for the playoffs.