Last updated : Monday, 27 November 2023
PAL Diamond League
The PAL Diamond League is an amateur football league in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was founded in 1972 and is currently composed of over 100 teams in various divisions. The league plays its games on weekends throughout the fall and spring.
The PAL Diamond League was founded in 1972 by the Police Athletic League (PAL) of San Francisco. The league was originally created to provide a safe and organized environment for young people to play football. However, the league has since grown to include teams of all ages and skill levels.
The PAL Diamond League is now one of the largest and most competitive amateur football leagues in the San Francisco Bay Area. The league offers a variety of divisions for teams of all skill levels, from beginner to experienced. The league also offers a variety of amenities, including referees, fields, and scoreboards.
The PAL Diamond League offers a variety of divisions for teams of all skill levels, including:
- Super Advanced
The league also offers a women's division and a flag football division.
The PAL Diamond League season runs from September to May. The season is divided into two halves, with a championship game at the end of each half.
The regular season consists of 8-10 games per team. The top teams in each division qualify for the playoffs. The playoffs culminate in the championship game, which is held at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco.
The PAL Diamond League does not offer prize money for its winners. However, the league does offer a variety of other prizes, including trophies, medals, and jackets.