Last updated : Sunday, 31 March 2024

What is Powerleague?

Powerleague is an amateur five-a-side football league that was founded in the United Kingdom in 1983.

The league has over 2,000 pitches in the UK and Ireland, and also operates in other countries around the world, including Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States.

Powerleauge action

Powerleague pitches are typically indoor, with artificial turf and floodlights.

The league offers a variety of leagues for different levels of ability, from beginner to elite.

Powerleauge match

There are also leagues for women and girls, and for over-50s.

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History of Powerleague

Powerleague was founded in 1983 by brothers Keith and David Bowker.

Powerleauge teams

The first Powerleague pitch was opened in London, and the league quickly expanded to other parts of the UK.

In the 1990s, Powerleague expanded to Ireland, and in the 2000s, the league began to operate in other countries around the world.

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Today, Powerleague is one of the largest and most popular five-a-side football leagues in the world. History of Powerleague from The FA

How to play Powerleague

Powerleague is played on a small, indoor pitch with artificial turf.

Powerleauge results

Each team has five players, and there is no goalkeeper.

The game is played two halves of 20 minutes each.

The object of the game is to score more goals than the other team.

Powerleague is a fast-paced and exciting game that is perfect for people of all ages and abilities. How to play Powerleague from Powerleague

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