Last updated : Sunday, 19 November 2023


Roko is an amateur football league based in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 2010 and currently has over 100 teams participating. The league is divided into four divisions, with promotion and relegation between divisions each season.

Roko is a non-profit organization and all of its proceeds go back into the league. This includes funding for referees, pitch hire, and other costs associated with running the league.

Roko action

The league is open to all players, regardless of age or ability. There are also teams for women and girls.

Roko is a great way to get involved in football and meet new people. If you're interested in joining, you can find more information on the league's website:


Roko match

Roko was founded in 2010 by a group of friends who wanted to create a more relaxed and fun alternative to traditional football leagues. The league started with just a few teams, but it has grown steadily over the years.

In 2015, Roko expanded to include a women's division. This was a major step for the league and helped to increase its diversity.

Roko teams

Roko has continued to grow and develop in recent years. In 2020, the league introduced a new youth division for players under the age of 18. This was a popular move and has helped to attract new players to the league.


Roko follows the standard rules of football. However, there are a few modifications to the rules to make the game more accessible to players of all abilities.

Roko coaches

For example, there is no offside rule in Roko. This means that players are free to move into any position on the pitch.

There is also a shorter game duration in Roko. Matches last for 60 minutes, rather than the traditional 90 minutes.

Roko results

These modifications make Roko a more enjoyable and less daunting experience for players of all abilities.


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