Last updated : Saturday, 02 December 2023
The Scottish Supporters Football League (SSFL) is an amateur football league for fans of Scottish football clubs. It was founded in 2011 by a group of supporters who wanted to create a league where they could play football and still support their favorite team.
The SSFL currently has one division with 1 team. The teams are made up of fans of all ages and abilities, and the league is open to anyone who is a fan of a Scottish football club.
The SSFL was founded in 2011 by a group of supporters who wanted to create a league where they could play football and still support their favorite team. The league's first season started in 2011/12 with 6 teams.
The league has grown steadily since then, and it currently has 1 team playing across 1 division. The SSFL is affiliated with the Scottish Football Supporters Association (SFSA), and it is recognized by the Scottish FA.
Rules and regulations
The SSFL follows the rules and regulations of the Scottish FA. The league also has its own set of rules, which are designed to ensure that the league is fair and competitive.
Some of the key rules of the SSFL include:
- All players must be fans of a Scottish football club.
- There is no age limit for players.
- The league is played on a Saturday afternoon.
- The season runs from September to May.
How to join
To join the SSFL, you must contact the league secretary. The league secretary can be found on the SSFL website.
The joining fee is £20 per season. The fee covers the cost of league administration and insurance.