Last updated : Tuesday, 28 November 2023

Some Random League

Some Random League is an amateur football league based in the United States. It was founded in 2000 and currently has over 100 teams in its four divisions. The league is open to players of all skill levels and ages.


Some Random League was founded in 2000 by a group of friends who wanted to create a more casual and fun alternative to the traditional football leagues. The league quickly grew in popularity and now has over 100 teams in its four divisions.

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Some Random League is known for its relaxed atmosphere and its focus on having fun. The league does not have any tryouts or drafts, and players are free to join any team that they want. The league also has a number of social events throughout the season, such as potluck dinners and post-game parties.


Some Random League has four divisions:

  • Division 1: This is the highest level of competition in the league. Teams in Division 1 are made up of experienced players who are looking for a challenge.
  • Division 2: This division is for players who are new to football or who are looking for a less competitive environment.
  • Division 3: This division is for players who are looking for a fun and social atmosphere.
  • Division 4: This division is for players who are 50 years old and older.


Some Random League follows the official rules of football with a few modifications. For example, the league uses a smaller field and a shorter game clock. The league also has a number of its own rules, such as a ban on slide tackles.


The Some Random League season runs from April to October. Each team plays 10 regular season games, followed by a playoff tournament. The playoffs culminate in a championship game, which is held in October.


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