Last updated : Monday, 26 February 2024


The Test League is an amateur football league in the United States. It is not affiliated with any professional leagues. The league is open to players of all ages and skill levels.


The Test League was founded in 1970. The original purpose of the league was to provide a competitive environment for amateur players who were not able to play in professional leagues.

Test League action

The league has grown significantly over the years. Today, there are over 100 teams in the Test League. The teams are divided into divisions based on skill level.


The Test League follows the rules of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). However, there are some minor modifications to the rules to make the game more suitable for amateur players.

  • The game is played on a smaller field than a professional field.
  • The playing time is shorter than a professional game.
  • There are fewer substitutions allowed.

Current Season

Test League match

The current season of the Test League is underway. The regular season is scheduled to end in October. The playoffs will be held in November.

The defending champions of the Test League are the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams have won the championship three times in the past five years.


Test League teams

Featured Divisions

Featured Teams

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