Last updated : Tuesday, 09 April 2024


The Toys League is an amateur football league that was founded in 1969 in Ghana. The league is open to all players, regardless of age or experience. The league plays its games on weekends and holidays.

The Toys League is governed by the Ghana Amateur Football Association. The association is responsible for setting the rules and regulations for the league, as well as organizing the playoffs and championships.


Toys League action

The Toys League was founded in 1969 by a group of friends who wanted to create a football league for amateur players. The league was originally called the "Toys and Games League," but the name was changed to the "Toys League" in 1975.

The Toys League has grown steadily over the years. In the early years, the league had only a few teams, but today there are over 100 teams in the league. The league has also become more competitive, with teams from all over Ghana vying for the championship.

Rules and Regulations

Toys League match

The Toys League plays by the rules of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). The league also has its own set of rules and regulations, which are designed to ensure fair play and sportsmanship.

Some of the key rules of the Toys League include:

  • The game is played with 11 players on each team.
  • The game is played over two halves of 45 minutes each.
  • A goal is scored when the ball crosses the goal line and goes between the posts.
  • A team can win a game by scoring more goals than the other team.
  • A game can also be drawn, which means that the two teams have the same number of goals at the end of the game.


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