Last updated : Monday, 08 April 2024

Useless Bastard League

The Useless Bastard League is an amateur football league in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1977 by a group of friends who were tired of the seriousness of other leagues. The league is known for its relaxed atmosphere and its focus on having fun.

History

The Useless Bastard League was founded in 1977 by a group of friends who were tired of the seriousness of other leagues. The league was originally called the "Sunday Morning League", but it was renamed the "Useless Bastard League" in 1980.

Useless Bastard League action

The league has grown steadily over the years and now has over 50 teams. The teams are divided into three divisions: the Premier Division, the First Division, and the Second Division.

Rules

The rules of the Useless Bastard League are designed to make the game fun and relaxed. There are no referees and no yellow or red cards. The only rule is that the ball must stay on the ground.

Useless Bastard League match

The league also has a number of unusual rules, such as the "Golden Shower Rule", which states that a team must forfeit the game if they score more than 10 goals.

Notable Players

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