During July and September we appreciate that many teams go on holiday. On this basis if you give us one weeks notice then we can usually help you. We look at each circumstance individually. If you cancel a match for any other reason, apart from serious illness, then you will be liable to pay the full match fee and you will also lose the game you have cancelled. You may also be removed from the league. It is always better to contact our office and to speak to your League Manager if you have a problem fulfilling a fixture.
We are very sorry and we hope this doesn't happen. We will do everything we can to respond to all communication, either by phone or email, within one working day. If, however, in the unlikely event you do not receive a response, you should call the main office and request to speak to a Senior Manager on 0333 123 2340.
A Points Match, or space in the league usually occurs when we have to remove a team. Often we do this if have a poor disciplinary record. In this instance. While we are waiting for a new team to join in that space, you will be required to turn up and play the friendly against opponents that we arrange for you. You will need to turn up at your normal time on the fixtures. When you play the Points Match then you will receive a 5-0 win, but If you do not turn up for the match then you will have a 5-0 loss recorded against your team. Please note, you will also be liable to pay the match fee the following week for that game, i.e. two match fees if you do not pay for the game.
All of our leagues are 5 or 6-a-side and are played mostly outdoors on brand new all weather pitches - the best in the area. We do, though, also run a selection of high quality indoor leagues. Check the website for details.
Entry fees apply on most leagues. These vary depending in the situation. On rare occasions, some leagues have free entry. Similarly, the cost of matches each week varies from £18 - £34 for the whole team. These can either be paid online or at the league to the Match Official or Match Night Supervisor as applicable.
Yes the top two are promoted and the bottom two are relegated, in multi-division leagues. However, we reserve the right to promote or relegate a team that is finding it too easy in a low league, or relegate one that is finding it difficult in one above.
No. Our "flexi-squad" system means you can play any amount of players throughout the season, as long as you don't have any more than eight in any one night for five a side match, and nine in a six a side.
Our leagues are played on all types of surfaces from Astro Turf pitches to world class 5G facilities. As such each league is subject to different footwear regulations. The latest information is on the league page for the particular league.