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11-a-side Football

The traditional format of the national game.


You can play 11-a-side football from U13s upwards

TraditionaI 11-a-side matches normally take place on a Saturday, Sunday or mid week.

Are you interested in entering a team into an 11v11 league?, see the list of leagues below:

Youth Leagues:

Hunts Youth League (Ages U11-U17)

Peterborough and District Junior Alliance League (Ages U7-U14)

Peterborough & District Youth League (Ages U15-U18)

Cambridge & District Colts League (Ages U12-U18)

Royston Crow Youth Football League (U7-U18)

Adult Leagues:

Peterborough & District Football League

Cambridgeshire Football Association County League

Huntingdonshire Sunday League

Peterborough Sunday Morning Football League

Want to play 11-a-side football but in a flexible format you can fit around your lifestyle?

Flexible Football Leagues are being introduced across the country to provide opportunities to play 11-a-side football for players who have dropped out of the game, struggle with regular weekend commitment, or just want to play football with less time and less fuss.

Example Format:

  • Central Venue 3G pitch
  • 60-minute Games
  • Fortnightly Fixtures
  • 8-team League
  • Cup & Shield Competition
  • FA Qualified Referees
  • Repeat Substitutions
  • Unlimited Squad Size
  • Shorter Seasons
  • Minimal Administration
  • Minimal Cost


Football is our national sport; it remains incredibly popular with 6.6m people reporting that they play some version of the game each year. However, recent research has indicated that adult football participation is changing and in some areas traditional Saturday or Sunday formats of the game are experiencing a decline. Some players struggle to accommodate football alongside other work, family, education or leisure demands.

Many adult players who used to play in traditional formats of Saturday and Sunday football have dropped out due to age, fitness, work or family commitments. Research tells us that many retain a desire to play, but not with the commitment that was previously required of them. Many are attracted to playing games less frequently, in a reduced timeframe, with rolling subs and competing competitions that reflect their ability level, at times which will not have such an impact on family lives or other weekend leisure activities.

Huntingdonshire is no different to this national trend and we have successfully piloted a number of ‘flexible format’ midweek 11v11 league in recent years, for open-age players (16+) and veterans (35+). The feedback from the teams who have participated in these leagues has been extremely positive and we’re now looking to roll out more midweek leagues across the county to cater for those players who cannot commit to playing football on the weekend.

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