The league – which is run by Leisure Leagues, Europe’s largest provider of small sided soccer - kicks off on 13th November and will take place at Redlands Community Sports Hub every Wednesday. Games cost £30– with the first match free and happen between the times of 8-10pm.
The Leisure Leagues Monthly Star Prize, which is drawn at the end of the season and broadcast live on the firm’s Facebook Page, is an all-expenses paid trip for the whole team to a Bundesliga match.
Leisure Leagues are the only football provider who donates the profits from the league to charities – with Cancer Research UK and The Dogs Trust amongst the recent beneficiaries.
The best players from the competition could find themselves playing for their country. England, Wales and Scotland were amongst 40 nations who have just returned from Crete, competing in the World Cup, which is powered by Leisure Leagues. The team are pictured above, before their sell out Quarter Final, with Crete.
New Business Manager, Jack Bullivant admitted he couldn’t wait to get cracking and said: “We have been running leagues for 30 years and we are really looking forward to bringing our unique brand of football here.”
Anyone who wants to register a team can do so on https://www.leisureleagues.net/league/redlands-community-sports-hub/weymouth-wednesday or for more information they can call 0333 123 2340.