Leisure Leagues

Who are Leisure Leagues?

Firstly we have been around for a long time. Not only are we the longest established small sided leagues operator in the UK, we are also the largest and the one that, if we may modestly say so, all our competitors look up to and follow.

Of course, there are other things that make us different too.

Our discipline system, stronger than anybody else’s, and an absolutely vital ingredient to our success.

Our personal touch. We don’t have our telephones answered by robots with long waits before you can speak to somebody in a foreign land. We have purposely shied away from such robotic telephone systems. We pride ourselves on the fact that facilities can phone us up and speak to us directly that referees can call us (indeed, we make hundreds of calls to referees every single day).

Our leadership. Our innovative techniques, working practices and ideas have long been the standard bearer for all other league operators to follow. You would expect nothing less from the people who ran the UKs very first national leagues.

Our breadth of services. We don’t just run leagues. We run an in-house TV production company, a media team,. A graphic design team and many other departments which support our core business of the running of successful 5 and 6 a-side football.

We are the only national provider of small sided leagues which is committed to putting all it's surplus profits into good causes.
Whether you are a facility or player, you have the knowledge that by helping us reduce our costs, or by paying your match fees, some good comes from it.

Amongst the beneficiaries are the charities below - although these are far from the only good causes that we help.

Leisure Leagues In Chelmsford

Leisure Leagues is now in Chelmsford with venues at Moulsham High School, Writtle Sports & Social Club and Blackmore Village Hall with more venues contacting us daily. David Neill is the face of the business down in Chelmsford and he is really building a strong relationship with local companies, councils and parishes.

Leisure Leagues plan on getting involved with local community events and spreading the good name that is Leisure Leagues and the causes we help and what we stand for.

Our plan is for all locals to know that if they are looking to play small sided football, that they have the Worlds leading provider only a couple of miles away.

Please click on the link below for more information about our new venue at Writtle


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