National League

National League

The National League is the grand league organised by the national committee across all the regions to determine the best Open, Ladies and Youth teams in Great Britain. The season runs indoors between September and March. Basic information on each of the leagues is given below. Please consult the National League rules for up to date entry guidance. 

 

National League Rules (Oct 17)

Calendar

League Organiser Guide

League Republic (Results and tables)

Open League

The Open league is split across 4 divisions breaking down regionally.

Division 1 contains the best teams across the UK, Division 2 is split into North and South leagues whilst Division 3 and 4 are split into NW, NE, SW and SE leagues.

Each division runs in very similar formats, an initial seeding round determining tight competition throughout the season with a direct promotion/relegation system.

The overall winner qualifies for a prestigious place in the European Club Championships.

 

Ladies League

The Ladies league is split into 2 divisions.

Division 1 contains the best teams across the UK whilst Division 2 is more focused as a development league to encourage increased female participation. Division 2 is split into North and South leagues.

The overall winner qualifies for a prestigious place in the European Club Championships.

 

Youth League

The Youth league format adapts to the current number of youth sides in the country. We are always striving to increase the number of regularly competing youth sides and welcome any volunteers who wish to help grow the league.