The AF League represents a platform for women, trans and non-binary people in grassroots football. With small-sided teams having a size? sponsored jersey on their backs, each design has been meticulously crafted to encapsulate the aura behind each team in the league. Whether that’s simply the origin of the name, where they all met or the pitches they first started playing on – each team has a different story, but a shared love of the sport.
How do you enter? The first phase of draws for the AF League Football Shirts open on 25.09.2023 and close on 29.09.2023, you’ll be able to enter on our size?launches app for just £1. Proceeds go to akt, and remember, you have to be a ?access member to enter the draws. Follow the links below to join ?access & good luck!
Rock The Crossbar
Rock the Crossbar’s shirt was inspired by a famous song from The Clash with the badge replicating the Cashbar logo.
Spice Foals FC
Spice Goals FC shirt features a logo inspired by a Spice World emblem.
Lez Be United FC
With a design nodding to footballing heritage too; Lez Be United went for the old-school retro look, using a ‘92/’93 Inter away kit for inspiration and combining that with vintage Wolves colours.
Goals Aloud FC
Goals Aloud’s name represents the ethos of their team to the greater grassroots football community. This is also represented in the kit, mixing the bright colours of our logo in a tie-dye style, creating a melting pot of character and sporting a big Pride flag to show that everyone is welcome when Goals Aloud is around.
SLEEK FC’s kit features a gradient, AI-inspired pattern.
Not So Hotspur
Not So Hotspur’s kit proudly showcases the Pride flag in their badge.