A former measure of distance by land, usually about three miles
an association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members
unite to form a league
an association of states or organizations or individuals for common action
an obsolete unit of distance of variable length (usually 3 miles)
League is a term commonly used to describe a group of sports teams or individual athletes that compete against each other in a specific sport. ...
A league is a unit of length (or, rarely, area). It was long common in Europe and Latin America, but it is no longer an official unit in any nation. The league most frequently refers to the distance a person or a horse can walk in an hour, however, the league has multiple values.
The A-League is the top Australasian professional football league. Run by Australian governing body Football Federation Australia (FFA), it was founded in 2004 following the destruction of the National Soccer League and staged its inaugural season in 2005–06. ...
The A-League was a professional men's soccer league which featured teams from both the United States and Canada, which existed from 1995 until 2004, after which it was re-branded the USL First Division. ...
The League is an American sitcom, which premiered on FX on October 29, 2009. The series is a semi-scripted comedy about a fantasy football league. A second 13 episode season of The League premiered on September 16, 2010 on FX.
The League is an Internet series that can be found at www.theleaguetv.com.
Organized competition on a weekly basis for team play.
Measure of distance three miles in length. One-twentieth of a degree of latitude.
Unit of area used in the southwest U.S., equal to 25 labors, or 4428 acres (Texas), or 4439 acres (California).
The organization responsible for Game Scheduling responsibilities associated with participating Teams
is a group of clubs whose teams play each other in a pre arranged schedule under these rules for the league championship.
an alliance of teams that organizes sporting competition.
Measurement of distance, twelve furlongs, or about 1½ miles.
A version of rugby with 13 players and different rules than are used in rugby union.
a measure of distance, 1000 paces in length, or roughly 1 1/2 Roman miles. In the later medieval period the league was equal to 12 Furlongs, whereas the mile was standardized at 8 Furlongs.
A collection of owners who play against each other, it is run by the commissioner.
An organization that conducts competition among soccer Teams.
a unit of distance which has varied at different times and places, apparently originating as the Gaulish equivalent of 1.5 Roman miles, but lately measures about 3 miles (4.8km) in English-speaking countries. [nb: 12 inches = 1 foot, 3 feet = 1 yard, 6 feet / 2 yards = 1 fathom, 16. ...
A measure of distance approximately 3.45 nautical miles.
Group of players against which you can measure your performance. Leagues are created using the ?My League? option (to go to your League, click here).
The inter-college league match run in Michaelmas, available in many sports.