Live Greener
with planet

Welcome to Planet League the place where you can do you bit for the planet with your football club and even win amazing prizes.

82 Clubs

All 20 Premier League clubs are on Planet League. And over 60 others. Sign up today and go green for your team.

100+ Activities

Lots of activities to choose from, so you decide how you go green. Save energy, eat veggies, take the bus. It all counts.


Head-to-head fixtures; Mini league format tournaments; Grand Prix-style leaderboards - there’s lots of ways to compete for the club you love.

Real Action

Planet League is about doing things. Taking real action. So you might need to upload a photo to show us what you’re up to! Our VAR system will do the checks.

Start Living Greener

Living greener got a lot more easy. And fun.
We’ve got 100 different green activities on the site. Each time you do one, you’re scoring goals for your club and having a bigger impact on the planet.
Just choose your activity, and upload a photo to score. Get your streak going by coming back each day.

We run a bunch of tournaments - keep an eye out for what’s going on.

Planet League Features

Search and select activities Follow your mates, see and like what they’re doing Build your streak up! Watch how you move up the league table. Or down 🙁 Earn XP for living greener

82 Partner Clubs

Planet League Stories

From Green Football Weekend and the Planet League Cup to the Layer Up Challenge and support from our Ambassadors - have a read of the amazing work fans and clubs are doing to be greener.

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Green Actions

Fans have completed over 180,000 green actions through Planet League. That’s doing all sorts of activities which are kinder to the planet.

Some activities are about emitting less carbon dioxide than normal - like taking the bike instead of driving to the shops. Or eating a veggie dinner instead of meat.  Some are about getting into nature, because that makes us care for the planet in the longer run.  Luckily, there are quite a few activities which are good for the planet and good for us at the same time. Eating fresh, plant-based food is important for our bodies. Doesn’t mean you go vegan - but if you can cut down on meat and dairy, and eat more fresh fruit, veg, seeds and nuts, it does you good and the planet.

Footballers Taking Part

Lucas Moura starred in the No Moura Landfill activity, Jamie Carragher and Karen Carney have taken on the Layer Up challenge. West Ham players have done a veggie bake off and Port Vale’s Funso Ojo has completed over 200 activities on the platform.

The Squad




James is the Chairman. He’s a Man Utd fan. He’s massively passionate about the planet and protecting nature. He even wrote a book on it which was, weirdly, also about Burnley FC.




Tom is the CEO and gets involved in pretty much all aspects of Planet League. He’s a Nottingham Forest fan and used to be a Trustee of their community trust.




Ben builds and manages the platform. He’s also a Man Utd fan. His background is in tech and e-commerce. Although he’s also a chartered accountant, to add some seriousness.



Project Manager

Vlad is a Slavia Sofia fan. Bulgarian and lives in Hungary. He’s been with Planet League since the beginning, variously as Coach Vlad, the man behind VAR and our project manager.




Gregoire is our analyst and researcher and also responsible for the design of our activities. A Frenchman living in Slovakia. His favourite club is Olympique Lyonnais.


Funzo Ojo


Funzo is a climate activist and footballer, playing midfield. He grew up in Belgium and started his career with PSV in the Netherlands. After making his way to the UK, he played for Scunthorpe, Aberdeen and Wigan before joining Port Vale. In the 2023 Green Football Weekend, he scored 260 green goals.


Russell Martin


Former defender including for Brighton, Wycombe, Norwich and MK Dons, Russell is now manager of Southampton. As well as sometime vegan, he’s a member of the Green Party and a Buddhist. From defending on the pitch, now he’s there defending the planet.


David Wheeler


David is a midfielder with Wycombe Wanderers. Before Wycombe, his professional career took him to Exeter, QPR, Portsmouth and MK Dons. David Wheeler is outspoken on the need for climate action in football.




Amy plays for Tottenham Hotspur Women and previously at Liverpool, Manchester United and Orlando Pride. She has also represented The Lionesses at international level. Amy is also extremely passionate about protecting the future of our planet and hopes to inspire the next generation to connect with the climate.

Supporting Partners


About Planet League

We were set up to use the power of sport to help people live greener. We run green living tournaments for fans where they represent their team and score goals by completing green actions. And lots more is under development.

Interested in partnering? There are several options for corporate sponsors to get involved. Back a tournament. Have your own sponsored activities on our platform. Fund ground-breaking R&D on green behaviours.

Or looking for a career pivot?

For whatever reason, drop us a note.