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League or The League may refer to:
Arts, entertainment, and media
- A League of Their Own, a 1992 American sports comedy-drama film
- In League with Dragons, a 2019 studio album by The Mountain Goats
- League of Legends, a 2009 video game
- Leagues (band), an American rock band
- The League, an American sitcom broadcast on FX and FXX about fantasy football
- The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, a 1999 comic book
- Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, an 1870 novel by Jules Verne
- Catholic League (disambiguation), one of several religious confederations or sports teams
- Delian League, an association of Greek city-states founded in 478 BC
- League of Nations, a precursor of the UN
- Leagues of China, administrative division equivalent to a prefecture
- Lega Nord, an Italian political party called "League" in English media
- Lombard League, a medieval alliance in northern Italy
- Malthusian League, 19th century birth control advocates
- Urban League, a nonpartisan civil rights organization in the United States
- National Football League, the largest American Football league in the world.
- National Basketball Association, the American basketball league.
- Sports league
- Rugby league, full contact football code, often referred to as just "league"
- The League of Nations (professional wrestling), a professional wrestling stable in WWE
- League (unit), traditional unit of length 3 miles or an hour's walk
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- Alliance (disambiguation)
- Justice League (disambiguation)
- Super League (disambiguation)
- Elite League (disambiguation)
- Liga (disambiguation)
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- All pages with titles beginning with The League
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