The SL League, powered by Puma, is well underway and already players have made their move to book a place in one of the top leagues for the tournament.
However, all is not lost and if you still want to showcase your ability to #BecomeALegend, then you better start looking to line up your games.
The qualifiers come to a close on Sunday, 13 June, with the Group stages starting immediately on Monday, 14 June. This means that you still have a couple of days to make a move for the top of the leaderboard in your group.
Players that registered to be a part of the tournament have been split into eight groups, with the top two players set to head into the Legends League, where a whopping R10 000 prize pool is up for grabs.
If you manage to secure third or fourth place you will find yourself battling it out for promotion and prizes in the Premier League, with the aim being to get into the top tier next time around.
Players who finish below fourth place will move into the Amateur League, which is the ideal space to work on your skills and look to fight for promotion into the Premier League.
Right now, many of the groups still remain open, so if you have not yet worked on scheduling your qualifier games, then now is your last chance to take to the pitch and fight for a place in one of the top leagues.
You can also see the current group leaders in the graphic above.