- What is a League ID?
- Where can I find my League ID?
- Web browser
- Invite links
- Emails from the league
- Fantasy App
- Why do I need my League ID?
Important Note: If you are unable to find your League ID and need assistance with your league, please contact your other league members for assistance with locating the League ID as this is the best way to find your league for any reason.
What is a League ID?
A League ID is the unique numeric identifier for your league among all ESPN Fantasy leagues. While there are millions of individual leagues this League ID helps locate your exact league for any troubleshooting that may need to be done. It is very important that you notate, and keep safe, any IDs for the leagues you're a part of, public or private.
Where can I find a League ID?
The League ID can be found in multiple spots.
1) Traditional Web Browser URL
2) Email, text or direct link invites:
Locate the email, click "join this league".
A new window will appear from fantasy.espn.com
Within URL bar of the new window will be LeagueID=
Text or Social Media invites
Locate the invite message
Within the link, you will be able to find LeagueID=
3) Any emails from the league such as trade offers and general email messages:
Locate any league related email as shown below
Click the 'Visit League Home' button and it will bring you to a new window where you can see the URL
Alternatively, right click 'Visit League Home' and copy link address then paste on a browser.
4) On Fantasy App (iOS or Android)
- access your league, under "League" tab.
- click "League Info"
- League ID is available to view.
Why do I need my League ID?
A league ID can be used to locate a league, among all others, when the email on the account has been lost/compromised. This ID can be used by ESPN Fan Support staff to locate leagues and investigate reported issues. Without the League ID available ESPN cannot guarantee we will be able to locate your league among the millions of others in the system. Keep your league ID in a safe location for any future reference if you should need it.