The Paulo K.O.H.L. Adult Football League began in 2009 as an outgrowth of the Timoteo Youth League. Coaches originally played with the youth, but as the league grew there was an increasing number of Timoteo alumni and coaches desiring to play football. The name Paulo is Spanish for Paul (the apostle) and K.O.H.L. stands for Kensington ‘Old Head’ League. The vision is to empower and develop new “Pauls” who can mentor young “Timothys.” Over the years Paulo K.O.H.L., which has grown to over 180 participants, has begun producing mentors and coaches for the youth league.