be out of somebody's league

be out of (one's) league

To be a poor match for someone, often because someone or something is considered superior. Although it can be used in other situations, this phrase is very often applied to romantic partners that are not similarly attractive or wealthy. I can't believe that average-looking guy is dating a supermodel—she is totally out of his league! I've only been working in IT for a few months, so that advanced position is really out of my league.
See also: league, of, out

be out of somebody’s ˈleague

(informal) be too difficult, expensive, etc. for somebody: You can’t afford a lawyer like that. She’s way out of your league.
See also: league, of, out