Post-College Leagues

Are you a former college or high school athlete who sorely misses being part of a team? Or did you not play sports in school and wish you had the opportunity now? Whether you’re a parent looking to find your way back on the field, a new resident to an unfamiliar city and want to meet more people or are simply looking to scratch the athletic itch, Excelle Sports has your solution: Find a sports league. 

Below is a comprehensive list of female-only and co-ed sport leagues in many major cities in the U.S. From organized, competitive leagues to casual pick-up groups and games, find your community and play the sport you love (or try a new one!) using our curated list. Simply select your city below to get all the information on what sports leagues are available to you. Groups range in ages from teen to 80 and older. 

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    • AUSTIN BASKETBALL

    • Austin Recreation Center

      Teams play at various recreation centers in Austin. Leagues play Monday through Thursday evenings. Four seasons run March – December and are offered for Men, Women and Co-Ed divitions

    • Austin Sports and Social Club

      Austin Sports and Social Club is a three on three league for veterans and newcomers alike. Each team plays 12 regular season games over six weeks. Play-offs for top teams follow for an additional week. Three players on the court at a time, at least one must be female. The number of teams in each league to make the play-offs varies per season.

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    • AUSTIN ICE HOCKEY

    • Chaparral Ice

      First they teach you how to skate and then they teach you the game. The whole process is fun, exciting and great exercise. It is never too late to learn. Adult Learn to Play Hockey Class requires full gear and USA hockey registration. All players myst be registered with current USA Hockey Membership.

    • The Pond Hockey Club

      The Pond Hockey club offers adult leagues for all levels of players. The Pond Hockey Club will be a 10,000 square foot ice hockey training facility serving the hockey community in Austin, TX and surrounding areas. Leagues start on a quarterly basis: Fall, Winter, Spring and Sumer. Registrations for each season are usually open one month prior.

    • AUSTIN LACROSSE

    • Austin Red Socks

      Austin Red Socks is for any woman wanting to learn or continue playing lacrosse. There are pick up games and various in-state and out-of-state tournaments. Texas Play Hard is dedicated to the to the growth of happy and healthy female athletes and continues to strive to build a thriving female lacrosse community. Athletes build confidence, learn how to live a healthy life style and persevere in all avenues of life.

    • AUSTIN SOCCER

    • Austin Coed Soccer

      The Austin Coed Soccer League plays in five locations across Austin and is divided into 6 divisions. Players interested in joining a team can create an entry and include some information about themselves such as skill level and the kind of team they are looking for.

    • Austin Sports and Social Club

      Austin Sports and Social Club offers a 4-on-4 game with no goalies. It is a co-ed team, but it must have at least 2 women players on all teams. Each team plays six regular season games.

      Social is for players with experience in soccer, and super social is for players with limited skills or are new to soccer.

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    • AUSTIN SOFTBALL

    • Quarries Sports & Recreation Ministry

      The Quarries proves many avenues for adults to fellowship and connect through sports. Located in northwest Austin, The Quarries Park features ball fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts and a 13 acre recreation lake used for fishing and canoeing. This 57 acre lake front campus has something for everyone.

    • AUSTIN SWIMMING

    • Makos Swim Club

      Makos Swim Club provides opportunities for swimmers of all ages to extend their swimming skills and abilities and to further the development and education of swimmers through training, guidance, and competition.

    • Nitro Swimming

      Nitro Swimming Masters Program is open to all adults who are dedicated to improving their fitness, training for specific goals and enjoying the camaraderie of other swimmers. The Nitro Masters group is also the home to Triathletes who are looking for an edge with the swim portion of their event. The Masters’ workouts are typically in the range of 3000-4000 yards in 75 minutes. They have a wide variety  of members from those that swim for fitness to National level swimmers.

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    • AUSTIN TENNIS

    • Austin Sports and Adventures

      Austin Sports and Adventures is an open league for all skill levels, but prior tennis experience is suggested. Matches will be 6-game sets or 50 minutes. The team with the most overall games at the end of the night will win the match. Match times are 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Playoffs with league trophy and shirts for championship team.

    • Austin Sports and Social Club

      Each team will play three lines of mixed doubles against their opponent. Players can play for up tot two lines in each match. Each line consists of an eight game Pro Set. At least one female per team must be on the court at all times. Each team plays six regular season games.

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    • AUSTIN ULTIMATE

    • Cosa Nostra

      Cosa Nostra is a competitive mixed club team that plays in various tournaments between June and October.

    • Moontower

      Underground is a competitive mixed club team that plays in various tournaments between June and October.

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    • AUSTIN VOLLEYBALL

    • Austin Recreation Center

      The adult volleyball leagues offer games on weekday evenings. Nightly play begins at 7:30 pm and finishes by 10:30 pm. Games are played at the Austin Recreation Center, 1301 Shoal Creek Boulevard.

    • Austin Sports and Social Club

       

      For players with volleyball skills or for players with limited or recreational volleyball skills. Six players on the court at a time, at least three mush be female. Each team plays six regular season games. Play-offs start the week after the end of the regular season. The number of teams in each league to make the play-offs varies per season.

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    • BALTIMORE BASKETBALL

    • Baltimore Women’s Basketball Open Gym

      In 2016, Morgan emailed all the women she knew in the Baltimore area and asked her local community center for a time slot for the gym. She wanted a place for women to play basketball.

      Since then, the group has grown with roughly 8-15 women showing up each Wednesday night year round. The age range is large: 16 to 50 years old, and the group skews towards beginners, although some players come with college playing experience. It’s casual, it’s fun, and a great place to hoop with some women.

      They play Wednesday nights 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the 29th Street Community Center at Barclay Elementary School (2900 Barclay Street, Baltimore, MD 21218). In hot weather, the group moves to an outdoor court. Check them out! For more information contact Morgan via email, or find them on Facebook.
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      The Baltimore Women’s Pick Up group gather for a picture after playing
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      The Baltimore Women’s Pick Up group always make sure to have fun – even when posing for a picture.

    • Baltimore Social

      Baltimore Social offers the most social and fun adult Baltimore sports leagues around.

      Co-Ed games are 5 vs 5 with at least one female player from each team on the court at all times. Games are two 20 minute halves, with one time out per half.

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    • BALTIMORE ICE HOCKEY

    • Baltimore Blizzard

      The Baltimore Blizzard Women’s Ice Hockey Club strives to provide women of all skill levels with an opportunity to play ice hockey. It is a club of women committed to the game, good sportsmanship, competition and our community. The Baltimore Blizzard consists of travel ice hockey teams and provides its members with opportunities for friendly competition with other women’s teams in the East Coast and throughout North America.

    • Ice World

      No matter what your interest or playing experience is, IceWorld has an adult hockey program to suit your needs. They have organized league play, with several divisions (A, B, C, D and Over 30, Over 40), complete with official refs, scorekeepers, and trophies.

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    • BALTIMORE MULTI-SPORT

    • Play Baltimore

      Play Baltimore has been around for over 10 years in the Baltimore area running various coed sports and ensuring people have fun, make new friends and stay in shape! Fun is valued above all else.

      Play Baltimore offers basketball, kickball, soccer, softball and ultimate frisbee.

    • Baltimore Social

      Baltimore Social offers the most social and fun adult Baltimore sports leagues around. They offer leagues in: Basketball, Bocce, Cornhole, Football, Kickball, Kan Jam, Sailing, Skeeball, Soccer, Softball and Volleyball.

    • Baltimore Adult Soccer League

      BASL provides a well-run, fun opportunity for adult soccer players of all experience levels to socialize and compete via the “Beautiful Game”. Whether you are a former college players or haven’t touched a soccer ball since you were a kid, this league is for you. By using Canton’s Bonvegna field and Utz Field at Patterson Park, BASL seeks to provide high-quality, convenient field locations for our games. With open minded and friendly staff, we look forward to working (and playing) with all of you to make sure this is the best recreational adult soccer league that Baltimore has to offer.

      Women’s teams are 11 vs 11.

      Coed teams are 11 vs. 11 and must have three women on the field at all times.

    • BALTIMORE SOCCER

    • Baltimore Social

      Baltimore Social offers the most social and fun adult Baltimore soccer leagues around. They are HUGE soccer fans who make sure all of their leagues provide the best soccer experience possible. There are certified referees for every game. Equipment is provided. Small groups and free agents are welcome. East season will last 7-8 weeks with a season champion crowned at the end of the season. The 7 vs 7 games require one woman to be on the field at all times. Games are two 20 minute halves.

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    • BALTIMORE SOFTBALL

    • Baltimore Social

      Baltimore Social offers Coed and Men’s softball in Fed Hill, Hampden and Canton. You can register as a Team, Small Group, Solo or Company/Alumni Team. Shirts, Umps, and equipment will be provided. With membership you will also have free beer parties and a chance to make it to the city championship. Games are 10 vs 10 with at least three female players on the field at once.

    • Play Baltimore

      Play Baltimore has been around for over 10 years in the Baltimore area running various coed sports and ensuring people have fun, make new friends and stay in shape! Fun is valued above all else.

      The Coed softball league requires 10 minimum players on a team with at least four women. Umpires are assigned for each game. It is a slow pitch game with a 6′-12′ arc. You must be 18 or older to play.

    • Maryland Masters

      This is a USMS program designed to help swimmers improve fitness and train for specific goals. We offer active support for a healthy lifestyle through friendship and camaraderie. Maryland Masters includes team members of all ages and skill levels.

    • BALTIMORE SWIMMING

    • North Baltimore Aquatic Club: Michael Phelps Swim School

      Michael Phelps Swimming at Meadowbrook Aquatic Center offers diverse swim programming for adults. The Michael Phelps Swim School (MPSS) is a Baltimore based, learn-to-swim and swimming development program, for all ages and abilities. swim classes include personal safety, stroke development, water sports and games, personal growth, and rescue skills. The top priority of the MPSS curriculum is to insure that each participant has an opportunity to become comfortable, confident and safe in and around the water.

    • BALTIMORE ULTIMATE

    • American Hyperbole

      American Hyperbole is a competitive mixed club team that plays in various tournaments between June and October.

       

    • Central Maryland Ultimate Association (CMUA)

      The mission of CMUA is to promote the growth and development of the sport of ultimate in the Baltimore metropolitan area by offering mixed, open, and women’s recreation leagues and tournaments, and by supporting local teams at the youth, college, and club levels.  They play at various fields in the Baltimore area.

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    • BALTIMORE VOLLEYBALL

    • Baltimore Social Volleyball League

      BSVL plays six vs six co-ed. Two women are required to be on the court for each team at all times. The league has two skill levels. The season lasts for six weeks and then there will be playoffs.

    • Baltimore Beach Volleyball

      Open to everyone, Baltimore beach is seven beach volleyball courts located at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Games are organized as two vs two, four vs four and six vs six. Games are seven nights a week. and there is drop-in play on most weekend days from spring through fall. All levels are welcome.

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    • BOSTON BASKETBALL

    • Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC)

      Founded in 1967, Boston Ski & Sports Club provided thousands of sports leagues, social events, ski trips and adventure travel for over 48,000 active professionals throughout Greater Boston. Over 45,000 people play BSSC sports annually, making BSSC the largest sports club in the greater Boston area. With year-round recreational and competitive sports leagues for active, young professionals, BSSC makes it easy to play the sport you love. Offering leagues in basketball, dodgeball, field hockey, floor hockey, flag football, kickball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee and volleyball.

      • Cost: 65 for one year new membership ($110 for two years). Current members $50 for one year, or $90 for two
      • Dates: Year Round
      • Contact: at 617-789-4070
      • Website: http://www.bssc.com
      • Location: Greater Boston Area
    • CAC Basketball

      CAC Basketball offers a 4 v 4 Women’s league. It keeps stats and streams its games online. Games are played at the Cambridge Athletic Club and at West Somerville Neighborhood School.

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    • BOSTON FIELD HOCKEY

    • Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC)

      Founded in 1967, Boston Ski & Sports Club provided thousands of sports leagues, social events, ski trips and adventure travel for over 48,000 active professionals throughout Greater Boston. Over 45,000 people play BSSC sports annually, making BSSC the largest sports club in the greater Boston area. With year-round recreational and competitive sports leagues for active, young professionals, BSSC makes it easy to play the sport you love. Offering leagues in basketball, dodgeball, field hockey, floor hockey, flag football, kickball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee and volleyball.

      • Cost: 65 for one year new membership ($110 for two years). Current members $50 for one year, or $90 for two
      • Dates: Year Round
      • Contact: at 617-789-4070
      • Website: http://www.bssc.com
      • Location: Greater Boston Area
    • Minuteman Field Hockey Club

      The Minuteman Field Hockey Club is a co-ed club that welcomes all ages and abilities for social and competitive field hockey. Men and Women play together at their indoor and outdoor games. The club currently meets weekly for pick-up games. Please bring a stick, safety equipment and appropriate footwear.

    • BOSTON ICE HOCKEY

    • New England Senior Hockey League

      There is something for everyone with the NESHL. Teams and single players are welcome and we welcome adults of all ages and abilities. The Metro Boston league spring/summer season has 16 regular games, with single elimination playoffs for all teams. The season starts in early May and ends in September. We play in several rinks in the greater Boston area, including BU, Quincy, Dedham and Canton. We welcome all skill levels (A/B/C/D) and ages range (18+/21/30/35/40/50+). Games run Monday through Thursday nights and you can choose which night to play. Game starting times run from 7 pm – 10:30 pm and are one hour long.

      • Cost: 2700-4895 for a team and $250-395 Draft player fee depending on location
      • Dates: May through September; Monday through Thursday nights
      • Website: http://www.neshl.com
      • Location: Greater Boston area
    • StinkySocks Hockey

      StinkySocks Hockey is dedicated to providing a great experience on and off the ice. Started in the Boston area in the winter of 2006 with the goal of creating an ice hockey experience that was difficult to find, a hockey game, more structured and dependable than pickup hockey, but without the nonsense (fights, disrespect, etc.) that alto often is found in other New England area hockey leagues. StinkySocks hockey games have two goalies and referees to provide the highest quality hockey experience. Benches are kept to 10 players to ensure playing time.

    • BOSTON KICKBALL

    • Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC)

      Founded in 1967, Boston Ski & Sports Club provided thousands of sports leagues, social events, ski trips and adventure travel for over 48,000 active professionals throughout Greater Boston. Over 45,000 people play BSSC sports annually, making BSSC the largest sports club in the greater Boston area. With year-round recreational and competitive sports leagues for active, young professionals, BSSC makes it easy to play the sport you love. Offering leagues in basketball, dodgeball, field hockey, floor hockey, flag football, kickball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee and volleyball.

      • Cost: 65 for one year new membership ($110 for two years). Current members $50 for one year, or $90 for two
      • Dates: Year Round
      • Contact: at 617-789-4070
      • Website: http://www.bssc.com
      • Location: Greater Boston Area
    • Social Boston Sports

      We provide our community members with an organized way to get involved in co-ed recreational sports leagues, events and adventure trips throughout Boston. Intermediate and novice leagues available with a stress on having fun. Social Boston Sports offers leagues in basketball, bowling, broomball, cornhole, dodgeball, flag football, innertube water polo, kickball, running, skeeball, soccer, softball and volleyball.

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    • BOSTON LACROSSE

    • Boston Blizzards

    • Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC)

      Founded in 1967, Boston Ski & Sports Club provided thousands of sports leagues, social events, ski trips and adventure travel for over 48,000 active professionals throughout Greater Boston. Over 45,000 people play BSSC sports annually, making BSSC the largest sports club in the greater Boston area. With year-round recreational and competitive sports leagues for active, young professionals, BSSC makes it easy to play the sport you love. Offering leagues in basketball, dodgeball, field hockey, floor hockey, flag football, kickball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee and volleyball.

      • Cost: 65 for one year new membership ($110 for two years). Current members $50 for one year, or $90 for two
      • Dates: Year Round
      • Contact: at 617-789-4070
      • Website: http://www.bssc.com
      • Location: Greater Boston Area
    • BOSTON MULTI-SPORT

    • Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC)

      Founded in 1967, Boston Ski & Sports Club provided thousands of sports leagues, social events, ski trips and adventure travel for over 48,000 active professionals throughout Greater Boston. Over 45,000 people play BSSC sports annually, making BSSC the largest sports club in the greater Boston area. With year-round recreational and competitive sports leagues for active, young professionals, BSSC makes it easy to play the sport you love. Offering leagues in basketball, dodgeball, field hockey, floor hockey, flag football, kickball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee and volleyball.

      • Cost: 65 for one year new membership ($110 for two years). Current members $50 for one year, or $90 for two
      • Dates: Year Round
      • Contact: at 617-789-4070
      • Website: http://www.bssc.com
      • Location: Greater Boston Area
    • Social Boston Sports

      We provide our community members with an organized way to get involved in co-ed recreational sports leagues, events and adventure trips throughout Boston. Intermediate and novice leagues available with a stress on having fun. Social Boston Sports offers leagues in basketball, bowling, broomball, cornhole, dodgeball, flag football, innertube water polo, kickball, running, skeeball, soccer, softball and volleyball.

    • BOSTON SOCCER

    • Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC)

      Founded in 1967, Boston Ski & Sports Club provided thousands of sports leagues, social events, ski trips and adventure travel for over 48,000 active professionals throughout Greater Boston. Over 45,000 people play BSSC sports annually, making BSSC the largest sports club in the greater Boston area. With year-round recreational and competitive sports leagues for active, young professionals, BSSC makes it easy to play the sport you love. Offering leagues in basketball, dodgeball, field hockey, floor hockey, flag football, kickball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee and volleyball.

      • Cost: 65 for one year new membership ($110 for two years). Current members $50 for one year, or $90 for two
      • Dates: Year Round
      • Contact: at 617-789-4070
      • Website: http://www.bssc.com
      • Location: Greater Boston Area
    • Greater Boston Soccer League

      The GBSL plays three seasons of great outdoor adult Co-Ed soccer in the spring, summer and fall. The outdoor league features well balanced play, experienced and qualified referees, nice fields and good clean recreationally competitive soccer. The indoor league features 7v7 play at the Edge Sports Center in Bedford. All seasons include a guaranteed eight games per team with six round-robin style followed by playoffs.

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    • BOSTON SOFTBALL

    • Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC)

      Founded in 1967, Boston Ski & Sports Club provided thousands of sports leagues, social events, ski trips and adventure travel for over 48,000 active professionals throughout Greater Boston. Over 45,000 people play BSSC sports annually, making BSSC the largest sports club in the greater Boston area. With year-round recreational and competitive sports leagues for active, young professionals, BSSC makes it easy to play the sport you love. Offering leagues in basketball, dodgeball, field hockey, floor hockey, flag football, kickball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee and volleyball.

      • Cost: 65 for one year new membership ($110 for two years). Current members $50 for one year, or $90 for two
      • Dates: Year Round
      • Contact: at 617-789-4070
      • Website: http://www.bssc.com
      • Location: Greater Boston Area
    • HUB Sports Boston

      HUB Sports Boston was founded to create the most professionally run recreational and competitive sports league in Greater Boston. It offers multiple leagues for women of all skill levels with new seasons starting every few weeks. The HUB is the fastest growing adult sports league in Greater Boston with over 800 teams and 10,000 players expected to hit the field in 2016.

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    • BOSTON SWIMMING

    • Cambridge Master’s Swim Club at Harvard

      Cambridge Masters Swim Club offers training programs for all levels of dedicated masters swimmers and triathletes. CMSC members can choose from any of our 15 workout sessions a week to achieve their training goals. Members include individuals ages 18 and over who use the program for fitness as well as training to compete at meets in New England and nationally.

      • Cost: 800 for a full year; $285 four month session; $215 three month session and $85 monthly session
      • Website: http://www.cambridgemasters.com
      • Location: Blodgett Pool at Murr Center and the Malkin Athletic Center at Harvard; sometimes at CASE pool at Boston University
    • Life Time Fitness

      The best pools, instructors and programs. Life Time Swim at Westwood has them all. Friendly, approachable instructors and coaches work with kids and adults, both beginners and competitors. Life Time Swim at Westwood features a four-lane 25 meter indoor lap pool, indoor leisure pool, outdoor swimming pool.

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    • BOSTON VOLLEYBALL

    • Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC)

      Founded in 1967, Boston Ski & Sports Club provided thousands of sports leagues, social events, ski trips and adventure travel for over 48,000 active professionals throughout Greater Boston. Over 45,000 people play BSSC sports annually, making BSSC the largest sports club in the greater Boston area. With year-round recreational and competitive sports leagues for active, young professionals, BSSC makes it easy to play the sport you love. Offering leagues in basketball, dodgeball, field hockey, floor hockey, flag football, kickball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee and volleyball.

      • Cost: 65 for one year new membership ($110 for two years). Current members $50 for one year, or $90 for two
      • Dates: Year Round
      • Contact: at 617-789-4070
      • Website: http://www.bssc.com
      • Location: Greater Boston Area
    • Boston Volleyball Association

      Founded in the summer of 1994, Boston Volleyball is dedicated to developing skilled competitive volleyball players with an advanced knowledge and a real love of the game. The focus is on development of the player to their highest potential and they offer superior coaching, competition at every level and a supportive Club practice environment.

      Boston Volleyball offers Indoor and Outdoor leagues, with 2s, 4s or 6s, which run year round for every level. The Indoor league plays in Newton South High School and the Outdoor league plays at the Mason Rice Elementary School.

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    • Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association

      The Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association (CMSA)is the largest not-for-profit gay and lesbian sports organization in the Midwest. The CMSA offers recreational and competitive level play.

    • Athletic Alliance of Chicago

      The Athletic Alliance of Chicago (AAC) is a non-profit organization that manages gay and lesbian sports league. The women’s basketball offers teams at different levels of play. Additionally, the AAC strive to provide its members an the community a social outlet to build camaraderie, a supportive environment that nurtures participants beyond the playing field. Games are played at Warren Park.

    • CHICAGO BASKETBALL

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    • CHICAGO ICE HOCKEY

    • Beverly Bombshells Women’s Ice Hockey

      Beverly Bombshells is the first Chicago women’s ice hockey club based out of the Beverly area. It is a member of the WCHL. There are two levels of play in this league. The Beverly Bombshells practice at Morgan Park Center ice.

    • MsConduct Hockey

      MsConduct Hockey is a member of the WCHL. There are four levels of play, depending on a player’s skill level. MsConduct covers the full spectrum of adult women’s hockey and welcomes all levels of play. Practices are held at the Glacier Ice Arena.

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    • CHICAGO KICKBALL

    • Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association

      The Chicago Metropolitan Sports Assocation (CMSA) is the largest not-for-profit gay and lesbian sports organization in the Midwest. It offers recreational and competitive level play. Games are played throughout Chicago.

    • Chicago Sport Social Club

      Chicago Sport is a co-ed recreational kickball league. The season includes 6 games plus single elimination playoffs. There are 10 players on the field and there must be four women players on the field at all times. Games are played at various parks around Chicago.

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    • CHICAGO LACROSSE

    • Lakeshore Lacrosse

      Lakeshore Lacrosse is a female run company for the female athlete. The vision of Lakeshore Lacrosse is to provide a medium for women to develop their skills, test their strengths, embrace sportsmanship and experience camaraderie with others who love the game. The Adult league plays year round.

      Games are played at the Hawthorne Scholastic Academy and Montrose Harbor.

    • CHICAGO SOCCER

    • Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association

      CMSA is the largest not-for-profit gay and lesbian sports organization in the Midwest. It offers recreational and competitive level play in a variety of athletic leagues throughout the year. Soccer leagues are co-ed and you must be 19 years old to compete.

      Games are played at various fields around Chicago.

    • Chicago Sport and Social Club

      Chicago Sport and Social offers several co-ed soccer leagues if soccer is your game. There are both indoor and outdoor league so you can play year round. Leagues are five vs five, six vs six, eight vs eight and eleven vs. eleven.

      Games are played at various parks and gyms throughout Chicago.

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    • CHICAGO SOFTBALL

    • Chicago Sport and Social Club

      Chicago Sport and Social softball is the best and biggest in the city with over 700 teams annually. It offers co-ed 12″ and 16″ leagues. Teams must have four female players on the field at all times. There are different levels, depending on your skill, from recreational to more serious players. You must be 21 years or older to play.

      Games are played at various locations around Chicago.

    • Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association

      CMSA is the largest not-for-profit gay and lesbian sports organization in the Midwest. It offers recreational and competitive level play in a variety of athletic leagues throughout the year. Within the various leagues, there is a women’s summer league and a women’s fall league.

      Games are played at Margate Fields.

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    • CHICAGO SWIMMING

    • Chicago Athletic Club

      Chicago Athletic Clubs offer everything from Learn to Swim to Masters classes.

      The Learn to Swim program is for those who need to develop swimming basics such as stroke form and breathing to swimmers who tire after a few lengths and need help improving their strokes.

      The Adult Beginner class is for those who are completely new to swimming or still maintain a certain fear in the water. Participants work on submerging their faces into the water, floating on their stomachs and backs and will learn proper stroke and kick techniques.

      The Adult Intermediate class is for those who are comfortable in the water and have some knowledge of swimming, but still need work on their technique. Instructor will teach freestyle with proper breathing, backstroke and breaststroke.

      The Masters program is divided into two categories. Sessions are $40 for members and $65 for non-members. Masters I is for swimmers with solid strokes and who swim for fitness, but still need technique work and are building endurance through structured workouts. Masters II is for swimmers with a strong swimming background and can swim at least 2000 meters in an hour.

      Pools are located in Evanston, Lincoln Park and West Loop. Please check the website for times at various locations.

    • Chicago Blue Dolphins

      Chicago Blue Dolphins offers adult swim lessons as well as Fast Forward Swim Training. This unique swim training is technology-enhanced and is an accelerated learning program for adult triathletes, those boosting their fitness and Masters Swimmers. It incorporates the Total Immersion drill sequence, which one must know before signing up for Fast Forward.

      The pool is located at 2222 N. Elston Ave., Chicago.

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    • CHICAGO VOLLEYBALL

    • Athletic Alliance of Chicago – Beach

      The AAC offers beach volleyball in the summer months. Games are played on Monday nights at 6:30 pm at Montrose Beach. All levels of competitors are welcome.

    • Athletic Alliance of Chicago – Indoor

      The AAC offers indoor volleyball year round. Leagues are divided by skill level. The advanced and competitive leagues play on Tuesday nights and the recreational and intermediate divisions play on Wednesday nights.

      Games are played at the Center on Halstead.

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    • DENVER BASKETBALL

    • Denver CityWide Sports

      Denver CityWide welcomes teams as well as individual players of all skill levels. There are both women’s and co-ed leagues divided by skill level.

      Games are played at various parks and facilities in Denver.

    • Play Mile High

      Play Mile High basketball leagues are either co-ed or women’s. You can sign up as a team, a small group or an individual free agent. All leagues are played inside with official referees, top notch equipment and a scorekeeper. The seasons are 8-9 weeks including an end of season league tournament.

      Games are played at various parks and facilities in Denver.

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    • DENVER BROOMBALL

    • Sports Monster Denver

      Sports Monster provides well-run leagues, tournaments and events. Broomball is a co-ed league and plays six vs six. There must be two female players on the ice at all times for both teams. There is no skating. Games are two 18 minute halves. The season consists of at least five games.

      Games are played at Big Bear Ice Arena.

    • DENVER FLAG FOOTBALL

    • Play Mile High

      Play Mile High is a very social league, and is perfect for someone looking to stay active without being too competitive. Flag Football co-ed leagues are played eight vs eight. All equipment is available at the field. Referees are included in your enrollment fee.

      Games are played at various parks and facilities in Denver.

    • Sports Monster Denver

      Sports Monster provides well-run leagues, tournaments and events that are enjoyable to all participants. You can register as an individual, as they create entirely new teams from scratch. Flag football has three levels of leagues: recreational, intermediate and competitive. It offers co-ed five vs five or seven vs seven teams. Equipment is provided.

      Games are played at various parks in Denver.

    • DENVER ICE HOCKEY

    • DENVER ICE HOCKEY

    • DU Adult Hockey

      This is a competitive hockey league with 14-26 teams divided into multiple divisions based on skill and experience. Teams play 10-20 games depending on the season.

      Games are at the Joy Burns Arena and Magness Arena.

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    • DENVER KICKBALL

    • Denver CityWide Sports

      Denver CityWide Sports plays kickball in a ten vs ten format. Teams must have at least three female players present to avoid forfeit. There is a maximum of five men and a maximum of ten women in the outfield at all times.

      Games are played at various parks around Denver.

    • Sports Monster Denver

      Sports Monster aims to provide well-run leagues, tournaments and events that are enjoyable. The kickball leagues are co-ed and play ten vs ten. There are five men and five women on the field at all times for both teams. There are seven regular season game and a playoff tournament.

      Games are played at various parks in Denver.

    • DENVER LACROSSE

    • Colorado Women’s Lacrosse Association

      This association is comprised of post-collegiate women of all ages and skill levels. The season starts in March and runs through the last Sunday in May. You can either request to join a certain group, or you can be randomly assigned to a team.

      Games are played at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park and South Suburban Parks.

    • Colorado Women’s Summer Lacrosse

      The mission of this lacrosse league is to provide organized competitive lacrosse opportunities after high school, during college, post-collegiate and for the rest of your life. Players must be 18 years old or older.

      Games are twelve vs twelve and play at 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm nightly. Sunday games are played at 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm and 6:30 pm.

      Games are played at Dick’s Sports Goods Park and David A. Lorenz Park.

    • Denver CityWide Sports

      Denver CityWide Sports welcomes teams as well as individual players of all skill levels. It offers basketball, dodgeball, flag football, kickball, softball, tennis and indoor and outdoor volleyball.

      Games are played at various locations around Denver.

    • DENVER MULTI-SPORT

    • Play Mile High

      Play Mile High is a very social league, and is perfect for someone looking to stay active without being too competitive. This is great for someone looking to meet people in a fun environment. Sports include Basketball, Flag Football, Kickball, Sand Volleyball, Soccer, Softball and Volleyball.

      Games are played at various locations around Denver.

      Prices vary according to sport.

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    • DENVER SOCCER

    • Play Mile High

      Play Mile High is a very social league and is perfect for someone looking to stay active without being too competitive. Soccer leagues are co-ed and are either six vs six, seven vs seven or eleven vs eleven. The sixes and sevens require at least two female players and the elevens require four female players.

      Games are played at various parks around Denver.

    • Sports Monster Denver

      Sports Monster provides well-run leagues, tournaments and events that are enjoyable to their participants. The soccer leagues provide recreational and competitive co-ed level leagues.

      The recreational leagues play two 25 minute halves. This is for people who just want to have fun. They didn’t play in college, maybe played in high school or are just athletic and want to play.

      The competitive leagues play two 30 minute halves. This is for the more highly skilled athletes who want to compete against the same level opponents.

      Leagues are seven vs seven with four men and three women, or eleven vs eleven with seven men and four women per team.

      Games are played at various locations in Denver.

    • DENVER SOFTBALL

    • Denver CityWide Sports

      Denver CityWide Sports offers co-ed and women’s recreational level softball. It welcomes teams as well as individual players of all skill levels, creating a haven where you can compete and play like a kid again. Teams are comprised of 10 to 20 players, 18+ years old. In the co-ed league, the male to female ratio must match and myst alternate male/female in the batting order. All leagues use the NSA pitch-height rule 6-10ft.

      Games are 55 minutes or seven complete innings.

      Games are played in various parks and facilities in Denver.

    • Play Mile High

      Play Mile High is a very social league and is perfect for someone looking to stay active without being too competitive. Softball leagues are co-ed, ten vs ten. There must be three female players on the field. There are certified umps for every game.

      Games are played in various parks and facilities in Denver.

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    • DENVER SWIMMING

    • DU Masters Swimming

      The Denver Masters Swim team is a great way to improve your fitness, have fun and take part in friendly competition. The team is one of the largest Masters Swim programs in the Rocky Mountain region. They welcome all competitive, fitness. open water/marathon and triathlon swimmers ages 18 and older. Swimmers of all abilities are welcome. The DU Masters team offers excellent coaching, swim clinics, an Olympic-sized pool and the greatest number of practices in the Denver metro area.

      Pool is at El Pomar Natatorium.

    • DENVER ULTIMATE

    • Colorado Core Ultimate

      Colorado Core Ultimate is a Denver based ultimate league, tournament and event coordinator. They host and promote a series of events in and around Denver throughout the year. They love playing frisbee, and spreading the word to encourage others to play. They also invite brand new players to the sport at any time.  They currently sponsor spring, summer, fall and even winter leagues as well as tournaments throughout the year.

    • Colorado Small Batch

      Colorado Small Batch is a competitive mixed club team that plays in various tournaments between June and October.

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    • DENVER VOLLEYBALL

    • Denver CityWide Sports

      Denver CityWide Sports offers games to players of all skill levels. There is a six vs six recreational league and a four vs four intermediate league.

      Games are played in various parks and facilities around Denver.

    • Play Mile High

      Play Mile High is a very social league, and is perfect for someone looking to stay active without being too competitive. Volleyball leagues are played co-ed six vs six. Two female players must be on the court for each team at all times during the games. There are certified referees for each and every game, and inclusion in Play Mile High special events and activities.

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    • LA BASKETBALL

    • City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

      The City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks Municipal Sports Division coordinates adult basketball leagues two seasons per year.  The minimum age for basketball is 18 years old.  There are both co-ed and women’s divisions divided by skill levels.  Current gym locations range from the San Fernando Valley to Downtown Los Angeles and Griffith Park to West Los Angeles.

    • Next Level Sports Complex

      Next Level Sports Complex has three different Women’s Leagues: Elite, Silver, and Bronze split by skill level. There are 8 weeks of games plus 2 weeks of playoffs. Games are scheduled between 7 and 9:30 on various nights. Rosters have a minimum of 7 players and a maximum of 10.

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    • LA FOOTBALL

    • City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

      There are both seven vs. seven and five vs. five flag football leagues offered.  You can sign up as an individual through the Free Agent List or as a whole team. The regular season will be about 12 games, and there will be playoffs for teams that qualify.  Games will be played on Sundays between 9am and 4pm at Eagle Rock Recreation Center.

    • Top Gun Flag Football Association

      Top Gun Flag Football is committed to providing fair but tough games, week after week, in a playing environment that is safe and fun. They offer a five vs. five Live Top Gun game format that is exciting and fast moving. They offer year-round play including league play and inter-league tournaments. A team can get 10 scheduled games during the season and 3-6 games in the inter-league tournament.  They have about 400 teams per season.

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    • LA HOCKEY

    • Ice Angeles Hockey League

      The Ice Angeles Hockey League, Inc. is an organization that focuses on providing a safe, fun and competitive adult ice hockey league.  Their goal is to become a highly recognizable ice hockey league in Southern California, and to give their players a league to help improve a healthy lifestyle and achieve their own personal resolution. There are many different leagues offered varying based on skill and desired competitiveness.

    • Lakewood Ice

      Lakewood Ice offers many different leagues year-round that vary from elite leagues to rookie leagues. Leagues are 16 games long, and are open to any gender.

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    • LA KICKBALL

    • Planet Social Sports

      Planet Social Sports started in Los Angeles in the Spring of 2007, with the purpose of bringing adults together in a social environment to play sports, meet people and have fun. Kickball leagues are co-ed ten vs. ten.

    • Urban Sports LA (USLA)

      USLA is an LA-based social sports, activity, and wellness league created for young professionals in the Los Angeles metro area.  Based in Los Angeles, their mission is to build a strong community of young, working professionals of social sports and activities while giving back to the community.  Kickball leagues are co-ed ten vs. ten with a minimum of 3 girls on the field. Games are 7 innings or one hour long. You are guaranteed 8 games which includes playoffs.

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    • LA LACROSSE

    • OC Shore Lacrosse Club

      OC Shore is a relatively new post-collegiate women’s lacrosse club but they are quickly growing in stature and reputation based out of Orange County. Players come from all backgrounds and ages, while most players have played at the collegiate level, the common bond is a love for lacrosse.  OC Shore participates in tournaments including, SD Jam by the Sea, Tahoe, and Lax Vegas and local games and play days against other post collegiate teams and local universities.

    • LA MUTLI-SPORT

    • Urban Sports LA (USLA)

      USLA is an LA-based social sports, activity, and wellness league created for young professionals in the Los Angeles metro area. Their mission is to build a strong community of young, working professionals of social sports and activities while giving back to the community.  They offer cornhole, kickball, flag football, volleyball, and soccer.

    • ZogSports

      ZogSports is all about being active and interactive. They want to make it easy for people to get together and play, on and off the field, with a perfect balance of good fun, good sportsmanship and an opportunity to give something back and spread the love.  They offer basketball, bowling, dodgeball, football, kickball, soccer, softball, and volleyball.

    • LA SOCCER

    • City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

      City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks offers two adult soccer seasons per year for men and women. Their goal is to make each of the participants’ experience be their ultimate soccer experience. To meet their goal, they offer 8 different leagues to suit your skill level ranging from beginner to semi-pro. The leagues take place at a variety of recreation centers/soccer fields and on various days and times. They welcome teams and individual players.

    • Long Beach Women’s Soccer League (LBWSL)

      LBWSL is an open division for anyone over the age of 18 outside of the Long Beach area.  They have both fall and spring leagues.

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    • LA SOFTBALL

    • City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

      Their softball program offers an excellent recreational opportunity for the adults of the City of Los Angeles ranging from ages 18 years and older. The emphasis is placed on healthful competition in a recreational atmosphere. Their leagues are organized, conducted, and administered by a professional staff with expertise in league formation and equal competition. You can sign up a whole team, or sign up as a free agent. The regular season is typically 12 games plus playoffs for qualifying teams.

    • Greater Los Angeles Softball Association (GLASA)

      GLASA is a gay and lesbian slowpitch softball league committed to providing an opportunity for both gay and non-gay participants to compete in an environment conducive to the gay community. They provide an organization for gay and lesbian people residing in the Greater Los Angeles area to participate in an organized league, whether you are a beginner or a very experienced player.  In addition to their two seasons of play, they also hold developmental clinics for the less experienced players to gain the basic skills before each season.  There are separate women’s and men’s leagues in both the summer and winter.

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    • LA SWIMMING

    • Masters Swimming

      Masters Swimming has hundreds of locations in the LA and Greater LA Area that are easily searchable by zip code.

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    • Next Level Sports Complex

      Next Level Sports Complex offers indoor co-ed and women’s volleyball leagues year-round. The leagues are 8-weeks long plus playoffs. Rosters are a minimum of 6 players.

    • LA VOLLEYBALL

    • City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

      Volleyball leagues are all co-ed with varying divisions based on skill level.  Games are played at various locations in the area. Matches have a time limit of 50 minutes, and you play 2 games per match.

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    • MADISON BASKETBALL

    • Madison School & Community Recreation

      Participants in the league must be at least 18 years of age and no longer attending high school.  Women’s leagues are offered on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Players may play multiple nights, but are limited to only one team per night.  Competition is a key ingredient in this program, but rules strive to make games fun and a reflection of good sportsmanship. Games are played at various gyms in Madison.

    • Madison Sports and Social Club

      The Madison Sports and Social Club seeks to connect individuals who desire to participate in various sports-related activities and social events. Whether you are looking to participate in one of their leagues, or want to meet people in a more relaxed social setting, you can turn to this club to meet others who have a similar passion for your favorite sport or activity. Basketball leagues are co-ed five vs. five, and you are guaranteed 6 regular season games plus playoffs.

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    • MADISON FOOTBALL

    • Madison Sports and Social Club

      The Madison Sports and Social Club seeks to connect individuals who desire to participate in various sports-related activities and social events. Whether you are looking to participate in one of their leagues, or want to meet people in a more relaxed social setting, you can turn to this club to meet others who have a similar passion for your favorite sport or activity. Flag Football leagues are co-ed six vs. six and split into 3 divisions based on skill level. Games are played at various parks in Madison.

    • MADISON HOCKEY

    • Madison Thunder Women’s Hockey

      Madison Thunder, a women’s ice hockey team in Madison, Wisconsin, has been around for more than 16 years. They play against other teams within the Women’s Central Hockey League. They play at the Hartmeyer Ice Arena.

    • Sun Prairie Ice Incorporated- Rage Hockey Club

      The Sun Prairie Rage is a Woman’s Hockey Club for women ages 18+.  They play in the Women’s Central Hockey League with teams from Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Michigan. The Sun Prairie Rage has three teams: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced (Green, Blue, and White levels in the WCHL).  More specific information about the various leagues is on their website.  Seasons have approximately 15-20 games scheduled on weekends, with one practice during the week. Games and practices are played at the Sun Prairie Ice Arena.

    • MADISON KICKBALL

    • Madison School and Community Recreation

      Kickball leagues are coed, with a minimum of 12 players, 6 men and 6 women, needed in order to register. There is no maximum amount of players that can be on a single team.  Individual players may play on multiple teams, but are limited to only one team per night. Each league consists of 6-8 teams per league and plays on the same night each week. Teams sign up for a specific day of play at registration. Teams may only sign up for one league per night, but are welcome to register and pay for as many nights as desired.  Team fees cover the cost of field use & preparation, one umpire/game, balls, and other equipment necessary. The season begins late-May and runs for 9 weeks, with the first seven weeks considered the regular season. Games are played at various parks in Madison.

    • Madison Sports and Social Club

      The Madison Sports and Social Club seeks to connect individuals who desire to participate in various sports-related activities and social events. Whether you are looking to participate in one of their leagues, or want to meet people in a more relaxed social setting, you can turn to this club to meet others who have a similar passion for your favorite sport or activity.  Kickball leagues are co-ed ten vs. ten, and are split into two divisions based on skill level. Games are played at Demetral Field.

    • MADISON MULTI-SPORT

    • Madison School & Community Recreation

      MSCR will enhance the quality of life for individuals by providing recreation and enrichment opportunities year-round that are accessible to all.  They offer basketball, kickball, softball, and volleyball leagues.

    • Madison Sports and Social Club

      The Madison Sports and Social Club seeks to connect individuals who desire to participate in various sports-related activities and social events. Whether you are looking to participate in one of their leagues, or want to meet people in a more relaxed social setting, you can turn to this club to meet others who have a similar passion for your favorite sport or activity.  They offer basketball, broomball, dodgeball, flag football, kickball, softball, and volleyball.

    • MADISON SOCCER

    • Break Away Sports Center

      Break Away Sports is committed to quality soccer and service. Break Away believes that good character is the foundation on which good soccer is played and good business is conducted. These principles include being responsible and respecting the game by coaches, spectators, parents and players.  Break Away organizes many leagues for their customers, but competition is not all about winning, but enjoying the social game and extending personal limits.  They offer various women’s and co-ed leagues based upon age, skill level, and nights available.  Games are played in various locations in Madison.

    • KEVA Sports Center

      KEVA offers state-of-the-art turf fields, and draws over 300,000 people to its facility each year. They offer many different women’s and co-ed leagues that are either seven vs. seven or eleven vs. eleven and outdoor or indoor. There are also both premier and open divisions.

    • MADISON SOFTBALL

    • Madison School & Community Recreation

      Softball leagues are either co-ed or women’s with the choice of fast or slow pitch.  You are guaranteed a total of 10 games per league. Games are played at various parks in Madison.

    • Madison Sports and Social Club

      The Madison Sports and Social Club seeks to connect individuals who desire to participate in various sports-related activities and social events. Whether you are looking to participate in one of their leagues, or want to meet people in a more relaxed social setting, you can turn to this club to meet others who have a similar passion for your favorite sport or activity.  Softball leagues are co-ed ten vs. ten, and are split into two divisions based on skill level.  Games are played at Goodman Park.

    • MADISON SWIMMING

    • West Side Swim Club

      West Side Swim Club offers adult swim times in their outdoor pool on Monday- Friday from 6 am – 8 am, Monday- Friday from 1- 1:30 pm, and Weekends 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.

    • Madison School & Community Recreation- Masters Swimming

      The Masters swim program is designed to provide a structured workout environment for swimmers of any fitness and skill level. Derek Scheer provides workouts varying from emphasizing endurance and building fitness to speed work and stroke development.  Participants should be able to swim 500 yards non-stop.  Practices are at West High School.

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    • MADISON VOLLEYBALL

    • KEVA Sports Center

      KEVA offers state-of-the-art turf fields, and draws over 300,000 people to its facility each year.  Volleyball leagues are women’s or co-ed six vs six and four vs four, and are split between three skill divisions.  Indoor leagues are offered year-round, while sand leagues run in the summer and fall.

    • Madison Sports and Social Club

      The Madison Sports and Social Club seeks to connect individuals who desire to participate in various sports-related activities and social events. Whether you are looking to participate in one of their leagues, or want to meet people in a more relaxed social setting, you can turn to this club to meet others who have a similar passion for your favorite sport or activity.  Volleyball leagues are played in the sand in the spring and summer, and indoors in the winter.  The leagues are co-ed six vs. six, and you are guaranteed 6 regular season games plus 2 weeks of playoffs.  Games are played at various parks and facilities in Madison.

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    • MINNEAPOLIS BASKETBALL

    • Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board

      There are separate women’s and men’s leagues both split into two divisions based on skill level. Each league is played five vs five, full court, and you are guaranteed at least 10 games.

      Games are played at various parks and gams in Minneapolis.

    • Sabes JCC Minneapolis

      The women’s adult basketball league is designed for players 18 years and older who would like to continue playing competitive basketball. Games are 40 minutes long (20 minute halves). There are four competitive levels, A, B, C and Legend’s league for women 40+, which is semi-competitive. Level A is the most competitive and the level C is the least competitive. Players that are registering as individuals will be placed on a team waitlist. If there are enough waitlist players to form a team, that will be the first option. If teams need a player, we will notify the individual highest on the waitlist.

      Games are played at the Jewish Community Center of Minneapolis.

    • National Sports Center

      This league is USA Broomball sanctioned with games played on Thursday nights. The winter season has 10 regular season games, plus two guaranteed playoff games. The spring season has six regular season games, plus one guaranteed playoff game.

      Games are played at Schwan Super Rink.

    • MINNEAPOLIS BROOMBALL

    • Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board

      Broomball is played in either a co-ed league or a women’s league with at least six regular season games. Games are played six vs six or eight vs eight. The equipment need to pay includes a hockey helmet with face mask for the goalie, a game ball (Baden 332), jerseys, jackets, or some form of distinguishing marking and brooms.

      Games are played at various rink locations.

    • MINNEAPOLIS FOOTBALL

    • National Sports Center – Flag

      This league is an open division and is split into three different sessions. Teams are guaranteed seven games for Session I and eight games for Session II or III, with game times at 9 pm, 10 pm or 11 pm.

      Games are played at the National Sports Center Sports Hall

    • Cities Sports Connection – Touch

      CSC offers both indoor and outdoor touch football leagues. The year is divided into four seasons. Teams are co-ed six vs six, with at least two female players on the field from each team. CSC offers two different levels of play. Recreational is composed of player with average to decent skill proficiency and game knowledge. The focus at the recreational level is on evenly matched games and great sportsmanship. Intermediate level is for players with higher skills. The majority of the players have solid to good skill proficiency and game knowledge.

    • MINNEAPOLIS ICE HOCKEY

      • Cost: 50 USA Hockey membership required for all leagues.
    • Adult Hockey Association

      Minnesota’s premier amateur adult hockey association for mens and women. The mission is twofold: to provide instruction to adults who want to learn to play hockey, and to foster safe, fun competition for adults who want to play no-check hockey. All of the on-ice programs require participants to wear full equipment including helmet and face shield, elbow pads, gloves, breezers, shin guards and skates. All programs are non-checking. There is a beginner program as well as league play.

      Games are played at the St. Louis Park Rec Center, Richfield, Highland Arena, Breck and Braemar.

    • Hockey Finder Hockey League

      This league is designed to make the game of hockey more fun. It encourages friendly play in a less competitive environment and promotes a more social atmosphere. Players sign up as individuals and based on their skill level, balanced teams are randomly created. This league is a great alternative of compliment to more competitive leagues and is the perfect place for those looking for a more organized game versus pickup or open hockey.

      Games are played at St. Louis Park, North Metro, South Metro, East Metro, St. Cloud, Duluth and Rochester.

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    • MINNEAPOLIS KICKBALL

    • Cities Sports Connection

      CSC offers kickball for two levels of players. The games are ten vs ten and each team must have four female athletes on the field at all times. The seasons are 7-10 games long and there are paid umpires for all league games.

    • Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board

      This is a co-ed kickball team. Rosters should have at least 11 people on them, and no more than 20. Each team is guaranteed seven regular season games.

      Games are played at Rec Marshall Terrace, Bryn Mawr, and Painter Park.

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    • MINNEAPOLIS LACROSSE

    • Homegrown Lacrosse

      This league offers a fun, safe and structured environment where adult players of all ages and skill can compete, develop their game and stay connected with teammates and friends. There are separate women’s and men’s leagues.

      Homegrown Lacrosse players in Minnetonka and St. Paul.

    • National Sports Center

      This is a very casual pick-up league. Games are played with five runners plus a goalie per side with box goals. The league is self-officiated; however, there are field lacrosse stick checking rules, equal pressure body checking only, no take-out checks, and no offsides.

      Games are played at the Sport Expo Center.

    • MINNEAPOLIS SOCCER

    • Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board – Outdoor

      This is a co-ed outdoor soccer league that plays either six vs six or eleven vs eleven. Games are played at Parade Stadium and at the Neiman Sports Complex.

    • National Sports Center

      National Sports Center offers different soccer leagues at different times of the year. In the fall,  you can join a six vs six co-ed team that is played outdoors on Sundays (scheduled around Vikings games). Each team will be guaranteed six games, 50 minutes in length divided into two 25 minute halves. The fall league runs from August through October.

      Three indoor sessions are available from November to April. There are both women’s and co-ed team sand games are six vs six. Games are 50 minutes with 8 games guaranteed.

      In the summer there is an eleven vs eleven league. Games are at either 5 pm and 6:45 pm and each team will be guaranteed seven games. Games are 80  minutes in length (40 minute halves). There re two co-ed leagues (upper and lower division).

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    • MINNEAPOLIS SOFTBALL

    • Cities Sports Connection

      CSC offers co-ed and women’s leagues in softball. Seasons run April – June, June – August and August – October. There are 10 members on each team. At least four must be women.

    • Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board

      Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board offers both co-ed and women’s leagues for softball. Leagues are separated into three divisions based on skill level. There are six week, eight week and twelve week leagues offered. Games are played in various parks in Minneapolis.

    • MINNEAPOLIS SWIMMING

    • Downtown YWCA – Minneapolis

      Master swim precuts are Monday through Friday from 11:40 am – 12:30 pm.

    • Downtown YWCA – St. Paul

      This Masters Swim team is free with the YWCA membership. There is also a non-member fee available. Practices are Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 am – 10:30 am and 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm and Sunday 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm.

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    • MINNEAPOLIS VOLLEYBALL

    • Cowboy Jack’s Sand Volleyball

      Teams will be scheduled for a possible 8 weeks of matches with 6 weeks of regular play and two weeks of playoffs (seeded double elimination tournament, spots determined by total points scored during weeks of regular play). Games could be played on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday nights, with the game times ranging between 6:15 pm and 9:15 pm. There are both competitive and fun leagues. The winning team of each league night will be awarded a $200 gift card and Championship t-shirts.

      For more check out the Facebook page for Cowboy Jack’s in Woodbury.

    • Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board – Indoor

      Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board offers both co-ed and women’s leagues for indoor volleyball. Leagues are separated into three divisions based on skill level. Games are six vs six and you are guaranteed at least 10 games per season. Games are played at various recreation centers throughout Minneapolis.

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    • NY BASKETBALL

    • Ladies Who Hoop

      Founded by Amber Batchelor in 2015, LadiesWhoHoop (“LWH”) is a nonprofit organization that empowers women of all ages through the game of basketball. The LWH community consists of hundreds of women, spanning four generations, who share a common love of the game. From September through June, they play consistently at the Joan of Arc Junior High School (154 West 93rd Street in NYC – between Amsterdam & Columbus Ave) every Thursday from 7:00 p.m. – 8:45 p.m, except on school holidays. From late June to mid September, LWH runs Sundays outdoor at the GOAT courts located at W 99th Street & Amsterdam Ave. All detailed schedule information can be found on their website.

      LWH also hosts a women’s basketball tournament called the LWH Summer Classic, and Future LWH – a unique all–girls youth program that provides enrichment opportunities and basketball instruction from an all–female coaching staff. LWH programs hope to change community perspectives on women’s sports and influence people of all ages – male and female – to regard women’s athletics as equal and relevant.

      You can check out their website, join their Meetup group, or follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for more information.

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    • New York Urban Professionals Athletic League

      NY Urban Professionals Athletic League is filled with great women who love the game, the camaraderie and friendly competition. You must hold a professional position. There are 30 teams and four divisions of competition within the league.

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    • NY ICE HOCKEY

    • Lasker Rink

      Lasker Rink, co-ed leagues are 18 years and older, non check and zero tolerance. Their reputation is based on clean, competitively matched divisions all within a beautiful outdoor backdrop. Games are played on designated nights for each division. A 12 game season involves two referees and scorekeeper for each game. Games are three 15 minute periods. Game jerseys are supplied to each team and every team makes the first round of playoffs in their division. Standing and stats are kept and can be viewed on the website. USA Hockey and modified house rules apply. Goaltenders play free. Full equipment and cages or shields are mandatory.

    • Sky Rink Chelsea Piers

      The New York landmark venue feathers two rinks, over 100 adult hockey teams, and instructional programs with more than 1,500 participants. Boasting one of the nation’s most comprehensive adult hockey programs, Sky Rink offers ice hockey players of all levels the opportunity to play year-round. The Sky Rink Adult Hockey Leagues are divided into 13 divisions based on the skill level of the players and the team. teams play 5-on-5 plus a goalie for three 15-minute periods. The leagues operate under the rules and regulations of the USA Hockey Authority/Sky Rink Adult Hockey Rules.

    • NY KICKBALL

    • NYC Social Sports Club

      The NYC Social Sports Club (NYCSSC) is a Co-Ed league. Over 10,000 members participate each year in full seasons of soccer, kickball, beach volleyball, skeeball, bocce, bowling, mini golf, dodgeball, broom ball, flag football, ultimate frisbee and inner tube water polo. They offer activities like team trivia, card games and scavanger hunts. Each league has a sponsor bar where players meet for drinks. NYCSSC also donates to charities by holding flip cup tournaments at bars.

    • Zog Sports

      Zog Sports is a Co-Ed club that combines athletic, social and charitable opportunities. Targeting young professionaly, Zog has leagues in basketball, bowling, dodgeball, football, floor hockey, kickball, soccer, softball, volleyball and wiffle ball. Happy hours are also organized so players can mingle with other teams after games. Each team picks a charity to play for and donate to their cause.

    • NY LACROSSE

    • Central NYC Lacrosse

      Central NYC is  post collegiate lacrosse team that resides in NYC. They have practices weekly in Central Park and go to tournaments around the country. Weekly practices include plyometrics, sprints and core workouts. they also keep in shape via group runs with a coach and gym workouts with a personal trainer. they travel to tournaments at least four times a year and participate in a spring and fall league. US Lacrosse Membership is require to participate in all tournaments, scrimmages and games. All skill levels are welcome.

      • Cost: 5.00 membership fee; $50 US Lacrosse Membership; $5.00 yearly fee
      • Dates: Year round
      • Website: http://centrallacrossenyc.com
      • Location: Manhattan
    • Gotham Women’s Lacrosse

      Gotham Women’s Lacrosse is a young club started by women who want to continue with their love of lacrosse. Please reach out to them through their website to hear more.

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    • NY MULTI-SPORT LEAGUES

    • NYC Social Sports Club

      The NYC Social Sports Club (NYCSSC) is a Co-Ed league. Over 10,000 members participate each year in full seasons of soccer, kickball, beach volleyball, skeeball, bocce, bowling, mini golf, dodgeball, broom ball, flag football, ultimate frisbee and inner tube water polo. They offer activities like team trivia, card games and scavanger hunts. Each league has a sponsor bar where players meet for drinks. NYCSSC also donates to charities by holding flip cup tournaments at bars.

    • Play Big Apple

      New York City based sports and social club with an emphasis on the social side. Sports include: beach volleyball, indoor volleyball, kickball, dodgeball, soccer, softball, basketball, bocce, skeeball and flag football. The leagues are well organized and a way for people to meet other people in a low intensity environment.

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    • NY SOCCER

    • Gotham Soccer League

      One of New York City’s most competitive leagues. They offer a women’s 8v8 league at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Games are 48 minutes long, with 24 minute halves.

    • Metro Soccer NY

      Quality divisions for all levels of play on co-ed teams. May enter as a whole team or as an individual player.

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    • NY SOFTBALL

    • New York City Softball

      NYC Softball League is a proud member of the Ultimate Rec Sports Network and serves young adults living in NYC. Our league exists to offer an organized and fun softball experience for co-ed teams. They run three seasons per year (and do not play in the winter, and play most of the games at Manhattan ballfields or Randall’s Island. It is a slow-pitch league with a slight arc in the pitch.

    • Central Park Softball

      Central Park Softball is a Co-Ed league starting in June with games being played in Central Park. This league is perfect for team building, socializing, and maximizing happy hours. The games are completed earlier allowing teams to spend more time socializing after their games, building team spirit and making new friends. There are three co-ed options to choose from: Smoking Summer Saturdays (14 games),  Great Apple Sundays (16 games) and Happy Hour Division (6 games on Tuesdays or Thursdays at 4:30 pm).

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    • NY SWIMMING

    • AGUA Masters

      AGUA Masters is among the fastest growing Masters team in the country, now with more than 200 registered members. AGUA is a part of the Metro Local Masters Swimming Committees and is governed by the United States Masters Swimming. All swimmers must be registered with USMS to practice with AGUA Masters. Registration forms are available from the coach as are forms if you are transferring from another club.

      • Cost: 165/10 sessions with punch card. Other options available.
      • Website: http://www.aguamasters.org
      • Location: Asphalt Green, Manhattan and Battery Park City, Manhattan
    • Red Tide Masters Swimming

      Red Tide masters swim team is a community of athletes with a passion for the water. A New York City masters team for over twenty years, Red Tide prices itself on the many walks of life that comprise our membership, from novice swimmers to USMS national and world titleholders as well as runners, cyclists and triathletes. Members are locally based to globetrotting professionals who enjoy the camaraderie and competition that are part of Red Tide.

    • NY ULTIMATE

    • Bent

      Bent is a competitive women’s club team that plays in various tournaments between June and October.

    • Brooklyn Book Club

      Brooklyn Book Club is a competitive women’s club team that plays in various tournaments between June and October.

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    • NY VOLLEYBALL

    • Big City Volleyball

      New York City’s #1 source for everything volleyball! Indoor and beach co-ed leagues, women’s leagues, tournaments and open weekend play.

    • Gotham Volleyball

      Gotham Volleyball is the largest gay sports organization in New York City. Our members are primarily gay and lesbian but we also welcome individuals who are bisexual, transgender and straight. The mission of Gotham Volleyball is to improve the quality of life for GLBTQ individuals by building community through the sports of volleyball training and competition in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Several times a year we hold fundraising tournaments in which we donate proceeds to carious organizations in our community as part of our organization’s community focus. League play is co-ed and uses men’s height nets.

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    • PHILLY BASKETBALL

    • Philly Sport and Social Club

      Philly Sport and Social Club is the area’s largest provider of recreational sports leagues, premier social events and local social networking. With over 20,000 annual participants, the Philly Sport and Social Club is a great place to meet and compete with active young professionals all over the city. Their number one priority is giving you places to play your favorite sports and places to meet up with new and old friends every day of the week. Women’s basketball leagues are played five vs. five.

    • Philadelphia Sports Network

      PSN leagues are all about having fun and are a great way to meet new people and network, all while playing sports in downtown Philadelphia.  With tons of different leagues, there is something for everyone.  You can sign up with a team of friends and co-workers, or by yourself. Basketball leagues are women’s five vs. five, and you are guaranteed 7 weeks of play. Games are played at various facilities in Philadelphia.

    • PHILLY FOOTBALL

    • Philly Sport and Social Club

      Philly Sport and Social Club is the area’s largest provider of recreational sports leagues, premier social events and local social networking. With over 20,000 annual participants, the Philly Sport and Social Club is a great place to meet and compete with active young professionals all over the city. Their number one priority is giving you places to play your favorite sports and places to meet up with new and old friends every day of the week. Flag football leagues are co-ed eight vs. eight or five vs. five, and you are guaranteed 6-7 games plus a playoff tournament. Games are played at various parks in Philadelphia.

    • Philadelphia Sports Network

      PSN leagues are all about having fun and are a great way to meet new people and network, all while playing sports in downtown Philadelphia.  With tons of different leagues, there is something for everyone.  You can sign up with a team of friends and co-workers, or by yourself. Flag football leagues are co-ed seven vs. seven, and you are guaranteed 7 weeks of play. Games are played at various parks in Philadelphia.

    • PHILLY HOCKEY

    • Penn Ice Rink

      The Penn Ice Rink has three different adult hockey leagues: B, C, and Novice. You can sign up as a team or as an individual. Seasons are 20 games long plus one playoff game, and are refereed by certified officials.

    • Philly Sport and Social Club

      Philly Sport and Social is the area’s largest provider of recreational sports leagues, premier social events and local social networking. With over 20,000 annual participants, the Philly Sport and Social Club is a great place to meet and compete with active young professionals all over the city. Their number one priority is giving you places to play your favorite sports and places to meet up with new and old friends every day of the week. Floor hockey leagues are co-ed six vs. six or five vs. five, and you are guaranteed 7 regular season games along with a playoff tournament. Games are played at Houston Playground (Andorra) and Fishtown Rec Center.

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    • PHILLY KICKBALL

    • Philly Sport and Social Club

      Philly Sport and Social Club is the area’s largest provider of recreational sports leagues, premier social events and local social networking. With over 20,000 annual participants, the Philly Sport and Social Club is a great place to meet and compete with active young professionals all over the city. Their number one priority is giving you places to play your favorite sports and places to meet up with new and old friends every day of the week. Kickball leagues are co-ed ten vs. ten, and you are guaranteed 6-7 regular season games along with a playoff tournament. Games are played at various parks in Philadelphia.

    • Philadelphia Sports Network

      PSN leagues are all about having fun and are a great way to meet new people and network, all while playing sports in convenient downtown Philadelphia.  With tons of different leagues, there is something for everyone.  You can sign up with a team of friends and co-workers, or by yourself.  Kickball leagues are co-ed ten vs. ten, and you are guaranteed 7 weeks of play. Games are played at various facilities in Philadelphia.

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    • PHILLY LACROSSE

    • Philly Women’s Lacrosse League

      This league is open to recent high school graduates, current college players, or former college players of any level, and all are welcome to play in summer and off-season events. Their top priority is to provide competitive, fun and safe games for all of their league members. They play at Haverford College, the Shipley School, and Bryn Mawr College.

    • PHILLY MULTI-SPORT

    • Philly Sport and Social Club

      Philly Sport and Social Club is the area’s largest provider of recreational sports leagues, premier social events and local social networking. With over 20,000 annual participants, the Philly Sport and Social Club has become the place to meet and compete with active young professionals all over the city. Their number one priority is giving you places to play your favorite sports and places to meet up with new and old friends every day of the week.  They offer basketball, cornhole, dodgeball, floor hockey, football, kickball, soccer, softball, and volleyball.

    • Philadelphia Sports Network

      PSN leagues are all about having fun and are a great way to meet new people and network, all while playing sports in downtown Philadelphia.  With tons of different leagues, there is something for everyone.  You can sign up with a team of friends and co-workers, or by yourself. They offer basketball, bowling, broomball, cornhole, dodgeball, field hockey, flag football, floor hockey, kickball, soccer, softball, tennis, ultimate frisbee, and volleyball.

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    • PHILLY SOFTBALL

    • Philly Sport and Social Club

      Philly Sport and Social Club is the area’s largest provider of recreational sports leagues, premier social events and local social networking. With over 20,000 annual participants, the Philly Sport and Social Club is a great place to meet and compete with active young professionals all over the city. Their number one priority is giving you places to play your favorite sports and places to meet up with new and old friends every day of the week. Softball leagues are co-ed ten vs. ten, and you are guaranteed 6-10 regular season games along with a playoff tournament. Games are played at various parks in Philly.

    • Philadelphia Sports Network

      PSN leagues are all about having fun and are a great way to meet new people and network, all while playing sports in convenient downtown Philadelphia.  With tons of different leagues, there is something for everyone.  You can sign up with a team of friends and co-workers, or by yourself.  The volleyball leagues are co-ed ten vs. ten, and you are guaranteed 4-7 weeks of play.

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    • Valley Forge Masters Swim Team

      During the week, members swim at various locations, but on Sundays the VFM Team hosts a morning workout. During the summer months the practices are held at the Upper Main Line Y in their outdoor 50 meter pool. From October to May, the Sunday workouts are held at Villanova University. The swimming abilities of their members varies from former Division I collegiate swimmers to recreational lap swimmers to triathlon training.

    • Greater Philadelphia Aquatic Club

      GPAC Masters Swimming is a team providing coached practices for swimmers of all levels. From the beginner to the experienced swimmer, there is a place for you on their team with how they provide an inviting atmosphere that brings motivation to each training session. Their goal is to achieve individual goals through the support and structure of the team.  The practices are 5:30-7:00 am on Monday’s, Wednesday’s, and Friday’s. They swim at Gloucester County Institute of Technology.

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    • PHILLY VOLLEYBALL

    • Philly Sport and Social Club

      Philly Sport and Social Club is the area’s largest provider of recreational sports leagues, premier social events and local social networking. With over 20,000 annual participants, the Philly Sport and Social Club is a great place to meet and compete with active young professionals all over the city. Their number one priority is giving you places to play your favorite sports and places to meet up with new and old friends every day of the week. Volleyball leagues are co-ed 6v6, and you are guaranteed 7 regular season games along with a playoff tournament. Games are played at various facilities in the Philly area.

    • Philadelphia Sports Network

      PSN Leagues are all about having fun and are a great way to meet new people and network, all while playing sports in convenient downtown Philadelphia.  With tons of different leagues, there is something for everyone, and you can sign up with a team of friends and co-workers, or by yourself.  The volleyball leagues are co-ed 6v6, and you are guaranteed 6-7 weeks of play. Games are held at various facilities in Philadelphia.

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    • PORTLAND BASKETBALL

    • Mittleman Jewish Community Center

      MJCC offers a summer co-ed five vs. five basketball league with one woman required on the court at a time.  They also have organized adult drop-in basketball where you can join MJCC members and guests for organized adult drop-in play. Women’s Drop-In Basketball is every Wednesday from 8:30 – 9:30 am.

    • Portland Basketball

      Portland Basketball offers both women and co-ed leagues along with recreational, intermediate, and competitive divisions. You can register a full team, or sign up as an individual through Pick-to-Play.  There are leagues offered every day of the week, and are played at various gyms in Portland.  Portland Basketball also has a no cancellation policy which allows all games to be played even if you are short players due to their database of people they can contact to come play in the game if need be.

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    • PORTLAND FOOTBALL

    • Underdog Sports Leagues

      Underdog Sports Leagues is an adult co-ed, recreational sports league that was started with a simple idea: provide laid back leagues for everyday players that are safe, fair, and fun.  In their minds, you don’t need to be good at sports to have fun playing sports.  Flag football leagues are year-round, co-ed eight vs. eight, and are played at various parks and schools in Portland.  The season consists of 6 games in the regular season plus a playoff tournament, with each game being 60 minutes each.

    • PORTLAND HOCKEY

    • Mittleman Jewish Community Center- Gym/Floor

      Gym Hockey is played in a gymnasium using plastic sticks, a felt puck, and sneakers. Friendly pick-up games offered twice a week and open to adults of all ages. Gym hockey has all the passing and teamwork of hockey but without the danger. There is no contact (no checking) and the sticks or pucks won’t hurt you. Games are played on Mondays and Wednesdays, 7:00 – 9:00 pm, and occasional Saturdays.

    • Sherwood Ice Arena

      The Sherwood Ice Arena Adult Hockey League is dedicated to providing players of all skill levels a safe place to play where the focus is on fun and sportsmanship with equal playing time for all players. The SIA hockey league stresses equal play at all levels of competition. Teams are continually scouted throughout the season. Based on management’s assessment, your team will be matched up with other teams of equal ability to ensure a fun and challenging experience. All games are played at the Sherwood Ice Arena throughout the week, depending on the division.  There are fall, summer, and winter leagues available, and consist of about 15 games per season plus playoffs (10 for the summer league). There are also 9 divisions offered based on age and skill level.

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    • PORTLAND KICKBALL

    • Recesstime Sports Leagues

      Recesstime Sports Leagues offers both slow and fast pitch leagues on many different days of the week. You are guaranteed 10 regular season games plus playoffs. You can join as an individual, create a new team, or join an existing team. Leagues are run year-round.

    • Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

      Kickball leagues are co-ed, with 10-20 players on the roster.  You are guaranteed 8 league games.

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    • PORTLAND LACROSSE

    • Lacrosse Northwest

      Lacrosse Northwest is thrilled to be the only company to offer our current collegiate and post-collegiate athletes a place to play lacrosse.  Their summer field leagues have grown to 18 adult teams deep including Men’s Novice, Intermediate, Open, Masters, Women’s Open, and Coed Lacrosse.  Indoor leagues run on Sundays at Indoor Goals in Beaverton, OR.  Co-ed leagues are played with women’s rules.  The equipment needed is mouth guard, goggles, women’s stick, turf shoes/sneakers, LAXNW reversible jersey, although there are extra sticks and goggles on site.

    • PORTLAND MULTI-SPORT

    • Reccesstime Sports Leagues

      In 2005, Northwest Kickball, Portland Co-ed Adult Dodgeball, and Red Ball bowling joined to become Recess Time Sports Leagues where they created the largest sports and social league in Portland, Oregon. Recesstime Sports Leagues now offers bowling, dodgeball, kickball, ping pong, and mushball (softball).

    • Underdog Sports Leagues

      Underdog Sports Leagues is an adult co-ed, recreational sports league that was started with a simple idea: provide laid back leagues for everyday players that are safe, fair, and fun.  In their minds, you don’t need to be good at sports to have fun playing sports.  They offer bowling, cornhole, dodgeball, flag football, kickball, softball, and volleyball.

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    • PORTLAND SOCCER

    • Hillsboro United Soccer Leagues (HUSL)

      HUSL provides several divisions of coed teams in the greater Washington County area primary use of artificial turf and grass fields, through Hillsboro Parks & Rec.  Leagues are offered year-round, and are either seven vs. seven or eleven vs. eleven.

    • Metro PDX Soccer League

      Metro PDX offers exciting seven vs seven soccer played exclusively at La Salle High School. Three divisions are offered: premier/competitive, 2nd division, and recreational.  You are guaranteed 7 games per season.

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    • PORTLAND SOFTBALL

    • Portland Metro Softball Association

      Portland Metro Softball Association offer co-ed and women’s slowpitch, as well as a general adult fastpitch. Leagues are offered seasonally, and on many different days of the week for your availability.  You can sign up as a full team, or as an individual free agent.

    • Recesstime Sports Leagues- Mushball

      Mushball is a lot like softball, except the ball is so much softer and larger. There is no need for a glove, you catch it with your hands and because it is so soft, but it is difficult to hit very far.  Games are co-ed ten vs ten, and you are guaranteed 7-10 regular season games plus playoffs.  You can register a full team, or you can sign up as an individual looking for a team.

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    • PORTLAND SWIMMING

    • Lewis & Clark Aquatics

      Lewis & Clark Aquatics Masters Swimming is based out of Zehntbauer Pavilion on the Lewis & Clark College campus. The team is comprised of post-collegiate swimmers, triathletes, and adult fitness swimmers. All swimming levels are encouraged to join.  Practices are Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 6:00-7:00 am.

    • Mittleman Jewish Community Center-Masters Swimming

      Their masters swim program is led by a long-time member volunteer, Ronald Cobb.  Practices are Tuesday/Thursday 6:30 – 7:30 pm, and Monday/Wednesday/Friday 6:00 – 7:15 am.

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    • PORTLAND VOLLEYBALL

    • Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

      Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District has co-ed leagues all year round, while women’s leagues are offered in the fall and spring. Indoor leagues are all played at THPRD Athletic Center, and outdoor, summer, sand games are played at Cedar Hills Park.  There are both competitive and recreational divisions available.

    • Underdog Sports Leagues- Indoor

      Underdog Sports Leagues is an adult co-ed, recreational sports league that was started with a simple idea: provide laid back leagues for everyday players that are safe, fair, and fun.  In their minds, you don’t need to be good at sports to have fun playing sports.  Volleyball leagues are played in the spring, fall, and winter at various courts and parks in Portland.  They are co-ed six vs. six, and you are guaranteed 6 regular season games plus playoffs.

    • RALEIGH BASKETBALL

    • Premier Co-Ed Sports

      Premier Co-Ed Sports is the “go-to” sports provider for men and women ages 21 and up in the Triangle area. They are a top choice for those who are looking to meet new people and advance their fitness goals in a fun, competitive setting. Basketball leagues are played year-round, and you can sign up as a team, or as an individual.  You’re guaranteed 9 regular season games plus playoffs. Games are played at Trinity Academy.

    • Tri Sports Social Club

      Tri Sports offers recreational sports leagues 6 days a week. Participants must be 21 years or older and in good health. Tri Sports also offers great post-game food & drink specials at sponsor bars, has great prizes for league champs & offers much more than just sports. The basketball leagues are co-ed and divided into competitive or semi-competitive levels. Games are played in Downtown Raleigh.

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    • RALEIGH FOOTBALL

    • Tri Sports Social Club

      Tri Sports offers recreational sports leagues 6 days a week. Participants must be 21 years or older and in good health. Tri Sports also offers great post-game food & drink specials at sponsor bars, has great prizes for league champs & offers much more than just sports. The flag football leagues are six vs. six, co-ed and you are guaranteed at least 6 games. Games are played in Downtown Raleigh.

    • RALEIGH HOCKEY

    • Raleigh Ice Plex

      The Raleigh Ice Plex is North Carolina’s only Olympic Size sheet of ice.  It is a full service skating facility that offers an extensive variety of skating programs for all ages and abilities. There are adult learn to play hockey sessions as well as adult competitive leagues.  The league guarantees at least 11 games of play.

    • RALEIGH KICKBALL

    • Premier Co-Ed Sports

      Premier Co-Ed Sports is the “go-to” sports provider for men and women ages 21 and up in the Triangle area. They are a top choice for those who are looking to meet new people and advance their fitness goals in a fun, competitive setting. Kickball leagues are played year-round, and you can sign up as a team, or as an individual.  You are guaranteed 9 regular season games plus playoffs. Games are played at various locations in Raleigh.

    • Tri Sports Social Club

      Tri Sports offers recreational sports leagues 6 days a week. Participants must be 21 years or older and in good health. Tri Sports also offers great post-game food & drink specials at sponsor bars, has great prizes for league champs & offers much more than just sports. The kickball leagues are split into co-ed rec, semi-competitive, and competitive divisions.  The games are played ten vs. ten and it is a 9 week season. Games are played in Downtown Durham.

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    • RALEIGH LACROSSE

    • Carolina Heat Women’s Team

      Established in 2006, the Carolina Heat is a post collegiate women’s lacrosse team based out of Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

    • RALEIGH MULTI-SPORT LEAGUES

    • Premier Co-ed Sports

      Premier Co-Ed Sports is the “go-to” sports provider for men and women ages 21 and up in the Triangle area. They are a top choice for those who are looking to meet new people and advance their fitness goals in a fun, competitive setting. They offer basketball, softball, football, kickball, volleyball, cornhole, soccer and dodgeball. Their games are in various locations in Raleigh.

    • Tri Sports Social Club

      Tri Sports offers recreational sports leagues 6 days a week. Participants must be 21 years or older and in good health. Tri Sports also offers great post-game food & drink specials at sponsor bars, has great prizes for league champs & offers much more than just sports. They offer Bowling, Basketball, Cornhole, Dodgeball, Flag Football, Kickball, Skeeball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, among others. Games are mostly played at various locations in Downtown Raleigh.

    • Premier Co-Ed Sports

      Premier Co-Ed Sports is the “go-to” sports provider for men and women ages 21 and up in the Triangle area. They are a top choice for those who are looking to meet new people and advance their fitness goals in a fun, competitive setting. Soccer leagues are played year-round, and you can sign up as a team, or as an individual.  You are guaranteed 9 regular season games plus playoffs.  Games are played in various locations around Raleigh.

    • RALEIGH SOCCER

    • Tri Sports Social Club

      Tri Sports offers recreational sports leagues 6 days a week. Participants must be 21 years or older and in good health. Tri Sports also offers great post-game food & drink specials at sponsor bars, has great prizes for league champs & offers much more than just sports. The soccer leagues are eight vs. eight, co-ed and you are guaranteed at least 9 games. Games are played at various locations in Downtown Raleigh.

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    • Premier Co-Ed Sports

      Premier Co-Ed Sports is the “go-to” sports provider for men and women ages 21 and up in the Triangle area. They are a top choice for those who are looking to meet new people and advance their fitness goals in a fun, competitive setting. Softball leagues are played seasonally, and you can sign up as a team, or as an individual.  You are guaranteed 9 regular season games plus playoffs. Games are played at Cedar Hills Park, Carolina Pines Park, Pullen Park, and Green Road Park.

    • Tri Sports Social Club

      Tri Sports offers recreational sports leagues 6 days a week. Participants must be 21 years or older and in good health. Tri Sports also offers great post-game food & drink specials at sponsor bars, has great prizes for league champs & offers much more than just sports. The softball leagues are nine vs. nine, co-ed and you are guaranteed at least 10 games. Games are played at various parks in Downtown Durham.

    • RALEIGH SWIMMING

    • One Step Beyond Coaching

      One Step Beyond is a multi-sport & triathlon coaching company based in Raleigh/Cary, North Carolina. They provide online coaching and personal training services to all levels of age-group athletes – from first year triathletes competing in their local sprint series, to the long-distance veteran looking to maximize his or her training time.

    • Life Time Fitness

      Life Time Swim at Cary features a 5-lane 25-Meter indoor lap pool, indoor leisure pool, outdoor swimming pool, indoor and outdoor water slides and 3 whirlpools.  You can take lessons, swim on their USA Swimming Team, improve your stroke and endurance in a Masters class, get ready for a triathlon event or just swim for fun.

    • RALEIGH ULTIMATE

    • Boxcar

      Boxcar is a competitive mixed club team that plays in various tournaments between June and October.

    • Malice in Wonderland

      Malice in Wonderland is a competitive mixed club team that plays in various tournaments between June and October.

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    • RALEIGH VOLLEYBALL

    • Premier Co-Ed Sports

      Premier Co-Ed Sports is the “go-to” sports provider for men and women ages 21 and up in the Triangle area. They are a top choice for those who are looking to meet new people and advance their fitness goals in a fun, competitive setting. Volleyball leagues are played year-round either on sand or on indoor courts, and you can sign up as a team, or as an individual.  You are guaranteed 9 regular season games plus playoffs. Games are played at Knights of Columbus.

    • Tri Sports Social Club

      Tri Sports offers recreational sports leagues 6 days a week. Participants must be 21 years or older and in good health. Tri Sports also offers great post-game food & drink specials at sponsor bars, has great prizes for league champs & offers much more than just sports. The beach volleyball leagues are four vs. four, co-ed and you are guaranteed at least 9 games.  There are different divisions based on skill level.

    • SF BASKETBALL

    • Pick Her Up Basketball

      Since March 2016, Pick Her Up (PHU) basketball has provided a space for women to play basketball every weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area. What started as a Facebook event thrown together by its founders soon turned into a more than 200 member community of women, with 10-30 women consistently showing up each week. PHU strives to create a place where women can play the game they love, have fun, and find a supportive community. As their motto goes, they pick each other up both on and off the court.

      PHU runs on Sunday mornings 10am-12pm at the Head-Royce School in Oakland. Talent ranges from high school experience to former professional oversees players. Players range from 16 – 40 years old. To acquire more information, check out PHU’s Facebook page, Instagram, and Twitter or email [email protected] to get on the PHU email list. Each week an event is posted where players respond if they will attend that week.

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    • Women’s ALL B-Ball

      Rita and Amanda were frustrated that there were no women’s leagues in the East Bay area. So two years ago, they started their own. This Meet Up group plays on the last Sunday of each month from 4 pm – 6 pm alternating one month in San Francisco and one month in the East Bay. Right now they have more than 450 women in their group. Players have a range of experience, although most played in high school.

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    • SF ICE HOCKEY

    • Nazareth Ice Oasis Adult Hockey League – Lady Black Stars

      Nazareth Ice Oasis Adult Hockey League is dedicated to promoting the best possible environment for recreational adult hockey in the Bay Area.

    • Northern California Women’s Hockey League

      The Northern California Women’s Hockey League (NCWHL) is a volunteer recreational women’s ice hockey league which plays at several rinks in the San Francisco Bay Area. The league features four divisions to accommodate all levels of play, games, practices, specialized clinics with experienced coaches, team jerseys and socks, sanctioned referees, scorekeepers and statisticians, and team coaching and instruction (when available). This is a non-checking league that emphasizes good sportsmanship. Players must be at least 18 years old.

    • SF LACROSSE

    • BayLax

      A San Francisco Bay Area women’s lacrosse league, formerly the Northern California Women’s Lacrosse Association (NCWLA), has been in existence since the late 1970s when women’s lacrosse had just started expanding westward. The Official mission of BayLax is to encourage, foster and promote women’s lacrosse in the Northern California area. It is completely volunteer and member-run. All skill levels are welcome, but players need to have one year of playing experience (high school, college club or other adult league). Games are played in the spring on Sundays. You must have a USLacrosse membership. There are no practices.

    • SF MULTI-SPORT

    • ZogSports

      ZogSports runs a variety of recreational sport co-ed leagues for adults in the San Francisco Bay Area from kickball to basketball to soccer. A range of abilities can play from the Sorta’s (solid players who play in adult leagues and played in high school or higher), High Casual (pretty good players who play some pick up) and Casual (good players who want to have fun). And of course, there are always local happy hours after games.

      Options (all co-ed):

      5 v 5 Basketball – Weeknights and Weekends
      Bowling – Monday nights
      Cornhole – Tuesday nights
      Floor Hockey – Weeknights
      Innertube Water Polo – Sundays
      Kickball – Sundays
      Soccer – Weeknights and Weekends
      Softball – Weeknights and Weekends
      Touch Football – Saturdays and Tuesdays
      Ultimate Frisbee – Saturdays
      Volleyball – Weeknights and Weekends

      *timing subject to change

    • KICKIT365

      KICKIT265 is a soccer league and social club dedicated to providing men’s, women’s and co-ed soccer leagues and community events in San Francisco. The league’s mission is to provide our participants the best soccer and community experience in San Francisco. All soccer levels are welcome. There is a women’s 8 vs 8 team and a co-ed 8 vs 8 team (two women must be on the field at all times for each team). Also there is a half field co-ed 7 vs 7 team offering. Games are played throughout San Francisco.

    • SF SOCCER

    • Norcal Athletics

      Norcal Athletics is a recreational not-for-profit soccer league based in San Francisco founded in 2004 in conjunction with USF Athletics staff. Most of the leagues are 18 and over. There are women’s or co-ed small sided seven vs seven or eight vs eight games conducted on artificial grass surfaces. Games are played at the Ghiradelli Fields and Mission Field.

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    • SF SOFTBALL

    • Play in the Bay Sports & Social Club

      Play in the Bay Sports and Social Club offers co-ed softball year round. Rosters are typically between 12-15 people. Ten players are on the field at the same time, at least four must be women. An ump will be provided for every game.

    • San Francisco Softball League

      The San Francisco Municipal Softball League began as a program of the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department. It runs year round with four seasons per year. It offers a modified co-ed league which plays teams with six men and three women or five men and four women as well as a co-ed league which is five men and five women. Games are played throughout San Francisco.

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    • SF SWIMMING

    • Pacific Masters Swimming

      Masters swimming is a successful blend of fitness and competitive swimming for adults 18 years of age and over. The regular structured workouts use techniques of interval training in an atmosphere of fun, fitness, friendship and participation. Individuals who find it difficult to stick with a self-imposed, keep-fit routine will find it easier to maintain as a member of a Masters Swimming program.

    • San Francisco Tsunami

      San Francisco Tsunami Aquatics is a masters-level club with both swim and synchronized swimming teams. The team caters to swimmers of all levels, from highly competitive athletes to those seeking a social-oriented fitness swimming experience, and welcomes brand-new beginners. Through stroke clinics and individualized attention from coaches, each swimmer can achieve his/her personal objectives with SF Tsunami.

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    • SF VOLLEYBALL

    • Industrial Volleyball League

      Industrial Volleyball League, Inc. organizes indoor volleyball competition for the southern San Francisco Peninsula and San Jose area. The IVL sets the standard for excellence in organizing leagues that are designed to provide the most rewarding recreational experience possible for its players. There are four seasons a year which typically run eight to nine weeks. Levels range from beginner/novice all the way up to US National Co-Ed champions (they have won it!). There are six different levels of play available. There are Womens teams and Co-Ed Teams available. Co-Ed teams are five vs. five and must have one woman per team. On Friday nights there are drop in games that are $6/player.

    • Play in the Bay Sports & Social Club

      Play in the Bay Sports and Social Club offers both indoor and grass volleyball.

      Indoor runs year-round and is divided four seasons. Games are six vs six with teams of three men and three women. Games are self-reffed.

      Grass runs for Spring and Summer. Games are six vs six with teams of three men and three women. Games are self-reffed.

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    • SEATTLE BASKETBALL

    • Puget Sound Basketball League

      PSBL is Washington’s largest recreational basketball league. There are co-ed as well as women’s leagues available. There is also a hoops on demand program to allow you to play an organized game on Tuesday at your availability. Additionally, there are Saturday and Sunday morning hoops options for players that are not available on weeknights.

    • Comeback Sports

      Comeback Sports prides themselves on being fun, organized, social and having a sport for all. Each league was built with the intention of your utmost enjoyment, and there are leagues for any skill level or sport. Basketball leagues run for seven weeks and are 40-minute games. Games are played in various facilities around Seattle.

    • SEATTLE FIELD HOCKEY

    • Seattle Women’s Field Hockey

      Founded in 1953, the Seattle Women’s Field Hockey Club invites players of any ability to join. Players must be over 16. Games are on turf, so please wear appropriate footwear. Players must bring a light and dark shirt, shin guards and mouth guard with them to the open scrimmages.

    • SEATTLE ICE HOCKEY

    • Greater Seattle Hockey League

      Greater Seattle Hockey League is committed to providing fun, safe, recreational hockey for adult hockey players of all skill levels. For new players, there are 3-5 free evaluation sessions where you have a chance to perform basic skating, passing and shooting skills, along with a brief scrimmage. Captains of GSHL teams in need of players attend each session to participate in a draft at the end of each session. After the draft, new players are introduced to the captains of their teams.

    • SEATTLE KICKBALL

    • Comeback Sports

      Comeback Sports prides themselves on being fun, organized, social and having a sport for all. Each league was built with the intention of your utmost enjoyment, and there are leagues for any skill level or sport. Kickball leagues are co-ed ten vs ten and run for six weeks plus playoffs. They play in various parks in Seattle.

    • Underdog Sports Leagues

      Underdog Sports Leagues is an adult co-rec sports league that was started with a simple idea: provide laid back league for everyday players that are safe, fair and fun. You don’t need to be good at sports to have fun playing sports and attitude is everything in this organization. Kickball leagues are co-ed, ten vs ten. The season is six to seven weeks long plus playoffs. They play in various parks and facilities in Seattle.

    • SEATTLE LACROSSE

    • Pacific Northwest Lacrosse League

      PNWLL is a post-collegiate women’s lacrosse league made up of teams from various cities in the Pacific Northwest. There are four teams, the Barracudas, Breakaways, Seattle Women’s and Tacoma Women’s. For more information, please visit the website.

    • SEATTLE MULTI-SPORT

    • Comeback Sports

      Comeback Sports prides themselves on being fun, organized, social and having a sport for all. Each league was built with the intention of your utmost enjoyment, and there are leagues for any skill level or sport. More specifically, they offer basketball, dodgeball, flag football, golf, kickball, soccer, softball and volleyball.

    • Underdog Sports Leagues

      Underdog Sports Leagues is an adult co-rec sports league that was started with a simple idea: provide laid back league for everyday players that are safe, fair and fun. You don’t need to be good at sports to have fun playing sports and attitude is everything in this organization. Underdog Sports offers flag football, indoor and beach volleyball, softball, kickball, dodgeball, corn hole, bocce ball and bowling.

    • SEATTLE SOCCER

    • Comeback Sports

      Comeback Sports prides themselves on being fun, organized, social and having a sport for all. Each league was built with the intention of your utmost enjoyment, and there are leagues for any skill level or sport. Soccer leagues are co-ed and you can join either a eight vs eight or eleven vs eleven league. The eight vs eight league requires at least three women for each team on the field at all times and plays on a field approx. 5o x 90 yards. Games are two 25 minute halves. The eleven vs eleven league requires at least four women or each team on the field at all times and plays on a field approx. 110-120 X 55-65 yes. Games are two 40 minute halves.

    • Co-Rec Soccer Association

      For players who welcome the challenge of their style of soccer that encourages skill, strategy and finesse over physical contact. There are hundreds of teams that sign up through this league each season. Each season consists of 10 traditional eleven vs eleven games with 45 minute halves. They play at various parks and fields throughout Seattle.

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    • Seattle Recreational Adult Team Soccer (RATS)

      RATS is a Seattle-based adult recreational soccer league. There are many divisions, from highly competitive top divisions to enthusiastic beginner divisions. This is a recreational league. RATS plays year round in various parks throughout Seattle.

    • SEATTLE SOFTBALL

    • Comeback Sports

      Comeback Sports prides themselves on being fun, organized, social and having a sport for all. Each league was built with the intention of your utmost enjoyment, and there are leagues for any skill level or sport. Softball leagues are offered almost every day of the week, use experience umpires, and are split into different skill division. Games are 7 innings, or are 1 hour and 20 minutes, whichever comes first. The league plays in various parks in Seattle.

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    • SEATTLE SWIMMING

    • Green Lake Aqua Ducks (G.L.A.D.)

      Green Lake Aqua Ducks swim at the Evans Pool at the Green Lake Community Center. Practices are weekdays from 5 am to 6 am and on Saturdays form 7 am to 8:30 am. G.L.A.D. is open to swimmers of a wide range of abilities. When possible lanes are arranged according to speed.

    • Husky Masters Swim

      The Husky Masters Swim provides community members with a competitive platform to pursue they swimming ambitions. They strive to maintain a relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere. Members have all types of backgrounds, abilities and goals. This is a go

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    • SEATTLE ULTIMATE

    • Birdfruit

      Birdfruit is a competitive mixed club team that plays in various tournaments between June and October.

    • DiscNW

      DiscNW is a non-profit organization based in Seattle.  They run ultimate leagues, tournaments, camps, and clinics throughout the year.  Their focus is on co-ed recreational play and youth ultimate. They also support elite teams at all levels and divisions.  DiscNW serves as a web-based resource for individuals seeking opportunities to play ultimate at pickup games and in organized leagues, tournaments, camps, and clinics.

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    • SEATTLE VOLLEYBALL

    • Comeback Sports

      Comeback Sports prides themselves on being fun, organized, social and having a sport for all. Each league was built with the intention of your utmost enjoyment, and there are leagues for any skill level or sport. Beach volleyball leagues are co-ed, four vs four and run for six weeks plus playoffs. Beach leagues play in the summer.

    • Underdog Sports Leagues

      Underdog Sports Leagues is an adult co-rec sports league that was started with a simple idea: provide laid back league for everyday players that are safe, fair and fun. You don’t need to be good at sports to have fun playing sports and attitude is everything in this organization. Indoor volleyball league are co-ed six vs six. Indoor leagues play fall, winter and spring. Beach volleyball leagues are co-ed and 4 vs 4. Beach leagues play in summer.  You must be 21 years old or older.

    • DC BASKETBALL

    • DC CityBall

      DC CityBall provides fun, but competitive co-ed and women’s basketball leagues on either weeknights or Sundays. Each league consists of an eight game regular season plus playoffs. Games are played at various courts in the DC area.

    • Department of Parks and Recreation

      DPR offers Adult Basketball Leagues with a variety of programs of competition for adults. There are men’s, women’s, and co-ed leagues. Participants must be 18 years old and above. Teams consist of a team roster of 12 players. Leagues are located at various sites throughout the city.

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    • DC FIELD HOCKEY

    • Potomac Field Hockey

      Potomac Field Hockey is located in the Northern Virginia area, serving hockey players primarily Loudoun County, Virginia. Their mission is to promote, teach, and grow the sport of field hockey to youth and adult players, in recreational and competitive leagues as well as youth travel programs. The adult league is a game-only program for players aged 18 and over of all skill levels.  They run seasons in the summer, fall, and spring.

    • Washington Field Hockey Association (WFHA)

      WFHA offers varying opportunities in the different seasons from tournaments to single games to practices to learn basic skills and fundamentals.

    • DC FOOTBALL

    • Department of Parks and Recreation

      DPR offers Adult Flag Football Leagues with varied programs of competition for adults. Participants must be 18 years old and above. Teams consist of a team roster of 25 players. Leagues are located at various fields throughout the city. The leagues offered are men’s seven vs. seven, women’s eight vs. eight, co-ed: eight vs. eight.

    • DC CityBall

      DC CityBall provides fun, but competitive co-ed flag football leagues on Saturday mornings. Each league consists of an eight game regular season plus playoffs. Games are played on permitted fields and use certified officials.

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    • DC HOCKEY

    • United Social Sports- Street Hockey

      Street hockey leagues are extremely social, and the only equipment you need to bring is shin guards. You can sign up as an individual free agent, a group, or a full team. There are 6-8 weeks of the regular season plus a playoff tournament.

    • Kettler Capitals Iceplex Hockey League

      Kettler Capitals Iceplex Hockey League (KCIHL) is committed to providing fun, safe, recreational hockey for adult players of all skill levels. They offer several different divisions for different skill levels.  Games are at the Arlington Ice Rink or the Washington Capitals Ice Rink.

    • DC KICKBALL

    • United Social Sports

      DC Kickball has been running leagues for over 12 years, and they are still growing. You can sign up as a team, a group, or a free agent. Leagues are co-ed and consist of 16 to 30 people per team.

    • NAKID

      There are both indoor and outdoor kickball leagues offered throughout the year. Indoor leagues are seven vs. seven: 3 men, 3 women, and 1 of either sex. Rosters are a minimum of 15 players and a maximum of 25 players. Games are played with different rules than traditional kickball such as there are only two bases instead of three. Traditional, outdoor leagues are eleven vs. eleven: 5 men, 5 women, and 1 of either sex. Games are played at the National Mall on 9th Street.

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    • DC LACROSSE

    • DC Lacrosse Club

      Formed in 2001, the DC Lacrosse Club was created to give local and post-collegiate players the opportunity to continue playing lacrosse in the Washington, DC Metro area.  The club currently consists of about 150 players, and an additional 30-40 players who are inactive or summer-only players. The rest of the club members have the ability to play year-round.

    • DC SOCCER

    • DC Soccer League

      DC Soccer is a member of United Social Sports, DC’s largest social sports league. The mission of USS is to  bring people together and build communities through social sports, tournaments, and special events.  There are varying six vs. six or seven vs. seven leagues offered throughout the year. Games are played at various field locations throughout the DC area.

    • District Sports

      Founded in 2004, District Sports provides friends, neighbors, and co-workers with the opportunity to join together to get exercise, share experiences and make new connections. There are varying divisions based on skill and number of players, but they are still purely recreational and for men and women looking for a fun team experience.

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    • DC SOFTBALL

    • DC CityBall

      DC CityBall provides fun, but competitive co-ed softball leagues on Sundays. Each league consists of an eight game regular season plus playoffs. Games are played on permitted fields and use certified officials.

    • DC Department of Parks and Recreation

      DPR offers Adult Softball Leagues with varied programs of competition for adults including fast-pitch, slow-pitch for men and women.  Participants must be 18 years old and above, and teams consist of a roster of about 20 players. All leagues are sanctioned with the Amateur Softball Association (ASA).  Leagues are located at various fields throughout the city.

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    • DC SWIMMING

    • Washington DC Recreation and Parks: Masters Swimming

      Washington DC Recreation and Parks: Masters Swimming (DCRP) has a wide range of skill level between their 100 or so swimmers. They welcome recreational swimmers as well as the US Masters circuit competitor, tri-athlete, or a strong open water swimmers looking for serious training.  Practices are offered all year-round for your convenience.  They swim at the Wilson Aquatic Center and East Potomac Park Pool.

    • Tsunami Masters

      Tsunami Masters Swim is a great training program for anyone 18 and over who loved the swimming lifestyle regardless or swim experience of fitness level.  They encourage people who are not great swimmers because the certified U.S Masters Swimming Coaches will help you improve.  The pools are located at various Sport&Health Club locations.

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    • DC VOLLEYBALL

    • DC Volley

      DC Volley brings fun, friendly volleyball competition to DC’s young professionals. DC Volley offers both indoor and outdoor volleyball. All levels of ability and skill are welcome. Games are six vs six with three women players on the court for each team at all times.

    • NAKID

      NAKID offers both indoor and outdoor volleyball. There are referees in both leagues and both are six vs six players. Three female players must be on the court for both teams at all times.

      Sand volleyball is played at the Lincoln Memorial Sand Volleyball Courts.

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