Swing Away! Registration now open for KC Sport & Social Club Spring Co-Ed Softball.
The Kansas City Sport & Social Club (“KCSSC”) will launch its spring recreational sports leagues in April. Registration is now open. KCSSC’s complete spring line-up includes co-ed softball, co-ed flag football, co-ed kickball, and Soccer. The flag football program provides players an alternative to travelling to the suburbs for flag football action. This year’s kickball program will be the largest in the city after a joint venture with Kickball KC. Teams can register at www.kcsportandsocial.com.
Teams play 6 regular season games (1 game per week) in most leagues, followed by a two week single elimination tournament for a total of 8 weeks of play. Fees include play in the league, a league team t-shirt, and great food and drink specials from our sponsors at Sol Cantina. KCSSC has been running Midtown’s best sports leagues since 2005. Whether you’re looking to have fun with friends, do some team building with co-workers, or meet some new people, this is the league for you.
The first spring sports will commence play on April 2, 2013. Teams can still sign up for leagues that are still currently registering teams, including kickball, softball, soccer and flag football. Registration is underway at www.kcsportandsocial.com. Participants can register as a team, or they can sign up as a small group or free agent. KCSSC welcomes corporate teams and alumni groups. These leagues encourage players to get the most out of life through competition and networking.
When: Registration for spring leagues closes late march or when league reach capacity. Most leagues consist of six weeks of regular season play and two weeks of playoffs. Participants must be at least 21 years old to participate.
What: kickball (Penn Valley Park), Softball (Penn Valley Park), Soccer (Observation Park) Flag Football (Penn Valley Park)
How: Go to www.kcsportandsocial.com, or www.kcsportandsocial.com. You can also e-mail us at email@example.com or call 816.665.3259
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