Summer Adult Sports Announced

Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Summer adult soccer, kickball, sand volleyball, and basketball leagues are announced through Chattanooga Sports Leagues:
Soccer (7 v 7)
    Season Starts: July 20th
    Games: Sundays, 10:00AM - 3:00PM
    Division: Open (No Gender Requirement)
    Team: 7 - 13 players
    Location: North River YMCA
    League Details" target="_blank">HERE
Soccer (5 v 5)
    Season Starts: July 9th
    Games: Wednesdays, 6:30 – 9:30PM
    Division: Coed
    Team: 5 - 10 players
    Location: Highland Park Commons
    League Details HERE
Kickball (Sundays & Thursdays)
    Divisions: Coed
    Team: 10 - 15 players
    Location: Rivermont / North Chattanooga Rec
    League Details HERE
Sand Volleyball (4 v 4)
    Season Starts: July 13
    Games: Sundays between 1:00 - 5:00PM
    Divisions: Coed
    Team: 4 - 7 players
    League Details HERE
Basketball (Wednesdays & Thursdays)
    Games: Wednesdays, 6:30 – 9:30PM
    Division: Men's & Coed
    Team: 5 - 10 players
    Location: North River YMCA
    League Details HERE
For more information, text / call 423 521-2751 or email

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