SOCIAL CLUBS & LEAGUES

Social Clubs & Leagues in New Orleans

Boulder League
Crescent City Cyclists
Crescent City Soccer
Fancy Soccer League
Happy’s Running Club
Jewish Community Center
Kickball of Crescent City
Mid-City Volleyball
New Orleans Dodgeball Association
NOLA Social Ride
NOLA Softball League
Playmakers Sports Club
playNOLA Sports and Social
Semi-Tough Cycling Club
Southern Sports League
WAKA Kickball & Social Sports

Know of any clubs or leagues we didn’t mention? Email us at 504ward@504ward.com.

 

Bounder League

New Orleans Boulder Lounge offers a climbing league that is just as much about socializing as it is about climbing. NOBL is a great way to work on your climbing skills while making connections in the climbing community.

Check it out on Sunday nights from 7-10pm. and read more on their website: http://climbnobl.com/boulder-league/
Back to top

Crescent City Cyclists

Crescent City Cyclists is the longest continuously running bicycle touring club in the greater New Orleans area. CCC hosts leader-led rides nearly every weekend, on both the north and south shores of Lake Pontchartrain. CCC is not a competitive cycling organization, and keeps the emphasis on cycling for health, recreation and camaraderie. CCC offers both slow, social “City Rides” or more high-speed, open road “Country Rides”.

Check out the calendar here: https://crescentcitycyclists.org/calendar/
Back to top

Crescent City Soccer

Crescent City Soccer is a New Orleans soccer community for all ages and levels. CCS organizes 3v3, 6v6, 7v7, 11v11 leagues in addition to pickup matches, tournaments, practice sessions and social events. CCS uses a number of different fields Uptown, Treme, Claiborne and Mid-City.

Check out the schedule and register here: http://www.crescentcitysoccer.com/
Back to top

Fancy Soccer League

Fancy Soccer League is not so much of a league, but a Facebook group of a few hundred members who have organized to schedule pick-up games. This is an informal group and pick-up games normally take place a the Lagoon at City Park.

Join the Facebook group to stay in the loop: https://www.facebook.com/groups/577159155651181
Back to top

Happys Running Club

Happys Running Club is a community of runners in a number of cities. The NOLA club meets Wednesday at 6, rain or shine, at Happys Irish Pub on Poydras downtown. They’re a great community for networking and training, and they throw quarterly parties with live music, drinks, and food.

Check out their Facebook page for updates on runs: https://www.facebook.com/HappysRunningClubNOLA/
Back to top

Jewish Community Center

The Jewish Community Center (JCC) offers a variety of membership levels and a number of sports and social programs for adults from dance to basketball to even pickleball!

Check out the JCC and their variety of leagues here: http://www.nojcc.org/index.php
Back to top

Kickball of Crescent City

Established in 2004, KOCC is an adult kickball league consisting of 18 bar-sponsored teams and 2 divisions. Teams play every divisional team once and a few interleague teams. Every sponsor bar has the opporrtunity to host the league post-game Sunday nights.

Check their Facebook for upcoming events and registration: https://www.facebook.com/kocckickball/
Back to top

Mid-City Volleyball

The Mid-City Volleyball Group (MCVG) is a collection of people from across the city who are passionate about playing and promoting outdoor volleyball. MCVG regularly sets up portable courts along Bayou St. John across from the Mid-City post office for clinics, tournaments and pick-up games. They are equal-opportunity fun-seekers who wish to share the love of the game, and invite players of all skill levels to join in. Their ultimate goal is to build and operate a modest sand volleyball venue in Mid-City that will offer beginning and advanced level clinics, tournaments and league play.

Check out their schedule here: http://midcityvolleyball.org/
Back to top

New Orleans Dodgeball Association

The New Orleans Dodgeball Association (NODA) is much more than just a dodgeball club. In addition to offering a variety of leagues, NODA hosts parties, adventures, and they are committed to community service and giving back to New Orleans. They’ve got a competitive league and tourney-style league as well as a social league for those less competitive.

Look into which best suits you and sign up here: http://neworleansdodgeball.com/leagues/
Back to top

NOLA Social Ride

NOLA Social Ride is a crowdsourced community of bikers, facilitating organic social rides. They’ve got tons of rides for the casual cruiser or the competitive racer, including the popular Get Up and Ride night starting at Hi-Ho Lounge.

Check out their schedule of rides here: http://www.nolasocialride.org/events/
Back to top

NOLA Softball League

NOLA Softball League (NSL) is a non-profit organization for slow-pitch amateur softball specifically to the LGBT community and supports the community through connections with a number of sponsors and charity organizations.

Learn more and register at their website: http://www.nolasoftball.org/all-about-nsl/#
Back to top

Playmakers Sports Club

In addition to a number of youth sports leagues and laser tag, Playmakers Indoor Sports offers a variety of leagues including flag football, soccer, and basketball.

See the leagues and register here: http://playmakersindoor.com/locations/southshore/6-2/
Back to top

playNOLA Sports and Social

playNOLA is a huge organization that facilitates co-ed leagues for a ton of sports- from flag football and basketball to cornhole and bowling. Whether you want to compete in a competitive league or a more casual social environment, playNOLA organizes it all. playNOLA staff can even coordinate your company’s next corporate field day, tournament or fundraiser.

Check out everything they’ve got to offer here: http://www.playnola.com/
Back to top

Semi-Tough Cycling Club

Semi-Tough Cycling club prides itself on being a club for serious bike lovers and riders who don’t take it too seriously. They insist on “seriously casual” attitude and always having fun first.

If this sounds like you, check out their site for a ride schedule: http://semitough.cc/rides/
Back to top

Southern Sports League

Southern Sports League (SSL) organizes a number of leagues and competitions for the average joe athlete (although they never turn down more serious athletes!). Not only do they offer leagues for classical casual sports like soccer and volleyball, but you can get competitive with bar games like flip-cup!

Pick a sport and sign up here: http://www.sslsports.com/leagues?v=upcoming
Back to top

ClubWAKA

What started as the World Adult Kickball Association in 1998 has transformed into something much bigger. They offer a number of co-ed leagues for 21+ young professionals just like you. WAKA’s core values are Live Fun, Do the Right Thing, Family First, and Strength in Community. In addition to kickball, they offer flag football, soccer, volleyball, even ultimate frisbee and bar games.

Check out all of their events here: http://www.kickball.com/activities
Back to top