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Get moving with adult sports leagues in Raleigh

Can you kick it with these adult sports leagues in Raleigh? From kickball to basketball, there are plenty of ways to play.

Someone just kicked a red ball for kickball, another person is running, while some else holds out their arms to catch the ball.

Let off some steam on the kickball diamond this spring.

Photo via City of Raleigh

Was getting fit on your bingo card for 2024? Well, we’ve got a few recommendations to bring out the fun in fitness. Keep reading to see if you can kick it with these adult sports leagues in Raleigh.

Editor’s note: We’re shouting out a few spring sign-ups with closing windows — check back seasonally with these local organizations for more ways to play.

Wake County

The list of current spring adult leagues has both team and individual slots available — for team sign-ups only: individuals who are not a part of a team may need to contact City of Raleigh Athletics to be placed on a free agent list.

  • Softball | Last day to register is Feb. 28, begins March 4
  • Baseball | Last day to register is Feb. 28, begins April 1
  • Kickball | Last day to register is Feb. 28, begins April 15
  • Bonus: Galactic Glow in the Dark Dodgeball Tournament | May 4

Tri Sports

This Raleigh-based organization operates adult recreational sports leagues + social events. You can sign up as a group, full team, or individual — most games are followed by food + drink specials at local bars.

  • Flag football | Late registration started on Feb. 20, begins Feb. 26
  • Kickball | Late registration starts Feb. 23, begins late Feb.
  • Coed softball | Last day to register is Feb. 25, begins in March


Create new friendships within this social club offering four adult leagues: softball, kickball, flag football, and cornhole.

  • Coed flag football | Late registration open until March 3, starts March 4
  • Coed softball | Late registration open until March 3, starts March 7
  • Coed cornhole | Late registration open until March 24, starts March 26

More ways to play

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