Want to have some fun this spring? Maybe get back into shape while you’re at it? Maybe even meet some new people? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then you should consider joining a social sports league.
Social sports leagues are the fastest growing way to get active, while meeting new people and having fun. From Bocce Ball to Basketball, from Cornhole to Kickball, from Skeeball to Soccer, BaltimoreSocial.com has something for everyone. Baltimore Social is Baltimore’s premier social sports leagues, offering more leagues, more locations and more fun than anywhere else in the city.
The great part of playing in a social sports leagues like this is that you don’t have to be an all-star athlete. You just have to want to get out there and enjoy yourself! There are no restrictions for age, gender, or skill level. You can sign up as a free-agent (where Baltimore Social assigns you to a team), or get a group of friends together to form a team. Either way, your league meets at the same time and place each week to play, and then hits up a local bar for some socializing. And each week, you’ll get specials, courtesy of Baltimore Social, so you won’t spend a fortune having fun.
“We care as much about the social interaction as we do the game play,” says Baltimore Social CEO Giovanni Marcantoni. “You don’t have to know anyone to join, or you can get a group of friends together and play as a team. We want to make the experience as easy and fun as possible for everyone.”
Getting out and having fun has never been easier! And it’s affordable. Most leagues cost anywhere from $39 at the lowest to $159 per season, with no annual membership. All equipment is provided, and you and your teammates each get a free t-shirt. Of course, participants must be 21 or older for adult leagues and to play bar games. Leagues last for six weeks plus playoffs.
So if you’re looking for some fun and perhaps to see some new faces, check out BaltimoreSocial.com.
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