Temperatures might be cooling down soon, but social sports leagues will be heating up in September when Baltimore Social kicks off its Fall Leagues. Whether you’re looking to get in shape, or you want to meet new people, or you just need an excuse to get out of the house, Baltimore Social has something for you.
Baltimore Social wants to make Baltimore the most active city in America. Baltimore Social has something for everyone. You can compete in a Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Softball or Basketball League. You can get social in a Kickball, Bocce, Skeeball, Cornhole or Kan-Jam League. Maybe you just want to do Yoga outside! 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 news is that you don’t have to be an all-star athlete to participate. 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. You can even start your own corporate team and take on other departments in your company or even rival businesses! Either way, you’ll have fun competing in a low-pressure social environment that’s more fun than competitive.
“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.”
Leagues meet at the same time and place each week to play, and then hit up a local bar for some socializing. And it’s affordable. Leagues start at $39 per season, with no annual membership. And each week, you’ll get specials courtesy of Baltimore Social, so you won’t spend a fortune having fun. 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.
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