The Department Recreation, Parks, and Tourism will hold team registration for spring adult sports leagues from Monday, Feb. 19 through Friday, March 9. Adult Co-Ed Volleyball registration will end on Thursday, March 1. Registration is available online only at www.CharlesCountyParks.com.
Women’s Kickball League: New this spring! Begins mid-April at White Plains Park with games on Friday nights. The franchise fee is $450 per team.
Adult Co-Ed Kickball League: Begins mid-April at White Plains Park with games on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The franchise fee is $450 per team.
Co-Rec and Men’s Adult Softball League: Begins mid-April at Laurel Springs Park and White Plains Park. The franchise fee is $600-$650 per team.
Men’s Class E Early Bird Softball Tournament: Games will be held Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8 at Laurel Springs Park. Teams are guaranteed four games in bracket style tournament. 20 teams maximum. Registration Fee is $250 per team.
Men’s Soccer Leagues: Begins early-April at White Plains Park with games on Monday and Tuesday nights for both the 18+ division and the Over 30 division. Games will be 11 versus 11 format. The franchise fee is $550 per team.
Women’s Soccer League: Begins early-April at Laurel Springs Park with game on Sunday afternoons. Format is 7 versus 7 on an intermediate-size soccer field. The franchise fee is $450 per team.
Adult Co-Ed Volleyball: Begins mid-March at Davis Community Center and Port Tobacco Recreation Center with games on Monday and Wednesday nights. Format is 6 versus 6. The franchise fee is $375 per team.
For more information, call 301-932-3470 or visit us online at www.CharlesCountyParks.com. Citizens with special needs may contact the Maryland Relay Service at 711, or Relay Service TDD: 866-269-9006.
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