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Adult Sports / Leagues

The objectives and purposes of the Durango Parks and Recreation Department Adult Leagues shall be: 

  • To develop and promote amateur recreational leagues within the City of Durango;
  • To establish rules and regulations governing all participating teams;
  • To engage in any activity that will be beneficial to the participants and the leagues’ wellbeing;
  • To promote outstanding sportsmanship.

Active sport leagues dates, fees, schedules, and standings are available to view online.
The complete offering of current activities and sports may be viewed in the Activities Guide.

A typical year for sport leagues is:
Winter
Basketball: Men’s
Ice Hockey: Coed
Volleyball: Coed
Spring/Summer

Kickball: Coed
Soccer 6v6: Coed & Men’s

Softball: Coed, Men’s, & Women’s
Ultimate Frisbee: Coed

 

Fall
Basketball: Men’s
Flag Football: Men’s
Ice Hockey: Coed
Soccer 11v11: Coed
Volleyball: Women’s
Sport Manuals
League manuals provide details and rules for the sport. Manuals are available preseason at the Recreation Center. Ice hockey manuals are at Chapman Hill.

League Divisions
Many of the adult sports leagues offer several divisions with tiered skill levels for coed, men’s, or women’s teams.

Rosters
Anyone engaged in a City sport must sign the team's roster form before being allowed to participate.

Women
Women may join many of the men’s sports when a league does not offer a coed or women’s division.

Teens
Minors ages 14-17 may play in some of the adult sport leagues with parent/legal guardian approval and signature on the team’s roster. Review specific sport manuals for age parameters. Ice hockey participants must be 18 or older.

Want to join a team?
Most adult sport registrations are handled as a team registration, not by individual sign-ups. If you’re looking to join a team you can leave your name and contact information in the “Free Agent” binder at the Front Desk of the Recreation Center. For ice hockey contact Chapman Hill.