The idea of kickball seems like an idea coming out of left field as we head into freezing temps this week, but we’re already dreaming of warmer days ahead. Registration for GO Kickball opens today—keep reading to see how you can relive your days as a middle schooler at recess.
What’s GO Kickball?
Whether you’re a pro or as uncoordinated as a giraffe on roller skates, GO Kickball provides opportunities for people of any athletic ability. Have fun, make friends and get in some exercise playing this timeless sport. No need to be scared kickless—register today.
The kick deets
- GO Kickball is for players 21+
- There are two leagues: Girl Pitch & Regular Kickball
- Cooper Green Field is the space for all games
Registration, dates and rates
Tell me where. Tell me when.
Spring Season kicks off Wednesday, March 31 and Thursday April 1st. The season lasts seven weeks—six weeks of regular play and one week of tournament finals. Teams play at 6:30PM, 7:30PM and 8:30PM each night.
Sign me up!
You can sign up for a specific team or pull a “free agent” and GO Kickball will place you on a team.
Teams must have at least 12 players with four of those being girls. Note: four girls must play in the fields at all times.
- Price: $59.95 for the season—including the price of your t-shirt and the cost to play in the league (field space/refs/website /etc)
- Get started: Register
- More information: Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in becoming a referee ($20/hr)
Thank you, Austin ❤️
It really is more than a game. Did you know GO Kickball is responsible for around 70+ marriages, a handful of children and countless lifelong friendships? These priceless rewards are all thanks to Austin Boyd, who founded Birmingham GO kickball in 2008.
Austin passed away in September of 2020 and his presence will be greatly missed. He helped form a loving, competitive and energetic community in our city. His legacy will carry forward in GO Kickball’s players—on and off the field.
Austin’s wife, Lee Boyd, now fills the Birmingham GO Kickball Market Director role and will continue to run the league for hopefully many more seasons.