||Make-ups||Hard Cap Date*|
|Summer (2022)||Apr 1 - June 5||June 13 - Aug 8||Aug 9 - 18||Aug 18|
|Fall (2022)||July 1 - Aug 21
||Aug 29 - Oct 24
||Oct 25 - Nov 3||Nov 10|
Teams register to play in one of two leagues, the: Competitive League (formerly Chill Out) and Rec League (formerly Just for Kicks). Each team plays two games per week, and teams pick the night and time they play during registration.
For instance, a team could pick to play in the Competitive League - 6:15/7 pm Mondays. In this case, the team would play two games (6:15 and 7 pm Mondays) against other Competitive League teams each week for eight weeks. At the end of the regular season, the team would play in a post-season tournament against other Competitive League teams that also play 6:15/7 pm Mondays.
Check out the program FAQ for more information!
Interested in playing, but don't have a team? Join the free agent list! Will-be players may join the free agent list by emailing recreation program manager Dean Rawlings (information below).
If interested in the co-ed kickball league, please contact Recreation Program Manager, Dean Rawlings by email or (479) 444-3474.
The registration cost for each team is $275 (NO additional online fees!), which includes the cost of one umpire per game and trophies (usually pint glasses or t-shirts) for city champions.
Competition Levels in Adult Co-Ed Kickball
There are two levels of adult co-ed kickball offered by Fayetteville Parks and Recreation. The rules are the same for each league, but the playing experience differs between leagues.
The Competitive League is for teams seeking a wholesome program: even competition and lots of fun, though the win comes first. The level of competition in this league will remind players of other recreation and college intramural sports leagues. This league is for players seeking a moderately competitive and mostly fun experience.
The Rec League is for teams seeking a fun-first, organized coed adult kickball program. The level of competition is playful and relaxed. This is not to say that games are less organized than the other leagues or that teams don't care, but the general spirit of teams in this league is to put fun above all else, including the win. Yet, all eyes are on the trophy at tournament time.