Adult Sports

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This program offers sports leagues in softball, volleyball, basketball, and flag football for adults and seniors. Adult Sports serves over 35,000 adults per year at various locations throughout the city. Registration for Adult Sports is held at the Sports Office, 1315 E. Pikes Peak Ave. Registrations are taken by team, on a first-come basis. We keep a list of "free agents" and form teams from them.

Summer Sports Brochures

Register Online 

Inclement Weather/Facility Closures/Cancelations

For closures and cancelations information, call 385-5981; select 6 OR follow Facebook @ Colorado-Springs-Sports-Office OR follow the Sports Office on for cancelation details. If the recording is not updated, assume games are on.

Sports Internship

The purpose of the internship program is to provide the student with an opportunity to gain practical hands-on experience that is closely related to the student’s educational knowledge base. Youth and Adult Sports believes in a team philosophy and although the intern will be supervised by a designated full-time Sports staff member, the student will have the opportunity to work with multiple full-time Sports staff to understand various leadership styles and programs. In exchange, the City will receive valuable work contributions from creative, highly motivated recreation pre-professionals.


NOTE: Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in any City Park or facility. Please take note of this when attending games or matches. City Code, 18-5-411 states, "it shall be unlawful for any person to bring into, possess or drink in any park alcoholic liquor." The only exception to this ordinance is purchase of alcohol at an approved concession stand within the park.


Sports Office
1315 East Pikes Peak Avenue
(in Memorial Park)
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Phone: (719) 385-5981
Fax: (719) 385-6013
Questions? Email us


MSBL - Men’s Senior/Adult Baseball League

Founded in 1988, it is the fastest-growing adult baseball organization in the country. The league has 325 local affiliates, 3,200 teams and 45,000 members who play organized amateur baseball in local leagues, 30 regional tournaments and six national tournaments.