Summer sports leagues in Brampton let you get active, get social and simultaneously enjoy the great weather we’re graced with for just a few short months out of the year. From beach soccer to trampoline dodgeball, the below organizations let you try new, fun stuff and give experienced players the opportunity to show off their inner pro athlete. Here are the best summer sports leagues in Brampton.
Canada Beach Sports has opened up a giant 35,000 square foot beach facility at the New Brampton Fairgrounds. They are running beach volleyball, beach soccer and beach flag football from the end of May into September. Men’s women’s and co-ed options are available, all to be played on some beautiful sand.
Average Joe is running a co-ed 6 on 6 dodgeball league throughout the summer months on Mondays. The league includes the option to play on courts or on trampolines. How fun is that?!
Stryke’s axe throwing league will be back for the summer. Players go head-to-head with a group of competitors, with scoring based on personal performance. All skill levels are welcome, including beginners. The first week is spent learning how to throw axes like a pro, and the final week of the league is a championship round. Right now leagues are 50% off when you use code LEAGUES50 at sign up.
Brampton Volleyball League plays out of Chinguacousy Park’s beach courts in summer months — in case you were wondering who actually uses them when they’re set up. The league has plenty of options with games running Tuesdays to Thursdays. There’s a co-ed league, a women’s league and a non-spiking league.
Dig Ball Hockey? Wear Ball has a ton of leagues across Ontario, so you have plenty of options to play in Brampton, or elsewhere if you’d like options closer to work or want to play with friends in other cities. Currently Brampton only has a men’s league, but a women’s league is offered in Mississauga.
Brampton Madoc Softball League (BMSL) is an adult, coed recreational modified rules slo-pitch softball league that plays on Wednesday nights at from May to September. It’s a popular league that’s hard to get into, so if you can find a spot on an existing team, jump on it quickly.
Brampton Soccer has a bunch of different leagues, both recreational and competitive across a bunch of divisions, including co-ed and 35+. Games are played indoors and outdoors at a handful of fields across the city.