Long Beach Sport Leagues, participating in a team sport is great way to stay in shape and connect with friends on a regular basis. Volitude Sports is proud to offer organized co-ed sport leagues for adults including flag footballbeach soccer, field soccer, beach volleyballbasketballindoor volleyballkickball, dodgeballultimate frisbee, softball, and futsal in Long Beach / Belmont Shore. View all of our Long Beach Sport Leagues below!

 

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5v5 Coed Beach Soccer League in Belmont Shore – Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Divisions with Set Teams

Beach Soccer League Games 9am-1pm Sunday Mornings in Long Beach – Belmont Shore (Granada Beach)
Long Beach CA is home to the largest Adult Coed Sand Soccer League in the country!

Southern California 5v5 Adult Coed Long Beach year-round Sand Soccer League.  24 Teams and over 250 Beach Soccer participants in Long Beach, CA.  Spring, Summer, and Fall Sport Leagues in Long Beach, CA.  Adult Coed Leagues in Long Beach.

We play 5v5 (3 male & 2 female) Coed Soccer On The Sand.  4 Separate Divisions to make play fair & FUN for All Skill Levels of Players!

  • Games are played Sunday Morning/Afternoons (9:00am-1:00pm) in Belmont Shore
  • 5v5 Casual Coed Play for All Levels (3 male & 2 female on the field)
  • Individual Players, Small Groups, and Teams (min 8/Team) Welcome!
  • 8 Weeks of League Games Including Playoffs
  • 4 Separate Divisions – Social (beginner), Premier 1 & 2 (intermediate) & Elite (advanced)
  • Team Dri-Fit Shirts & All Referee Fees Included
  • Stats for Goal Leaders and Golden Boot Awards in each division
  • Side contests, Prizes, Givaways, and Sponsor Bar Discounts
  • New Friends, and Much More!

Long Beach Sport Leagues Teams play every Sunday Morning between 9:00am-1:00pm on the sand @ Granada Ave & Ocean Blvd in Belmont Shore. Captains play FREE in VOLITUDE Beach Soccer. Recruit a team of at least 8 players and we’ve got you covered!  With 24 Teams already on board, and multiple divisions, our commitment is to being organized and open-minded for you, and growing on a seasonal basis!

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Upcoming Beach Soccer League in Long Beach

 

4v4 Coed Beach Volleyball League in Belmont Shore – Intermediate & Beginner Divisions with Set Teams

Beach Volleyball League Games 9am-1pm Saturday Mornings in Long Beach – Belmont Shore (Granada Beach)
  • Advanced Coaching Sessions available for schedule on weekends and weeknights
  • 7 Weeks of (2) 1 Hour Matches (Double Headers) including Playoffs
  • 2 Divisions for All Skill Levels – Beginner, Beg-intermediate, Intermediate, Intermediate-adv
  • Games are played Saturday Mornings (9am- 1pm) on the sand in Belmont Shore
  • 4v4 Adult Coed (3-4 players on the court at a time – at least 1 female player)
  • Sign up as an Individual Player, Small Group, or a Team (min 6 players/team)
  • League Dri-Fit Shirt & Sponsor Bar Discounts Included
  • Side contests, Prizes, Giveaways, New Friends, and More!

Long Beach Sport Leagues Southern California 4v4 Adult Coed Long Beach year-round Beach Volleyball League.  22 Teams and over 150 Beach Volleyball participants in Long Beach, CA.  Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter Sport Leagues in Long Beach, CA.  Adult Coed Leagues in Long Beach.

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Upcoming Beach Volleyball League in Long Beach

 

Year-Round Adult Coed Beach FLAG Football Seasons in Long Beach CA!

FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE LONG BEACH ~ 2 LEAGUES, 2 SEPARATE DAYS – JOIN 1, OR PLAY BOTH ~ SATURDAY League Games between 2:00pm-5:00pm ~ SUNDAY League Games Between 10:00am-2:00pm ~

Long Beach Sport Leagues Registration includes everything including referee fees: New Players receive 20% OFF registration when using the NEWMEMBER discount code during sign ups!  8v8 Adult Coed FLAG Beach Football – (5 male & 3 female players on the field). We welcome all Individual Players (Free Agents) and Small Groups of Friends! OPEN TO ALL SKILL LEVELS – NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!

– 8 Weeks of League Games Including Playoffs
– Stats for Touchdown, INT, Sack Leaders, QB’s, MVP Awards, and more!
– 2 Divisions with 12+ Teams (Social- Beg/Int, Premier- Int/Adv)
– Team Dri-Fit Shirts & All Referee Fees Included
– DJ Sound System at Fields!
– Private Parties at Alfredo’s
– Sponsor Bar Specials After Games
– Multi-Sport Vacation Trips
– League Social Events & Adventures
– Professional Photography & Video

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Upcoming Flag Football League in Long Beach

 

Long Beach is a city in the US state of California located within the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It is the 39th most populous city in the United States with a population of 462,257 in 2010.[15] A charter city,[3] Long Beach is the 7th most populous city in California. Long Beach is home to magnificent beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Incorporated in 1897, Long Beach lies in Southern California in southern Los Angeles County.[16] Long Beach is approximately 20 miles (32 km) south of downtown Los Angeles, and is part of the Gateway Cities region. The Port of Long Beach is the second busiest container port in the United States and is among the world’s largest shipping ports.[17] The city is over an oilfield with minor wells both directly beneath the city as well as offshore. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The city is known for its waterfront attractions, including the permanently docked RMS Queen Mary and the Aquarium of the Pacific. Long Beach also hosts the Grand Prix of Long Beach, currently an IndyCar race. The California State University, Long Beach, one of the largest universities in California by enrollment, is located in the city. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The economic base has changed over the years. Oil extraction created a boom and Long Beach was a Navy town for many years before the base closed.[54] The aerospace industry played an important role. Douglas Aircraft Company (later McDonnell Douglas and now part of Boeing) had plants at the Long Beach Airport where they built aircraft for World War II, and later built DC-8s, DC-9s, DC-10s, and MD-11s. Boeing built the Boeing 717 until 2006 and the C-17 Globemaster III strategic airlifter plant is scheduled to close. Even after greatly reducing the number of local employees in recent years, Boeing is still the largest private employer in the city. Polar Air Cargo, an international cargo airline, was formerly based in Long Beach. TABC, Inc., a part of Toyota, makes a variety of car parts, including steering columns and catalytic converters, in Long Beach. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Epson America, Inc. the U.S. affiliate of Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, is headquartered in Long Beach.[55] Pioneer Electronics, the U.S. affiliate of Japan-based Pioneer Corporation, is also headquartered in Long Beach along with SCAN Health Plan, a non-profitMedicare Advantage” HMO for seniors. Molina Healthcare, Inc., a Medicaid management healthcare program, is headquartered in Long Beach. The real estate company HCP is based in Long Beach. Jesse JamesWest Coast Choppers custom motorcycle shop was in Long Beach, and much of the Monster Garage cable TV show was shot in Long Beach. Long Beach Green Business Association is an organization working to create economic growth through the promotion of green business and promoting a buy local program for Long Beach.[56] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Los Altos Center is the only mall anchored by major department stores within city limits, while Lakewood Center mall is adjacent to Long Beach. Until the 1950s, Long Beach was the major retail hub between Los Angeles and Santa Ana. Buffum’s, Walker’s and Robert’s all had their flagship stores in the city.[59] Later the Long Beach Plaza and Marina Pacifica malls were built, since repurposed as retail power centers. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Long Beach is the host to a number of long-running music festivals. They include the Bob Marley Reggae Festival (February), the Cajun & Zydeco Festival (May), the El Dia De San Juan Puerto Rican Festival (Salsa music, June) the Aloha Concert Jam (Hawaiian music, June), the Long Beach Jazz Festival (August), the Long Beach Blues Festival (September, since 1980), and the Brazilian Street Carnaval (Brazilian music, September).[71] Long Beach is also the point of origin for bands and musicians such as The Pussycat Dolls, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Jenni Rivera, T.S.O.L., Frank Ocean, Sublime, Snoop Dogg, Tha Mexakinz, Nate Dogg, Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, Knoc-Turn’al, the Long Beach Dub Allstars, Avi Buffalo, Crystal Antlers, The Emperors, The Pyramids, Crooked I, Stick to Your Guns, War and Vince Staples. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Long Beach has several resident professional and semi-professional theater companies. Musical Theatre West, one of the largest regional theatrical producers in Southern California, performs at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center on the campus of CSU Long Beach. International City Theatre produces plays and musicals at the Beverly O’Neill Theatre (part of the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center). The Long Beach Playhouse, in continuous operation for over 75 years, has shows running 50 weeks out of the year on two stages.[72] Long Beach Shakespeare Company for over 20 years has provided free outdoor Shakespeare Festivals in the Summer. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

In October, Long Beach State hosts the CSULB Wide Screen Film Festival, at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center. The festival started in 1992 as a showcase for movies shot in the widescreen format, but has since been transformed into an artist-in-residence event. A major video and film artist (such as former CSULB student Steven Spielberg) screens and discusses their own work as well as the ten productions that most influenced their cinematic vision.[76] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The “Naples Island Christmas Parade” has been held since 1946, and passes through the canals of Naples and around Alamitos Bay past Belmont Shore. The “Parade of A Thousand Lights” is in the Shoreline Village area (near downtown Long Beach and the RMS Queen Mary).[77] There is also a Christmas boat parade in the nearby Port of Los Angeles/San Pedroarea, and another in the Huntington Harbour community of nearby Huntington Beach. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride Parade and Festival has been held in May or June since 1984. It is the second largest event in Long Beach, attracting over 125,000 participants over the two-day celebration. It is the third largest Gay Pride Parade in the United States.[78][72] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Long Beach Sea Festival is held during the summer months (June through August). It features events centered on the ocean and the beach. These events include beach volleyball, movies on the beach, and a tiki festival.[79] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The 102.5-acre (0.4 km2) El Dorado Nature Center is part of the larger El Dorado Regional Park. The center features lakes, a stream, and trails, with meadows and forested areas.[43] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Municipal Fly Casting Pool[80] at Recreation Park[81] in East Long Beach is a 260-by-135-foot clear water, fishless pond built and operated since 1925 by the Long Beach Casting Club as only one of two Southern California city operated casting ponds (the other being in Pasadena).[82] Described recently as a serene pond “surrounded by a seemingly endless stretch of green grass against a backdrop of mountains and palm trees,”[82] several movie stars from the 1940s were taught to fly cast at the pond, including Robert Taylor, Clark Gable, Jimmy Durante, and Barbara Stanwyck.[83] In 1932, the fly fishing clubhouse adjacent to the fly fishing pond was used for the Summer Olympic Games and housed military personnel during World War II.[84] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Long Beach Greenbelt is a section of the old Pacific Electric right-of-way, restored by community activists as native habitat. It supports approximately 40 species of California native plants as well as a plethora of urban wildlife. Its pleasant, relaxing atmosphere provides for community open space while educating citizens about what the land was like prior to industrialization and urbanization. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Rancho Los Alamitos is a 7.5-acre (30,000 m2) historical site owned by the City of Long Beach and is near the Long Beach campus of the California State University system. The site includes five agricultural buildings, including a working blacksmith’s shop, 4 acres (16,000 m2) of gardens, and an adobe ranch house dating from around 1800. The Rancho is within a gated community; visitors must pass through security gates to get to it .[85] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Rancho Los Cerritos is a 4.7-acre (19,000 m2) historical site owned by Long Beach in the Bixby Knolls area near the Virginia Country Club. The adobe buildings date from the 1880s. The site also includes a California history research library.[86]

Long Beach offers singing gondolier trips through the canals of Naples.[89][90] Along with gondola rides on Lake Merritt, on the Napa River, in Huntington Beach, in Newport Beach, in Redondo Beach, and at The Venetian (Las Vegas), Long Beach is only one of seven places in the Western United States where tourists may ride in a gondola.[91]

The Grand Prix of Long Beach in April is the single largest event in Long Beach. It started in 1975 as a Formula 5000 race on the streets of downtown, and became a Formula One race, the United States Grand Prix West, the following year. From 1984 to 2008 it was a Champ Carevent, and is now an IndyCar race. During the same weekend as the Grand Prix, there is also an IMSA SportsCar Championship race, a Formula D round and the Pirelli World Challenge. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Long Beach Motorsports Walk of Fame is on South Pine Avenue in front of the Long Beach Convention Center adjacent to the Long Beach Grand Prix circuit. The Walk of Fame was created in 2006 to honor key contributors to motorsports and annually inducts new members in conjunction with the Long Beach Grand Prix. A 22-inch (560 mm) bronze medallion is placed in the sidewalk for each new inductee. The medallion includes a rendition of the racer’s car and lists top achievements in motor sports. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Long Beach Marathon is run every year in October throughout the City of Long Beach. The annual event includes a variety of races including a Kids Fun Run, a Bike Tour, 5K, Half Marathon and Full Marathon. All races begin and end around the Shoreline Village area of downtown Long Beach. 25,000 runners and cyclists participated in the 2013 festivities drawing nearly 50,000 people attending the event overall.[93] The full marathon is a fast Boston qualifying course passing through sandy beaches, Belmont Shore, and the Cal State Long Beachcampus.[94] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Long Beach State 49ers baseball team has been playing since 1954. They play at Blair Field, across the street from Wilson High School. They are called the Dirtbags by many fans and is the team’s official nickname. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Long Beach was the home of the American Basketball Association team Long Beach Chiefs during the 1962/1963 season. They played in the newly opened Long Beach Arena. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The minor league American Basketball Association team, the Long Beach Jam, played in the Walter Pyramid (a pyramid-shaped gym) on the Long Beach State campus) from 2003 to 2005. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Southern California Summer Pro League is a showcase for current and prospective NBA basketball players, including recent draft picks, NBA players working on their skills and conditioning, and international professionals hoping to become NBA players. The league plays in the Pyramid-on the Long Beach State campus during July. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Since its inception in August 1964, the Congressional Cup has grown into one of the major international sailing events. Now held in April, it is the only grade 1 match race regatta held in the United States. The one-on-one race format is the same as the America’s Cup, and many of the winners of the Congressional Cup have gone on to win the America’s Cup as well. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Leeway Sailing and Aquatics Center on Alamitos Bay in Belmont Shore is a youth sailing program founded in 1929.[95]

In July, there is the annual Catalina Ski Race, which starts from Long Beach Harbor and goes to Catalina Island and back to complete a 100 kilometres (62 mi) circuit. This race has been held annually since 1948 and features skiers from up to seventy teams from around the world.[96][97] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Although California’s surfing scene is said to have gotten its start in Long Beach when in 1911 two surfers returned from Hawaii and the city hosted the first National Surfing and Paddleboard Championships in 1938, surfing is now uncommon in Long Beach due to a 2.2-mile (3.5 km) long breakwater built in 1949 to protect the U.S. Pacific Fleet. The breakwater reduces “mighty waves to mere lake-like lapping along the city’s beaches.” The fleet left in the 1990s, and now some residents are calling for it to be lowered or eliminated and the city has commissioned a $100,000 study for this purpose.[98] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The Belmont Shore rugby team plays in the US Rugby Super League. They have been in seven league finals, and have been champions three times.[citation needed] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Long Beach State‘s team mascot are the 49ers.[99] The school has participated in national championships in women’s volleyball (5), men’s volleyball (1), track and field (1), men’s tennis (1; Division II), swimming (1; Division II), women’s badminton (2), and women’s field hockey (1). The school also has regularly appeared in NCAA tournaments in men’s baseball, men’s softball, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s golf, women’s tennis, men’s water polo, and women’s water polo.[100] Their cheer team were national champions in 2003, 2004 and 2006.[101] The D1 roller hockey team were the 2011 national champions after defeating Lindenwood University. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The other college-level sports team in the city is Long Beach City College. The school has appeared in national championships in men’s gymnastics (6), football (5), women’s soccer (3), and men’s doubles and singles tennis (1 each). They have also had state championships in numerous sports, including 2006–7 championships in men’s and women’s water polo.[102] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

The archery field in El Dorado Regional Park was the site for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics archery competition.[103] CSU Long Beach has one of the few remaining university varsity archery teams in California. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Multiple sports will be held in Long Beach during the 2028 Summer Olympics, including BMX cycling, water polo, triathlon, open water swimming, sailing and handball.[104] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Long Beach, California has two public institutions dedicated to higher education: California State University, Long Beach and Long Beach City College. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Founded in 1949, California State University, Long Beach is a comprehensive public university in the tree-filled Los Altos neighborhood. Long Beach State is three miles away from the Pacific Ocean and is known for their resources of the arts, such as the Carpenter Performing Arts Center.[118] Long Beach Sport Leagues.

Long Beach City College is a community college established in 1927. LBCC is composed of two separate campuses; the Liberal Arts Campus is on the residential area of Lakewood Village, while the Pacific Coast Campus is adjacent to the Eastside neighborhood.[119]

Additionally, Pacific Coast University, a private non-profit law school, is located in Long Beach. Long Beach Sport Leagues.

 

Other Long Beach Sport League Links:

Flag Football League Long Beach

Beach Soccer League Long Beach

Beach Volleyball League Long Beach

Beach Kickball League Long Beach

Basketball League Long Beach

Indoor Volleyball League Long Beach

Ultimate Frisbee League Long Beach

Futsal League Long Beach

Dodgeball League Long Beach

 

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