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Adult Sports Leagues

Basketball, Volleyball and Badminton

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The City of Sunnyvale Parks and Recreation Department offers leagues in each of the sports below for teams interested in playing other teams

Basketball – 10 week season + playoffs

Winter: early January thru late March
Spring/Summer: early April thru late June            
Fall: early September thru early December

Volleyball – 8 week season + playoffs

Winter: early January thru mid March
Spring: late March thru early June
Summer: late June thru late August
Fall: Late September thru mid November.

Registration is for teams only. Individuals can call to be placed on a waiting list for players looking for a team. For registration information call (408) 730-7334.

Adult Drop-In Gym

Sunnyvale Indoor Sports Center • 550 E. Remington Drive

Volleyball

Tuesday 5:00-7:00pm

Badminton

Monday thru Friday 11:30am-1:30pm

*Saturday 3:30-5:30pm & 5:45-7:45pm

*Sunday 12:30-2:30pm & 2:45-4:45pm

Must be at least 16 years of age or older to participate unless supervised by parent or legal guardian (Badminton only)

Individual drop-in fee: $5 per visit; spectators must also pay the fee

Discount passes available:

Sunnyvale Resident (10 visit pass $40)
Non-residents(10 visit pass $45)

* Two separate sessions—separate fee charged.

 

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