Men's Rec Leagues 1

Whether you want to improve your cardio or meet new people, recreational sports offer a wide variety of activities for all skill levels. Answer these questions and see which summer/fall sport fits your lifestyle.


GO Kickball Billings


People of all skill levels are welcome in this very social league. There is a designated league bar, where teams are encouraged to meet after the games and enjoy a drink together. Games are once a week in the evenings at designated city parks with a tournament to conclude the season. You can join as a “free agent” and be added to a team, or gather up a group of friends and make your own team (minimum 15 people per team). 21 and up. Coed

Indoor Volleyball

Billings Parks and Recreation


Be ready to bump, set, and spike. This adult league requires at least six people per team. You can choose a recreation or competitive division placement depending on your skill level and experience. Between 1 p.m. and 8 p.m. Sundays. 18 and up. Coed

Men’s Flag Football

Billings Parks and Recreation


Football lovers rejoice. You can enjoy the thrill of the sport in this pass-heavy, fast-paced league without the pitfalls of full contact. The league follows similar rules to the Youth NFL Flag Football program. Teams play six vs. six on 50-yard outdoor fields. Between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sundays. 18 and up.

City League Men’s Basketball

Billings Park and Recreation

$350/team, $45 player fee per player

Do you feel confident enough to take the court in the famous City League? Space is limited, so it’s best to register early if you want to snag a spot for your team. You have the option to choose between competitive, semi-competitive or recreational basketball. Held at various local middle schools. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays.