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Basketball

Basketball

Basketball

Basketball

Basketball registration is open, and the season tips off soon! We offer men’s and coed basketball with levels varying from recreational to competitive. We play at multiple locations all over the city, whether you are looking to explore Chicago or find one in your local neighborhood we have you covered.

Our player perks include sponsor bars (where you are sure to secure great drink specials each week), custom designed shirts and champ shirts and various sponsor giveaways each season making playing with us a win! In addition, we'll have you feeling like a pro by keeping up with your stats and recaps throughout the season. Both group and individual registration is available.

With Chicago Sport & Social Club, it’s more than a game. Join in on the fun, competition and camaraderie of our basketball program. Connect with other players or find others to play with by using our Basketball Facebook Group.

Effective January 3rd, 2022 The City of Chicago has issued a vaccination mandate for all indoor public gathering spaces and venues must implement a vaccine requirement for entry, in additional to the existing mask mandate.  All CSSC participants must show a valid ID and vaccine card to gain entrance to any indoor gym or facility.

Player Stats

Men’s 5 vs. 5 - recommended 10 players on roster

Coed 5 vs. 5 (3 men/2 women on the court) - recommended 10 players on roster

7-8 games guaranteed, team jerseys, league administration, equipment, two certified referees, playoffs for qualifying teams, prizes for winners and drink and/or food specials at league sponsor bar

Each basketball team jersey set includes the following pre-bundled sizes (No exchanges):

  • Coed: 2S, 2M, 4L, 2XL       
  • Men’s: 1M, 5L, 3XL, 1XXL

Teams may purchase additional shirts or sizes for $5 per shirt

FIND A LEAGUE


LEVELS

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​Recreational

The Recreational level is CSSC's most basic level of play. You can think of it as the beginner level. Participants that play at this level are looking to first and foremost play their sport for fun. While competition may be important to them it is not necessarily the top priority.

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Intermediate

The intermediate level is geared towards participants who are still relatively new to the sport but are seeking a little bit more competition.  It’s a step up from Rec level with most players having a bit more experience. Participants playing at this level have a good knowledge of the rules and have played for a few seasons.

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Competitive

The Competitive level is geared for participants with good experience playing their respective sport and who enjoy the competition of the sport as much as anything. This level is CSSC's top level. Participants at this level will have high school and even college experience playing their sport competitively.

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Open

The Open level is available to all levels of play. It is "open" to everyone. It's a combination of skill levels that usually skews towards the intermediate level, depending on the sport.

Recreational

The Recreational level is CSSC's most basic level of play. You can think of it as the beginner level. Participants that play at this level are looking to first and foremost play their sport for fun. While competition may be important to them it is not necessarily the top priority.

Intermediate

The intermediate level is geared towards participants who are still relatively new to the sport but are seeking a little bit more competition.  It’s a step up from Rec level with most players having a bit more experience. Participants playing at this level have a good knowledge of the rules and have played for a few seasons.

Competitive

The Competitive level is geared for participants with good experience playing their respective sport and who enjoy the competition of the sport as much as anything. This level is CSSC's top level. Participants at this level will have high school and even college experience playing their sport competitively.

Open

The Open level is available to all levels of play. It is "open" to everyone. It's a combination of skill levels that usually skews towards the intermediate level, depending on the sport.

 

  • Broadway Armory (5917 N. Broadway) 
    • 5917 N. Broadway, Chicago, IL, 60660
  • Jose De Diego School (1331 N. Claremont) 
    • 1331 N. Claremont, Chicago, IL, 60622
  • DePaul Ray Meyer Center (2263 N. Sheffield) 
    • 2263 N. Sheffield St, Chicago, IL, 60614
  • Drucker Center (1535 N. Dayton St.) 
    • 1535 N. Dayton St, Chicago, IL, 60642
  • Pritzker School (2009 W. Schiller) 
    • 2009 W. Schiller St, Chicago, IL, 60622
  • Fitness Formula - Union Station (444 W. Jackson) 
    • 444 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL, 60606
  • Lincoln Park High School (2001 N. Orchard) 
    • 2001 N. Orchard St, Chicago, IL, 60614
  • Jenner School (1119 N. Cleveland Ave) 
    • 1119 N. Cleveland Ave, Chicago, IL, 60610
  • Fitness Formula - Gold Coast (1030 N. Clark) 
    • 1030 N. Clark, Chicago, IL, 60610
  • Walter Payton HS (1034 N. Wells) 
    • 1034 N. Wells St, Chicago, IL, 60610
  • St. George Greek Orthodox Church (2701 N. Sheffield) 
    • 2701 N. Sheffield St, Chicago, IL, 60614
  • West Loop Athletic Club (1380 W. Randolph) 
    • 1380 W. Randolph Street, Chicago, IL, 60607
  • UIC Physical Education Building 
    • 901 W. Roosevelt, Chicago, IL, 60608
  • Lincoln Park HS/Oz Park 
    • 2001 N Orchard St Chicago, IL 60614,
  • Old St. Pat's Gym 
    • 120 S. DesPlaines St, Chicago, IL,
  • Jones College Prep HS (700 S. State) 
    • 700 S. State St., Chicago, IL, 60605
  • Windy City Fieldhouse 
    • 2367 W Logan Blvd, Chicago, Il, 60647
  • The British School (Halsted/Eastman) 
    • 814 W. Eastman, Chicago, IL, 60642
  • Wells High School 
    • 936 N. Ashland, Chicago, IL, 60622

 

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