Kick it with us in the oldest recess game out there! We offer coed recreational Kickball Leagues (traditional or glow-in-dark).

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 - when applicable), colored league shirts,  custom designed champ shirts and various sponsor giveaways each season make this league a win!

Both team and individual/free agent registration is open.

With Chicago Sport & Social Club, it’s more than a game. Join in on the fun, team competition and camaraderie of a kickball league. Connect with other players or find your next sub by using our Kickball Facebook Group.

Have a group of players, but not enough for a full team? Reach out to [email protected] to see if we can help connect you with another partial team in order to make a whole one.


Coed Glow in the Dark Kickball (6 Men/4 Women on the field) - recommended 15 players on the roster

Coed Kickball (6 Men/4 Women on the field) - recommended 15 players on the roster

6-8 games guaranteed, team jerseys, league administration, equipment, certified umpire, playoffs for qualifying teams, prizes for winners and drink and/or food specials at the sponsor bar (when applicable)

Each jersey set includes the following pre-bundled sizes (No exchanges): 4S, 5M, 4L, 2XL, XXL

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



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.



The recreational level is geared towards participants that are just looking to have fun. This is the most basic level that the CSSC offers, you can think of it as the "beginners" level. Participants that play at this level are out to enjoy themselves and not out for the sheer competition of the  sport. Most players have not played on an organized team before or have only played for a couple of seasons. This is a great level for beginning teams to start and a great way to begin your team's dynasty.


  • Lincoln Park S. Fields (North Ave./ Lake Shore Dr.) 
    • Lincoln Park South Fields, Chicago, IL, 60614
  • Brands Park (3259 N. Elston) 
    • 3259 N. Elston Ave, Chicago, IL, 60618
  • Union Park (1501 W. Randolph) 
    • 1501 W. Randolph St, Chicago, IL
  • Grant Park (Columbus/Balbo) 
    • 1100 S Columbus Dr, Chicago, IL, 60605
  • Jonquil Park (Lincoln/Wrightwood) 
    • 1001-45 W. Wrightwood Ave., Chicago, IL, 60614
  • Revere Park (2509 W. Irving Park Road ) 
    • 2509 W. Irving Park Road , Chicago, IL, 60618
  • Skinner Park (1331 W. Monroe) 
    • 1331 W. Monroe, Chicago, IL, 60607
  • Union Park (Lake/Ashland) 
    • 1501 W Randolph St , Chicago, IL, 60607
  • Ping Tom Park (18th & Wentworth) 
    • 18th & Wentworth, Chicago, IL, 60616
  • Sheridan Park *NEW TURF FIELD* (910 S. Aberdeen St.) 
    • 910 S. Aberdeen St., Chicago, IL, 60607
  • Clarendon Park 
    • 4501 N. Clarendon Ave , Chicago, IL, 60640
  • Welles Park 
    • 2333 W Sunnyside Ave, Chicago, IL, 60625
  • Seward Park 
    • 375 W. Elm St., Chicago, IL, 60610
  • *NEW* Alcott Turf Field 
    • 2625 N. Orchard, Chicago, IL, 60614
  • Jones College Prep HS (700 S. State) 
    • 700 S. State St., Chicago, IL, 60605
  • Franklin School 
    • 225 W. Evergreen Ave, Chicago, IL, 60610