How This Works

WAKA kickball is real fun for real people. The average WAKA Kickball player is a young professional (21+). Leagues are co-ed adults and play is like the elementary school game you remember – the one with the big red playground ball. It's an easy game that is open to all skill levels. (Even YOU can be a kickball superstar!) 

A WAKA kickball season generally consists of eight regular season games and a league championship tournament. The leagues are made up of 4-16 co-ed teams. (That means TONS of new people to meet and party with!) Qualifying teams from each league are eligible to compete in the annual Founders Cup World Kickball Championship held in Las Vegas. (It's true - there really is a World Kickball Championship in Vegas!)

"I think joining WAKA Kickball has been one of the best decisions I've made recently. I've met so many amazing people. I'm having a blast." -Ted Distel (CA Dogtown League)

"I just moved to a new city and thanks to WAKA, I don't have to worry about making new friends. I know I'll meet cool people at kickball. I can't wait for the league to start!" - Mike Papi (TX Capital League)

"I moved out to Arizona from Illinois for pharmacy school and knew no one out here except my classmates.  A couple of us decided to join WAKA's Victory league in Glendale, and we've been hooked on WAKA for the last two years now!  Not only have I met so, so many amazing people, but kickball kept me sane through school & made me actually look forward to Mondays! Since joining, we've had WAKA couples marrying & WAKA babies born, old team members move away, and new members join, but at the end of the day, the friends I've met through kickball are people I will be friends with till we're too old to play anymore...like when we're 95!" -Jalee F. (AZ Victory League) 

Join tens of thousands of others who have made WAKA kickball a part of their lives. Here's how... 

 

1) Use the List of Leagues or Zip Code Map Search to find a WAKA kickball league near your home or work.

 2) Learn more about your league options by reading the local webpages on kickball.com.

 3) Decide on a league, create a kickball.com account, and register. It's that easy!