Riverside Adult Sports

Published: 10/5/2017


October 5, 2017


Regina Bonilla

Recreation Services Coordinator

[email protected]

(951) 826-2015

Riverside Adult Sports

Riverside Encourages Adults to Play Ball

RIVERSIDE, CA – The City of Riverside, Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department invites adults over the age of 18 to explore how “Parks Make Life Better” by participating in the Adult Volleyball and Men’s Adult Basketball Leagues. These recreational sports leagues offer a chance for families, friends, businesses and organizations to get together for weekly, friendly competition.

The Men’s Adult Basketball League consists of two age brackets for players ages 18 and over and 30 and over.  The cost per team is $300 Resident/$345 Non Resident for a 10-week league along with a $25 officiating fee charged per team prior to the start of each game.  League play for the 18 and over league begins Monday, October 2 and 30 and over begins Tuesday, October 3. Teams are now forming to be played at Hunt and Orange Terrace Parks.

The Adult Volleyball League consists of a Women’s League and a Co-ed League, ages 18 and over. The cost per team is $200 Resident/$245 Non Resident for a 10-week league along with a $12 officiating fee charged per team prior to the start of each game.  League play for the Women’s league teams begins Wednesday, October 4 and the coed league begins Thursday, October 5.  Teams are now forming for the season that will be played at Hunt and Nichols Parks.

Registration is accepted online at RivReg.org or at any local community center.

About Riverside

As the City of Arts & Innovation, Riverside, California is rich in history and culture, and is setting the pace in innovative practices for government, business and education. With a population of just over 300,000, Riverside is the largest city in the Inland Southern California region, the 12th largest city in California, and the 6th largest in Southern California. Riverside is home to four internationally recognized universities and colleges that support a growing college student population of nearly 50,000. Businesses and residents in Riverside benefit from city-owned electrical and water systems, high-speed fiber optic telecommunications, an easily-accessed freeway system, BNSF and UP rail access, and a large corporate jet and general aviation airport.

With standards of excellence in technology, workforce development, arts, innovation, education and social capital the City has been named America’s #2 Hot Spot for Tech (Forbes, 2013); #6 Happiest Place for Young Professionals (Forbes, 2013); #3 ‘Can Do’ Capital (Newsweek, 2011); and the 2012 Intelligent Community of the Year by the Intelligent Community Forum.