Interested in CMSA Kickball? Learn a bit more below: Who can participate? You! Anyone and everyone is welcome to join at any skill level. If you are new to playing sports, then please let us know. We will try our best to make sure we find a team that is a good fit for you. How do I register? Click the register button on this page and follow the prompts. You will need to pay an additional fee if you have not already paid your CMSA annual dues that are good from September 1st to August 31st each year. Sign up as a free agent if you are not part of a team. Sign up as a team captain if you want to run a team. Sign up as a team player if you already know the team that you are registering for. What should I do during the game? Have fun! Meet new people and make more friends while playing kickball. For more information on schedule, equipment, and location, see below and to the right! If you'd like to stay connected with CMSA Kickball then please like us on Facebook; for any other questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|League||Season Name||Registration Period||League Dates|
|Open||Spring||March||April - June|
|Open||Fall||August - September||September - October|
Fall/Spring - 11 v. 11 on the field (subbing allowed anytime), everyone present kicks
Team captains can register and create a team. Individuals can then register on their own and select their preferred team.
Players may register as a free agent and will be assigned to a team prior to the league start date. We ensure free agents are spread between existing teams for fairness and to make sure all new players feel welcome.
If you are in need of assistance with player fees, CMSA created a hardship fund to help with the expenses. This application will go to the treasurer for review.
Regular Season: 2 games per week, 7 week season. Games are Sunday mornings.
Playoffs: All teams qualify for playoffs. Playoffs are single elimination and take place on one day.
Rosters: Minimum 12 on a roster; no maximum
All equipment is provided, including team t-shirts. League-provided referees officiate each game. The league provides all bases, balls, and any other equipment needed.
We do recommend having a pair of cleats to play in. This helps especially for when the fields get wet. We recommend getting an inexpensive pair of baseball cleats. Metal spikes are not allowed.