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United Social Sports Spring Registration Now Open (Promoted)

Editor’s Note: This post is authored and sponsored by United Social Sports.

Spring will be here before you know it, and that means more than just NBA & NHL playoffs! United Social Sports spring season will start in April, and now is the time to register for spring leagues in Arlington!

United Social Sports continues to give Arlington residents a chance to “get out and play.” From the alternative social sports like DC Dodgeball Capital Bocce, DC Skeeball and DC Cornhole to the traditional rec leagues like DC Softball, DC Soccer, and DC Volleyball, we’ve got you covered as usual.

USS continues to innovate and expand our Arlington leagues offering those who live, work or play here plenty of opportunities to get active and be social.

Below is a list of some of the Arlington / NOVA area leagues. For a full listing visit www.UnitedSocialSports.com and remember to check back often as new leagues are added as permits roll in.

Bar Multi-Sports: Full Lineup

Cornhole: Full Lineup

Skeeball: Full Lineup

Bocce: Full Lineup

Dodgeball: Full Lineup

  • Thursdays @ Crystal City Gateway Sport & Health

Soccer: Full Lineup

Softball: Full Lineup

Volleyball – Sand: Full Lineup

Volleyball – Indoor: Full Lineup

United Social Sports caters to a growing population in Arlington who love to stay active and have a focus on having fun and being social over hardcore victories.

Registration closes for Spring Team Sports on Tuesday, March 31st (or when leagues fill up) and for Spring Bar Sports on Tuesday, April 7th.

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