Welcome to Detroit's LGBTQ and Allied Kickball League! We are happy you are here and hoping you can learn everything that you need about Stonewall Kickball and how you can get involved. If you have any questions not answered below; head on over to the Meet the Board page and reach out to any of the board members directly.
Registration open May 1-16
Frequently asked questions
How do I join Stonewall Kickball?
Creating your own team and acting as the Captain gives you control over how you build your roster. You can recruit up to 14 players and will be given free agents to round your team out.
Playing as a free agent is a great way to experience Stonewall, weather it's your first season or your 10th! Our leagues grow year after year, so it's almost guaranteed you'll meet groups of new and friendly people. You can also request to be partnered with a friend as a pair of 2 free agents so that you are placed on a team together.
Stonewall Kickball teams are coordinated first by the team captain. Before completing the registration process, please ensure that a captain knows you will be taking up a player spot on their team. This prevents any confusion for the team rosters.
What do I need to know as a team captain?
Communicating essential information about schedules, locations, and events
Team cohesion and healthy interaction between your team members and other participants
The on-boarding of your free agent players, helping them transition from new player to fully fledged team member and friend
Management of line-ups, positions, and general information about the sport
What is the season schedule/time commitment like?
How will teams be divided?
If I have questions or concerns about the league, who do I talk to?
send a private message on our Facebook Page
Who is Stonewall Sports For?
Stonewall Sports is for everyone. Perhaps you haven't kicked a ball since elementary school or thrown a dodgeball since high school, or maybe you've been playing in adult leagues for years, either way, we offer a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment for all.