Registration now open for fall 2023 athletic leagues

September 08, 2023

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (September 8, 2023) Louisville Parks and Recreation is offering four opportunities for fun and competition through fall athletic leagues. The public can now sign up for adult volleyball, adult pickleball and Little Futsal (ages 3 & 4). Registration for youth soccer has already closed, and games will begin September 23 at Petersburg Park.

All four leagues are co-ed. Volleyball games will be played on Wednesday evenings at Cyril Allgeier Community Center starting October 11. Teams of up to 12 players are accepted with a team fee of $250. The fall adult pickleball league offers play for beginner and intermediate level participants, and team and individual sign-ups are available.. Space is limited as games begin mid-September. The public is asked to sign up as soon as possible.

Little Futsal will take place on Wednesday evenings at Cyril Allgeier Community Center starting October 11 and will include fundamental drills with a short game following. There is a $20 registration fee for Little Futsal.

 “It is always our goal to ensure our leagues and programming are affordable to the community, and we are excited to be able to offer this experience to youths and adults at such a low cost,” said Interim Director Ozzy Gibson.

Volunteer coaches are always needed for athletic leagues. For more information, or to sign up to coach or participate in a league, visit or call Cyril Allgeier Community Center at (502) 456-3261. Interested parties can also stay up to date on information on athletics by following Louisville Parks and Recreation on all social media platforms.



Louisville Parks and Recreation, a nationally accredited parks and recreation agency, manages more than 120 parks and six parkways on more than 13,000 acres of land and operates recreation programs for area residents of all ages and abilities through its 14 community centers. The department’s inventory also includes 10 golf courses; the Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center and four outdoor pools; the David Armstrong Extreme Park; two historic homes; the historic Iroquois Amphitheater performance venue; and the nation’s largest municipally owned urban forest, Jefferson Memorial Forest. More details on the department’s people and programs can be found at

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