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IM+ Sports League

(734) 764-0578

Recreational League offering sand volleyball, kickball, soccer, ultimate frisbee, softball, spikeball, 3v3 outdoor basketball, singles tennis, and doubles tennis. $25/person and membership to Recreational Sports is not required. Open to all 18+. recsports.umich.edu/intramurals/implus intramurals@umich.edu


Multi-Sports Programs

815 Wildt [map]

(734) 545-8859

Co-ed sports club for adults ages 21 and older, offering flag football, kickball, beach volleyball, soccer, softball, ultimate frisbee, golf & more. Focused on social interaction. havefun@aasportsclub.com, milifea2.com


Multi-Sports Programs

1515 S. Seventh (in the southwest wing of Pioneer High School) [map]

(734) 994-2300

Offers activities for adults and youth. Organizes many sports, camps, classes, and adapted activities. See quarterly brochure and website for class fees, information and registration. aareced.com S




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