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Toronto Kickball Pre-Season

Toronto Kickball wants to know, "can you kick it"? If you answered, "yes we can!", then come on out to Alexandra Park at 6:30pm this Sunday for the Toronto Kickball Pre-Season kickoff!

If you're never heard of kickball, you've probably got a lot of questions, so here's some information which will hopefully help put things in perspective:

What is Kickball?

Kickball is just another name for Soccer-Baseball, which is basically a baseball rules game played on a baseball diamond, using an inflated ball that you kick, instead of hitting a baseball with a bat.

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Who can play?

Technically speaking, anyone 19 or over. More to the point, anyone in their 20s looking to goof off and play some non-competitive competitive sports. Overly competitive jock types are not what we're looking for. If you can't deal with disputed calls being settled with rock-paper-scissors, this isn't for you.

How much?

Free baby! We will be holding some fundraiser parties throughout the season to help pay for our expenses (bases, balls, etc...).

Do I need a team?

Nope. League play will be starting in a few weeks, but Toronto Kickball is committed to always being open to new players. Just show up and we'll find you a team for the day. Kickball is all about making friends and meeting new people...

If you'd like more info, visit the Toronto Kickball website . We'll be explaining everything in more details this Sunday. Don't be late, the game starts at 6:30pm sharp!

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