We are a group of Fargo enthusiasts who are looking to have a good time and engage in athletic competition while also networking and meeting new people.

Our Summer 2019 season starts with kickball. For updates, please be sure to like us on Facebook


  • Jun 19 2019 (Week 1): Teams 2&3 @ 6pm, 1&3 @ 7pm (TEAM 3 DOUBLE HEADER)
  • Jun 26 2019 (Week 2): Teams 3&1 @ 6pm, 1&2 @ 7pm (TEAM 1 DOUBLE HEADER)
  • Jul 03 2019: NO GAMES
  • Jul 10 2019 (Week 3): Teams 2&1 @ 6pm, 3&2 @ 7pm (TEAM 2 DOUBLE HEADER)
  • Jul 17 2019 (Week 4): Teams 1&3 @ 6pm, NO SECOND GAME (Team 2 Bye Week)
  • Jul 24 2019 (Week 5): Teams 3&2 @ 6pm, NO SECOND GAME (Team 1 Bye Week)
  • Jul 31 2019 (Week 6): Teams 2&1 @ 6pm, NO SECOND GAME (Team 3 Bye Week)
  • Aug 07 2019 (KICKBALL FINALS): Seed 2&3 Teams play @ 6pm. Winner plays a doubleheader against Seed 1 Team @ 7pm. Happy Hour @ Fargo Brewing Co afterwards!

Register

Sign up today for kickball!
Starting on June 19th, 2019
Every Wednesday, 6:00pm & 7:00pm
Registration Now Closed!

Field Location

Friendship Park

The field is close to Hornbachers on 25th Ave N & Broadway.
Take 3rd street north, then a left on 26th Ave. Friendship Park is in the neighborhood. Parking is available along the street surrounding the field. Google Maps Link

Rules & Regulations

Kickball Rules

Our intention for this "league" is to be fun, light-hearted, and social. Fortunately, that's part of what makes adult kickball awesome. The official rules are designed to keep the game fun, and while we reserve the right to modify the rules as we see fit, in general we'll be using the standard regulations set by the World Adult Kickball Association (Updated in 2014). It's a really easy read, I highly suggest glancing through them, especially if you're called on to ref :)


Official Kickball Rules (PDF)


Unsportsmanlike conduct, unwelcome physical contact, excessive whining, and being an a-hole are certain ways to get kicked out of a game. This is just a lighthearted way to meet people and have fun, please don't take it too seriously or make it uncomfortable for the rest of us. The refs will make mistakes, and we may not see every play. If there are disputes, only the team captain and co-captain can talk with the ref about it. Let's just have fun out there :).

Here are the highlights:

  • 8 innings played (time permitting)
  • 11 players on the field at a time (see this diagram for more info). Note the extra outfielders, and how first and third base play inside a bit. Minimum 8 players required for play, ideally with 4 girls and 4 guys. If you can't field 3 girls (2 in the infield), a handicap will be enforced
  • There are three strikes, four balls, and foul balls do not count as strikes. Four fouls make an out.
  • Tag up on foul balls (just like baseball)
  • You can get a runner out by throwing or running the ball to the base (just like baseball), or successfully tagging them with the ball (by hand or throwing). Head and neck shots don't count (and it's illegal to aim at the head intentionally).
  • Catching a pop fly counts as an out. Typically a runner is out if they go beyond 4 feet outside the running line.
  • The play is over when the pitcher has control of the ball
  • No leading off or stealing bases
  • Dropped fly balls in foul territory are still foul balls
  • Max single base taken for overthrown ball (into foul territory only). This is a restriction on the runner, not an automatic advance.
  • In general there are no restrictions on pitching style. The ball must contact the ground two times minimum, and enter the kicking zone at a height of one foot or less (and remain one foot or less until reaching the kicker).
  • The strike zone is a three-dimensional irregular pentagon based on the shape of home plate and is 1 foot in height. See this graphic as an example. The front of the zone aligns with the front of home plate. The sides of the zone extend one 1 foot to either side of the plate. The back edges of the zone are one (1) foot from the back sides of the plate. (For our purposes, we'll enforce this as it makes sense, but hopefully everyone just kicks everything and we won't have to worry too much about it ;) )
  • Metal Cleats are not allowed
  • All field players (including pitcher, excluding catcher) must remain behind third-first base diagonal until kicker makes contact with the ball
  • Games can end in a tie! And that's OK

There are further "laymen" explanations on the DC Kickball site, although some of their exact rules are slightly different from regulation. The general ideas are the same.

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