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The Dallas Lone Star Basketball Association was founded in 2012 (League was called Dallas GBA). This league was created for LGBTAQ men and women to create an atmosphere for athletes in hopes of strengthening a community while providing alternative option for socializing within the gay community.
The AGBL was created to provide a welcoming environment to all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who are interested in playing basketball, building friendships, and giving back to Austin’s community.
Pride San Antonio is expanding its sports offerings by starting a 5on 5, full court basketball league. While there will be wins, losses, and friendly competition, the primary goal of the league is to provide another outlet for everyone to show their support of the LGBTQ community.
Castro Basketball League – the oldest gay basketball league in the world.
The San Francisco Gay Basketball Association has seen hundreds of players pass through its doors over the last 30 years — highly skilled and less skilled; men and women; every race and creed; gay, straight and transgender.
We are New York’s first official gay basketball league. Since our founding in 2006, we’ve maintained and grown an athletic environment free of discrimination for members and friends of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community.
The New York City Gay Basketball League provides a safe and welcoming environment free from harassment and discrimination for members and friends of the LGBTQ+ community to play basketball and build camaraderie.
We are excited to announce a new all-inclusive basketball club in the Seattle area for the LGBTQ community and our straight allies. We welcome all players who are committed to creating a safe and enjoyable basketball club for people from all walks of life and all levels of play.
The Boston Gay Basketball League is a well organized basketball league in the greater Boston area free from discrimination on the basis of race, religion, creed, gender, national origin or sexual orientation, with special emphasis on the participation of the gay community. The league promotes sportsmanship and camaraderie and fights to eliminate negative stereotypes associated with LGBT athletics. Beginners are always welcome, as are players of all experience.
Everyone is welcome, regardless of basketball or athletic experience. The League has four divisions (Competitive, Intermediate, Recreational & Masters) so players of all skill, interest and energy level have a place to play!
The TGBA is Toronto’s best basketball league for the queer community and their allies! We’re a non-profit semi-competitive league that welcomes all skill levels.