Greater Montreal summer sports leagues

Apr 22, 2014

The summer season will be here in no time, so get ready to get active. For today’s post, the Timbercreek team has put together some information about summer sports leagues in Greater Montreal for our residents to enjoy.

The Club Montreal Sport & Social (1306 Rue Olier) is just six minutes away from our 345 rue De La Gauchetière Ouest community and is an excellent resource to learn more about sports leagues. If you know that you want to be in a league, but aren’t sure which sport you’re most interested in, this social club can help you pick out the right one. Options include soccer, flag football, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, softball, basketball and so much more. Men’s and women’s leagues are available and teams meet on a variety of days throughout the week so you’ll be sure to find something that accommodates your schedule.

For those who love soccer, the Soccer Plexe Catalogna (775, 1st Avenue, Lachine), which is just thirteen minutes away from our 2085 rue Guy community, might be the place for you. Specializing in soccer, this leading soccer complex features one indoor field and one outdoor field. Leagues include elite levels as well as over fifty teams. Not only do they host plenty of soccer leagues, they also offer lawn bowling, rugby, field hockey and other sports as well. Birthday parties and corporate events can also be held here.

If you’d like to participate in sports but would rather not commit to joining a league, you’ve got options. The summer is perfect for trying out different types of sports like tennis. The Somerled Tennis Courts (4900 Avenue Hampton) are a fifteen-minute walk from our 5500 Borden Avenue community and accepts reservations. Here, you can play with a partner at a specified time or drop in without reservations at noted times.

Swimming is also an excellent sport and you don’t have to leave home to do it. Our 4020 St-Jean community features an onsite swimming pool so you can swim some laps right outside your door.

For more information about Timbercreek Communities’ Montreal apartments, click here.

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