Adult Sports & Fitness
COVID-19 update: All Adult Sports & Fitness activities/programs have been cancelled or postponed until further notice. If you register, and there is a significant delay or a cancellation of the program/activity, you will receive a prorated or a full refund.
If you have any questions on a specific program/activity, please call the recreation line at 763-572-3570 or email us at email@example.com. Thank you for your understanding, your safety is our top priority!
- Open Gym/Hoops
- Boot Hockey
- Martial Arts
Registration is now open! Teams will play doubleheaders (excluding Sunday Co-Rec League). Entry fees will include softballs and umpires. Sign up today while there is still space for you and your team!
Get in a workout or just enjoy quality time with friends at Open Gym/Open Hoops!
*Open Gym/Open hoops takes place during the winter season.
This 7-week league is for adults who would like to participate in a fun and low intense atmosphere. This 4 on 4 non – officiated ½ - court basketball league will be played at Fridley Middle School. 10 players are allowed on a team roster and players must be at least 16 years of age and older. This League will be limited to the first teams. Games are played on Monday evenings at Fridley Middle school located at 6100 W Moore Lake Dr, NE Fridley, 55432. Registration begins Feb 4th
Teams will play 7 games (weather permitting). These are officiated, no-checking leagues. One official is used for Broomball games. We offer a Co-Rec league on Tuesday nights and a Men's league on Thursday nights.
Each League is limited to 8 teams per league. Registration is now open and ends January 2nd. So sign up while there is still spots left!
Teams will play 7 games (weather permitting). These are officiated, no-checking leagues. Two officials are used for Boot Hockey games. We offer Fun leagues on Sunday and Wednesday nights.
Each League is limited to 8 teams per league. Registration is now open and ends January 2nd. So sign up while we still have spots left!
A touch football activity designed to keep the “rough” style of play to a minimum. No running plays allowed in this allpassing league. Teams play 7 games on Sunday afternoons, beginning in September and the games are scheduled around the Viking telecasts.
This non-officiated fun league will be played on Monday and Wednesday evenings beginning December 3rd for 14 weeks. Games will be played at Hayes Elementary School gymnasium located at 615 Mississippi St N.E. and Roosevelt Middle School located at 650 Main Street in Blaine. Registration begins September 28th. Registration deadline November 28th or when league fills.
Co-Sponsored with the City of Blaine
Games will be played on Sunday evenings beginning May 7.
Games held at Community Park in Fridley and Aquatore Park in Blaine.
Teams will play doubleheaders for 8 weeks (16 games). Games consist of 7 innings (55 minutes).
Each team will consist of 11 players and must field a minimum of 4 females and 4 males to start. Roster maximum is 20 players.
Entry Fee: $215/team
Pickleball is a relatively new sport to Minnesota. It is a cross between Tennis and Table Tennis. The court is slightly smaller than that of a tennis court and the game is played with paddles instead of racquets and a whiffle ball instead of a tennis ball.
JOIN US ANY MONDAY FOR PICKLEBALL AT THE FRIDLEY COMMUNITY CENTER!
6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Mondays
January 4 - March 14
(Closed on the following dates: 1/18, 2/1 and 2/15.)
$3/person or $6/family: All skill levels welcome. Equipment available.
For more information on Pickleball you can call the Fridley Recreation Department
BOGO Tae Kwon Do Sign up for One Session - Get 2nd FREE! Tae Kwon Do is a Korean Martial Art that uses the hands and feet without weapons. Instructor Seybold’s goal with this program is to share the values and knowledge that he has gained through his training with those in the community who wish to try and grow from their experiences. This class is open to teens and adults of all fitness levels, and will focus on encouraging each student’s physical and mental growth. Classes will be held at the Fridley Community Center, 6085 7th Street N.E. Wednesdays/Saturdays Jan 9th - Mar 2nd $16 Mar 6th - Apr 27th $16 * NO CLASS 1/6, 2/9 CLASS TIMES: Wednesday evenings: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Saturday mornings: 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Come explore this ancient exercise system that strengthens the body while calming and focusing the mind. Learn how to take these basic exercises into your daily life to strengthen and ton your body, improve circulation, lower blood pressure, and help relieve stress.
All classes include Hatha or stretching, breathing practices and a guided relaxation//meditation.
This 7-week outdoor soccer/futsal league is for adults who would like to participate in a fun and low intense atmosphere. Futsal is the game that develops all of the best players coming from Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Spain. Games are played on Wednesday evenings at Community Park, located at 7000 University Ave NE Fridley, 55432. There is no better way to improve your soccer skills all while having fun playing the world’s most international sport! Registration begins Feb 4th
The City of Fridley host a Senior Golf League in the summer, at Brightwood Golf Course in New Brighton. League play usually begins in May. The league is structured to accommodate beginners and experienced players.
Given the current situation with COVID-19 and the susceptibility of seniors, we have made a decision regarding the City of Fridley’s Senior Golf League for 2020 season.
As of right now, we decided to postpone the Senior Golf League at Brightwood Hills Golf Course, in regards to the CDC’s statement about vulnerable communities. This was a hard call, we support your choice to get outside in the fresh air, get some exercise and enjoy the game you love. However, we cannot encourage you to gather in groups to play golf. This puts not only yours but others’ health at risk. Your health is paramount in this decision.
According to the Center for Disease Control “Older adults and people who have severe underlying medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes seem to be at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19 illness”.
Furthermore, we do encourage exercise, which could include golf, while following social distancing guidelines and practice preventative hygiene measures to avoid exposure to COVID-19.
Moving forward, we hope to see you as soon as possible and hope that you are staying safe. For more information on how to prevent exposure and how to recognize signs and symptoms please visit the CDC website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.