Happy almost spring! It will be a mix of skill levels, but more on the competitive end than the beginner end of the basketball spectrum. All queer women, queer-positive women, and trans people are welcome. Here are more details:

- Saturdays 5:30-7, March 30 to June 22 (minus Easter weekend and the May long weekend)
- Wednesdays 7-8:30, July 3-August 28
- Trinity Bellwoods gym
- Cost: TBD based on final permit cost and final numbers (in previous years it has been around $100 each but may go up due to gym cost).

If you are interested in playing please email me ASAP at Feel free to spread the word to other players you know who like to run and are nice people. 

If you want to share a spot with someone please arrange it yourselves and let me know you will be doing that. We will not be taking drop-in players for the first few weeks. We may do so later on if our numbers are low. 

Feel free to send any questions my way. Looking forward to some fun runs, 



Is meant to create a queer-positive environment that allows players of all levels to experience and enjoy the game of basketball. Keeping league play a positive experience for everyone is why the league is so successful. The goal is to make all players feel welcomed while promoting respect, fair play, and most all, fun! All queer women, queer-positive women, trans and non-binary folks are welcome.



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Game schedule

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The league began in 1996 as a pickup game on a word of mouth basis and quickly grew. There are over 100 women each year on teams designed to be competitive against one another, and balance experienced and less experienced players to work in tandem. From ex-university players to absolute novices, all women are encouraged to participate, learn the game or hone their skills.

At Rainbow Hoops, players can come out with friends, participate in social events, help run clinics, hang out and watch, meet other basketball players... the opportunities for Saturday nights are endless.

In a city the size of Toronto, we are happy that Rainbow Hoops has been able to grow and accommodate women from all over the city, becoming a part of the fabric of the gay community beyond simply providing an outlet for sport.