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11 philadelphia pickleball leagues to help you up your game

ready to dominate pickleball philly? here are the leagues you need to know about

Calling all Philly pickleball players! 🏓🎽👟 Are you looking for a group in the city to up your game? Check out our list of pickleball leagues in Philadelphia and the surrounding area. And join Philly's pickleball community to find players near you.

You’ve got your racquet, the sun is out, and you’re ready to practice your backspin at your favourite pickleball court. There’s only one problem—you need other players. 

Luckily, there are tons of awesome Philadelphia pickleball leagues and groups for all ages and experience levels that you can join this summer.

Keep reading for our list of 11 pickleball leagues in Philadelphia and the surrounding area. 

Pickleball Leagues For the Ultra-Competitive

MITB Pickleball League

Location: Various locations around Philadelphia

MITB organizes this digital league that helps connect players to set up matches at their convenience. It’s designed for competitive players to test their skills against one another. 

To register, players must select their level. They then gain access to a list of other registered players at the same level. To earn points and become the champion of their level, players challenge each other and set the date and location for each match.

The league opens in August and runs for three months. At the end of the league, each player tallies their stats to determine a Champion who will compete at the national level.

Don’t let the serious tone of this league deter you from giving it a shot—organizers encourage all levels to register.

Warminster Pickleball League

Location: Munro Community Park

This co-ed league in Warminster is open to players 18 years of age and older. The league begins on July 11th, 2022.

Games are every Monday from 6:00 pm to 10:30 pm. They take place at Munro Community Park on an outdoor tennis court with pickleball lines. 

Registration fees include premium equipment available for use at each game. Playoffs can last between 1 to 3 weeks, and champions will compete for medals. 

Phoenixville Pickleball League

Location: Manovan Park

Beginning on July 12th, 2022, this co-ed league is open to players 18 years of age and older.

Games take place at Manovan park in Phoenixville. They begin at 6:00 pm every Tuesday and run until 8:30 pm.

Equipment is provided for players at each game. Playoffs last between 1 to 3 weeks, and players compete for their chance to win championship medals.

Pickleball Groups For Casual Competition

Want to dip your toe in, not go all out with pickleball competition? Here are the Philadelphia pickleball groups that might work for you!

Phield House Pickleball Group

Location: Phield House

This regular pickleball event is an ideal option for casual players who live in downtown Philadelphia. Phield House is located right in the city center. They host pickleball games on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Players in this group enjoy two regulation-size courts.

As far as leagues go, this is on the less competitive side. It’s a great place to organize casual games and have fun. 

Northwest Philly Pickleball

Location: Narberth, PA

This is an inclusive group of varying ages and skill levels. They focus on organizing casual matches for players to socialize and improve their technique.

While they are open to beginners, many players in this group compete nationwide.

Horsham Pickleball Group

Location: Horsham Community Center

Members of the Horsham Township can enjoy this meetup group for pickleball players of all skill levels. Players can find anything from casual games to competitive matches in this group.

Register for this group at the Horsham Community Center. The fee covers one year of membership.

Jamison Pickleball Group

Location: Jamison, PA

This casual group consists of beginners, intermediate players and people looking to socialize. They host weekly all-play games where all skill levels are welcome to practice and have fun. All-play meetups take place on varying days of the week based on interest and player availability. 

Willingboro, NJ Pickleball Group

Location: Willingboro, NJ

Just across the Delaware River, you’ll find the Willingboro recreational pickleball group

This is a thriving group with over 1000 members. They are inclusive and beginner-friendly. While they are social, they mostly focus on game time. They host an indoor league and award metals to the champions.

Seger Park Pickleball and Table Tennis Meetup

Location: Seger Park

With over 1500 members, the Seger Park pickleball group is one of the largest pickleball organizations in Philadelphia. They host regular meetups for varying skill levels beginning in April and running until October. 

Beginner-friendly meetings take place on Saturdays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Competitive matches for experienced players take place on Wednesdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm and Sundays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  

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Pickleball Groups For Total Beginners

A lot of people are discovering pickleball for the first time. Here are the Philadelphia pickleball leagues perfect for total beginners!

Lower Bucks Pickleball Club

Location: Langhorne, PA

This new pickleball group is located in Lower Bucks County. It is a social and fun group for beginners and intermediate players to improve their skills.

This group is very beginner-friendly and even hosts lessons for first-time players.

Northeast Racquet Club Pickleball

Location: Northeast Racquet Club

If you want to join a group that hosts regular clinics run by a certified pickleball instructor, the Northeast Racquet Club is a great option! 

The club hosts open games and events multiple times per week. They have memberships or guest passes, so it’s a great option for new players who want to see if they enjoy the game.

Join a Pickleball League in Philly

Whether you’re looking for a challenging league or some friendly competition, there are a ton of great pickleball groups to join in Philadelphia. With so many places to play, it’s one of the best ways to get some exercise, meet new people, and improve your skills.

If you’re looking for more people to play pickleball with, join Philly's pickleball community or download the eseo app. We’re building an inclusive community of sports lovers in Philadelphia so you can spend less time planning and more time playing!

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