Find your niche among these 13 LGBTQ Atlanta sports leagues, teams and fan groups

Queer jocks and fans run deep in Atlanta. If you want a team, league or group to join, Atlanta’s got indoor, outdoor, underwater options. Especially in spring, they come out of the woodwork to line up a slate of activities to keep you busy through Memorial Day and beyond.

In addition to the Front Runner jocks in this week’s Q cover story, here’s a rundown of other athletic endeavors you can sign up for or cheer on this spring. 

Front Runners Atlanta

Twice-weekly runs, monthly beer run, 

fun runs all year. Pride Run in June.

Meet them in this issue of Q.


National Flag Football League of Atlanta 

Pre-Season Games March 7

Season Opener March 14

Games through May at Atlanta Silverbacks Park


Hotlanta Softball League 

Season opener March 8 at Johnson Park in Conyers. 

Weekly games through June. 


Atlanta Dixie Invitational Bowling Tournament

April 10-12, 2019

at Brunswick Zone in Roswell


Atlanta Bucks Rugby 

Current season continues through March 16 


All Stripes (LGBTQ Atlanta United Fans) 

Atlanta United Home Opener

Sunday, March 7:30 p.m.

at Mercedes-Benz Stadium 

All Stripes tailgate preceding the game


Hotlanta Soccer 

Games throughout the spring and into summer


Atlanta Rainbow Trout 

Practices and Meets throughout the year

Scramble Tournament April 18 at Georgia Tech Aquatic Center 


Hotlanta Volleyball Association 

Weekly practices throughout the year 


Atlanta Team Tennis Association 

Matches throughout the year

Chattahoochee Doubles Classic March 6-8


Southern Softpaw League 

Fall Ball games at Nickajack Park in Mableton


Wilderness Network of Georgia 

Events throughout the year


Women’s Outdoor Network 

Events throughout the year

Visit us right here at Project Q Atlanta throughout the year for sports coverage, photo galleries and all of Atlanta’s best queer news, culture and entertainment. 

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