Thursday Night League-Fort Lauderdale

Hi guys, I am coming to you this month with some bad news, that will affect our Thursday night league in Fort Lauderdale. It seems that due to an issue we had at the bar last night that got a little out of control, we have lost our sponsorship from Brinys. This means that for next season and on, we will no longer be meeting at Brinys after  the games. It is truly unfortunate, as we always tried to conduct a good working relationship with this bar, and the actions of a few caused us to lose this great venue. We will be looking into other options, and will have a replacement bar announced sometime before next season starts.


Edit- 4/26/2016- This was an April Fool’s Day joke, and in no way should be taken seriously!

Elections, turkeys, and Redballs?

Today is the day where we can go back to watching TV without all the political madness. Whether you agree or disagree with the outcome of this presidential election, one this is for certain. Everyone will be watching the next four years.

There has been a lot of talk the past few months about all the presidential candidates. Living in a swing state, we have been bombarded with negative campaign ads, and numerous political rallies for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. We were reminded daily of the email scandal of Clinton, and the way Trump degraded women, minorities, and people with disabilities. Both candidates made strong arguments to better our country, and in the end, we had to choose one.

But enough about politics. It’s November, which means Thanksgiving. I am sure we all have a lot to be thankful for this year. We can be thankful for this election to finally be over (again whether you agree with it or not). We can be thankful that Florida finally passed a medical Marijuana law! We can be thankful we are here, with friends and family. Most importantly, be thankful you get to get together one night (or more) during the week and play some awesome sports with some pretty incredible friends. Whatever you are thankful for this year, know that we are thankful for your support and that you continue to come back and play with us. So thank you Redballers!

-Redball Crew

Unfortunate event at Mills Pond Park

Everywhere we look these days, there is some type of violence. It is plastered all over out tvs, our social media feeds, and in the mouths of every individual around you. We are seeing an increase in the amount of gun violence in this country, and last night it hit a little close to home. It may not have been a major incident, however it is just as real a scare as any.

In our leagues we play at parks and have a good time and are safe. Last week, a youth football coach was killed by gun violence in a park .Our condolences  go out to the family and friends of the victim.

Please be on alert ladies and gentlemen. The world around us is changing. If you see something unusual, say something. You never know if you could be saving someone’s life. We were very fortunate to miss this incident. If you ever feel threatened or unsafe, there are resources around to help you. We employ off duty police officers to ensure the safety of not only your car and valuables, but of your lives as well. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions, we are here for you.

It’s October, and we all know what that means!

Redballers, October is finally upon us, and we all know that means Halloween is right around the corner! Only a few short weeks left to plan those costumes. It shouldn’t be too hard for you though! We dress up every week, and I’m sure you have all the costumes and accessories you need stashed away in your closet somewhere. It’s time to break out those angel wings, put on that pirate hat, wear those cat leggings, or squeeze into that fill body suit.

Halloween is a time to dress up, and forget who you are for the night. You can be anything you want to be! You want to be a unicorn? Go for it. How about the best kickball player in the world? Well, you can pretend at least! And even though we know that you guys like the boos (or booze? ) we hope that you all are being responsible when it comes to this holiday.

Still don’t know what you want to dress up as? Here are a few examples from your fellow Redballers! We can’t wait to see what you come up with this year!


Redball Dodgeball

Redball Dodgeball recently celebrated one year as a league! Congratulations to Dominick on this well deserved accomplishment. Dodgeball just would not be the same without you! Starting with just 4 teams, you have grown the league to 8 teams last season, and we appreciate all the hard work you put into this league!

Redball Dodgeball plays on Wednesday nights at America’s Got Soccer in Fort Lauderdale. The indoor and air conditioned facility (yes it’s indoors and has cold air, what are you waiting for?) also has its own on site bar! What more could you ask for? Dodgeballers get great specials, including 2-4-1 beers and other great discounts. They even just started serving food at this amazing location, just watch out for the Quesadilla Thieves!

If you have never played before or need to brush up on your skills before next season starts, come out to our FREE pickup game on September 28th to get a feel for what the game is like. You can get more information on the event here:

Our next season starts on October 5th, so make sure you sign up soon!

And if you are really good or think you have what it takes, there is a tournament conning up for teams of 6, on October 9th at 11am at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center. It’s $200 to sign up, however the top prize is $1,000. Get more information here:


And always remember to dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge!!


Football!!! It’s that time!


It’s August, and we all know what that means: FOOTBALL! It may only be preseason, but I know you’ve been waiting all year for this time.

You’ve been waiting for those Sunday barbeques, the smell of some fire grilled burgers and fresh cut grass. The sounds of cheering and booing filling your ears. That one drunk friend, who can get a little too into the game. Who doesn’t love football?

Whether you are more into college or into pro, we all know the excitement we feel when watching the game. Deep rivalries can come out. The best of friends can be pinned against each other one week if their rival teams are playing.

It’s South Florida, and the home favorites are of course the Miami Dolphins, and the University of Miami Hurricanes. But we also have huge populations of fans from other teams. In Florida, college football is a big deal. We have fans from the University of Florida Gators and Florida State University Seminoles, as well as the University of Central Florida Knights and University of South Florida Bulls. But who are the pro teams you root for? We have dedicated bars for teams other than the Dolphins. Did you know that Slackers (Fort. Lauderdale) is a Green Bay Packers bar, or that Billy’s Tavern (Davie) is a Pittsburgh Steelers bar?

We want to know where you go to watch the big games, when you aren’t watching them at home. Where are the best football specials? Who has the best TV screens or projectors for watching that up close and personal action?

And if you happen to prefer to spend your time at home watching the game, we all know you have those delicious recipes for party dips or platters to spice up your party. What is your best crowd pleasing recipe?

Here’s one we think is the best thing since sliced bread, and super easy to make. Just grab a bottle of Frank’s Red Hot. The recipe is right on the bottle!


Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Chicken Dip


2 cups shredded chicken (you can use canned it works great, trust me!)

1 (8 oz. package) of softened cream cheese

½ cup Frank’s Red Hot

½ cup blue cheese or ranch dressing

½ cup crumbled bleu cheese or your favorite shredded cheese


Preheat oven to 350F.

Combine all ingredient and spoon into shallow 1 quart baking dish.

Bake 20 minutes or until mixture is heated through; stir. Garnish with chopped green onions if desired. Serve with crackers and/or vegetables!


Summer Time Fun!

It is officially summer! Not that we didnt already notice the 90+ degree temperatures resulting in scorching hot steering wheels that burn your hands when you attempt to drive your car, and visitors from every part of the county crowding our beaches about a month ago. But that’s just a part of life in Florida.

Summer is a time when we get to relax and take it easy.  At least,  it’s supposed to be. A time when kids aren’t in school (which means less traffic for those of us who have to work). A time when we can see our friends,  hang out,  and act like we have no cares in the world,  just a sunny day and blue skies above our heads. But,  being the adults we are,  not everyone has the time to lounge by the beach supping cold frozen drinks. Sometimes summer is just a long forgotten word in our dictionary,  just like spring break (that still happens?) . If you do get to enjoy even the tiniest bit of actual summer down here, do what makes you happy, and take a moment to relax.

That being said,  do you have any plans this summer? A cross country road trip? Getting in as much beach time now before the test of the country comes down? Or maybe Sunday Funday by the pool grilling and cooling with friends? Did you know Redball has an awesome new summer league you can join,  with different games each week? That’s right,  Redball Recess starts this month,  with games like 4 square, capture the flag,  and Hungry Hungry Human. You aren’t going to want to miss out on the fun. You can sign up here ( )Whatever your plans are,  we hope hope you have an awesome summer!


It’s All About Safety!

No one wants to get hurt. It’s nothing personal, just our brain trying to keep itself safe. And we here at Redball want to make sure that everyone one of our players stays safe on the field, and at home during this hurricane season!


Here are a few things we recommend for you during game play!

  • Stay hydrated! – Always keep a bottle of water handy, to quench that thirst and keep from getting dehydrated while your out on the field.
  • Cleats – Okay well this one only really applies to our kickballers. While athletic shoes are a much better choice than playing in flip flops, we suggest cleats for the field. They give you better stability and grip while running on the grass. Let’s slide on purpose, not on accident!
  • Braces and tape – We aren’t those little kids running around during recess anymore. Make sure that if you need them, don’t leave those braces or athletic tape at home in a drawer somewhere. They can be helpful, and can help you from getting further injured.
  • Keep your eye on the ball – That doesn’t just go for those of you who are in play! You wouldn’t think a rubber ball could do much damage, but they sting pretty bad. Keep your eye on the ball wherever you are, we wouldn’t want to see anyone get a concussion (haha is that even possible?) for getting hit in the head by a fly ball.
  • Designated driver – This one is most important! We all like to have fun, and we know we can get a little rowdy. Make sure that you have a designated driver, or make a few taps on that cell phone of yours and call up an Uber!


And since it’s officially the start of hurricane season, here’s just a few more tips for you!

  • Stock up on all the essential supplies: batteries, water, canned food, radio, candles, lighters, a generator if you have one.
  • Make sure that you have an escape/evacuation plan. We live in Florida, and more often than not, the beach is less than 10 miles from us (or any body of water). If you live in evacuation or flood zone, make sure you have a way out to safety.
  • And since we live in Florida, it goes without saying, hurricanes don’t generally scare us. In fact, they normally result in hurricane parties. Just don’t be a fool and get too sloppy, that you can’t function in the event of a real emergency. Take precautions!

We value your safety, and that of others. Make the best choices, and be safe out there!