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Coolest Way to Get Your Game On!

07/06/2016 08:14AM ● Published by Nancy Babin

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Coolest Way to Get Your Game On

Emerald Coast Social Sports

(850) 699-3049

It’s not too late to relive those high school sports days, right? According to Jim Bay and Matt Pacheco, founders of Emerald Coast Social Sports, it’s never too late! 

 With a goal to bring out the inner child in us all, ECSS is the largest social sports league for those 21 and over in Fort Walton Beach. ECSS offers kickball, dodgeball, adult tee ball, bowling, and beach volleyball, with bubble soccer coming soon. Joining a league is almost a guarantee to meeting new friends or even connecting with old ones! Feel free to create a team with a group of friends or sign up as a free agent and they’ll match you up with a team.  

After each league game, players get to kick back at the select restaurants that sponsor ECSS where they can enjoy discount specials. This is a great way to get to know other teammates and form those alliances that ECSS is all about!

 Signing up for a league with ECSS is a sure way to let loose and put the adult world on hold for a little while. This summer they are offering an adult tee ball league starting June 30 and ending Aug. 18, 2016. General leagues last 8-9 weeks and mini leagues last 4-6 weeks. Registration is $60, so don’t hesitate to sign up if the idea of fun, friendship, and fitness appeals to you!

Cool factors: wide variety of sports, fun for adults, great way to make new friends and develop long lasting friendships

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