Orlando Sport and Social Club opens registration for winter 2013 leagues

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It's a new year, and those looking to become more active in 2013 might realize that getting (or staying) in shape can be hard when doing it alone. We say, why not make it a team effort and have some competitive fun in the process?

Whether it's recreational fun with friends you're after, or if you're just looking to show off those skills on the field (or court), the Orlando Sport and Social Club offers a wide variety of adult coed sports leagues for all athletic levels. Here's a bit of what they offer.

Flag football

Coed 8 vs. 8 and Men's 6 vs. 6

Locations: McCracken Field (downtown Orlando), Red Bug Lake Road (Casselberry), Cady Way Park and Ward Park (both in Winter Park) and Airport Lakes Park (436 by the airport)

Kickball

Coed 10 vs. 10 on Mondays and Wednesdays

Locations: James Smith Center (downtown Orlando/Metrowest) and Red Bug Lake Road (Casselberry)

Sand Volleyball

Coed 5 vs. 5 on Wednesdays and Thursdays

Locations: Festival Park (downtown Orlando) and UCF Campus (Lake Claire Recreation Area)

Soccer

8 vs. 8 games

Locations: Ward Park (Winter Park) and Red Bug Lake Road (Casselberry)

Softball

Coed 10 vs. 10

Locations: Cady Way Park (Winter Park), Dr. James Smith Center (downtown Orlando/Metrowest) and Red Bug Lake Road (Casselberry)

Registration for the winter 2013 leagues is now open. Visit the Orlando Sport and Social Club's website for more information.

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