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Tournament events include the Welcome Party, Wigs & Heels Tea Dance, Soccer Balls Dance Party, a full day of soccer, Dinner Banquet, and more. The tournament welcomes all players, 18 and over at all skill levels, genders and sexual orientations. For more information about the tournament and to register see the links shared below.
Provincetown Soccer Classic XXII
October 5 – 8 (tournament day, Sunday, October 7th)
More information and registration
Each September, at the start of each academic year, tens of thousands of people move to Boston for the first time. Whether you are new to Boston or just looking for an excuse to be more active and make some new friends, joining one of the many LGBT sports teams and clubs can help you do both.
Some of these teams / leagues are seasonal so take that into account when you reach out. If sports aren’t your thing check out my accompanying post, Making friends: Boston’s LGBTQ social groups.
Apologies if I have overlooked any area gay clubs or sports leagues. Feel free to add information for any such group in the comments section of my blog
The Welcoming Committee is planning another Fenway Park takeover later this September but you only have until Friday, August 24th to purchase your tickets for the game against the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday, September 25th.
Enjoy the final month of regular season baseball with some cold beers and friends. For more information visit TWC’s website, Red Sox Fall Takeover.
Many of you are unlikely to know who Borna Coric is but this past weekend he upset Roger Federer on grass at the Gerry Weber Open in Germany. With that win, the 21 year old Croat saw his ranking jump to just outside the top 20 (ATP ranking 21). His victory over Federer is all the more impressive when you realize that this is only his second title and his first on grass.
The fact that Borna Coric is so easy on the eyes will only continue to endear him to me. I hope that his recent victory over Roger Federer in Germany provides him with the confidence he will need to have a good run at Wimbledon, which officially starts next week on July 2nd. Until that time enjoy these photos of the handsome 21 year old. You can bet, I’ll be writing about this guy again. Especially if he keeps winning.
“No wonder football is so popular“