Clubs and Teams

Team Saint Louis Cycling

The Team Saint Louis Cycling group was founded in the summer of 2012 by two Team Saint Louis athletes who wanted to join two passions: cycling and the Team Saint Louis organization. Team Saint Louis Cycling's mission is To ride a bike as a member of Team Saint Louis.  We are a group of enthusiasts that act as a resource for other people that want to ride a bike.  We are active in sport, tolerable of all individuals and levels.

Any individual who rides, or who is interested in riding a bicycle is welcome to join.  Team Saint Louis Cycling is comprised of a wide variety of cyclists from beginner and recreational riders, to experienced and distance riders, and everything in between.  We welcome riders of all skill levels and from all disciplines.  For more information please contact

TSL Soccer Team: East Avenue Hooligans FC

In 2005 a group of 10 soccer players came together to form St. Louis' first LGBTA indoor soccer team. Playing as Boys and Girls with Balls at the Vetta Soccerdome soccer house the team philosophy was to play hard, make friends and provide a soccer outlet for the LGBTA community. In 2006 the team was renamed East Avenue Hooligans FC. The East Avenue represented the street that Soccerdome was located on while the Hooligans represented our frequent late nights at the Soccerdome bar.

In 2008 the team relocated to its current soccer house, Vetta Concord. We currently have 13 rostered players, including two members from the original team. The Hooligans play on Sunday nights in a coed recreational league that runs throughout the year. For more information contact:

St. Louis Equality Dance (SLED)

The place for Same-sex ballroom & Latin dance in St. Louis. Open to all ages, levels of ability, and genders. Classes are very beginner friendly. Bring a friend, a partner or come solo - no dance partner required. SLED members have competed and medaled at the World Outgames, the North American Outgames and various national competitions. For more information contact:

Team Saint Louis Tennis

The St. Louis LGBT Tennis Alliance is devoted to promoting tennis and related social activities among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, and accepting communities in an open, safe, and inclusive space. The organization provides its members with the opportunity to meet, socialize and network with people who have a common interest in tennis.

Please visit our Facebook page for more information or contact us at

St. Louis Crusaders

The St. Louis Crusaders RFC is a USA Rugby Division III club and a member of the International Gay Rugby Association and Board (IGRAB). It is a socially and ethnically diverse group of men, dedicated to the sport of rugby. The Crusaders compete in Division III of the Missouri Rugby Football Union, and are members of the International Gay Rugby Association and Board (IGRAB).


Please note: The following organizations & teams are not necessarily Team Saint Louis partners, teams, affiliates or organizations. We provide this information as a courtesy.

Rainbow Sand Volleyball League

The Rainbow Sand Volleyball League is a LGBTA league plays on Tuesday evenings at Stratford Bar & Grill in Fenton, MO. The league consists of two sessions which begns in mid-May and ends in late September. There are four divisions of play: Power 4's, Advanced, Intermediate and Recreational. For more information contact the League Directors at

St. Louis G.L.A.S.S.

*St. Louis Gay and Lesbian Association of Summer Softball is dedicated to the promotion of amateur softball for all adult persons regardless of age, race, creed, religion, sex, or national origin, with special emphasis on the participation of members of the gay community. Founded in 1990, with over 200 ballplayers, coaches, and fans, participants play, cheer, and have fun at Forest Park every Sunday in the summer, and every Friday night in the fall. G.L.A.S.S. teams also proudly represent our city by playing in tournaments throughout the United States and Canada. St. Louis GLASS is a member of the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Association (NAGAAA).

St. Louis Frontrunners

*St. Louis Frontrunners is a non-competitive club for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Straight-Allied runners and walkers of all abilities. The group meets at 9:00 am on Saturdays ands 6:00 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays in Forest Park at the Visitor & Education Center.

The runs/walks cover varied distance, from one mile to four miles, to accommodate the interests of everyone.

The St. Louis Frontrunners club belongs to a network of International Frontrunners clubs. Frontrunners clubs around the world have borrowed their name from the title of Patricia Nell Warren's novel, "The Frontrunner", about a gay runner training for the Olympics.

Frontrunners share the commitment the author expresses to work to enhance the quality of our lives as gay people and as gay athletes.

Big Crank Cycling

*Big Crank Cycling is an LGBT group of cycling enthusiasts of varying backgrounds, skill levels and interests. From recreational cyclists to road racers, to folks thinking about getting involved to people whose lives have been changed by the sport, there is something here for everyone with a bicycle.


The Show Me St Louis Classic Invitational Bowling Tournament is a U.S. Bowling Congress (USBC) sanctioned tournament and is a mixed handicap competition open to men and women by invitation only. All USBC rules apply except as noted in the tournament rules. The tournament takes place annually on the Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day Weekend in St. Louis.

Head-Pins: Head-Pins Bowling League bowls on Sundays for 31 weeks commencing in September and ending in April. The League is sanctioned by USBC. The league consists of 24 teams. Contact for more information.

Night Moaners: The Moaners bowl on Mondays, 7:00 PM at Tropicana Bowl in Clayton. The League is sanctioned by USBC and the International Gay Bowling Organization (IGBO). The Fall/Winter League begins the Monday after Labor Day. The Summer League begins mid-May. For more information contact Vince at

St. Louis MO Climbers is a club for queer and ally rock climbers in the Gateway City. Membership is open to climbers from experts to beginners. Never climbed before? Join us and we'll show you the way. A climbing session amongst friends is good for the soul -- and the forearms. Club meets every Monday night around 8 PM at Upper Limits Rock Climbing Gym downtown (just west of Union Station - 326 South 21st Street, St Louis, MO). Daily pass is $10 on Mondays for members of the club. For details on renting gear, visit

Expand your gay and lesbian climbing network. Check out the to hook up with other rock climbers in California, Georgia, New York and Ontario. St. Louis MO Climbers is a member of the Homo Climbtastic Collective.


Just Darts STL was founded in March 2008 with the intention of providing competitive dart matches from the beginner level to the advanced level of dart playing. The purpose of the League will not change. That is expressly to draw together the GLBTT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual,Transsexual and Transgender) community closer together for the spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie. League night takes place on Tuesdays with a rotation of varying gay and gay-friendly bars.

Darts Over the Arch is an amateur dart tournament that takes place over Columbus Day weekend. The tournament is open to all gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual and transgender players and teams.

 St. Louis Sabres is a women's Division II Club side team. New players welcome. Practices are held on Monday and Wednesday evenings. For more information email Jan at

St. Louis Women's Flag Football League is a women's league that provides an opportunity for women in St. Louis and the surrounding area to play in a recreational flag football league. The leagues consists of five teams: Rebels, Blades, Logos, Zone, and Mich Light. Games are held on Saturdays in a double-header format.For more information email JT at

Arch Rival Roller Girls (AARG) is St. Louis' first and only women's flat track derby league AARG is made up of four local teams: the M-80's, The Rebel Skate Alliance, The Smashinistas and the Stunt Devils. They also field three travels teams: the AARG All-Stars, Saint Lunachix and the Fleur-De-Linquients.