Whether you're new to shuffleboard or are an experienced amateur player, our league is the most fun in St. Pete! We have two leagues nights, one on Monday and one on Wednesday in the spring, fall, and winter.
The Wednesday league is Wednesdays, April 4 - May 23.
The leagues run for eight weeks. No make up games will be played due to rain the first seven weeks. In the event of rain on the final night — the eighth week — the playoff games will be played the next night. Games begin promptly at 7 PM. A team is 4 - 8 players. League fee is $20 per player. You must be a club member to play! Become a member here.
This is a recreational league. No pros allowed on Mondays. Only one pro allowed per team on Wednesdays.
TEAM CAPTAINS, click the "Register Your Team!" button below, which will take you to our LeagueApps page. Create your team by selecting Monday or Wednesday. Once you've created a team, you can email your players to invite them to join. If you have any questions or trouble registering, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your team is not considered registered until ALL players have paid. The best way to make sure your team is fully registered is to pay immediately when you sign up.
We have room for 40 teams for each league night. Each team may have 4 - 8 players. If your team has more than four players, you can rotate players in and out during an evening. It is $20 per player. All ranges of amateur players are welcome, from novice to advanced.
PLAYERS MUST BE CLUB MEMBERS! We will be checking that you're a member the first night. To join the club, click here.
Do I have to be a club member?
Yes! To join the club, click here.
What if my team doesn’t have enough players one night?
Subs are allowed; they need to be club members. If that substitute is used for multiple nights, they need to pay the $20 league fee. No substitutes are allowed on the night of the playoffs.
What do you mean by "only one pro allowed"? I’m an awesome shuffleboard player.
A pro is someone who is a pro level player in Florida. It’s an official thing.
Wait, go back. Really? There are shuffleboard pros?
Yep. Some states — Ohio, for instance — call them experts, not pros. Florida has point systems for district and state tournaments. If an amateur player earns enough points they become a pro and can no longer compete in amateur tournaments. Unfortunately one cannot make a living as a pro shuffleboard player, so don’t quit your day job just yet.
Can I join either league even if this is my first time playing?
Absolutely! Both leagues have a wide range of players from first-time to advanced. The first objective of our league is to have fun.
I feel like there should be more rules. Can I see them?
Sure. We send a complete list of league rules and etiquette to all players before the league starts.
What’s in it for me if I play in the league?
For starters, the most fun ever at a weekly event that costs you $2.50 a week;
Wearing that really cool team shirt that your team is inevitably going to make for yourselves;
Looking forward to that one night a week where all you have to think about is pushing a disc down a court with a stick;
Bragging rights for being a member of the world’s largest shuffleboard club;
If your team places in the top three? Glory. So much glory.