How to Find a Singles Sports Club

What to Look for in a Singles Sports Club

Before you determine what to look for in a singles sports club, you need to know where to look. Fortunately, finding such organizations is a simple task. There are dozens -- perhaps hundreds -- of services devoted specifically to athletic groups for singles. You can do a Web search on the topic to visit one of these sites. Once you've selected one, you can usually find a nearby organization by simply typing in your ZIP code or geographic location.

With the popularity of these types of clubs, you can get pretty selective in choosing a group. You can narrow down your options by selecting a specific activity of interest, like cycling, running or softball. And, often, you can even find a club tailored to your particular demographic or lifestyle, such as lifestage-, religion-, single parent- or LGBT-specific groups.

If you've searched for singles sports club and haven't found one that meets your needs, you might consider creating your own. Advertising your group and recruiting other members is easy to do through Web sites like

After finding (or creating) a singles sports club, there really isn't much more effort involved. Just be sure to stock up any equipment or apparel you may need. If you join an equestrian club, invest in some new riding clothes. If it's a golfing club you're meeting up with, make sure you have a full set of irons and woods. Beyond the basics of your sport or activity, you shouldn't have to invest too much more money. Many clubs offer free membership. Others may have minimal fees to support the club's activities.

Keep reading for lots more information on singles and sports.

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