The Carolina Cougars is a Flag Football team founded in August, 2009 by Stephen Stepp to represent the state of North Carolina and the great city of Charlotte! Our focus is to provide a positive, social, welcoming environment through the team characteristic inherent to football while capturing the athletic and competitive nature of flag football.
Formed in 2010, the Charlotte Speed Demons are a women’s flat track roller derby team unlike any other in the region. While others incorporate some level of showmanship (stage names, stage makeup or nontraditional sports attire), the Speed Demons have chosen a different direction. To help reinforce the fact that roller derby is a sport,
Established in 2006, Charlotte Roller Girls, Inc. (CLTRG) is a skater-owned and operated organization comprised of women and men from all walks of life. Formed to promote the sport of roller derby and enrich the Charlotte community, the league and its members donate time and a portion of bout proceeds to local charitable causes. By
The Queen City Tennis Club (QCTC) is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of tennis among gays, lesbians, bisexual, transgendered and questioning individuals in the Charlotte region. While our focus is to provide a welcoming place for LGBTQ tennis players to enjoy the sport of tennis, we welcome everyone of all ages and
Charlotte’s premier bowling league for the LGBT Community. The Charlotte Rainbowlers League is a “for fun” league with bowlers of all skill levels. Every bowler can have fun and the scores are averaged with a handicap. Excellent or novice, everyone can compete. Come enjoy the atmosphere and meet some new friends.
The Charlotte Front Runners is a running and walking club serving the Greater Charlotte area LGBT community and their friends. We welcome runners and walkers of all abilities. The mission of the club is to promote physical fitness and provide a way for those who have an interest in running and walking to meet and
The Charlotte Royals is a rugby football club located in Charlotte, NC under the NCRU (North Carolina Rugby Union) and IGRAB (International Gay Rugby Association and Board) founded in 2004 by Jason Cash.