About

Circle City Pride Softball League (CCPSL)

Formed in 2005 by former Commissioner Dave Piccolo, the league was created as a non-profit adult community-based sports organization to support the bonds of LGBTQ fellowship through sportsmanship; and play softball in a safe, all-inclusive environment that is free of discrimination on the basis of age, race, creed, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, and playing ability.

CCPSL started with a mere five teams. Over time, the league has grown to an outstanding fifteen teams of avid players! This steady growth of support from league players, sports fans, and local businesses has afforded us the opportunity not only to increase regular season league play, but also host our first-ever tournament: Indy Hit & Run 2018!

 

About Indy Pride, Inc.

Circle City Pride Softball falls under the umbrella of Indy Pride, Inc. Best known for their annual Circle City IN Pride Festival, Indy Pride produces events that honor and celebrate the history and diversity of Indy’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer communities.

Other connected organizations include the annual Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival and the Chris Gonzalez Library & Archives. To learn more, visit the official Indy Pride website.

 

About the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA)

The NAGAAA is dedicated to fostering amateur sports, particularly softball, for all persons. Through partnerships with cities, the NAGAAA produces the Gay Softball World Series (GSWS) — the largest annual, LGBT single-sport, week-long athletic competition in the world.

Member-driven, NAGAAA sets the standards for fair play during sponsored athletic competitions; and supports local leagues with accountability and compliance of those standards.