Kick Off the 2018 on the Diamond!


Ballard at Loyal Heights

     Midcore Saturdays - January 6th


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Why Underdog Kickball?

Underdog offers 21+ Co-ed Recreational Kickball Leagues for 6-7 weeks plus playoffs for qualifying teams!  


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  • Practice ball
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  • Unique game schedule based on team's skill level
  • Season is 6-7 weeks of 60 minute/7 inning games (whichever comes first)
  • Premier fields throughout the great Seattle area to the Eastside and up to Everett
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Players of the Game

Aug 31 - Nov 22

Andy P

Kick City Kickers

great catches

Ava V

Indy #K17

great double play

Robert P

Pitches Be Trippin'

all the ribs

Barrett C

Pitches Be Trippin'

big kicks

Kristi B

Kick City Kickers

Scored 3 runs and great catches in RF

Jacob F

Alcoballics Anonymous

Kicked a big 3 run HR and made the final outs as darkness came

Jace G

Alcoballics Anonymous

Great pitching and a huge HR kick

Miles A

Pumpkin Spice - Indy #K18

5 runs kicked in and great cheerleading.

Caitlin F

Stranger Balls

Game-sealing catch!

Joe C

Indy #K17

Grand slam and great defense!

Players of the Week

Aug 31 - Nov 22

Alex McNeill

We Got The Runs

Alex brought it on both sides of the ball in leading his team to a big victory heading into the playoffs. He gave his team the lead for good with a huge kick for a 2 run single in the 4th. He got aboard every at bat and had at least 8 RKIs. On defense, he roamed center field making every play and also had a nice turn of a double play at 2nd. All in a days work for Alex with a well deserved POTW award.


This week at Ballard Boys' and Girls' Club, Joe C dominated his matchup. On offense, Joe slugged a grand slam, which proved to be the difference in this game. Defensively, Joe locked down center field, saving many runs with his stellar play. As the undoubted MVP of his game, Joe is our POTW. Congratulations!

Sean Bucknam

Stranger Balls

Sean had a multi homerun day. He knocked in a majority of his team's runs. And he did it all for his parents who were present. He wanted a chance to show off his stuff and he did, in a spectacular fashion. Great job the week Sean! !

Joshua Arreola

yung runnaz

Josh, I meant to give player of the week to the guy who whiffed the ball and "man-bunted," but I forgot his name. So in honor of your comical teammate who for now shall remain nameless. Great job at "man-bunting"!!! It was quite the sight and we all got a good laugh. Congrats on player of the week. I'll have to make sure to ask for his name next time rather than write a this awkward recounting of his actions. Still, thumbs up, and great game this week.

James Milligan


James came up to bat in the bottom of the 7th, 2 outs, down by 2 with 2 runners on. James crushed a home run over the left fielder and won the game for Highspot. James made a great play in a great game and won it for his team. Well done James!

Dave Nackoul

Hold My Kick

I gotta give props to my man Dave. He played one hell of a game out there this week. If you ask him, he'll say he was damn near perfect. But in reality, I wanted to give a special shout out to Dave's parents. Afterwards at Lenny's he told me that they have been through a lot this year, and his words touched my soul. I know it doesn't mean much Dave but it is the least that I can do. Dave's parents..... You're the real MVP's!!!

Brad Nelson

Basic Pitches

Continuing his great season, Brad had a perfect game from the plate in Thursday's playoff matchup. He went 4-4 and constantly found the holes in the outfield to bring runners home and get himself on base. His most impressive play of the night was on the defensive side of the ball. From the mound, Brad ran to first to catch a infield popup while the bases were loaded. There, he had the presence of mind to run to third to tag out the baserunner who did not tag up from second. As that baserunner was tagged out, the runner at third left the base for home and was tagged out on a throw from Brad. Brad singlehandedly ended the inning with the rare kickball triple play. Despite all his efforts, Brad wasn't able to carry his team to victory. However, his plays on the field left an impression on both teams.

Marlina Williams

Definitely not Ball Related

Holy moly this was an absolutely amazing moment in Underdog history. Marlina made a full layout catch, arms extended and all. Caught it with the fingers tips and hauled it in. All while running at full speed towards the infield. I couldn't help but give a round of applause. It was sooooo epic that it would have been deemed ESPN worthy, and I think everyone on that field would agree. It was quite the sight and I am happy to have witnessed it. Marilina, excellent job sacrificing the body for the team and making the best catch at Underdog that I have ever seen!

Eric Thomas

Kick and Morty

This was by far the closest and most exciting game of the playoffs so far. And the fate of Kick and Morty would rest upon this man's shoulders. Eric had one job and he would do it with utmost conviction. He managed to knock in the game winning run in the bottom of the 8th. The kick was electric and the stadium lit up. His teammates stormed the field in celebration. They all were so excited about the epic finish and couldn't wait to dog pile on the person responsible for their victory. Great job Eric in kicking the walk off single, and congrats to Kick and Morty for advancing!

Dj Widell

Nathan Drank the Fifth!

Dj was once again a huge force for Nathan Drank the Fifth as they took down Pitch Please by a score of 7 to 2. His two leadoff triples from the plate made it easy for his teammates to kick him in for a run. While Dj's offensive production gave his team the lead, Dj did most of his damage in CF where he used his gazelle-like speed to catch several power hitters from Pitch please out. Congrats Dj!


Winter Midcore Kickball in Ballard Saturdays

Learn More
  • Sport: Kickball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women) - Rosters Up To 15 Players
  • Locations: Loyal Heights
  • Days of the week: Saturday
  • Starts on : Starts on Saturday, January 6