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TEAM Seattle fosters support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities in Seattle.  We seek to promote health, educate new athletes, develop communication between various sports teams, and work together to attend local, regional and international sports events.  Leaders from many teams come together and form our board of directors.  We welcome ideas from every sport to make the Seattle area a better place for LGBT sports and recreation.  Additionally each team, league, or group, has a board for it's own sport.

Seattle has a vibrant LGBT sports community.  We have well organized sports clubs, for running, walking, swimming, bowling, soccer, softball, rugby, tennis, water polo, track, volleyball, biking, skiing and snow boarding, and diverse outdoor hiking and camping activities.  If you are a beginner, advanced, or anywhere in between, Seattle offers opportunity in most sports.

TEAM Seattle is a 501c3 organization for teams with directors serving on our board.
 

Promote your Sports Events, Fund Raiser or Community Events on our Yahoo Group.

 

Team Seattle was founded in 1986 for the express purpose of organizing Seattle's team to Gay Games II in San Francisco. With 153 athletes competing in 17 of the 17 offered at Gay Games II, Seattle entered the Games with the 2nd largest contingent outside California, except New York City. Since then, Team Seattle's mission has broadened to include all aspects of promoting and expanding opportunities for lesbian and gay participation in all forms of organized sport.

 

 

 

 

 

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