Senior pickleball league kicks off Feb. 9

Pickleball players ages 50 to 99 can register up until the first match begins.

Seniors in Renton can show what they’re made of by signing up for the city’s senior pickleball league by Feb. 9.

From noon to 2 p.m. on Thursdays, co-ed pickleball teams — with players ages 50 to 99 — will play at the Renton Community Center in the Renton Parks and Recreation indoor senior pickleball doubles league.

Pickleball teams will play seven matches with three games per match and 45-minute drop down time limit. Teams will advance to a league championship tournament.

Fees are the same for Renton residents and non-residents at $70, which must be paid in full at time of registration.

Teams will be limited to three players, including the captain, whose registration secures that their team gets to participate for the season. There is no single registration but single players can contact Aaron Colby at for potential placement.

To register, visit and enter the keyword “Senior Pickleball.” Players must be registered by noon Thursday, Feb. 9.