Men’s & Women’s Leagues

League Overview

League Information

  • Gametime offers Men’s and Women’s basketball leagues for adults 18+. Registrations are made by full team, small group, and individual registrations for our Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter seasons. View the upcoming Leagues above for more about upcoming seasons and locations that are running.

League Structure & Details

  • 8 Week Seasons with playoffs and championship during this time frame
  • Games once a week 
  • Certified Officials
  • League Reversible Jerseys
  • Championship T-shirts/Trophy to Winning Team


  • Team Entry Registrations: Register as a complete team of 8-12 players. 
  • Individual Registration: Players signing up solo or with a couple of friends will be placed on a  Free Agent Team together. You can indicate 1-3 teammates’ requests during the registration process, and we will place you on a team.
  • You will be notified by email of your roster assignment once the league registration deadline completes.


  • Schedules will be initially communicated by email and made available on TourneyMachine. We strongly recommend all players in the league download the Tourney Machine app to stay up-to-date with league game times, messages, scores, standings, and bracket play. 

Rules & Tiebreakers

League Rules
  • Team Captains MUST confirm ALL player’s names and numbers in the score table book prior to the start of the game.
  • Game length is two 18-minute halves. The clock will run for the first 16 minutes of each half, only topping for timeouts or injuries.
  • In the last 2-minutes of each half, the clock will stop on a shooting foul, non-shooting foul, timeout, injury, or if the ball goes out of bounds. The clock will remain running on a made basket in the last 2 minutes.
  • Three-minute half-time.
  • Each team will have three timeouts for the entire game. Teams can only call two timeouts per half (45sec)
  • Players are disqualified after five fouls. After the 7th team foul, it will become 1 and 1 bonus. After the 10th team foul, it will become a double bonus. If a player receives 2 Technical Fouls, they are disqualified from the game, asked to leave the facility, and must sit out the next game.
  • Each team must have at least four eligible players to start a game. Players must play in at least half of the regular season games to be eligible for the playoffs.
  • Official Gametime League team jerseys must be worn. Two free throws for each player not in an official Gametime League jersey can be awarded to the opposing team before tip-off. The opposing team must notify the referees before the start of the game to initiate this rule.
  • If regulation ends with a tie score, one 3-minute overtime period will be played. The clock will run except for the final minute of overtime. Each team will receive one timeout for overtime, timeouts will not carry forward from regulation play.
  • In non-championship games, if the one overtime period does not determine a winner, additional play will continue and be played until the first team scores 4 points to name a winner.
    b. In any championship game – A 3-minute overtime will be repeated until a winner is determined.
  • If a player receives 2 Technical Fouls in a game for the second time, they will be automatically suspended for the remainder of the season.
  • Players ejected for violating the spirit of the game will be required to leave the premises and will not be allowed to return to the competition. That player will also be suspended for the next game. Any Fighting and/or threatening behavior towards referees or other players will not be tolerated and will result in suspension/dismissal from the league.
  • Gametime requires all players to follow to following code of conduct:
    • Practice good sportsmanship and encourage it from fellow players.
    • Refrain from using violence, unfriendly language, or insults.
    • Obey the rules of the game and accept the decisions of the game officials.
    • Show respect for my peers, whether teammates or opponents; 
Standing and Tiebreakers
  • Tiebreaker #1: Winning Percentage (Highest winning percentage)
  • Tiebreaker #2: Head-To-Head (Each team with the same record – The team with the most head-to-head wins)
  • Tiebreaker #3: Point Differential – Largest point differential over games played – Caps at 20/per game.
  • Tiebreaker #4:  Points Allowed 
  • Tiebreaker #5: Points Scored