The K-Town Softball League is a non-profit organization founded in 2004 to establish a friendly place for the LGBT community of Knoxville and East Tennessee to compete in recreational softball in a welcoming and open environment. The league began with just 4 teams but has grown to over 15 teams and 200 members.

KSL is an active member city in the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA) and will be joining the Amateur Sports Alliance of North America (ASANA) in the very near future.  Both NAGAAA and ASANA are non-profit organizations dedicated to the promotion of amateur athletics with a special emphasis on the participation of members from the LGBTQ community.

KSL offers two seasons of play: spring season and fall season.  Spring season normally runs from April to June with teams playing over 6 weeks of play.  There are five distinct classes or levels of play in our spring season: B Division, C Division, D Division, Women's Competitive, and Women's Recreational.  These divisions relate to the competitive level of play or the skill level of the competitors with the B Division being the most skilled and the D Division supporting more recreational levels of play.  Winners of the spring league from each division advance to the NAGAAA Gay Softball World Series and ASANA Softball World Series representing the KSL.

The Fall League traditionally begins at the beginning of September and concludes by early November with 6 weeks of play.  The Fall League is more relaxed environment and normally players of a variety of skill levels are mixed throughout the teams.  There are only two classes during the fall season: open division and women's division.

KTown Softball League,
Mar 31, 2016, 8:40 PM