The Eagle LA Proudly Sponsors the Rebellion Rugby Team, the LA Pool League, and the Piggies Kickball Team

The LA Rebellion Rugby Football Club is the only rugby team in Los Angeles welcoming all players, regardless of age, race, fitness level or sexual orientation. Like all people in the City of Angels, we come from many different walks of life. But there is one thing that brings us together… Our love for the game of Rugby.

The LA Rebellion RFC competes in two rugby leagues as full and active members: Southern California Rugby Football Union (SCRFU), Division III; and the International Gay Rugby Association & Board (IGRAB), a UK-based rugby league dedicated to promoting the sport of rugby for gays and lesbians around the world.

The Los Angeles Pool League is one of the oldest sports leagues in Los Angeles.

Since 1974, members have been gathering weekly to develop talent, build confidence and provide a community for amateur pool players in the greater Los Angeles area. Run entirely by volunteers,
the large group of members and participants in the League are proud to have developed champions
on the local, state and national levels! But even more importantly, they have provided a competitive, genuinely supportive and fun social experience for members, their friends and families.

Los Angeles Pool League

The Los Angeles Pool League is one of the oldest sports leagues in Los Angeles.

Since 1974, members have been gathering weekly to develop talent, build confidence and provide a community for amateur pool players in the greater Los Angeles area. Run entirely by volunteers,
the large group of members and participants in the League are proud to have developed champions
on the local, state and national levels! But even more importantly, they have provided a competitive, genuinely supportive and fun social experience for members, their friends and families.

The Piggies are a Los Angeles based kickball team who compete in Division A of the Varsity Gay League in the spring, summer, and fall seasons. The team also competes in national tournaments like the Sin City Classic in Las Vegas, Stonewall Tournament in Washington D.C., and the Desert Cup in Palm Springs. The Piggies formed in the fall of 2016 from a ragtag group of free agents who had never played kickball before. The goal was to form a competitive team who practice sportsmanship on and off the field and are inclusive of all players regardless of race, sex, age, or sexual orientation. One year later, the Piggies have become a high-scoring powerhouse and a perennial contender for the chamPIGship. Oink!

The Honey Badgers is a softball team that is part of the Greater Los Angeles Softball Association (GLASA) that competes in the league’s fall and spring season as well as various softball tournaments throughout the United States. In the past, the Honey Badgers have competed on the national level at the Gay Softball World Series and in their second year, brought home a third-place trophy.

The Honey Badgers is a softball team that is part of the Greater Los Angeles Softball Association (GLASA) that competes in the league’s fall and spring season as well as various softball tournaments throughout the United States. In the past, the Honey Badgers have competed on the national level at the Gay Softball World Series and in their second year, brought home a third-place trophy.