Fort Wainwright Community

Team Sports

Ft Wainwright Community and Recreation Team Sports


Enjoy UAF Nanooks teams in regular season athletic activities. Men’s sports include hockey, basketball, cross-country, rifle and skiing. Women’s sports include basketball, cross-country, rifle, skiing, swimming and volleyball.


Catch baseball in Fairbanks with the Goldpanners, one of six teams making up the Alaska Baseball League, which plays in the midnight sun from June through August and is one of the premier wooden-bat collegiate summer leagues in North America.


Bowling centers in Fairbanks sponsor leagues and provide entertainment for individuals, groups and families who enjoy this indoor sport.


Join the Farthest North Bridge Club for duplicate bridge. Go to for more information.


The Fairbanks Curling Club promotes this fun sport with league games and special events.


Fairbanks has more than a half dozen hockey organizations, making it one of the most represented sports in the area.


Fairbanks Youth Soccer Association sponsors teams and play for youth through age 19. Call 907-456-3976 or visit for more information.

Fairbanks Soccer Association Women’s League has indoor and outdoor games for women 18 and over. Visit the league online at


Golden Heart Softball strives to capture the community in this fun summer activity.


The Fairbanks Rollergirls were founded in 2009 by a local entrepreneur who describes herself as having a history of drag racing in her blood and a need for speed of a different kind — speed on skates. Check the website for events and tryouts.

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