St. Paul Saints. Photo: Stephanie Jones

Midway Baseball

1221 Marshall Avenue
Premier little league baseball, for ages 7 to 15, at historic Dunning fields. A nonprofit program of the Dunning Boosters.

Minnesota Boat Club

Raspberry Island
1 South Wabasha Street
Learn to row on Raspberry Island. The state’s oldest athletic organization, dating to 1870, the Minnesota Boat Club offers competitive and recreational rowing opportunities.

Minnesota Men’s Roller Derby

600 Cedar Street
Home of the all-star Twin Cities Terrors and other roller derby teams, MMRD has a successful training program to acquaint people with the sport.

Minnesota RollerGirls

Roy Wilkins Auditorium, 175 West Kellogg Boulevard
Ever-popular, fast-paced roller derby action at downtown’s Roy Wilkins Auditorium. The RollerGirls were founded in 2004 and boast four home teams: the Atomic Bombshells, Dagger Dolls, Garda Belts, and Rockits.

Minnesota Wild

317 Washington Steet
Professional hockey at the Xcel Energy Center in downtown.

Saint Paul Athletic Club

340 Cedar Street
Elegant, state-of-the-art workout facility in the heart of downtown, offering a chandelier-filled cardio room, a picturesque yoga studio, and a members-only bar.

St. Paul Bicycle Racing Club
A cornerstone of the Twin Cities cycling community, SPBRC brings together racers from beginning to pro levels, for fun and competition.

Saint Paul Blackhawks Soccer Club

875 Orchard Avenue
A year-round soccer development and training center for players age 5 to 19.

St. Paul Curling Club

470 Selby Avenue
The largest curling club in the country, offering league games or the opportunity to pull up a chair at the viewing windows.

St. Paul Figure Skating Club

848 Pleasant Avenue
St. Paul FSC’s vision is to develop skaters into U.S. Figure Skating competitors.

St. Paul Hiking Club

Happiness—one step at a time.

St. Paul Pioneers Football

Seafoam Stadium
1380 Concordia Avenue
Semi-pro football is back in Saint Paul.

Saint Paul Saints

360 Broadway Street
Minor league baseball played in entertaining fashion at the Saints’ brand-new CHS field in Lowertown. Known for their creativity and innovation promotions, the Saints allow you to compose a poem on a vintage typewriter, watch sumo wrestling between innings, or just enjoy the real pig mascot.