Schedule Update

No games will be played on Monday, May 25 due to the Memorial Day holiday. Teams scheduled for play that day will instead play on Wednesday, May 27th. Tuesday games will proceed as scheduled.

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2015 Season

Welcome to the 2015 season of the Stamford Bocce League. The following schedule reflects key dates for this season:

First Captain's Meeting Thursday, April 2, 2015
Piedmont Club - Darien CT 7PM
Second Captains Meeting
(Team rosters and payments ($250) due)
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Piedmont Club - Darien CT 7PM
2015 Bocce Season Begins Monday May 4th & Tuesday May 5th, 2015
Danny Bellantonio Mid-Season Tournament & BBQ June 22nd, 23rd & 24th
Danny Bellantonio Tournament (...continued) June 29th, 30th & July 1st
Banquest Dinner Tuesday, September 29th
St. Anne's Club
16 Hendricks Ave, Norwalk, CT 06851
* All team captains are required to attend both Captains' Meetings prior to the start of the season.

* If you wish to enter your team onto the waiting list, please attend the first captain's meeting. If you are unable to get your team in this year, we apologize, and hope that you will try again next year.


General Information

The City of Stamford has eight lighted bocce courts at Scalzi Park located on Bridge Street. League play occurs throughout the late spring and summer months.

The Stamford Bocce League men's division games are played on Monday and Tuesday evenings beginning at 7:45 PM. Rain dates are typically scheduled on Wednesday and Friday evenings. Women's division games are played on Thursday evenings.

In addition to regular season play, the league also sponsors a tournament honoring a senior member of the League. The current tournament is the Belantonio Cup, and is played mid-season by all registered teams.

If you are interested in more information, please drop us an email at info@stamfordbocce.com.

Directions

Take I95 to Exit 7 in Stamford. Turn northbound onto Washington Blvd. (Rt. 137). Follow for approximately 1.5 miles, and turn left onto Bridge Street. Entrance to Scalzi Park will be on your left. You wil see the Bocce courts to the left as you enter the park.