2019 Beach Handball Season

Summer is upon us! Time for some beach handball!

When: Sundays ALL SUMMER LONG @ 10AM

Please RSVP to that week's Facebook event by Friday night, so we can have a head-count of how many people will be in attendance for that Sunday's beach handball session. We will notify those who RSVPd by Saturday afternoon as to if we are on for Sunday morning! Cancellations can be due to weather, special events at the beach, or not enough interest for that weekend's session.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/424066691505934/

Where: Revere Beach, Revere, MA

The court will be set up on the beach, near the Revere Beach T Stop.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/C1kpGPKFroyfufQy8

What to bring: Water, Sunscreen, Towel, Sunglasses, and Socks

(The sand can get hot, and there are lots of thick and sharp shells all over the beach. We do our best to "clean" our court area, but we highly suggest wearing a pair of old socks, or buying sand socks meant for beach sports, to help protect your feet!)


Have questions or want to learn more? Please feel free to write to us at contact@bostonteamhandball.org or send us a Facebook message!

What is Team Handball ?

It’s like soccer but with your hands
It’s like basketball with more contact
It’s like waterpolo but on a gym court
It’s like football but with goalkeepers

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The practice info for 2019 are here!

Women & Men: 
Stay Tuned! 

2019-2020 Season will start up in September!

Team practice:


Players that are new to the sport are always welcome!

Feel free to reach out with any questions you may have about the sport, club, the teams...


Seasonal Fees

Price: $80 (Sept-Dec)
            $80 (Jan-May)


Melnea A. Cass Recreational Complex
120 M.L.K. Jr Blvd
Boston, MA 02119

Street parking available

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Boston Team Handball history

Boston Team Handball Inc., formerly known as the New England Freeze, is a first division US handball club based in the Boston area. The team was first established by a group of MIT graduate students in the Fall of the year 2000, as a student-run sports club.

As the team grew bigger, and as its membership expanded outside the MIT community, the team spun off to become an independent entity, and both, men's and women's teams, play in the Northeast Team Handball League.