WELCOME TO THE NYGPL!

We are the oldest pool league dedicated to the LGBTQIA+ community.

Since 1984, the New York Gay Pool League has provided a welcoming environment for NYC area pool players and raised more than $300,000 for local LGBTQ organizations.  Our mission is to build a unique sense of community and friendship between our member bars, players and partners.  Look for upcoming events and tournaments by clicking on "How to Get Involved", click on "NYGPL Recruiting Form" where you can register to receive our league emails, or follow us on social media.  If you still have a question, use the form below and one of our Officers will get back to you. 

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Next 8-Ball Summer Tournament Game is June 13th

Current and prospective members of the NYGPL are invited to the next monthly match of the 8-Ball Summer 2022 Tournament Series at Metropolitan Bar (tentative) on June 13th.  The table will be available at 7:00PM for practice, with the match to begin at 7:30PM.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO 2021-22 SEASON LEAGUE CHAMPIONS!

8-Ball - Boxer's Briefs
9-Ball - Metropolitan Bar

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NYGPL OFFICERS

PRESIDENT, Jason Skipper

VICE PRESIDENT, Glenn Warnecke

SECRETARY, Vacant

TREASURER, Eddie Boyd

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LEAGUE FILES

Financial, Rules of Play, & Graphic Design Files (Available to Public)
Board Minutes & Forms (Access Restricted to Team Captains & Executive Board)
Administration & Legal Files (Access Restricted to Executive Board)

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OFFICIAL PARTNER

Boxers - Sponsor

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THE NYGPL GIVES BACK!
CHARITIES WE SUPPORT:

Callen Lorde Logo GLWD Logo Visual Aids Logo

Member Bars

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Founded in 1984, the New York Gay Pool League is a Not-for-Profit 501(c)(3) Corporation dedicated to raising money for HIV/AIDS charities. The Corporation is formed for the purposes of providing relief to poor, distressed and underprivileged, and indigent persons afflicted by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and/or the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) virus in the New York City area. In furtherance of these charitable purposes, the Corporation shall disperse the funds raised to other organizations which are exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as it may be amended, and which provide relief, support, and services to the poor, distressed and underprivileged, and indigent HIV/AIDS afflicted community. The Corporation is not formed for and shall not be conducted nor operated for pecuniary or financial gain, and no part of its assets, income or profit shall be distributed to, or inure to, the benefit of any private individual or individuals.