Important Update

Updated 3/19/2020: For all future updates on how the virus affects our events, leagues and more, Please visit this page!


We will do whatever we can to give the same experience we’ve been giving for the past 8 years. Any payments made to KC Crew for the Spring season or future events will be credited to when the event is rescheduled or to any future event or next league season. Ideally, yes, we give everyone’s deposits back but right now we are trying to figure out the next steps.


We are on hold currently with everything. Our plan is to wait until we know exactly how long the leagues will be postponed and if we will be able to run them or not. If not, then we plan to refund. We just didn’t want to rush anything until we knew more. As we know more, we will be updating this website.


Our main mission is to provide an outlet of fun and activity in peoples lives which will prove hard to do while keep social distancing standards. We are a small business directly affected by this current situation and we are doing our best to make it through this trying time. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We look forward to offering fun experiences for you in the future. Please feel free to reach out to us directly with concerns or questions.

Unfortunately, this is an unprecedented time so we are listening and abiding by the CDC and local officials guidelines to cancel anything with more than 250 people and will continue to do so.

We have begun postponing events in compliance with Mayor Lucas’ state of emergency declaration for the next 21 days concerning any events with more than 250 attendees and will continue to follow the direction given by state and local officials. We are closely monitoring the situation in the surrounding communities and will take action for closure if deemed necessary.

Information that led to our decision:

Please know that our thoughts are with everyone who is affected by the virus. We strongly believe with the quarantine, people are going to need to get out of their house, and as long as we work together to stay healthy, sanitized, safe and within the suggested guidelines of the Health officials, we want to keep the option to be active available.

  • Currently, the Mayor has set the max limit for events at no more than 250 people.
  • All of our leagues are well under 250 people and any events that are not under the 250 limit, within the next 21 days, we will be postponing.
  • This week is our last week of Winter leagues and our Spring season currently doesn’t start until April 13th which is outside of the 21-day window.
  • Most of our leagues are at Hy-Vee Arena which is staying open while abiding by the 250 person limit. They have also increased their standards which you can see here!
Additional Steps We are Taking

KC Crew is always committed to the health, safety, and well-being of everyone in our community. As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation, we want to assure you that in addition to our usual high standards for health and safety, we are taking additional measures to ensure the well-being of our participants, their loved ones and our expanding family of associates.

  • Reinforcing illness prevention procedures with all associates as recommended by the medical community, including frequent handwashing, avoiding facial contact, and refraining from coming near anyone who is sick.
  • Restricting all non-essential business travel and closely reviewing all other travel by our associates.
  • Instructing employees and officials who are exhibiting symptoms of illness to stay home and seek care from a medical provider when necessary.
  • Increasing the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing high-touchpoint surfaces such as basketball, volleyballs, pickleball paddles and balls, cornhole bags and more.
  • We will be requiring all staff to sanitize hands and equipment before and after every game.
  • Providing alcohol-based hand sanitizer for participants to use throughout the property, including making disposable gloves available for those who wish to continue engaging in the joy of being human through sports and active play.

Everyone should be practicing good health hygiene. Here are some tips to help make sure we all stay healthy:

  • If you’re feeling even slightly under the weather or you’re running a fever, please stay home,
  • Wash your hands after using the restroom and before eating for AT LEAST 20 seconds,
  • Avoid touching your face,
  • Sneeze or cough into your arm, not your hands,
  • Avoid shaking hands and high-fives,
  • Avoid drinking from the same cup or bottle as someone else,
  • People over 60 years old and anyone with a compromised immune system or serious, chronic medical condition (like heart disease, diabetes or lung disease) should avoid crowds as much as possible.
Events under 250 standard

Networking Happy Hour

50 Max Attendees

KC BBQ Series

75 Max Attendees

Basketball Pickup

50 Max Attendees