2023 End of Season Tournament Results!!!

  1st: Bocce on the Rocks
2nd: Italia Restaurant
3rd: Team Calabrese
4th: Settefratese Club
5th: Bedrock Contracting
6th: Los Guapos

Congratulations to all the teams that participated this year.

Also, congratulations to Italia Restaurant, winner of the Bellantonio Tournament

Review the full results of the tournament here. To view previous years winners, visit our Hall-of-Fame.

Welcome to the Stamford Bocce League.

2023 Season

Welcome to the 2023 season of the Stamford Bocce League. The following schedule reflects key dates for this season:

First Captain's Meeting Thursday, March 30th, 2023 - 7PM
Piedmont Club - Darien CT
Second Captain's Meeting Thursday, April 13th, 2023 - 7PM
Piedmont Club - Darien CT
2023 Bocce Season Begins Monday, May 8th & Tuesday May 9th
Danny Bellantonio Mid-Season Tournament (BBQ at courts) Monday June 19th & Tuesday June 20th
Danny Bellantonio Tournament (...continued) Monday June 26th, Tuesday June 27th & Wednesday June 28th
4th of July Holiday - No Games This Week. Monday, July 3rd & Tuesday, July 4th
Position Week Monday, July 10th & Tuesday, July 11th
Banquet Dinner Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023 - 7PM
St. Annes Club - Norwalk, CT
Banquet Reservation Form

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 7:30 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.


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.