Greater Providence Basketball League (GPBL)

 GPBL at Davidson College


GPBL Mission Statement:
Striving to be more Christ like showing the spirit of Jesus Christ, while bringing young people together to glorify God through an organized basketball program and competition.


Welcome to GPBL !

Phillip Nowlin, Assistant Athletic Director
Aaron Howie, Assistant Athletic Director
Demetrius Harris, Assistant Athletic Director

Congratulations to the 2019-2020 GPBL Champions!

10-12 Grove Presbyterian Church
Many thanks to GPBL for the work they do with our youth!
The league offers five divisions for boys and girls ages 4 – 18. The season will run from December through February. Each team is guaranteed six games with the top four teams advancing to the playoffs. ALL players are required in our Community Service day in January which promotes character building and goodwill. Team registration is now closed. Game admission donations are as follows:  $2.00-adults, $1.00-youth 5-12 years old, no charge for 5 and under.
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AA  4-6 co-ed
  A  7-9 co-ed
     B  10-12 co-ed
     C  13-15 co-ed
     D  16-18 co-ed
Note : Girls can play on ANY TEAM in  their age group.


  • Greater Providence Baptist Church (GPBC)
  • Weeping Willow AMEZ Church (WW)
  • Ebenezer Baptist Church (EB)
  • Saint Luke (STL)
  • New Life Fellowship (NLF)
  • Grove Presbyterian Church (GPC)
  • Zion Academy (ZAC)
  • Legacy Elite Youth (LEY)
Greater Providence Family Life Center
2000 Milton Road
Charlotte, NC 28215
Weeping Willow AMEZ Church
2220 Milton Road
Charlotte, NC 28215
Game times may change without notice as needed.
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June 30, 1968 – February 15, 2018

Brother Charles E. Hooper, Assistant Athletic Director of GPBL, was a long-time member at Greater Providence Baptist Church and served in the GPBL since its inception. He served with love, commitment, dedication, and loyalty. He worked tirelessly and served to make sure the GPBL operated in a professional and Christ-like manner. He loved the kids and loved seeing them grow in their game and spiritual development. He will be sorely missed.