Get in the game
Kids as young as 3 have the opportunity to be active, build confidence, learn new skills and make new friends in sports at the Y. Youth sports are a fun and engaging way to learn important life lessons, including positive competition, fair play, the value of participation over winning, team-building, positive self-image and respect for others.
Sports are one way the Y nurtures the potential of youth and teens. Youth sports provide a structured opportunity for kids to learn the game, improve technique, stay active, build social skills, gain confidence and develop leadership while taking into consideration the latest public health guidelines for a safe environment. The focus is on teamwork in a positive environment where everyone plays and everyone is a part of the team.
Make a Difference - Be a Coach
Help kids find their strengths and advance their skills by becoming a volunteer coach! Training is provided.
Stay Up-to-Date with
We use PlayerSpace as our primary communication platform for sharing game schedules, team rosters, cancellations and all other important information for Youth Sports leagues. With PlayerSpace, you'll get:
- Convenient 24/7 online access to league information such as schedules, practice times and team information
- Emails and texts with updates on important information including schedule changes and cancellations
- The ability to post and share pictures and videos with your team
Prior to the start of the season, parents will receive account login information from the Sports Director of your region. When you receive your account login email, be sure to activate your account to receive communication about the upcoming season.
Y Members Save on Sports
Y members save up to 50% on youth and Bitty sports! Not a member? Sign up online now and save on your sports registration!
New Sports Regions
Y sports are now offered by region instead of Y location to better serve families.
YMCA Challenger Sports
Kids of all abilities have the opportunity to play sports with Y Challenger. Through baseball, basketball, bowling, flag football, soccer, tennis and fitness, ages 4-30 with special needs can stay active, learn teamwork and build confidence.