Whether it’s gaining the confidence that comes with learning a new skill or building positive relationships that lead to good character and teamwork, participating in sports at the Y is about building the whole child, from the inside out. Our sports programs are for all, they feature positive competition and their schedules are designed for family convenience.

  • Equal Playing Time
  • Everybody Plays, Everybody Wins
  • Good Sportsmanship
  • New Friends
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Summer 2020 Youth Sports Season

T-Ball • Softball • Baseball • More (sports may vary by branch)

These are tentative new dates that were modified on March 18. We delayed the original Summer schedule by two weeks. Our YMCA leadership team is closely monitoring the situation and reassessing on a daily basis.

 

Early Bird Registration: February 24 – May 11 (fees increase $15 on May 12)

Registration: May 12 – 25

 

Practices Begin for League Play: Week of June 15

Season Dates: June 20 – August 8

 

Fall I 2020 Youth Sports Season 

Soccer • Volleyball• Flag Football (sports may vary by branch)

 

Early Bird Registration: March 30 – August 3 (fees increase $15 on August 4)

Registration: August 4 – 17

 

Practices Begin for League Play: Week of August 31

Season Dates: September 12 – October 17

Basketball

Hit the hardwood with the folks who invented the game - the Y! Boys and girls develop skills including dribbling, shooting, passing, and rebounding. Youth basketball at the Y combines team play and individual skills in a fun and supportive environment.

Soccer

Pass, shoot, score! YMCA Soccer helps kids become not only better soccer players but better people as well. The YMCA soccer program is a progressive program, with multiple age-specific levels. Players are taught basic game skills such as passing, receiving, shooting, footwork and dribbling.

Volleyball

Pass, set, hit! With an emphasis on team spirit and sportsmanship, players have the opportunity to learn the basic volleyball fundamentals such as underhand serving, setting, hitting, blocking and digging in a fun and positive environment.

Baseball, Softball, T-Ball

YMCA Baseball is designed to teach young baseball players the fundamentals of the game. Participants will learn how to catch, throw, and bat in a fun team atmosphere. Formats include t-ball, coach-pitch and player-pitch. Our approach to coaching allows players to learn and have fun!

Flag Football

Flag Football is one of America's most exciting sports and you can get your start here at the YMCA, so huddle up‚ flag football is here! YMCA flag football is a recreational program designed for players new to the sport of football as well as those not quite ready for tackle football.
Cardinals 2020

YMCA Night with the Cardinals - July 23

Give your little fan the opportunity to see our Cardinals take on the Chicago Cubs on Thursday, July 23! Your child will participate in a pregame parade at Busch Stadium! Tickets available through the Y will cost only $15 each; they would normally be $40 or more! Kids will have the opportunity to walk in the pre-game parade around the field. For your child to walk in the parade, meet your YMCA branch team at the gate to prepare for the parade before heading to your seats. The timeline is 5:30 pm - Enter Gate 1 at southeast side of Stadium; 5:50 pm - Parade participants line up on East Ramp; 6:00 pm - Pregame Parade; and 7:15 pm - Cards vs Cubs Game. Register for tickets by June 30 with the YMCA branch where you want to pick up your tickets. Tickets will be available after July 10. Note: Tickets cannot be resold through StubHub or any other secondary market ticket service or within the vicinity of Busch Stadium.

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