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Youth Sports Teams and Programs

 
Youth: (206) 684-7091
Registration: Contact your local community center
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Seattle Parks and Recreation provides a variety of seasonal sports for youth. All programs stress skill development, participation, and fun. 

I want to play…how do I get started?

  1. To participate in most Seattle Parks Youth Sports leagues
    (for Basketball & Volleyball for example) you can either recruit a coach and put together your own team  or you can be placed on an existing team with the help of community center staff. Call for more info. For some sports (Track & Field for example) all you need to do is go into your local community center to get registered.
  2. Get registered!  (paperwork is at community centers)
  3. Start practices and get ready for fun honing your skills and competing against other neighborhood community centers!

I want to coach...how do I get started?

Coach and KidsLove the sport? Love kids? Want to give back to your community? Become a volunteer coach!  Our low cost leagues can’t operate without the dedication of our awesome coaches!

  1. Talk to community center staff about applying for a coaching position.
  2. Fill out a Volunteer Packet.
  3. Submit your roster with kids names to staff prior to registration.
  4. Request  practice times and confirm that all kids are registered prior to the first practice.
  5. Attend coaches meeting/training and get ready for a rewarding experience!

What if my child isn’t old enough for these programs?

Many of our community center offer instructional programs/classes and even leagues for the younger set.  Examples include T-Ball classes and Cub Basketball. Come by or give us a call for more information!

 
Updated February 4, 2014

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TEAMSIDELINE

Sign-up to play and check how your team is doing at the new Citywide Athletics schedules, scores, and information site!

RESERVATIONS

Seattle Parks has athletic fields and facilities for just about every popular sport. Make a reservation today!
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DOCUMENTS

Youth Sports Leagues during school year
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Zhane'a Brown, Allanah Whitehall & Ladybug Brown of the Miller Community Center Jets

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