Overview

Whether you are new to team sports, or miss the days of “suiting up,” sports leagues are a great way to be active, meet new people and have fun.

Co-ed leagues include the space and equipment needed to play, plus an official to score each game. The YMCA does not provide uniforms. You will play a minimum of one game each week, unless there is a bye.

The next session of leagues start the week of January 9 and run through March 5.

Registration fees:

  • $300 per team for team sports
  • $75 per pair for doubles sports
  • $45 per person for individual sports

Basketball

This classic sport was invented at the YMCA.

  • 5-10 players for a team
  • 5 team members can play at a time during games

REGISTER FOR BASKETBALL

Dodgeball

Eliminate players by hitting them with a thrown ball.

  • 6-10 players for a team
  • 6 team members can play at a time during games

REGISTER FOR DODGEBALL

Flag Football

Just like regular American football, without tackling.

  • 5-10 players for a team
  • 5 team members can play at a time during games
  • All players are encouraged to purchase and wear mouth guards

REGISTER FOR FLAG FOOTBALL

Floor Hockey

Like ice hockey, but played on a court instead.

  • 6-10 players for a team
  • 6 team members can play at a time during games
  • All players are encouraged to purchase and wear shin guards and protective eyewear

REGISTER FOR FLOOR HOCKEY

Futsal

A game similar to soccer, but played with a smaller ball on a hard-court surface.

  • 5-10 players for a team
  • 5 team members can play at a time during games
  • All players are required to purchase and wear shin guards. Mouth guards are encouraged.

REGISTER FOR FUTSAL

Kickball

A combination of soccer and baseball, a ball is thrown to a “kicker” who then runs bases.

  • 10-15 players for a team
  • 10 team members can play at a time during games

REGISTER FOR KICKBALL

Soccer

Be a part of the world’s most popular game.

  • 7-14 players for a team
  • 7 team members can play at a time during games
  • All players are required to purchase and wear shin guards. Mouth guards are encouraged.

REGISTER FOR SOCCER

Volleyball

This sport got its start at a YMCA, too.

  • 6-10 players for a team
  • 6 team members can play at a time during games

REGISTER FOR VOLLEYBALL

Whiffle Ball

Like baseball, this sport uses a light, perforated ball, so no ball gloves are required.

  • 6-10 players for a team
  • 6 team members can play at a time during games

REGISTER FOR WHIFFLE BALL

Team sports requirements

  • Your team might play against other YMCAs in the metro area.
  • One person needs to gather information and register the entire team at one time—a final roster will be due before all leagues begin.
  • Each team member must sign a waiver before the first game.
  • Your team needs to have matching T-shirts and/or uniforms to wear during games, including an alternative color option for away games

Badminton: A combination between volleyball and tennis. The Y provides rackets, but you are welcome to bring your own.

REGISTER FOR BADMINTON

Bags: Also known as “corn hole” this is a yard game favorite that uses bean bags and boards.

REGISTER FOR BAGS

Bocce Ball: This game is similar to bowling, but is typically played outdoors.

REGISTER FOR BOCCE BALL

Pickle Ball: Part tennis and part badminton, learn more about this fast-growing sport.

REGISTER FOR PICKLE BALL

Table Tennis: Also known as ping pong, it’s like tennis, played on a table.

REGISTER FOR TABLE TENNIS

Doubles sports requirements

  • Your pair might play against other YMCAs in the metro area.
  • At least 6 pairs need to register in order to run a sports league.
  • One person needs to gather information and register the pair at one time. After registration, each team member must sign a waiver before the first game.

Badminton: A combination between volleyball and tennis. The Y provides rackets, but you are welcome to bring your own.

REGISTER FOR BADMINTON

Bags: Also known as “corn hole” this is a yard game favorite that uses bean bags and boards.

REGISTER FOR BAGS

Pickle Ball: Part tennis and part badminton, learn more about this fast-growing sport.

REGISTER FOR PICKLE BALL

Racquetball: Unlike tennis or badminton, there is no net to hit the ball over—bouncing off the walls is part of the game. The Y provides rackets, but you are welcome to bring your own.

REGISTER FOR RAQUETBALL

Table Tennis: Also known as ping pong, it’s like tennis, played on a table.

REGISTER FOR TABLE TENNIS

Individual sports requirements

  • You might play against people from other YMCAs in the metro area.
  • At least 6 pairs need to register in order to run a sports league.
  • One person needs to gather information and register the pair at one time. After registration, each team member must sign a waiver before the first game.