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.

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.

Throughout the year, Y locations offer:

  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Soccer
  • Whiffle Ball
  • Kickball
  • Futsal
  • Floor Hockey
  • Flag Football
  • Dodgeball
  • Racquetball
  • Table Tennis
  • Pickle Ball
  • Bags
  • Badminton
  • Bocce Ball

League offerings will vary by session and YMCA branch.

Registration fees:

  • $350 per team, $45 per person for team sports
  • $75 per pair, $45 per person for doubles sports
  • $45 per person for individual sports ($75 for non-members)

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

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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

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

Team sports requirements

  • Your team might play against other YMCAs in the metro area.
  • If you are registering as a team, 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

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.

REGISTER FOR RACQUETBALL

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.