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Youth Athletics Registration


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Fall Flag Football Fall Baseball and Softball Find Your District Financial Assistance Take the Pledge to Keep Youth Sports Positive

The Youth Athletics Program caters to children between ages 5 and 17 that offer numerous benefits from playing in organized sports. Youth sports, sponsored by the Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources, provide the opportunity for boys and girls to learn good sportsmanship and progressively develop skills.

Fall Flag Football

Football on field grass

Registration: July 13-August 9

Raleigh Parks is offering youth flag football for ages 5-13. League age as of date is August 31, 2020. The fee is $40 for Raleigh residents and $55 for non-Raleigh residents. 

Please review our Athletics Know Before You Go guide prior to registering. 

You can register online at RecLink using the barcode listed at the link below.

League Locations and Barcodes

Fall Baseball and Softball

Kid at plate hitting baseball with catcher behind him

Registration: July 13-31

Youth softball and baseball leagues are a great way for youth ages 5 to 17 to learn the fundamentals of the sport and to teach positive sportsmanship. Volunteer coaches are needed who enjoy baseball, want to teach youth, and to help develop league participants' skills and knowledge of baseball. League Age is determined by the participant's age on August 31, 2020.

Please review our Athletics Know Before You Go guide prior to registering. 

You can register online at RecLink using the barcode below.

  • T-Ball (Ages 5-6) Barcode: 256836
  • Pinto (Ages 7-8) Barcode: 258309
  • Mustang (Ages 9-10) Barcode: 255027
  • Bronco (Ages 11-12) Barcode: 255030
  • Pony (Ages 13-14) Barcode: 255039
  • Colt (Ages 15-17) Barcode: 255042
  • Mini Girls Softball (Ages 7-9) Barcode: 261049
  • Citywide Softball Fast Pitch (Ages 10-12) Barcode: 258130
  • Citywide Softball Fast Pitch (Ages 13-17) Barcode: 258131

Resources

Find Your District

Recreation facilities have been divided into four geographical districts to maximize program resources with a focus on community quality. You are requested to play in the district where you reside.

To find your district and facilities:

  1. Visit raleighnc.gov/services and enter your address in the box below "Find Your Services by Address" and click "Search".
  2. In the information that appears under "Recreation", your Youth Athletic District will be noted.
  3. Reference the list by district below to find your facilities. 

District 1
Brier Creek
Greystone
Lake Lynn
Millbrook Exchange
Optimist

District 2
Barwell Road
Green Road
Lions Park
Marsh Creek
Worthdale

District 3
Halifax
Jaycee
Laurel Hills
Method
Pullen
Roberts
Tarboro Road

District 4
Biltmore Hills
Carolina Pines
John Chavis
Peach Road
Ralph Campbell
Sanderford Road
Sgt. Courtney Johnson
Top Greene

Financial Assistance

The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department strives to provide athletics programs to all. Thanks to generous donations and support, we are able to provide financial assistance to those in need.

Learn more about financial assistance options here.

Take the Pledge to Keep Youth Sports Positive

The City of Raleigh has teamed up with the National Alliance of Youth Sports (NAYS) to train all of our head coaches involved in our youth sports leagues. In partnership with NAYS, we are supporting their Parents Association for Youth Sports (PAYS) by promoting their sports parent pledge.

Similar to how a drop of water ripples throughout a puddle, acts of positivity in youth sports can affect a team's environment and spread throughout the league - and even the whole community! It only needs one person to start. Will that person be you? Sign up for the Sports Parent Pledge for a free six-part email series packed with resources and tips you can use to be a positive change in youth sports!” Please enter City of Raleigh as the League Name.

There is no cost associated with taking the pledge, however there is a fee to become a PAYS member.

Take the Sports Parent Pledge

Contact

 

Ryan Ryba - Youth Baseball & Youth Lacrosse
Jason Clemons - Youth Football & Youth Basketball
Raven Johnson - Youth Softball & Youth Cheerleading

Lead Department:
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
Service Categories:
Parks Programs

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