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Youth Athletics


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The Youth Athletics Program caters to children between ages 5 and 17, offering them numerous benefits from playing 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.

Basketball Registration

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The Athletics Division is offering youth basketball for ages 5-17. League age as of date is August 31, 2022.

Registration: October 3-28
Registration may be left open pending the number of available spots.

Fee: $50 for Raleigh residents and $65 for non-Raleigh residents.

Practices will begin in November at each league’s operating community center gym. Practice times can be anytime Monday-Friday (6 - 9 p.m.), Saturdays (9 a.m. -3 p.m.) or Sunday afternoons (1 - 6 p.m.). Games will be played weeknights, and possibly Saturdays, starting in January. Please note that the number of teams and the head coach you are assigned will determine the practice and game schedule. Registration will be conducted at all community centers and online via RecLink.

Registration Form
Coaching Application
Register Online

League Locations

District 1

Age

League

League Location

5-6

Pee Wee

Optimist Community Center

7-8

Mini Mite

Green Road Community Center

9-10

Mitey-Mite Boys

Abbotts Creek Community Center

11-12

Little League Boys

Brier Creek Community Center

13-14

Junior League Boys

Brier Creek Community Center

District 2

Age

League

League Location

5-6

Pee Wee

Worthdale Community Center

7-8

Mini Mite

Barwell Community Center

9-10

Mitey-Mite Boys

Lions Park Community Center

11-12

Little League Boys

Marsh Creek Community Center

13-14

Junior League Boys

Marsh Creek Community Center

District 3

Age

League

League Location

5-6

Pee Wee

Roberts Park Community Center

7-8

Mini Mite

Jaycee Community Center

9-10

Mitey-Mite Boys

Lake Lynn Community Center

11-12

Little League Boys

Method Road Community Center

13-14

Junior League Boys

Halifax Community Center

District 4 

Age

League

League Location

5-6

Pee Wee

Roberts Park Community Center

7-8

Mini Mite

Tarboro Road Community Center

9-10

Mitey-Mite Boys

Biltmore Hills Community Center

11-12

Little League Boys

Carolina Pines Community Center

13-14

Junior League Boys

Carolina Pines Community Center

Citywide Leagues

Age

League

League Location

9-10

Mitey-Mite Girls

Chavis Community Center

11-12

Little League Girls

Chavis Community Center

13-17

Junior League Girls

Chavis Community Center

15-17

Senior Boys

Green Road Community Center

Virtual Training

Find these helpful online videos as a resource for training:

See the Youth Athletics Digital Resources

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 Futsal
Jason Clemons - Youth Football & Youth Basketball
Raven Johnson - Youth Softball & Youth Cheerleading

Department:
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
Service Categories:
Parks Programs
Related Services:
Athletics Program

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