Youth & Middle School Sports

Welcome to the City of Greeley Youth Sports Program. The philosophy of the City of Greeley Culture, Parks, and Recreation Department is to instill a positive attitude, sportsmanship, basic fundamentals, confidence, and high moral standards. Youth Sports Programs develop the physical, psychological, and social aspects for youth. Our programs emphasize participation, fun, sportsmanship, and promotes a non-competitive, recreational approach to sports. Participants, parents, and coaches are expected to support this philosophy. Read our complete Youth Sports philosophy prior to program participation.

Important announcements appear below. Call our weather cancellation info line at 970-350-9537 for additional information. If you have questions or comments, please call 970-350-9401.

Did you know if you volunteer as a coach for one of our youth sports programs, you receive a free youth registration? Just our way of saying…Thank You!

In need of some financial support to cover costs of youth sports or classes? We have a Youth Assistance Fund for individuals that qualify for the Free and Reduced Lunch program with the school district. Find out more about it!

NFL CO-ED Flag Football Fall 2020 see details in the Football box below.
Be sure to read the Return to Play protocols to find out what’s new!

New Fall CO-ED 3-v-3 Friday Night Soccer League starting in Oct – see the Soccer box below for details.
Be sure to read the Return to Play protocols to find out what’s new!

The City reminds everyone that current state and CDC-recommended hygiene and social distancing still apply during fall sports.
  • Masks are required.
  • Participants should bring adequate water and hand sanitizer.
  • It is highly encouraged for participants to be “ready” upon arrival at the field, already dressed in appropriate attire for the activity for which they are participating.
  • Anyone with COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms – a fever, cough, or shortness of breath – should not use city facilities.
For more information on COVID-19, visit the City’s web page.

 

Archery
The Greeley Recreation Center has an indoor archery range.

Cancelled due to COVID-19

 
The Greeley Archers Club was established in 1976 and are members of the National Field Archers Association and Colorado Bow Hunters Association. With two ranges (indoor facility at the Greeley Recreation Center and outdoor at Hwy 85 and 42nd Street) they have everything you need. The club is family oriented and offers a wide range of archery opportunities and classes that include:
Youth archery lessons, Target leagues, Bow hunter leagues, 3-D tournaments and Bow Hunters Education.
 
In addition to the club, classes are offered for youth as well...
 
Youth Archery Lessons
Mondays
Beginner • 5-5:50pm
Intermediate 6-6:50pm
 
Jan 6-27
Feb 3-24
March 2-30*
April 6-27
 
Code #203101
 
Fee $40 resident, $50 non-resident
 
Basketball

More information to come on Fall 2020 & Winter 2021 Season

Junior Nuggets Dinky Dunkers Basketball

Practices begin 

Coaches’ Priority Registration 
Online Registration 
General Registration 

Coaches’ Meeting 

Fee $74 resident, $84 non-resident
includes Denver Nuggets jersey + 2 Denver Nuggets tickets for an NBA during the 2019-20 season!

New Team Fee $740 (max-10 players)
*no practice or games held the week of Thanksgiving

Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

Contact

Dylan Seavey
Office 970-350-9438

 

Junior Nuggets Basketball

Practices 
Games 

Coaches’ Priority Registration 
Online Registration 
General Registration 

 

Fee $87 resident, $97 non-resident
includes Denver Nuggets jersey + 2 Denver Nuggets tickets for an NBA during the 2018-19 season!

New Team Fee $870 (max-10 players)

Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

Contact

Dylan Seavery, Sports Coordinator
Office 970-350-9438
Cell 970-371-3760

Boxing

The boxing program offer participants training by certified USA boxing coaches, while learning the fundamentals of boxing with the opportunity of competing in local and national competitions. Parents must fill out a registration form and bring a photo ID to be notarized. A notary is available at the Rodarte Community Center free of charge.

In this program, participants will learn the basic techniques of boxing. We offer both a youth recreational program, where you learn the basics of the sport, and a youth competitive program, where you learn the basic skills and compete.All competitive youth boxers must have USA Boxing Insurance, which requires a $55 annual fee payable to USA Boxing. Participants must bring their own mouthpiece, water bottle, hand wraps and towel.

Age 8-17 yrs.

Monday-Thursday • 5-8pm (B Team practices until 6pm/A Team practices until 8pm)

Cancelled due to COVID-19

Spring Session I Jan 2-30
Registration Deadline Jan 30

Spring Session II Feb 3-27
Registration Deadline Feb 27

Spring Session III March 2-31
Registration Deadline March 31

Spring Session IV April 1-30
Registration Deadline April 30

Youth Recreational Boxing Program
Register

Youth Competitive Boxing Program
Register

Fee $15 resident/$25 non-resident

Adult Boxing Program
Register online

Fee $30 resident/$40 non-resident

Contact

For more information, call 970-350-9430.

CARA Track

Come join one of Colorado’s largest recreational track programs. Learn the basics of track and field, and compete in multiple meets, including the Colorado CARA State Meet. Participants are put in heats by gender and age. Shirt size required at the time of registration. Age 5-16 years. Min-6, Max-75.

More information to come on 2021 Season

Practice starts June 2, 2019
Ages 11-16 practice Tuesday/Thursday from 7:45-9:15am.
Ages 5-10 practice Tuesday/Thursday from 9:30-10:30am.

General Registration April 1-May 28 beginning at 8:30am at the at the Family FunPlex and Greeley Recreation Center or online.

Fee $95 resident, $105 non-resident

Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

Contact

Nico Ruscitti, Sports Coordinator
Office 970-350-9779
Cell 970-371-3755

Rock Climbing

The Greeley Recreation Center has a state-of-the-art climbing wall, coined "The Rock" and we offer classes and programs throughout the week.The Rock Climbing Wall is open during facility hours for bouldering and climbing. Top rope and lead climbing available (must be certified to belay). Certifications are good for one year.  The climbing wall will close 15 minutes prior to any scheduled class to allow for staff set-up and preparation.

Cancelled due to COVID-19

Fees

Top Rope certification $7
Lead Climb certification $7

Certification on Monday’s after the beginner youth climbing class. Please call 970-350-9400 for reservations.
Drop-In $6
• Must be certified to belay by City of Greeley Rock Wall Instructor.
• Boldering does not require certification.
• Must be 14 yrs old to become certified.
*Children must be 5 years or older to participate and be wearing closed toe shoes.

 

Equipment Fees

Harness $2.50
Helmet Free

 

Here are just a few of the activities we offer:

Rock Wall Open Climbing

All climbers are invited to join a staff member for an evening of climbing. Join fellow climbers and be challenged by each other, or just get acquainted with other climbers in the area. This is a good time to get your certification. Age 5+.

Thursday • 5:30-7pm

Jan 2 & 16
Feb 6 & 20
March 5 & 19
April 2 & 16

Fee free with Greeley Recreation Membership. Does not include any rental equipment. All others $6 plus any rental equipment.
*climbers 5-15 years old must have an adult present (16+).

 

Lunch Time Fun Climb

All levels of climbers welcomed! Wednesday “hump” day lunch climbs. A rock wall staff member will be present. Introduce yourself to climbing or challenge your current skills, either one makes for a great lunch time fun workout.

Wednesday, • 12-1:30pm

Jan 8 & 22
Feb 5 & 19
March 4 & 18
April 1 & 15

Fee Free w/Membership); $6 non-members (does not include any rental equipment)

 

Intro to Top Rope Climbing

Newcomers will learn proper Top Rope belay techniques, ATC/Carabineer component uses, commands, knot tying and more. Age 14+

Thursday • 5:30-7pm

Jan 9
Jan 23
Feb 13
Feb 27
March 12
March 26
April 9
April 23

Code # 213100

Fee $15 resident/$25 non-resident

Register now!

 

Youth Climbing

Classes accommodate two climbing levels. Students must be proficient in Level 1 before moving on to Level 2.

Beginner For first time climbers, focus on getting comfortable on the wall. Introduction to tying figure eight knots and learn how to put a harness on. Climbers will be able to participate in a variety of group activities and games. Once successfully passing the beginner class, climbers have the option to move up to the intermediate class.

Intermediate Climbers focus more on technique and safety. Learn to climb different and more challenging routes and perfect their figure eight knot tying, as well as be introduced to Top Rope belaying. Group activities and games will focus more on problem solving and climbing technique. Once successfully passing the intermediate class, climbers have the option to move up to the advanced class.

Advanced Climbers learn to be more self-sufficient. Recognize potential safety issues with themselves and other climbers and how to correct them. Students will participate in a variety of group and solo activities, including Top Rope belay, bouldering challenges, route setting and mock lead climbing. Students who successfully pass the advanced class have the option to take our Top Rope belay certification test if they meet age requirements.

Ages 5-16. Min-4, Max-10.

Beginner 5-7 years • Mon • 5:00-6:00pm
Beginner 8-11 years • Mon • 6:00-7:00pm
Intermediate/Advanced (12+) • Tue • 5:30-7pm

Jan 6-28
Feb 3-25
March 2-31*
April 6-28

Code # 203102

Fee $35 resident/$45 non-resident
*no class March 16 & 17

Register now!

 

Friday Night Youth Climbing Club

Enjoy a Friday evening climb with one of our energetic staff. Improve your maneuvering on the wall or introduce new climbers. Certification is not provided in this class.

Friday • 5:30-7pm

Jan 3
Feb 7
March 6
April 3

Code # 203103

Fee $10 resident/$20 non-resident

Register now!

 

Rocks for Tots

This parent-tot class introduces your 3-5 year-old to rock climbing. Our littlest climbers and their parent or guardian will participate in educational games, activities and climbing. Motor skills and listening are developed.

Thursday • 4:30-5:30pm

Jan 9-16
Feb 13-27
March 12-26
April 9-23

Code # 203107

Fee $20 resident, $30 non-resident

Register today!

Figure Skating

Freestyle Sessions $7

Call ahead for 45-min reservations (970-350-9402)

Sign up for a time slot

 

Football
 

Fall 2020

NFL CO-ED Flag Football

This league if offered for girls and boys ages 6-11. USA Football is the national governing body of the sport and official partner. Participants receive an NFL team reversible jersey and official NFL Flag belt. Participants can choose between a M/W or T/Th practice schedule. All games will be on Saturdays.

Return to Play Protocol for NFL Flag Football

Practice begins September 21, 2020
Games begin October 3, 2020

Online & In Person Registration Aug 31-Sept 15 at MyGreeleyRec.com or at the Family FunPlex (1501 65th Ave) – shirt size required at the time of registration

Fee $79 resident, $89 non-resident

Coaches’ Meeting Thursday, September 17, 6pm on Zoom.

Financial assistance available for those in need. Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

Leagues – Max roster size for all age groups is 10 participants
League 1 (birth year 20013/2014) Code # 406715 Register

League 2 (birth year 2011/2012 ) Code # 406716 Register

League 3 (birth year 2009/2010) Code # 406717 Register

Location and times vary

Contact

 

 

Young America Tackle Football

TACKLE FOOTBALL HAS BEEN CANCELED FOR 2020

Coaches’ Priority Registration June 19-July 1, 2019 (for players whose parents coach; two coaches allowed per team)
All coaches will be required to become Heads Up Football Certified.

Online Registration July 2-Aug 7, 2019
General Registration July 7-Aug 7, 8:30am at the Family FunPlex and Greeley Recreation Center.

Fee $112 resident, $122 non-resident

Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

Register

Contact

Nico Ruscitti
Office 970-350-9779
Cell 970-371-3755

 

Learn to Skate Program

Our Basic Skills Program will help teach you all you need to know to get out on the ice. Lessons are for ages 3 years old and up. The Ice Haus Skate School provides a number of different opportunities in ice skating, whether you want to learn basic skating skills or are pursuing advanced skating techniques, jumps and spins. Our coaches are certified members of the Professional Skating Association, have years of experience and knowledge within the sport, and follow guidelines of the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA).

Not sure which class to start with? Check out the Snowplow Sam Progression Chart.

Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

 

Learn to Skate Sessions

*All participants must pay $17/year USFSA registration fee.

Session I Sept 9-Oct 21        Registration Deadline Sept 9
Session II Oct 28-Dec 16*    Registration Deadline Oct 28

*no class Nov 25

Wednesdays
Power & Conditioning • 4:15-4:45pm
Session I Code # 413301-01    Session II Code # 413301-02
Register

Off-Ice Training 5-5:45pm
Session I Code # 413300-01    Session II Code # 413300-02
Register

 

Session I Sept 12-Oct 24      Registration Deadline Sept 12
Session II Oct 31-Dec 19*    Registration Deadline Oct 31

*no class Nov 28

Saturdays • 9-9:30am
Pre-Freeskate     Session I Code # 403301-01     Session II Code # 403301-05
Freeskate 1/2      Session I Code # 403301-02     Session II Code # 403301-06
Freeskate 3/4      Session I Code # 403301-03     Session II Code # 403301-07
Freeskate 5/6      Session I Code # 403301-04     Session II Code # 403301-08
Register

Adult 1-4              Session I Code # 402300-01     Session II Code # 402300-02
Register

Saturdays • 10-10:30am
Basic Skills 1/2    Session I Code # 403300-01    Session II Code # 403300-04
Basic Skills 3/4    Session I Code # 403300-02    Session II Code # 403300-05
Basic Skills 5/6    Session I Code # 403300-03    Session II Code # 403300-06
Register

Saturdays • 11-11:30am
Snowplow Sam 1-4    Session I Code # 403302-01    Session II Code # 403302-02
Register

Fee $60 resident/$70 non-resident, 7 week program

 

Program Descriptions

Snowplow Sam 1-4

The Snowplow Sam levels are introductory classes divided into four progressive levels allowing children with no prior skating experience to build confidence while learning the ABC’s of skating – Agility, Balance, Coordination and speed. Age 3-5.

 

Basic Skills 1-6

Basic Skills teaches the FUNdamentals of ice skating and provides the best foundation for figure skating, hockey, and speedskating. Six progressive levels introduce forward and backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers, and turns. Upon completion of the Basic Skills 1-6 levels, skaters will be able to confidently advance to more specialized areas of skating. Age 6-13.

 

Pre-Freeskate-Freeskate 6

Each free skate level is comprised of a variety of progressive skating skills, transitions, spins and jumps – all of which build on the previous skill, providing skaters a strong foundation of all elements. Skaters must pass Basic 6 prior to registering for Pre-Freeskate.

 

Adult 1-4, 6

The Adult curriculum is designed for both beginning and experienced adult skaters who wish to improve their skating skills. Participation in the program will help promote physical fitness and improve balance and coordination while teaching proper skating techniques. Age 14+.

 

Power & Conditioning

Challenges skaters by incorporating strength, flexibility, endurance and explosive power into their skating.

 

Off-Ice Training

Figure skating requires a balance of strength, agility, flexibility, fitness, and grace. This class will help skaters develop these areas with the goal of improving on-ice performance. Each week will have a different focus to keep the class fun and fresh. Class will take place in the Ice Haus’ new off-ice training center!

Youth Hockey
Interested in playing hockey? We have several opportunities to hone your skills.
Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.
 
 

Hockey Cub Program

The Cub program is designed to develop the necessary skills required to play hockey successfully: skating, stick handling, passing/receiving and shooting. Levels 1-5 represent a technical progression in which one level will provide the building blocks for the mastery of skills needed at the next level. Age 4+. Min-5, Max-25 (Cub 1), Max-15 (Cub 2), Max-10 (Cub 3-5).

7 week sessions

Session I Sept 13-Oct 25    Registration Deadline Sept 13
Session II Nov 1-Dec 20*    Registration Deadline Nov 1

*no class Nov 29

Sundays
Cub 1 • 3-3:30pm
Session I Code # 403304-01
Session II Code # 403304-06

Cub 2 • 4-4:45pm
Session I Code # 403304-02
Session II Code # 403304-07

Cub 3 • 4-4:45pm
Session I Code # 403304-03
Session II Code # 403304-08

Cub 4 • 4-4:45pm
Session I Code # 403304-04
Session II Code # 403304-09

Cub 5 • 5:15-6pm
Session I Code # 403304-05
Session II Code # 403304-10

Register

Fee
Cub 1 $60 resident, $70 non-resident,
Cub 2-5 $75 resident, $85 non-resident

 

Hockey Cub 5+

An extension of Cub 5, players enhance their skill set to go above and beyond the cub program. This class helps develop the players “hockey sense” and provides a better understanding of the game. Player must complete Cub 5. Min-3, Max-10.

Session I Sept 13-Oct 25    Registration Deadline Sept 13
Session II Nov 1-Dec 20*    Registration Deadline Nov 1

*no class Nov 29

Sundays • 5:15-6pm
Session I Code # 403305-01
Session II Code # 403305-02

Register

Fee $75 resident, $85 non-resident

 

Goalie Training

This class is intended for goalies of all levels. Goalies will work with a Goalie Coach in this 7-week program. Age 4+. Min-3, Max-10.

7 week sessions

Session I Sept 13-Oct 25    Registration Deadline Sept 13
Session II Nov 1-Dec 20*    Registration Deadline Nov 1

*no class Nov 29

Sundays • 5:15-6pm
Session I Code # 413312-01
Session II Code # 413312-02

Register

Fee $75 resident, $85 non-resident

 

Hardcore Hockey Circuit Training

Fitness and agility are key to improving your overall game. Players will train with the goal to be able to outlast and out-hustle their opponents. Class takes place in the Ice Haus’ new off-ice training center!

Session I Sept 9-Oct 21       Registration Deadline Sept 9
Session II Oct 28-Dec 16*    Registration Deadline Oct 28

*no class Nov 25

Wednesdays • 6:30-7:15pm
Session I Code # 413313-01
Session II Code # 413313-02

Register

Fee $60 resident, $70 non-resident

 

Snipes and Dangles

Take your scoring to the next level! The focus of this class is to improve stick handling and shooting skills to make the player a consistent scoring threat. Class takes place in the Ice Haus’ new synthetic ice shooting pad!

Session I Sept 13-Oct 25    Registration Deadline Sept 13
Session II Nov 1-Dec 20*    Registration Deadline Nov 1

*no class Nov 29

Sundays • 7-7:45pm
Session I Code # 413316-01
Session II Code # 413316-02

Register

Fee $60 resident, $70 non-resident

 

 

 

Interested in playing on a hockey team?

Greeley Ice Haus is proud to be the home of UNC Bears Hockey Team.
GO BEARS!
Soccer

Fall 2020

Please note the following:

  • Greeley Recreation youth sports jerseys are required; please order during registration (size needed). If you did not purchase a jersey in the spring, you will need to buy one this fall. Jersey’s can be picked up at the Family FunPlex for $10 if you register online.
  • Shin guards are required, rubber cleats recommended, but are not required.
  • It is recommended that each participant bring their own ball. U6 & U8 will use a size 3 ball; U10 will use a size 4 ball.
  • Financial assistance is available for those in need. Find out more about our Youth Assistance Fund.
Please read the Return to Play Protocols

 

New! CO-ED 3-v-3 Friday Night Soccer League

Are you looking for a fun, new soccer experience that allows for more touches and a faster paced game? Then this league is for you!
Check out our NEW 3-v-3 Friday Night Soccer League. No organized practices, games only. Games will be officiated by coaches/parent volunteers. 4 game guarantee

Youth Sports Jerseys are not required, however teams will be required to wear matching shirts.
Greeley Recreation Jerseys are available for $10 at the Family FunPlex for teams that choose to wear them.
Min-16 participants, Max-40 participants (Max 5 players per team)

Fridays, October 9-30 • 4:30pm
(all games scheduled at the same time)

U13 (Birth years 2008, 2009 & 2010)

Registration September 21-October 2

Fee $20 resident, $25 non-resident

Code # 406725-01

Register

Monfort Park, 2122 50th Ave

Contact

 

Volunteer Coaches Needed!
All head coaches will receive a free child registration as a Thank You for facilitating a team’s practices and games.
Coaches Meeting on Zoom: Wed, Sept 9 (U8 & U10) and Wed, Sept 16 (U6) at 6pm

 

Registration opens Wed, Aug 12, 2020

 

U6 CO-ED Soccer

U6 Soccer is an introduction league for athlete’s age 4-5 years old. Participants choose a Mon/Wed or Tue/Thurs practice and Games schedule (game times may vary from practice times).

Division Birth Year 2015/16
4 game guarantee*
Fee $56 resident/$66 non-resident
Max 12 players

Registration Deadline September 9

Practice starts September 21
Games begin September 28

Register

 

U8 & U10 Boys & Girls Soccer

U8 & U10 soccer will help develop fundamental skills, and provide opportunities to meet new friends and learn to work together as a team. Age 6-9.

Division Birth Year U8 (2013/14) & U10 (2011/12)
5 game guarantee*
Fee $69 resident/$79 non-resident
Max U8 (12 players) & U10 (12 players)

Registration Deadline September 2

Practice starts September 14
Games begin September 26

*depending upon further COVID-19 recommendations

Register using the following links:

U8 Boys
U8 Girls

U10 Boys
U10 Girls

Contact

 

Swim Lessons

Centennial Pool Swim Lessons

Monday-Thursday

Session I June 29-July 9, 2019
Registration Deadline June 27, 2019

Session II July 13-23, 2019
Registration Deadline July 8, 2019

Session III July 27-Aug 6, 2019
Registration Deadline July 22, 2019

Please click on code below to register

Level Time Code
Morning classes    
Preschool 9-9:30am #301711
Level 1 9-9:30am #301712
Level 4 9-9:30am #301715
Level 2 9:45-10:15am #301713
Level 3 9:45-10:15am #301714
Parent-Tot 9:45-10:15am #301723
Evening classes    
Preschool 6-6:30pm #301711
Level 4 6-6:30pm #301715
Level 3 6-6:30pm #301714
Level 5 6:45-7:15pm #301716
Level 2 6:45-7:15pm #301713
Level 1 6:45-7:15pm #301712

Please remember...

  • Participants should bring adequate water and hand sanitizer.
  • Anyone with COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms – a fever, cough, or shortness of breath – should not enter or use city facilities including outdoor pools.
  • It is highly encouraged for swimmers to be “swim ready” upon arrival at Centennial Pool, showering prior and already dressed in appropriate swim attire.

 

SWIM LESSON PROGRESSION

Parent-Tot
Water entry and exit, cue words, floating on front and back, arm movement and water safety education.

Preschool Getting face wet, blowing bubbles, bobbing, assisted floating on front and back, demonstrate arm and leg movement on front and back and safety skills.

Level 1 Submerge entire body under water, roll front to back and back to front, introduce flutter kick and crawl-stroke arm movements and safety skills.

Level 2 Bob five times going under water, open eyes and pick up submerged object, combined arm and leg movement on front and back, front and back glide and safety skills.

Level 3 Jump into deep water, head-first water entry, perform rotary breathing, tread water for one minute in deep water, front and back crawl for 25 yds., butterfly kick and body motion for 15 yds., elementary backstroke and safety skills.

Level 4 Feet-first surface dive, front and back crawl 25 yds., butterfly, elementary backstroke and breaststroke for 25 yds., swim on side using scissor kick and safety skills.

Level 5 Shallow dive, glide two body lengths and begin any stroke, back and survival float for 2 minutes, front and back crawl for 50 yds., butterfly, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, and breast stroke for 25 yds. and safety skills.

T-Ball

Practices are on Mondays or Tuesdays and Games are on Wednesdays or Thursdays at 4 or 5pm, depending on what league you register for (M/W or T/Th).

Watch for Summer 2021 information coming next spring

Season begins week of June 1, 2019
Games begin week of June 8, 2019

Coaches’ Priority Registration March 26-April 7, 2019
Online registration April 9
General Registration April 16-May 15, beginning at 8:30am at the Family FunPlex and Greeley Recreation Center.

Age 4-7 years as of June 1, 2020
Fee $60 resident, $70 non-resident

Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

Contact

Jerod Cronquist, Sports Supervisor
Office 970-350-9445
Cell 970-371-3902

Tennis

Quick Start Tennis

An introductory class for the young tennis player emphasizing hand-eye coordination and stroke production with an introduction to tennis etiquette and court anatomy. Classes are 30 min. in length. Age 4-6 years.

Watch for Summer 2021 information coming next spring

Session I May 28-June 7, 2019
Session II June 11-21, 2019
Session III June 25-28, 2019 (mini session)*
Session IV July 9-19, 2019
Session V July 23-Aug 2, 2019

Registration begins April 3, beginning at 8:30am at the Family FunPlex and Greeley Recreation Center or online.
Registration Deadline May 23, June 6, June 20, July 4, July 18

Fee $40 resident, $50 non-resident
*pro-rated $20 resident, $30 non-resident

 

Youth Tennis Lessons

Get into the swing of things with tennis for beginners through intermediate players. Must supply your own racquet. Classes 50 min in length. Age 6-15 years. Min-4, Max-8.

Session I May 28-June 7
Session II June 11-21
Session III June 25-28 (mini session)*
Session IV July 9-19
Session V July 23-Aug 2

Registration begins April 3, beginning at 8:30am at the Family FunPlex and Greeley Recreation Center or online.
Registration Deadline May 23, June 6, June 20, July 4, July 18

Fee $70 resident, $80 non-resident
*pro-rated fee $35 resident/$45 non-resident

 

Register online

Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

Volleyball

Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

Cancelled due to COVID-19

Little Spikers Volleyball

Learn the basic fundamentals of volleyball through a six week league. Practices will be held on Tuesday nights with games on Thursday nights. This is a parent volunteer program. Grades K-3. min-12, Max-60.

March 3-April 9, 2019
K-1st Grade    Tue/Thu • 4-4:45pm
Grades 2-3     Tue/Thu • 4:45-5:30pm

General Registration Jan 17-Feb 22, beginning at 8:30am at the Family FunPlex and Greeley Recreation Center or online.

Fee $56 resident/$66 non-resident

Register

Location Family FunPlex, 1501 65th Ave

 

Youth Volleyball

Fundamentals of the sport are taught in this league. Play depends on an adequate number of coaches to meet registered player’s needs. Grades 3-6. Practice begins August 19. Games begin August 31.

Mon/Wed or Tue/Thu • time varies • locations vary

Practice begins March 23, 2019
Games begin April 4. 2019

Coaches’ Priority Registration Jan 2-9, 2019
Online registration Jan 10. 2019
General Registration Jan 16-March 15, beginning at 8:30am at the Family FunPlex and Greeley Recreation Center.

Fee $64 resident/$74 non-resident
Financial assistance available for those in need. Find out more about our Youth Assistance Fund.

3rd & 4th Grade      Register

5th & 6th Grade      Register

7th & 8th Grade     Register

 

Contact

Nico Ruscitti, Sports Coordinator
Office 970-350-9779
Cell 970-371-3755

Activities

Events