Youth Sports
 

The City of Greeley Youth Sports believes strongly in the benefits associated to sport participation and works hard to remove barriers so that all sports are accessible. When you sign up for a City of Greeley Youth Sports programs your family can be confident that we care and work tirelessly to do our best and provide quality programs.

Interested in coaching spring soccer or flag football?

Contact Aaron.Shaffer@greeleygov.com

 

The ABC’s of the City of Greeley’s Youth Sport Philosophy:

  • Attempt: We believe that in youth recreational sports the attempt is much more significant than the performance results.
  • Belonging: We believe one of the most important aspects in fostering a child’s continued participation in youth recreational sports is the sense of belonging. To nurture this aspect we are intentional about roster size capacitates, full team registrations and have a full time coordinator devoted to adaptive and inclusive recreation.
  • Competition: We believe that fair and healthy competition is essential to developing and practicing the benefits associated with youth sport participation. Healthy competition provides a platform for participants to elevate themselves to meet a challenge, encourages self-motivation and recognizes the journey just as much as the outcome.
  • Development: We believe in the development of the whole person along with the fundamentals inherit to the sport. We believe that talent development only comes from promoting continued participation through positivity, encouragement, and engagement.
  • Enjoyment: We believe above all else, youth sports should be fun! Participants should engage in leagues and programs for enjoyment and play rather than serious competition, after all that is the true definition of play.

Please read our Youth Sports Philosophy and Code of Ethics before registering for our leagues to make sure it aligns with your values and desires for your young participant. We expect all participants, guardians, spectators and coaches to uphold and our Youth Sport Philosophy.

Open Registrations

Important Downloads

• Concussion Memo and Requirements
• Concussion Training
Youth Sports Policies and Procedures
Youth Sports Philosophy and Code of Ethics

Information for Coaches

Youth Assistance Fund Scholarships

Who’s eligible for Priority Registration?

  • Volunteer Coaches
  • Volunteer Coach with Full Teams
  • Households with three or more athletes to register in the League

Read more about Priority Registration for both coaches and families

Upcoming Programs and Registration Dates

Spring Season

  Age Range Priority Registration Registration Dates Event Start Date
Youth Flag Football 6-12 years old January 24-30 January 31 – February 21   March 21
Youth Soccer 4-10 years old January 24-30  January 31 – February 21   March 21
Skateboarding League 5-16 years old    January 31 – February 21   March 21
Skateboarding Lessons 5-16 years old    January 31 – February 21   March 21
Tennis Clinics 5-12 years old    January 31 – February 21   March 21

 

Summer Season

  Age Range Priority Registration Registration Dates Event Start Date
Youth T-Ball 4-7 years old March 28 – April 3 April 4-22 Week of May 23
Tennis Clinics 4-12 years  old   April 4-22 Week of May 23
Skateboard League 5-16 years old   April 4-22 Week of May 23
Skateboarding Lessons 5-16 years old   April 4-22 Week of May 23
Youth Soccer Camp I 3-12 years old   April 4-22 June 13-16
Youth Soccer Camp II 3-12 years old   April 4-22 July 25-28