5/6 Year Old - Girls Tee Ball
T-Ball Softball is for girls who want to learn the fundamentals of hitting and fielding in a supportive team environment.
7/9 Year - Rookie Machine Pitch
The primary goal of machine pitch softball is to instruct children in the fundamentals of softball and to allow them to experience the value of teamwork. The league is an excellent way to continue teaching the fundamentals of the game and building player confidence.
Baseball League Divisions:
T-ball - Ages 3-4
Fun-De-Mentals of the game are the key to this age group. Knowing the ball is round and rolls and that there is a big difference between grasshoppers and crickets. Swinging the bat and hitting the ball, along with catching and throwing, is the fun part.
T-ball - Ages 4-5
By playing, children are winning. In this age group, baseball skills are developed and improved. Players learn more about the game with little emphasis on competition. Hitting, fielding, throwing, running the bases and catching are the key skills for this age.
Modified Coach Pitch Age 6
Modified Coach Pitch allows participants the opportunity to continue to learn the fundamentals of the game as they transition into Coach Pitch play. This program allows kids who do not hit one of three pitches, to then hit off the tee.
Minor Coach Pitch - Ages 7-9.
Baseball without the pressure. This league helps develop eye - hand coordination through the game of baseball. The coach/designated parent will pitch to each batter on their team.
Kid Pitch - Ages 9-11
This is an instructional program with the focus on baseball development in a fun, non-competitive environment. Players should receive positive reinforcement and be encouraged to do their best.
Youth Soccer League Divisions: Ages 3-4, Ages 5-6, Ages 7-8, Ages 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14. Games will be played in North and South Arlington.
Youth Lacrosse League for ages 7-11.
The league is designed to teach players the fundamentals of the game in a fun, non competitive environment.
Participants ages 3-6 will bike, run and get wet on their way down an inflatable slide as they head towards the finish line. Participants will bike 600 feet, run 600 feet and then get wet as they slide towards the finish line. Parent assistance is allowed.
This unique event is recreational and not competitive and encourages young kids to get out and get active! Bring a bicycle or tricycle with a helmet and wear tennis shoes and comfortable athletic clothing. Medals will be awarded to all participants who finish the triathlon.
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To enhance the sports experience by advancing the values of participation, teamwork and physical wellbeing!
Program Registration Information:
For more program information, visit us at - Youth Sports Website
Interested in Volunteering? City of Arlington volunteers are required to submit an online application. Once the application has been submitted, it takes about one week for approval.