Youth Sports Leagues

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Updated 4/20/21


The City of Glendale has lifted capacity limits at the Foothills Recreation & Aquatics Center as well as outdoor events and sports fields.  Social distancing requirements and face coverings are currently optional.


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Please be advised:

Registration for the Youth T-ball/Baseball/Softball league has closed. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing you for Flag Football in the fall! Or catch our next season of Youth T-ball/Baseball/Softball in the spring!



NOTICE:
There is a heat advisory in effect for Glendale beginning Sunday, June 13th, and ending Friday, June 18th. Afternoon temps are expected to be 108° F to 118° F. The City of Glendale, like many other surrounding cities, will not continue with outdoor activities/programs when the temperature is 105° F or higher. We are currently using the Heat Index Chart (azdhs.gov) as the standard. All games and practices will be canceled this week for the safety of the children and adults involved.

For upcoming weeks, please call the Sports Information and Weather Hotline at 1-623-930-6314 for updates. We will determine the official temperature, and make a decision on games/practices on a daily basis. Decisions on game times will be made at least 1 hour prior to your scheduled game time, when possible.

Safety is our top priority. Please make sure your child is prepared with water bottles. In an effort to help out, we have stocked water at the staff building at Sahuaro Ranch Complex. Please feel free to ask staff for water if it is needed. We want to make sure these kids are hydrated and safe.



Become a Coach

Be a Volunteer Coach in our award-winning youth sports program! Indicate your desire to coach when signing up your child. (Note: This does not guarantee a coaching position). Those who do not have children in the league are also welcome to apply! Click here to download an application.

Qualifications:
1. Be at least 18 years old.
2. Complete a coach’s application and submit it to the Parks & Recreation office, 5600 W. Union Hills Dr., Glendale, AZ 85308., by the current season registration deadline.
3. Be fingerprinted and have an FBI background check.
4. Attend a mandatory coaches meeting.
5. Complete the online NAYS coaching training. 
6. Adhere to the City of Glendale’s coach’s Code of Conduct and department philosophy, “The outcome of the child is more important than the outcome of the game.”

Questions? For more information, contact Recreation Coordinator, Laura Sauls at lsauls@glendaleaz.com or by phone at 623-930-4612