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YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAMS
The City of Burbank is a member of the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) which advocates positive and safe sports and activities for children. Youth sports programs provide children positive instruction and build basic motor skills. The National Standards for Youth Sports are used as a guide for operating youth sports programs. NAYS offers programs and services for everyone involved in youth sports experiences, including administrators, volunteer coaches, officials, parents, and young athletes.

Team Registration
Youth sports league registration is accepted on a "team basis." Individual players' names will be added to a Free Agent List. Players' names are distributed to existing teams expressing an interest in adding new players or to new teams that are forming. For those players not contacted and placed on a team, their parents are required to attend a parent's meeting. The purpose of these meetings is to recruit new coaches. Staff will make every attempt to recruit coaches for these players, however there is no guarantee of placement on a team. Individual players interested in playing these sports should contact the Sports Office at 818.238.5330.

Youth Sports Leagues
The youth sports program provides various instructional camps, sports leagues, and special programs throughout the year. Recreational competition is provided for both boys and girls. Teams are coached by volunteers who share their time and talent with the participants.

Baseball - Hap Minor
This league is designed for children grades K-8. The City of Burbank offers non-competitive T-Ball divisions for grades K-2 and competitive baseball for grades 3-8. The season concludes with the annual Civitan Day Jamboree. Activities include a parade and skill events for players. Click here to view the Civitan Day Jamboree slide show. 

Basketball
The City of Burbank offers a winter youth basketball league or children grades 3-9. This league plays from November-March.
Instructional Basketball League                                                                                                      The City of Burbank offers an instructional basketball league for children grades K-2.  The league will run on Saturdays, January - March.  Session times available include 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  Cost is $80 and includes instruction, shirt/uniform, and program certificate.  Click here to register.

Flag Football
The Youth Flag Football League is offered for children grades 3-9. This league plays from August-October.
Instructional Flag Football League The City of Burbank offers an instructional Flag Football league for children grades K-2. The league will run on Saturdays, August - November.  Session times available include 8:30 - 10:00 a.m.  Cost is $80 and includes instruction, shirt/uniform, and program certificate. Click here to register.

Roller Hockey
Youth Roller Hockey is played at the outdoor hockey rink located at Ralph Foy Park, 3211 West Victory Boulevard, Burbank, CA 91505. The Roller Hockey program is sanctioned by USA Hockey In-Line and various leagues and events are held throughout the year. Additonally, there is FREE hockey for kids every Friday from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm and free equipment is porvided to any kid that needs it.  For more information, Click here, to visit the website or call 818.845.0960

Softball - Ponytail
This spring league is designed for children K-8. The City of Burbank offers non-competitive T-Ball divisions for grades K-2 and competitive baseball for grades 3-8. The season concludes with the annual Girls Ponytail Softball Jamboree. Activities include a parade and skill events for players. Click here to view the Ponytail Softball Jamboree slide show.

Softball - ASA Girls
This fall league is designed for children ages under 10 through high school. This is a competitive softball league sanctioned by the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) and is played from August-October.

Track & Field

The City of Burbank offers the Burbank Track & Field Club for children ages 8 to 14 years and the Little Feet Track Club for children ages 5 to 7 years.  The clubs cover proper running techniques, field events and offers track meet participation opportunities.  This club runs for 3 8-week sessions. Click here to register

Volleyball
The City of Burbank offers a fall youth volleyball league or children grades 3-9. This league plays from August-October.

Instructional Volleyball League The City of Burbank offers an instructional volleyball league for children grades K-2. The league will run on Saturdays, August - November. Session times available include 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.   Cost is $80 and includes instruction, uniform, and program certificate. Click here to register.

Volunteer Coaches are Needed
All teams are coached by volunteers in the community who are looking to make a difference in the lives of children. Adults interested in managing, coaching, or officiating in the youth sports program are encouraged to call the Sports Office at 818.238.5330. Volunteers do not need to have a child enrolled in the program. Training and certification is provided. Volunteers are fingerprinted and a background check is conducted by the Department of Justice. Click Here to download a Volunteer Application.
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Youth Sports Camps
The City of Burbank provides a variety of instructional youth sports camps for boys and girls. Winter camps include baseball and softball. Summer camps include baseball, basketball, flag football, softball, and volleyball. Click Here for more information or to go to the Youth Sports Camp webpage.
Register Online
Scorekeeping Training

Want to earn cash? Earn $8.00 to $10.00 per game scorekeeping baseball/softball or basketball. New scorekeepers must attend all four class sessions, pass a written exam, and score keep at least two practice games. Returning scorekeepers must attend one of the last two classroom sessions and pass the written exam. Scorekeepers are needed for weeknight, Saturday and Sunday games. Click Here for more information.

NYSCA Coaches' Code of Ethics
The National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA) is a membership organization and the most widely used volunteer coach training program in the nation, having trained more than 1.8 million coaches since its inception in 1981. More than 2,600 community-based agencies and organizations offer this opportunity.

Organized sports can provide a wonderful opportunity for youngsters to learn athletic skills, develop social skills, and grow as individuals.

NYSCA Youth Sports Journal

 

Youth Officials Program 
The Youth Officials Program is available to youth in 8th grade and above.  Youth Officials are used to officiate youth baseball, softball, and basketball.  This program is a great opportunity for youth to gain work experience, develop leadership skills and earn extra cash.  Click here for information regarding upcoming Youth Officials Training. 

Code of Ethics  
The City of Burbank adheres to the NYSCA volunteer coach training program designed to sensitize volunteer coaches to their responsibilities and hold them accountable to a strict Code of Conduct defined by the NYSCA. For more information about NYSCA, to download the NYSCA Code of Ethics Pledge by following the link(s) below:

Coaches' Code of Ethics
Parents'/Players' Code of Ethics

Download Youth Sports Forms, Schedules, and Standings 

Team Registration
Forms

free agent
 Sign-ups

Sport Camp
Registration FORMS

Baseball - Hap Minor

Baseball - Hap Minor

Winter Sports Camp

Basketball

Basketball

Summer Sports Camp

Flag Football

Flag Football

Online registration for Camps

Roller Hockey

Roller Hockey

Hold Harmless / Assumption of Risk

Softball - ASA

Softball - ASA

Medical Consent

Softball - Ponytail

Softball - Ponytail

 

Volleyball

Volleyball

 

League Schedules

League Standings

      Additional league Forms

Baseball - Hap Minor

Baseball - Hap Minor

Hold Harmless / Assumption of Risk

Basketball

Basketball

Medical Consent

Flag Football

Flag Football

NAYS Code of Ethics

Roller Hockey

Roller Hockey

Coaches' Code of Ethics

Softball - ASA

Softball - ASA

Parents' / Players' Code of Ethics

Softball - Ponytail

Softball - Ponytail

Volunteer Application

Volleyball

Volleyball

BAF Code of Conduct

 

Field Conditions Hotline
In the event of inclement weather please call
Field Conditions Hotline
818.238.1970

Monday – Friday after 3:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday 2 hours prior to game time

Sports and Aquatics Office

Office Hours:  Monday - Friday  9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.

818.238.5330  telephone

818.238.5336  fax
1111 West Olive Avenue

P.O. Box 6459

Burbank, California  91510-6459

email: YouthSports@burbankca.gov

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