With recent projections from Governor Newsom and the Los Angeles County representatives, the City of Burbank will not be offering summer sports leagues.
City of Burbank Taking Steps to Prevent the Spread of the Coronavirus - Facility Closure Announcement
YOUTH & ADULT SPORTS – Effective April 10, 2020 all sports programming and all City buildings will be CLOSED to the public until further notice. This includes all sports activities, league games, drop-in sports programs and practice reservations.
- Please note that based on the recommendations and orders of local, state, and federal officials, this closure may be subject to extension.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to give us a call at 818-238-5330 or visit www.burbankca.gov for more information. Please check our social media and website for updates.
Thank you for your support and cooperation.
Updates will be posted to the
Field Conditions Hotline (818) 238-1970
|Basketball||Basketball||Coaches Code of Ethics|
|Burbank Players League (BPL)||Burbank Players League (BPL)||Players Code of Ethics|
|Hap Minor/Ponytail||Hap Minor/Ponytail||General Rules for Youth Sports|
|Flag Football||Flag Football||Medical Consent Form|
|Volleyball||Volleyball||Assumption of Risk/Hold Harmless|
|Fall Ball Softball||Fall Ball Softball||BAF Code of Conduct|
Player Interest List
Individual players interested in playing will be placed on a "Player Interest 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. Click here to be added to the Player Interest List.
Volunteer Coaches are Needed
All youth teams are coached by volunteers looking to make the difference in the lives of children. The Parks & Recreation Department strives to find a team for each child interested in gaining a sports experience that is fun and enriching. Volunteers are needed at every level with varying skill sets. Training resources and certifications are available. Your time is a valuable asset to teach life skills to children such as team work, confidence, work ethic, and perseverance.
- LiveScan background check - offered through the City of Burbank office
- National Center for Safety Initiatives (NCSI) background check - link provided by Sports Office staff
- NYSCA Coaches Certification - www.nays.org
- Register with the Burbank Volunteer Program (BVP) https://www.burbankca.gov/departments/parks-and-recreation/community/burbank-volunteer-program
Youth Sports offered year-round
|League||Ages||Free Agent Sign-ups||Team Registration||Season Begins|
|Instructional Flag Football||Grades K-2||n/a||n/a||August|
|Instructional Volleyball||Grades K-2||n/a||n/a||August|
|Flag Football||Grades 3-8||July - August||July||August|
|Volleyball||Grades 3-8||July - August||July||August|
|Fall Ball Softball||Ages 9 - 18||July - August||July||August|
|Cross Country||Ages 5 - 13||August||n/a||September|
|Instructional Basketball||Grades K-2||n/a||n/a||January|
|Basketball||Grades 3-8||October - November||November||December|
|Track and Field Club||Ages 5 - 13||December - March||n/a||March|
|Hap Minor Baseball||Grades 3-8||February - March||February||March|
|Ponytail Softball||Grades 3-8||February - March||February||March|
Other sports activities in Burbank
Youth Scorekeeping Program
Looking to earn money and gain job experience? Youth Scorekeepers can earn $11+ per game while scorekeeping youth basketball, baseball, and softball. Scorekeepers are required to attend class training, pass a written exam, and complete on-court/on-field practice before joining the program. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on training dates.
Adults interested in officiating softball, baseball, or basketball can earn up to $40 per game. Officials are required to attend classroom training, pass a written exam, and pass a practical exam. For information, please call the Sports Office at 818.238.5330 or click here to learn more about upcoming training opportunities.
1111 West Olive Avenue
P.O. Box 6459
Burbank, CA 91510-6459
Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Phone: 818.238.5330 | Fax: 818.238.5336 | email: email@example.com