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We have reopened Youth and Adult Recreation Sports in accordance to Los Angeles County Safety Guidelines. Please see our press release for more information.


YOUTH & ADULTS SPORTS PROGRAMS

Leagues, camps, clinics, and more in a recreational-based setting.

Leagues and drop-in activities for the competitive athlete to the rookie recreational player.  
ADDITIONAL SPORTS PROGRAMS

Dive into the pool for Lap Swim, Recreation Swim, Learn-to-Swim lessons and more.

Play for fun, or learn new sports.  All skill levels welcome. 

Spend your day with Disc Golf, a Par-3 course, or a full 18-hole course.

Come out and play one of the fastest growing sports!  Offered at two locations. 

Visit the LA Kings Burbank Sports Center for Roller Hockey, Ball Hockey, and more!

Pratice your best tricks and learn new skills at Valley Skate Park.

Applications will be accepted at the City of Burbank Parks and Recreation Department (PR) Administration office starting Monday, October 18, 2021 through Friday, November 19, 2021, 5:00 p.m. Download Application

Since 1947, The Burbank Athletic Federation (BAF) has assisted the Parks and Recreation Department with fostering, promoting, and developing amateur athletics in the City of Burbank.

The goals of the BAF include building good sportsmanship and character, citizen training, and physical maintenance for all participants as well as encourage friendly rivalry, group spirit, and team play. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month. For more information call the Sports and Aquatics Office at (818) 238-5330.

Burbank Athletic Federation Code of Conduct

To insure good sportsmanship and to protect the rights of others, the BAF has established a Code of Conduct for players, coaches, managers, officials, and spectators. All participants/officials of municipally sponsored programs are members of the Burbank Athletic Federation and are responsible for adhering to the rules of the organization. The jurisdiction of the Burbank Athletic Federation covers the conduct of all participants including players, managers, coaches and officials. Teams will be held responsible for the conduct of their spectators.

Officials and/or staff have the authority to forfeit any contest of its continuance that would not be in the best interest of the Burbank sports program and have the authority to suspend participants for failure to comply with the Code of Conduct

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
CONTACT INFORMAITON
Sports Office
Olive Recreation Center
1111 W. Olive Avenue 
Burbank, CA 91506
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Office Hours 
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

The office is currently closed for in-person business. Please contact us by phone or email.