The City of Fairfield’s Youth Sports
program is centered around, but not restricted to, seasonal team and individual sports. Our philosophy of "Youth First, Winning Second" is reflected in the extensive and continual training of Recreation Staff in preparation for each season. Our positive Youth Sports opportunities are designed to enhance and build positive recreational experiences and healthy lifelong habits.
We follow a "no cut" policy focusing our efforts on teaching responsibility, sportsmanship, game rules, fundamental skills, and strategy. Care is given to teach participants how to concentrate on the things they can control and to develop a healthy attitude toward hard work (practice), team concepts, and positive, healthy competition. Our objective is to implement positive values and principles from which participants develop confidence, emotional self-control, and respect for themselves, as individuals, and others. Our youth sports programs offer opportunities for team building and making friends of the same age. Our volunteer coaches are trained and knowledgeable and go through a background check. For more information on any of our Youth Sport programs please contact Dee Webster
Discovery Archery! Archery is fun and easy to learn. Everyone loves this exciting sport that promotes mental concentration, self-improvement and self-esteem. Classes are taught on Tuesday's from 3:45-4:45 p.m. on a monthly basis by NAA certified instructor Tem Mills. Come join the fun! Register early as classes tend to fill fast.
We offer recreational league basketball three times a year. Our leagues are coed and children will have fun while learning and improving their basketball skills. All levels of players are welcome and volunteer coaches are always needed. Typically games are played on Saturdays with ages 4-7 in the a.m., ages 8-9 in the mid a.m. and ages 10 and up in the late a.m. to early p.m. Practices are arranged by space availability. The Winter Hoops program began January 25 , 2014 and is no longer taking registrations. Registration for Summer Hoops will open April 15, 2014. Check back then for dates, times and fees.
Create a love for Basketball, Football or T-Ball through FUNdamentals! Your child can learn basic sports skills in a fun, safe, and non-competitive environment.
The City of Fairfield has a variety of Soccer programs available for children ages 3+. Indoor Soccer League
Just4Kicks conducts instructional soccer programs that develop skills as well as emotional development required for the game of soccer. Emphasis is on development and having fun! Children will learn in a fun and pressure free environment through scrimmages and small sided games. Programs offered at Woodcreek and Cordelia Community Parks.
Coach Fernando's Indoor Soccer Clinics are held on Friday evenings for girls ages 4-6, boys ages 4-6 or coed ages 7-12. Children will learn the fundamentals of soccer while developing new skills and meeting friends.
starts up again Saturday, April 12 for youth ages 4-14. Participants will learn the fundamentals of soccer, develop new skills, and meet new friends in this fun environment. Registration deadline is April 3, 2014. 5v5 League
brings the best of Just4Kicks development in a league format. 5v5 is played on a reduced size field with 4 field players and 1 goalie. Each child has more opportunities to use and improve their soccer skills as players have the role of offense and defense. Program is held at Cordelia Community Park for ages 7-12.
The Junior Tennis program for ages 7-12 introduces tennis related techniques, movement and the concept of rallying. The program uses tennis related games designed to help the student learn how to keep score and employ the strategies involved in playing the game. Classes are taught by USNTA and PTR certified level PO-1 instructor Calvin McCullough (Coach Mac). Lessons are held on Fridays at the Allan Witt Park tennis courts. Come join the fun!