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Y sports programs are designed for recreational-level players.
The Youth Sports Programs are designed to teach kids the fundamentals, leadership skills, how to be a team player, and to encourage healthy lifestyles.
The Adult Sports Programs are designed to give adults an opportunity to participate in organized team sports while having fun, meeting new people, and getting fit.
Youth Sports programs are supported generously by the Robert H. Janssen Youth Sports Fund.
BITTY SPORTS - Toddler Track & Field
October 4th - October 25th
EVERY Wednesday 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM SLO County YMCA 1020 Southwood Dr.
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Bitty Sports - SLO & South County ages 3-5 (boys & girls)
Your champ will have fun learning new skills or improve their current ability in this introductory program! Parents are asked to join in the fun as we explore the fundamentals of the game, learning the basic skills needed for each sport.
Sports skills may include: Basketball, T-Ball, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Football, & Hockey
Youth Sports - ages 5-17 (boys & girls)
- Youth Basketball League
- Saturday Soccer Camp
- Roller Hockey Clinic, Camp and Leagues
- Scooter Camps
Adult Sports - ages 18+ (men & women)
Paso Robles = North County of San Luis Obispo County
SLO = San Luis Obispo Areas
South County = Arroyo Grande, Grover Beach, Pismo Beach, Oceano & Nipomo
Interested in volunteering/coaching a youth sports team?
Call (805) 543-8235 and ask for the Sports Coordinator.
1. Respect and Encouragement
2. Positive Role Model
3. Clear, Consistent Communication
4. Knowledge of Sport
5. Someone Who Listens
(a good coach sees the potential in every child)
YMCA Sports League Philosophy:
• To allow participants to have fun.
• To allow all youth an opportunity to participate.
• To teach participants proper skills and fundamentals.
• To provide an environment in which the participant will learn sportsmanship, camaraderie and teamwork.
• Players must play an equal amount of time.
Parents, Coaches and Families – please be nice and encouraging to fellow players, parents, children and coaches at the practices and games throughout the season in the league. Children play sports because they think it's fun and they want to learn something new while meeting new friends.
To develop the total person, spirit, mind, and body, through values-based programs that build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities.
San Luis Obispo County YMCA
1020 Southwood Drive
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
P: (805) 543-8235
Tax ID 95-21477527