YMCA DEVELOPMENTAL LEAGUE
YMCA Sports Leagues are developmental with an emphasis on good sportsmanship and an understanding of the game. The philosophy of YMCA youth sports programs is to use sports as a tool to develop each participant physically, mentally and spiritually. Children will have the opportunity to learn the basic volleyball fundamentals such as underhand serving, setting, hitting, and digging in a non-competitive environment.
Our new sports jerseys are multi-purpose and can be worn for any sport/fitness team or group that the Y has to offer (besides the Thunder Basketball League). You can purchase your jersey for $25 at the Member Information Center.
Household Members: $10
Youth Members: $85 (must register in person)
A $20 fee will be applied to all late registrations
Late Registration: February 29 - March 8
Week of March 25
Frequently Asked Questions
I SIGNED MY CHILD UP, NOW WHAT?
You will receive an email/text with the following information before the first practice:
Practice night, time and location
I DID NOT RECEIVE AN EMAIL WITH INFORMATION, NOW WHAT?
If you have not received any information by the week of first practices, please email or call Shane Richardson, Director of Athletics, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (405)364-9622 ext. 137 with your child's name and age. Do not call the YMCA main line as they will not have the information.
WHEN DO PRACTICES START?
Practices start the week of March 25th and are one day per week for 45-60 minutes long. You can get your practice information from your team coach.
WHEN WILL WE PLAY GAMES?
Game schedules will be released at the start of the season.
WHERE DO I GET MY JERSEY?
Jerseys can be purchased for $25 at the Member Information Center during normal Y operating hours. You do not need to wear the jersey to practices but it will be required for games so please have yours purchased before April 6th.
Because we focus on development, we rely on parents to volunteer to Coach. Each team needs a volunteer parent or guardian to step up and coach the players. If you enjoy being a leader and teaching children the fundamentals of good sportsmanship, then you would make a perfect Volunteer Coach!
If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer Coach for a youth sports team, you will need to fill out our volunteer paperwork and background check form. You can download a fillable PDF version of the paperwork below. When you are finished, email it to our Director of Athletics, Shane Richardson at email@example.com.
It is the policy of the YMCA that no person be denied membership or program participation due to the inability to pay. Funds for financial assistance are provided through the YMCA’s Annual Support Campaign and the Scholarship Program.
Shane Richardson | Director of Athletics
(405) 364-9622 ext. 137