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Spring Sports

Registration for Spring Youth Sports opens February 1. Stay tuned for more information or contact your local recreation center for details. 

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A person playing with a ball. A person playing with a ball.

Learning the basics of sports is a great way for kids to:

  • Gain an understanding of rules, sportsmanship, agility, and coordination
  • Encourage and build friendships, teamwork, and routine
  • Stay active

These spring sports programs are intended to help players learn sports basics and, when ready, progress into competitive leagues.

Youth Spring Sports

Players will learn game basics and develop the skills and abilities to play 2-hand-touch (non-tackle) scrimmages throughout the season. 

Presented in partnership with Jr. Warriors.

Includes jersey and one (1) ticket to a Utah Warriors game.


Grades 1–2

Grades 3–4

Grades 5–6

Dribble, pass, and shoot your way to fun with recreation soccer leagues. 

Rookie League: Ages 3–5

Learn basic soccer skills in staff-led practices.

Scrimmages held during practice.

Recreation League: Grades 1–8

Refine basic soccer skills with volunteer coaches.

Games held at local recreation centers and parks.

Travel League: Grades 5–9

Prepare for league or high school soccer play with volunteer coaches.

Games and practices held over expanded area at recreation centers and parks.

T-Ball: Grades K-1 

Get in the swing of baseball basics in a staff-led how-to program. Develop hand-eye coordination by hitting balls from a tee.

Scrimmages held during practice times.

Presented in partnership with the Salt Lake Bees

Includes t-shirt and two (2) Salt Lake Bees tickets.

Coach Pitch: Grades 2–3 

Build on baseball basics with volunteer coach-led practices. Players transition from hitting balls from a tee to balls pitched by a coach.

Games are held at local recreation centers and parks.