Fort Greene Sports
sharing space at the School for Career Development
501 Clermont Ave
round sports programs for children ages 5-14: Soccer, LaCrosse,
Baseball, Teeball, Flag Football, Basketball, Capoeira,
along with Summer Day Camp and After School Programs. Adult
classes, too! 501c3 - donations welocome.
SmallTown Brooklyn's Calendar for listings of local sports events and meets.
Brooklyn's Premier "A" Minor League
1904 Surf Avenue - Cony Island
Brooklyn, NY 11224
Tickets: By phone (718) 449-8497 during box office hours.
to know their schedule, order tickets, see film highlights? It's
all there on - an attractive site. Kids, join the knothole gang.
Brooklyn Cyclones StubHub
The Brooklyn Cyclones are pleased to offer the Brooklyn Cyclones
StubHub, a service designed to allow season ticket holders to
resell Brooklyn Cyclones tickets for games at Keyspan Park to
other fans interested in purchasing baseball tickets. The Cyclones
StubHub is a face value exchange. Once purchased and confirmed,
tickets will be reprinted and made available at the Will Call
window one hour before the game.
Hearts Youth Programs
Gym/Office: 135 Summit St
mail to: 108 Carroll St.
Brooklyn, NY 11231
Fax: (718) 222-3638
Youth Sports Leagues for girls and boys: Baseball/softball, basketball
and soccer. An ongoing effort to offer the children and parents
of our community a safe and positive environment while participating
in sports. As an entirely volunteer effort we offer kids ages
16 and under a quality opportunity to learn at all ages and compete
seriously when and if they desire the opportunity.
We turn no
one away - we are globally accepting without regard to race, color,
creed, or religious belief. At SHYP we use sports as a metaphor
to life. Good sportsmanship always, teamwork, dedication, and
the opportunity to be part of a very special family atmosphere.
St Francis Xavier Youth Sports
Baseball, Softball and Soccer
in Park Slope
78th Precinct Youth Council
Co-ed Baseball (ages 5-15); Girls' Softball (ages 8-15); Co-Ed & Girls'
Basketball (ages 5-17)
Youth Soccer Organization
AYSO is a nationwide non-profit organization that develops and
delivers quality youth soccer programs in a fun, family environment
based on AYSO's Five Philosophies: Everyone Plays, Balanced Teams,
Open Registration, Positive Coaching & Good Sportsmanship.
AYSO Regional Chapter 473
The Greenpoint Williamsburg Youth Soccer League
The Brooklyn Admirals Lacrosse program is open to boys and
girls in grades 4-8. The Admirals program aims to introduce
America's first sport to Brooklyn youth. The focus is on
teamwork, sportsmanship, responsibility, and FUN! No equipment
or experience is necessary. Please contact Kevin Graham at
347-277-6389 to sign up now for the Spring season.
Compare ancient and modern Olympic sports, tour the site of
Olympia as it looks today, learn about the context of the Games
and the Olympic spirit, or read about the Olympic athletes who
were famous in ancient times.
The Brooklyn Patriots Soccer Club
Established in 1994 to provide an opportunity for young players
to play soccer at all levels within our diverse community, BPSC
is a community-based soccer organization open to all young people
of every level and background. The Club combines a strong intramural
program with highly competitive travel teams. The Club has always
had as its mission to encourage teamwork, to promote good sportsmanship,
and to develop self-esteem through playing soccer.
renovated athletic fields at the Parade Ground serve as the Home
Field of the Brooklyn Patriots. The state-of-the-art soccer fields
are used by the Club year long for all intramural and travel teams
training activities as well as home game events. Travel teams
compete in the Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League in New York City
and participate in various tournaments in the New York area throughout
the year. BPSC is a sponsor of the Prospect Park Alliance
Prospect Park Track Club
A non-elite running club, runners of ALL abilities are welcome.
Weekend morning group runs either along the Bay Ridge promenade
to Coney Island or from Prospect Park over the Brooklyn Bridge
to Washington Square, the Empire State Building and beyond...
Weeknight group hill / speed workouts.
For more information :
Phone: 718 595 2049
For a listing of Prospect Park running events:
42 West 38th Street,
Established in 1983 to encourage disabled people to participate
in long-distance running with the general public. We are an international,
nonprofit organization that provides support, training, and technical
expertise to runners at all levels.
Park Tennis Ladder
Free tennis ladder for players of all abilities at Brooklyn's
Prospect Park tennis courts. Players enter their match scores
and new rankings are instantly calculated.
United States Tennis Association
The USTA owns and stages the US Open and selects the teams that
compete in Davis Cup, Fed Cup, and the Olympic Games. The USTA
is the national governing body for the sport of tennis in America
and is a non-profit organization with more than 600,000 members.
It invests all its resources to promote and develop the growth
of tennis, from the grass roots to the professional level.
While it's impossible to document and categorize every game any
kid ever played in the street, we've tried to hit the major ones
here. We hope you enjoy it!
Ace, King, Queen, Bocce, Box Baseball, Boxball (4-way), Boxball,
Clap and Rhyme, Cricket, Fivebox, Halfball, Handball, Hit the
Hopscotch, Jacks, Jumping rope, Marbles, Off the wall, Ringoleavio,
Running around, Skully (Bottlecaps), Stickball, Stoopball and
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