Youth Sports

Youth Sports allow young people to develop skills and build healthy lifestyles through teamwork, fun and fair play. Our coaches are caring volunteers that help guide our children through learning the essentials of physical fitness, healthy development, and participation. There are no tryouts in our non-competitive sports programs. Both team and individual sports are available. 


Helpful Information

  1. You can reach our youth sports department for all YMCA's in Greater San Antonio by emailing us at [email protected] or calling our office at 210-497-7955

  2. The YMCA Sports team communicates with families and coaches each season through our PlayerpSpace sports management platform. If you're new to the YMCA or a returning family be sure to follow this link to sign in or create your account in the upper right-hand corner.

  3. Practices are guaranteed to occur at or near your home location, but games are played at YMCAs throughout the Greater San Antonio association based on registration numbers. YMCA leagues and divisions may be combined with those from other Ys to ensure participation for all.

  4. Interested in coaching your child or a team? Reach out to us at [email protected] and we will get you everything you need to make an impact on kids in our community through sport. Every season there are more kids looking to play sports than parent volunteers signed up to coach. We can always use your help! 

  5.   Player & Parent Pledge


Current Offerings
 

Summer Sports Registration: 

Summer Sports Clinics

Session 1: Registration May 2 - June 13
Session 2: Registration May 31 - July 18

Kids will participate in 4-week clinics tailored to specific age groups and sports.

Our younger groups (ages 3-6) are more focused on skill-building and fun. This is a great way to get your kids introduced to a sport or continue their skill-building in order to improve their team experience for the next season.

Our older group clinics (ages 7 -14) will participate in advanced drills and mini-games designed to improve their skills and improve their abilities in competition.


General Info:

Session 1 

  • Clinics start the week of June 13
  • Ends the week of July 4
  • Meets 1x week for 4 weeks
  • Co-ed

Session 2 

  • Clinics start the week of July 18
  • Ends the week of Aug. 8
  • Meets 1x week for 4 weeks
  • Co-ed

Soccer Clinics 
Teaches the fundamentals and basic skills of soccer.

Ages 3-4 (Tuesdays at 6 - 6:45pm)
Ages 5-6 (Tuesdays at 7 - 8pm)
 

   Register

Soccer Agility Clinics 
Teaches agility with a focus on soccer-specific skills

Ages 7-10 (Tuesdays at 6:30 - 7:30pm)
Ages 11-14 (Wednesdays at 6:30 - 7:30pm)
 

   Register

Baseball Clinics 
Teaches the fundamentals and basic skills of baseball.

Ages 3-4 (Thursdays at 6 - 6:45pm)
Ages 5-6 (Thursdays at 7 - 8pm)
 

   Register

Football Clinics 
Teaches the fundamentals and basic skills of football.

Ages 5-6 (Wednesdays at 6 - 6:45pm)
Ages 7-8 (Wednesdays at 7 - 8pm)
 

   Register

Outdoor Volleyball Clinics 
Teaches the fundamentals and basic skills of volleyball.

Ages 9-10 (Wednesdays at 6 - 6:45pm)
Ages 11-12 (Wednesdays at 7 - 8pm)
 

   Register


Outdoor Sports Leagues Registration May 2 - June 17

Important Dates

First Practice: Week of June 13
First Game: June 25
Last Game: August 6

 

  • There will be 6 games total.
  • No games July 2

Baseball 

Ages: 7-12yrs


  Register

 

 

 


INDOOR SPORTS LEAGUES  Registration May 2 - June 17

Important Dates:
First Practice/Game: June 25
Last Game: August 6
 

  • There will be 6 games total played at the Mays Potranco and Thousand Oaks Y locations.
  • Certain age divisions may be combined and have a high chance of playing other YMCAs for games due to low participation, travel is likely.
  • Travel will be required between Potranco and Thousand Oaks locations (Ages 7-10)
  • No games July 2
  • All practices/games are held on Saturdays.

Basketball (Saturdays only)

Ages: 7 - 12yrs


  Register

 


REGISTER AT THE Y

If you prefer NOT to register online, please print out our  Summer Clinics 1 & Clinics 2 | Summer Outdoor Leagues | Summer Indoor Leagues Registration Form(s). Bring your completed form to the Welcome Center at the Thousand Oaks Family YMCA and we will get you all set up!

Helpful Information

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   To view your child's practice and game schedules, click HERE.

 

 

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 Resources

Youth Sports Rules

Weather Policy

Coaches' Corner

Parents' Place

 

Vision

It's Everyone's Game

Youth Sports at Mays of Stone Oak


When youth play sports with the Y they gain more than just exercise. They learn what it takes to be a leader in sports and in life. Understanding the fundamentals of the game and safe play is just the beginning. Our coaches help guide youth through learning the essentials of physical fitness, healthy development, and participation. We focus on improving their confidence and maintaining their determination. It doesn't matter who you are, or where you came from, at the Y, it's everyone’s game.





Mission

YMCA Mission Statement To put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.


Impact

YMCA Sports Impact in the Community

• Over 17,000 volunteer hours are recorded from over 750 coaches in one year at the Mays Family YMCA at Stone Oak
• $35,000 + raised through 80 + Team Sponsorships which directly helps those in need of YMCA programming.
• YMCA is a 501c3 Not-For-Profit, Charitable Organization.


Facilities

Mays YMCA Facilities

  • 10 soccer fields for soccer/football/lacrosse

  • 4 baseball diamonds for baseball and softball

  • Access to NEISD schools for volleyball and basketball leagues

  • Concession stands and restroom facilities at baseball and soccer with baby changing stations in both male and female restrooms

Mays Stone Oak Sports Field

YMCA Volunteer Coaches

Volunteer Coaches



The Mays Family YMCA at Stone Oak sports program is run by volunteer coaches.  Volunteer Coaches are our connection to the Stone Oak community and can provide a meaningful, positive
experience for your child.

Impact of Youth Sports

  • Over 17,000 volunteer hours are recorded from over 750 coaches in one year at the Mays Family YMCA at Stone Oak

  • $35,000 + raised through 80 + Team Sponsorships which directly helps those in need of YMCA programming.

     

 

If you are interested in volunteering as a coach, click HERE and then click the " Apply to Volunteer" button.

Value of YMCA Youth Sports

50% Playing Time

YMCA guarantees a child will play a minimum of 50% of the time in every sport. This Best Practice allows the child the time to grow and develop their confidence and skills.

Requests

Participants can request to play with a certain coach, or a friend or player. During General and Late Registration, requests are not guaranteed.

Member Discount

Members receive a discount on Youth Sports and other Y Programs.

 

Uniforms

The YMCA provides a uniform for your child.
 

  • Soccer - Jersey and Socks

  • Baseball - Jersey and YMCA hat or visor

  • Lacrosse - Jersey

  • Volleyball - Jersey

  • Basketball - Jersey (Reversible)

  • Flag Football/Touch Football (Jersey)
     

Sponsor a Team and get Upgraded Jerseys for all.


Sports Philosophies