Youth Sports


It's Everyone's Game

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 are 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.

Youth Sports vary by location and season, please select your local Y for current offerings. 


Current Offerings

* Rates increase the longer you wait to register. 

Early Bird

Oct .1 - 31 

Online and in-branch


Nov. 1 - 30 

Online and in-branch


Dec.1 - 16 

Online and in-branch

Last Call

Dec. 21 - Jan. 3

In- Branch Only


For those who choose not to register online, see below for a printable pdf of each Ys Youth Sports Registration form.

Registration Forms:





  • Walzem Family YMCA  (Currently not offering sports)


Visit Playerspace for all your team information!  Click on the link to your Y below for game schedules, practice schedules, snack schedules and coach contact information.

To search for your teams game schedule, coach or a player, search here:


Coaches Letter-of-Intent

Thank you for your interest in serving your community through the YMCA. Volunteers are essential to our successful fulfillment of the YMCA’s mission to put Judeo-Christian principals into practice through programs that develop healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. More than 2,500 volunteers are involved in various leadership and program roles with the YMCA of Greater San Antonio. We are always looking for parents, relatives, or just anyone who has a passion for helping kids have fun and learn to play sports.

Please click HERE to view current volunteer opportunities.  
(Enter "Coach" in the Keyword Search)



  • Everyone plays. Everyone receives equal practice time and plays at least half of every game.

  • Safety first. Children may get hurt playing sports, but we do all we can to prevent injuries. We’ve modified each sport to make it safer and more enjoyable to play.

  • Fair play. Fair play is about more than playing by the rules. We’re more interested in developing children’s character through sport than in developing a few highly skilled players.

  • Positive competition. Learning to compete is important for children, and learning to cooperate in a competitive world is an essential lesson of life. These are the lessons we want to teach through Y Youth Sports.

  • Family involvement. In addition to serving as volunteer coaches, officials and timekeepers, we encourage parents to be at practices and games to support their child’s participation.

  • Sport for all. Y Youth Sports is an inclusive sports program. We offer programs to all children regardless of race, gender, religion or ability. We support and appreciate the diversity of children and encourage children and their parents to do the same.

  • Sport for fun. Children love the challenge of mastering the skills of the game, playing with their friends and competing with their peers. While we enjoy adults’ participation, remember that sports are for the kids—we want them to have fun.