2021/2022 Youth Basketball League
Did you hear the exciting news? The City of Fremont’s Youth Basketball League is back for 2021! Open to both girls and boys, this basketball league will teach fundamentals, teamwork, and positivity while having fun! Games are set to begin on the first Saturday in December, with games being 1 hour in duration each week. Coached by experienced basketball staff, participants are set up for basketball success while learning more about the game. There will be 9 weeks of game days for participants. Space is limited, so we are encouraging participants to enroll early.
For more information contact Jeff Giacoletto at (510) 494-4334 or email email@example.com
|1st/2nd Coed||Come join City staff as they teach fundamentals, teamwork, and good sportsmanship! The first two weeks of “gamedays” will be hour-long introductory practices, and the remaining seven weeks will be games. All games will be held on Saturday’s at the Irvington Community Center. All requests for children to be placed on the same team must be in writing at the time of registration. Leagues are intended to be fun and informational. We reserve the right to combine leagues for the overall benefit of the program. Players will be placed on teams by staff. There are no practices during the week for this age group, as there will be instructional shortened practices for 15 minutes prior to each game. Program is subject to change depending on state and county health and safety guidelines and orders|
|The Youth Basketball League is back and better than ever! Games will take place from December through the end of February 2022 on Saturdays at the Irvington Community Center. Each team will be assigned one 1-hour practice every week that may rotate between Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday with times varying between 4 PM and 9 PM. Except for family members, no requests to be placed on the same team will be accepted. No practice schedule requests will be accepted. Program is subject to change depending on state and county health and safety guidelines and orders.|