YMCA of the Triangle

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FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
FOR HEALTHY LIVING
FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Sports

The YMCA offers sports all year at branches and locations around the Triangle for kids ages 3 - 15. They come to play basketball, soccer, flag football, volleyball, baseball, tee-ball, softball, futsal and tennis.

YMCA youth sports provide opportunities for camaraderie, building skills and character development. We aim to keep kids moving and focus on their health and well-being. 

We offer competitive and recreational programs.

PROGRAM OFFERINGS

Preschool Sports

YMCA Rookie Sports is designed for kids, ages 3 - 5 (potty-trained), who are new to sports and teaches basic skill development in soccer, basketball, and tee-ball.

Players are introduced to sports through drills, gym games and team play. We aim to build confidence and enhance motor skills.

Rookie Sports is held throughout the year. Each season is between 6 - 8 weeks long and ends with a family day and an awards celebration.

Youth Baseball, Softball and Tee-ball

The YMCA offers baseball, softball and tee-ball. Depending on age and location, teams may be coach pitch, machine pitch or off the tee, and practices and game schedules may vary.

YMCA youth sports provide opportunities for camaraderie, building skills and character development. We aim to keep kids moving and focus on their health and well-being. 

Youth Basketball

The YMCA offers basketball for ages 4 - 14. Teams play at YMCAs and area schools. 

YMCA youth sports provide opportunities for camaraderie, building skills and character development. We aim to keep kids moving and focus on their health and well-being. 

We also offer a competitive, challenge basketball program.

Youth Flag Football

The YMCA offers flag football for all kids ages 6 - 15. Depending on age and location, practices and game schedules may vary.

YMCA youth flag football is a non-contact sport and uses flag belts.

YMCA youth sports provide opportunities for camaraderie, building skills and character development. We aim to keep kids moving and focus on their health and well-being.

Youth Futsal

During the summer and winter, the YMCA offers a recreational futsal program designed to give players extra experience during a time when soccer is usually out of season.

Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small-sided soccer game that is widely played across the world.

Youth Running

The Taylor Family YMCA is offering the Summer Road Runners program. It is an introductory fitness program focused on developing healthy habits for teenagers. We welcome boys and girls ages 11 - 17 of all experience levels who are interested in gaining more knowledge about running and overall fitness.

Youth Soccer

The YMCA offers soccer for all kids ages 4 - 15. Teams play at YMCAs and area schools. Depending on age and location, practices and game schedules may vary.

YMCA youth sports provide opportunities for camaraderie, building skills and character development. We aim to keep kids moving and focus on their health and well-being.

Youth Tennis Lessons

Tennis lessons are a great way to learn the game of tennis or to perfect your tennis game.

Whether your child is brand new to tennis or an advanced player, he or she can learn skills and techniques from one of our tennis professionals.

We offer private, semi-private and group lessons for players of all ages and skill levels.

Youth Triathlons

Each year the YMCA of the Triangle introduces more than 100 kids ages 7 - 14 to triathlons. 

The YMCA also offers a five-week training program to help participants get prepared for the race. 

Event Date

The annual youth triathlon will be held Sunday, Aug. 25 from 8 - 11 a.m. at the A.E. Finley YMCA. 

Youth Volleyball

The YMCA offers volleyball for ages 7 - 14. Depending on age and location, teams may be led by volunteer coaches or YMCA staff, and practices and game schedules may vary.

YMCA youth sports provide opportunities for camaraderie, building skills and character development. We aim to keep kids moving and focus on their health and well-being.