Update Tuesday, August 4 - Fall Youth Football and Soccer Seasons Cancelled
The Colorado State High School Activities Association(CSHSAA) announced that football and soccer are delayed until the Spring of 2021. Based on CSHSAA’s decision, we regret to inform you that our youth football and soccer seasons are cancelled for the Fall of 2020.
In an effort to continue providing our players with quality options, we are offering Fall Baseball as well as various Sports Camps. Registration for Fall Baseball is currently active. Registration for Fall Sports Camps are still being determined at this time. If you’ve already registered, you may request a refund by contacting the Sports Office at 385-5981x0. If you do not request a refund, a credit will be placed on your account for use in the Spring of 2021
Summer League info - All City youth and adult summer sport programs begin practice June 15 with a maximum of 25 people per team, excluding coaches and referees. The sports office is prepared to support local public health contact tracing efforts if exposures to COVID-19 occur.
Spectators are strongly discouraged for adult sports. Spectators, like parents, are permitted for youth sports, as long as members from different households maintain at least 6 feet of physical distance from each other.
Reservations from organized leagues, sport camps and outdoor camps will be accepted starting Monday, June 8, for outdoor recreation facilities, including fields and courts. A capacity of 25 people or less must be maintained per field. Parks’ staff will perform routine checks to help ensure public health guidance is being followed at its sport facilities.
Please note: The fall youth football and soccer season has been canceled.
- Spring Soccer: Pre K-9 grade
- Spring Tackle Football: 3-8 grade (2nd graders can sign a waiver)
- Summer T-ball, Baseball, Softball: Pre K-12 grade
- Fall Tackle Football: 3-8 grade (2nd graders can sign a waiver)
- Fall Soccer: Pre K-9 grade
The purpose of the internship program is to provide the student with an opportunity to gain practical hands-on experience that is closely related to the student’s educational knowledge base. Youth and Adult Sports believes in a team philosophy and although the intern will be supervised by a designated full-time Sports staff member, the student will have the opportunity to work with multiple full-time Sports staff to understand various leadership styles and programs. In exchange, the City will receive valuable work contributions from creative, highly motivated recreation pre-professionals.
Contact InformationSports Office
1315 East Pikes Peak Avenue
(in Memorial Park)
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Phone: (719) 385-5981
Fax: (719) 385-6013
Questions? Email us