City of Mesa Youth Sports is dedicated to providing a diverse range of programs including both traditional and non-traditional sports to ensure that the needs of all Mesa's youth are being met.
By offering an assortment of programs throughout the year, youth have a chance to participate in team sports and individual based sports including unique and new sports in the area. All of our programs focus on having fun, teaching the proper fundamentals and skills, being active and understanding the importance of physical activity, learning to play as a team, and developing good sportsmanship.
(Sept - Dec)
(Jan - Mar)
(MAR - May)
(Jun - Aug)
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Fall 2017 Volunteer and Employment Opportunities!
Looking for a fun and rewarding experience of working with kids? City of Mesa Youth Sports is looking for staff and volunteers for our fall season.
Soccer and Flag Football Referees
Lacrosse ad Playball Instructors
Application deadline is August 28.
Contact Lacy Bienkowski to apply.
Soccer and Flag Football Coaches
Volunteer application deadline is August 30.
Need more information? Contact Lacy at 480-644-3040.
Positive Play Project encourages youth development and wellness in sports. We have partnered with several local organizations to provide high quality trainings, resources and outreach in areas including positive coaching, concussion awareness, injury prevention, equipment and safety gear access, hydration, nutrition, financial assistance and scholarships.
Partners include the Positive Coaching Alliance, A.T. Still University, NextCare, National Alliance for Youth Sports and NRPA's Commit to Health.
Positive Play Project is an active guide and support tool for all Youth Sports coaches, parents/guardians, participants and staff. The safety and well-being of participants is our number one priority. Please familiarize yourself with the educational material.
The Positive Play Project received the 2014 Outstanding Sports Program award from the Arizona Parks and Recreation Association. They were recognized at the annual conference banquet dinner.