Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation department provides recreational opportunities to nearly 30,000 youth throughout the year. Programs are taught in a variety of areas. A complete listing of the current youth athletic programs being offered can be found at Youth Sports Leagues (PDF document, requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print.)
With the help of youth athletic leagues and associations, the county offers a diverse range of team play, both recreational and competitive, that helps build character and skills to last a lifetime. For more information on signing up for league play, see list below.
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User fees/non-resident fees
Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation Department classes, camps or co-sponsored leagues are open to all participants, regardless of residence status. However those who do not reside in Chesterfield County are expected to pay a $15 non-resident fee upon registration for the program.
Leagues and Associations
Youth sport leagues in Chesterfield County are operated through both athletic associations, generally defined by school district lines, and privately-operated youth sport organizations. Youth sports require registration through the individual league or association.
Athletic Associations offer sports to youth in the elementary school district for which they are named. If there is not an athletic association for your school district, then you are able to play for any athletic association you choose. Athletic associations may offer sports teams in football, cheering, basketball, softball, baseball and lacrosse.
For questions or additional information about youth sport leagues, please call 804-748-1130.
Youth Athletic Leagues