Sports Leagues

The Woodson YMCA Youth Sports program takes the risks and health concerns of concussions very seriously.  We ask that parents, guardians, and coaches educate themselves on the signs and symptoms of a concussion and how to respond appropriately should your child exhibit any of the symptoms.  Information via the CDC is available at the following links: Parent/Athlete Information Sheet Click here.  Parent Fact Sheet here.  Coaches Fact Sheet here. Please let us know if you need any further information.

FOOTBALL  

Spring Youth Flag Football – (Spring 2018) Aspirus Branch athletic fields
(Ages 4K- 6th Grade)
YMCA Flag Football offers a chance for each participant to develop skills in a healthy and welcoming environment. It is a time for kids to be taught skills and fundamentals of the game. Week 1 will be a skills/fundamentals practice, learning the basics of football (passing, catching, blocking and defensive positions) and also being taught plays by volunteer coaches. Weeks 2-7 will be organized 6 on 6 games, playing different teams each week with coaches and referees to help assist with games and teach kids as they play.  Tennis shoes or football cleats are suitable.
Dates: Saturdays,  TBA

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 SOCCER 

Outdoor Soccer League-(Spring and Fall) Aspirus Branch athletic fields

(Ages 4K- 4th Grade)
This is a developmental non-competitive program. YMCA soccer offers a chance for each participant to develop skills in a healthy welcoming environment. Small sided games will allow for players to have many opportunities to work on individual and team development. Week 1 will be a team practice, where kids will learn the basics of soccer (passing, dribbling and kicking). Each player will receive a jersey before games start. Outdoor games will be played at Aspirus YMCA Soccer Fields at 3402 Howland Avenue in Weston.  Shin guards are required and tennis shoes or a shoe without toe stud are suitable.
Dates: Saturdays,  TBA

 

Youth Indoor Soccer League
This is a developmental non-competitive program. YMCA Soccer offers a chance for each participant to develop skills in a healthy and welcoming environment. Small sided games will allow for players to have many opportunities to work on individual and team development.  The coaches will be made up of parents and volunteers. Players receive a participant T-shirt. Shin guards are required and tennis shoes or a shoe without toe stud are suitable.
Dates: Saturdays,  TBA

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