Just about every kind of sport is covered one way or another in town, through Parks and Recreation, the Boys & Girls Club, the Greenwich Family Y, or through private associations.

Greenwich Youth Football League is an instructional/competitive tackle football league for ages 8 to 13. There are five teams and each has a cheering squad. New player registration is in May. Call Michael Dunster at 203-637-0766. For cheerleader (grades 3-8) information, call 203-531-1731 or 203-532-0421.

The YMCA offers a flag football program for children. Call 203-869-1630 or visit gwymca.org.

Greenwich Basketball Association is a townwide instructional and competitive program for boys and girls in fourth through 12th grade. All skill levels are welcome and everyone plays. Practices and games take place from mid-November to early March.  For information, contact one of the league directors: Daniel Aaron (203-637-8434/daaron@earthlink.net) and Anthony Pignataro (203-618-0649/npig1@aol.com).

The Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Basketball League (203-869-3224) has a basketball league (as well as offering soccer, flag football, Wiffle ball. street hockey, volleyball. kickball and dodge ball).

The Greenwich Family YMCA (203-869-1630) offers youth basketball leagues in fall, winter, and spring, and youth clinics for boys and girls. There are also travel teams for players in fifth through eighth grade. For information, call Alan Herzog at 203-625-7567 or e-mail aherzog@itg.com.

The  YWCA Greenwich offers clinics and team play in fundamental basketball skills for ages 5 to 7 and 8 to 10 in spring and fall. Call 203-869-6501 or visit ywca.org/greenwich.

Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation offers coed basketball clinics, girls basketball, and youth basketball clinics. Call 203-618-7649 for details.

At CT Flame Basketball Camp, some of the best college players in the area teach boys and girls at all levels during the summer. For information, visit online at FlameCamp.com or e-mail FlameCamp@gmail.com.

Greenwich Blues Youth Hockey Association offers competitive coed travel teams for boys and girls 7 to 14. There is also a Mimi Mite program for children four to six years old. Try-outs are in September. For information, e-mail Eddie Silard at eddiessd1@aol.com. For registration information, check the Web site greenwichblues.com.

Greenwich Skating Club (203-622-9583/203-661-5255) offers figure skating and ice hockey programs. Membership is limited. Visit online at greenwichskatingclub.org for details or e-mail club president Doyle Queally at wdqueally@aol.com. For membership, call Margot Brady at 637-1597 or e-mail MargotLbrady@aol.com.

Mid-Fairfield Youth Hockey Association offers a competitive program of house leagues and travel teams. For information, call Peter Russo at 203-650-9265, e-mail prusso@bgcpartners.com, or visit online at mfyha.com.

The Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich (203-869-3224) offers learn to skate clinics, hockey clinics, Broomball and a Mite B Development Program.

Greenwich Youth Hockey offers novice, junior, and senior programs at the Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink. Call 203-531-8560 for details.

The Windy Hill Figure Skating Club (windyhillsc.com) is based at the Dorothy Hamill Ice Rink. Membership is open to all figure skaters who are at least a Basic 7 in USFSA basic skills. Call Tim Grace at 203-355-2748 (tgrace02@optonline.net).

The  Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich (203-869-3224) offers figure skating classes.

Greenwich Skating School offers group lessons at the Dorothy Hamill Ice Rink. Call 203-531-8560 for details.

Greenwich Water Polo offers a recreational league for boys and girls in third through eighth grade. There are also separate travel teams for boys and girls, 12 and under to 18 and under. For information, visit online at greenwichwaterpolo.com.

Greenwich Aquatics Water Polo Team is a year-round program for all ages and abilities. There are house league teams and competitive teams. This is a Greenwich Family YMCA program. Call Kim Tierney Wang at 203-869-1630, ext. 304, or visit gwymca.org.

The Boys & Girls Club Swim Team is the Barracudas, open to club members. There are pre-competitive and competitive groups for children 6 through 18.. For information, call 203-869-3224 or e-mail Dawn Berrocal at dberrocal@bgcg.org.

The Greenwich Family YMCA Marlins Youth Swim Team is a year-round program for ages 6 and up of all abilities, from beginner through national levels. The Marlins Diving Club offers instruction from the beginner level to the senior competitive level. For information, call 203-869-1630 or visit gwymca.org.

The Dolphins Swim Team is a nationally competitive age-group program of the  YWCA Greenwich. Call Nick Cavataro at 203-869-6501, ext. 125 or e-mail ncavataro@greenwichdolphins.com. The we site is greenwichdolphins.com.

 

Cos Cob TBall is for children ages 5 to 7 in the spring at the Cos Cob Community Center on Bible Street. Sign-ups are in March. For information, call Heidi and Tom Pastore at 203-637-7767 or e-mail coscobtball@snet.net.

The YMCA has a Tball program for ages 3 to 5, a girls softball league (ages 6-11), and a coach-pitch league (ages 6-7) in the spring.

Old Greenwich Riverside Community Center offers a Tball league for boys and girls in kindergarten. The center also offers Intermediate Baseball for boys and girls in first and second grade, and Major League Baseball for third and fourth grade and fifth grade through Under Age 13. There is also a softball program for girls in second through sixth grade. Pitching clinics and summer baseball round out the center’s offerings. Call 203-637-3659 or visit ogrcc.com.

The Greenwich Cal Ripken League offers baseball for children ages 10 to 12. Registration is in January. For information, call Tom Williams at 661-7404. For a recording, call 203-977-1715. The Web site is greenwichcalripken.org.

The Greenwich Junior Babe Ruth League (greenwichbaberuth.org) offers baseball for children 13 to 15. Sigh-up is in February; practice begins in late April. There is also a fall league.

Parks and Recreation offers coed Tball, indoor baseball in the winter and summer baseball. Call 203-618-7649.

Greenwich Track Club is open to all children in grades 2-8 who want the opportunity to enhance their running skills and techniques, compete and improve their running times, and who just love to run for fun. The Club meets Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, covering track and cross-country training for all skill levels and abilities. The GTC also encourages families to run together at the weekend training, at no extra cost, to promote family fitness and fun. The club runs three eight week sessions: spring, summer and fall. It also offers additional training for any members interested in taking part in the summer and fall Junior Olympics. For information, visit www.greenwichtrackclub.com, or call head coach Bill Bogardus at 203-861-6835.

Greenwich Soccer Association offers competitive programs for boys and girls ages 7 to 10, who are proficient in soccer. Tryouts are in January and February. The fall season runs from September to mid-November, the winter season from January to March, and the spring season from April to mid-June. For information, call 203-588-0739 or visit online at greenwichtravelsoccer.com. E-mail Stuart Smith at stuart@greenwichsoccerinfo.com.

The Old Greenwich-Riverside Community Center offers recreational and travel soccer, from tots to high school. Call 203-637-3659 or go online to ogrcc.com.

The Greenwich Soccer Club (greenwichsoccer.com) is a recreational program for children in grades K-9. Games are played on Saturday mornings in the fall, starting in early September. Teams are single sex and organized by grade. For information, call Anne Orum at 203-661-2620 or e-mail anne@greenwichsoccer.com.

The YWCA’s Super SoccerStars is a non-competitive, educational program. Visit supersoccerstars.com or call 203-869-6501, ext. 131.

Parks and Recreation offers a variety of soccer programs year-round. Call 203-618-7649.

Greenwich Youth Lacrosse (203-352-3933/greenwichyouthlacrosse.org) offers house leagues for boys and girls in grades 1-6, and travel teams for boys in grades 3-8 and girls in grades 4-8. Registration is in January, play is March through May. For information, call Pat Coleman at 203-637-7360 or e-mail patrickcoleman@msn.com. For the boys teams, call Eugene Miller at 203-698-0417 or e-mail Eugene.Miller@itg.com. For the girls teams, call Lisa Hurst at 203-869-1889 or e-mail lisahurst77@gmail.com.

Parks and Recreation offers introductory lacrosse and informal games. Call 203-618-7649.