Despite the impending snow here in Northern Colorado, we can all feel that spring is almost here. Bulbs are starting to push their way out of the dirt, and spring break is next week for many of us! So it seemed like a good time to let you know about where to sign up for youth sports in Loveland and the NoCo region. It’s time to get those kids out and running around!
The Chilson Center/City of Loveland
Especially for beginners and entry-level sports, there is nothing better than youth programming through the City of Loveland/Chilson Center. Registration for spring sports have already been going on, so you may need to call and see if you can still get on a team. But summer registrations (for sports starting in June) are opening soon, so keep your eyes open! They have softball, baseball, soccer, basketball, and t-ball leagues (plus so many more). Check out page 22 of the Spring Activity Guide for more details.
Elite Youth Sports
Elite Youth Sports is home to a few sports leagues—NoCo Football, NoCo Basketball, and NoCo Elite. They offer leagues and camps for kindergarten through 8th grade and have offerings from beginners flag football to competitive 11-man tackle football. Their values include; safety first, commitment to excellence, attitude is a choice, momentum, hustle, and family.
NoCo Vipers Lax
Want to get your kids into lacrosse? The spring season for the NoCo Vipers starts at the beginning of April, so it’s time to get signed up. The Vipers have teams for K-8 and they focus on not only skills and fundamentals, but also character, confidence, and community. Plus, they have opportunities for fundraising and scholarships if the cost is an issue.
Loveland Swim Club
If you want to keep your kids active year-round, there might not be a better way than Loveland Swim Club. Loveland Swim Club is a nationally ranked, competitive team that practices at the various high school pools in Loveland throughout the year. They offer a variety of levels for swim team and also have lessons for those that aren’t quite ready for that competitive level yet.
There are plenty of other ways to keep your kids active (and I’d love to know your favorites in the comments). But if you are looking to sign your children up for youth sports in Loveland this spring or summer, hopefully, this is a good start! And if you’re looking for some free activities in Loveland with spring break coming up, check out this past blog post.