Youth Sports

Youth Sports

Pee Wee Sports
Ages 3-6 with parent(s)
Designed specifically for first timers, these child friendly, 5-week sessions focus on fundamentals and general game knowledge.  Parent participation is required for this program.  Children and their parent will move from station to station learning the skills and drills of each sport.  With the help of instructors, this program builds confidence, motor skills and offers a positive experience to sports.  This is a fun way to spend quality time with your child in a non-competitive program.  These programs meet one day per week, but if you are interested in more play time, you can sign up for both weekly sessions.  Locations vary by class.

Pee Wee Basketball
Location: Community Park Outdoor Basketball Court

Mondays, 5:15-6pm, 5/13-6/10*
Wednesdays, 5:15-6pm, 5/15-6/12*
*No class on 5/27 or 5/29
REGISTER HERE

Pee Wee Football
Location: Promontory Community Park Adult Softball Field
M 5:15-6pm 7/29-8/26
W 5:15-6pm 7/31-8/28
Register Here


Pee Wee Soccer
Location: Promontory Community Park Adult Softball Field
M 5:15-6pm 9/9-10/7
W 5:15-6pm 9/11-10/9
Register Here

Fall NFL Youth Flag Football League
Grades 2nd - 8th
The Coed league focuses on fundamentals, teamwork and improving individual skills in a competitive yet fun environment. Practices are one day a week with eight games on Saturday’s, starting at 2pm, beginning September 7th.
Register Here

Fall Youth Volleyball Leagues
Girls and Boys 4th-12th Grades
This recreational league allows players to learn volleyball in both a fun and competitive environment. Practices and games are one day a week each, with games beginning the week of September 11th. Participants receive a team jersey and an award. Alternate grade combinations may occur due to numbers.
Register Here

Punt, Pass, and Kick
Punt, Pass and Kick is returning this fall! All players are welcome, regardless if they are playing flag football, tackle football, or not on a team. This is a friendly competition where individual players compete to see who can kick or throw the farthest and run the fastest, with an overall champion. This event is for participants ages 6 and up for both boys and girls.
Sat 3-6pm 10/19

The El Dorado Hills Community Services District offers youth sports year-round and depending on the season.  

Youth & Adult Sports League Schedules, Standings, & Rules Website

Did You Know?
The Gilmore Center is located in the old Fire Station at 990 Lassen Lane.