Sports Programs for All Ages
The Center offers a variety of athletic leagues for youth and adults. We manage the recreational programs for the City of Sidney, Nebraska. All youth and adult sports programs are operated, supervised and managed by community center personnel. These programs include basketball, baseball, softball, football, volleyball and soccer. The ages range from 5 years old all the way to adult leagues. The registration periods vary depending on the time of year.In our adult leagues Men's, Women's and Co-ed leagues are offered for softball, volleyball and basketball. Team Shirts are awarded for league champions in all sports leagues. For our youth leagues we offer soccer, t-ball, baseball, softball, volleyball fundamentals, flag football, tackle football and basketball along with summer camps for working on fundamentals of basketball. Reminder that all sports registrations are now done online with the link below.
Traveling leagues are also available for those youth wishing to improve their skills in basketball.
When thunderstorms threaten outdoor games or practices, you may call our Sportsline at 254-2194 for a recorded message for information on postponements or cancellations.
For additional information or to be placed on a new team list, please contact the Sports Director at 254-7000.
After the deadline our Sports Director will hold a coach's meeting at which time he/she will release to the coaches their roster of players and the coach's first responsibility is to contact all players with their first practice information.
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Click on Image for Coach Pitch Schedule
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Update for all Summer sports activities:
This has been a very confusing time as we start to make our way out of the Covid-19 Pandemic closures.
At this time youth Baseball/Softball have been given permission to begin. Governor Ricketts outlined in
his Press Conference on May 11, 2020 that Youth baseball/softball could begin to practice on June 1, 2020, and begin to play games on June 18, 2020. This comes with several restrictions in place, the
highlights are as follows:
Only youth teams, no adult leagues may begin
The Community center is recommending that each player is recommended to have their own glove, helmet, and bat
During practices dugouts are off limits
During practices coaches will adhere to 6 feet social distancing as much as they can including,
adapting drills to allow more space between players as they play catch etc.
Coaches will be responsible for disinfecting team gear before and after each practice and game
During games, dugouts will be utilized but will also try to spread players out into the bleachers
to help the 6 feet rule.
During games only household family members are allowed to attend the games, and cannot use
the bleachers, they will have to bring their own chair or stand, and have to be six feet away
from the farthest point of the dugout from home plate.
Each player needs to provide their own drink and/or snack
Restrooms will not be available at most fields, the city has them locked because of the shut
downs and will not be opening them
No Concessions stands are allowed
These are the high lights they can be confusing so if there are questions please feel free to contact Curtis
at the Community Center. Also, we are unable to begin any adult leagues at this time.
Reminder: During Spring & Summer sports, we keep
a close watch on weather and will NOT make any
decisions until after 4pm of that day. Announcements will be made on our social media, sportsline and also be reported to KSID Radio.