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Youth Leagues

Youth Basketball

1. YMCA Youth Basketball

859-623-9356

2. Red House Baptist- Upward Basketball with Cheerleading- Fall/Winter League

For more information: http://www.redhousebc.com
859-623-8471


The Richmond Parks & Recreation Department is not in charge of the youth sports programs. Each youth program has their own governing body and makes the rules for their leagues.

Youth Football

Madison County Youth Football League

“Winning is only half of it. Having fun is the other half.” – Bum Phillips

The Madison County Youth Football League serves Richmond, Berea, and all of its communities of Madison County. We are here to promote the development of the youth in our community in the sport of football by teaching fundamentals, and influencing good sportsmanship, teamwork and high morals. We are an affiliate of American Youth Football which is the largest youth football organization int he world. MCYFL is open to youth ages 5-11. We play our games at Kiwanis Football Field at Lake Reba. The Richmond Parks & Recreation Department is not in charge of the youth sports programs. Each youth program has their own governing body and makes the rules for their leagues.

For more information visit their website http://www.mcyfl.net

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mcyfl16/


The Richmond Parks & Recreation Department is not in charge of the youth sports programs. Each youth program has their own governing body and makes the rules for their leagues.

Youth Soccer

The Madison United Soccer

Registration is for anyone born between January 1st, 2007 and December 31st, 2017.

Registration will be Jan 1, 2021 – Jan 31, 2021   (unless COVID causes an issue).

Please visit www.musasoccer.com for registration.

If you have questions please feel free to reach out to feedback@musasoccer.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/musasoccerky/


The Richmond Parks & Recreation Department is not in charge of the youth sports programs. Each youth program has their own governing body and makes the rules for their leagues.

Richmond Fastpitch Club

Website: www.richmondfastpitchclub.com

Sign Up Dates: – Jan 25th- March 6th

Contact Person/Email: richmondfastpitchclub@gmail.com

League Ages: (Age as of January 1st) Pigtail- T-ball (6 & Under), Ponytail League-Coach Pitch (8 & Under),  Minor League (10 & Under), Middle School (12U & 14U, 6th Grade-8th Grade)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Richmond-Fastpitch-Club-107385137862263 


The Richmond Parks & Recreation Department is not in charge of the youth sports programs. Each youth program has their own governing body and makes the rules for their leagues.

Little League Baseball

2021 RICHMOND LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL SPRING SEASON INFORMATION

Website- richmondlittleleague.info    Email – richmondlittleleague@gmail.com

Facebook:  RICHMOND KY LITTLE LEAGUE

Printable 2021 Season Info: 2021 Spring Season Info

 

Wee 4-5, Tee 5-6, Rookie Coach Pitch 6-7, Coach Pitch 7-9, Minor 8-10, Major 10-12, Senior 13-16

League age determined by birthdate as of August 31, 2021.

ON LINE SIGNUPS: richmondlittleleague.info

Any problem with online signups, call 859-200-0258 or 859-358-6795.

REGISTRATION    December 10 – January 26

Wee and Tee $90 (without fundraising); $50 (with fundraising) sell 6 spirit cards for $10 each.

Rookie Coach, Coach, Minor, Major, Senior League: $115 (without fundraising); $75 (with fundraising) sell 6 spirit cards for $10 each. If there are 3 children in the same household playing, the fee for the 3rd child is $50 or $75 and no fundraising.

LATE REGISTRATION    January 27 – February 1

Wee and Tee $100 (without fundraising)        $60 (with fundraising) sell 6 spirit cards for $10 each

Rookie Coach, Coach, Minor, Major, Senior League: $125 (without fundraising)

$85 (with fundraising) sell 6 spirit cards for $10 each

WAITING LIST (after February 2)

Email richmondlittleleague@gmail.com to be placed on a waiting list.

Include player’s name/date of birth/league.

Players will be taken upon availability but not guaranteed.

No fundraiser option for those signing up after February 2.

Registration fee for Wee and Tee – $100     Rookie Coach, Coach Pitch, Minor, Major – $125

SENIOR LEAGUE REGISTRATION ON LINE February 2 until March 1        $125                                

SPIRIT CARD FUNDRAISER    Turn in money and get spirit cards on February 28, 1:30 – 2:30.

Spirit card forms that include business sponsors are available at richmondlittleleague.info and will also be attached to the online registration confirmation.  Complete the form when you sell each card and collect $10 for each card sold.  Then bring the $60 and get the cards on February 28 at the Richmond Mall (Enter the mall doors next to Gillum’s).  Come between 1:30 and 2:30 on Sunday, February 28, and get a coupon for a free soft drink with a purchase at Gillum’s.  (More than 6 cards can be sold.)

SEASON OPENING WEEK   All teams will have their first game during the week of April 12 to April 16. 

SEASON OPENING DAY FOR SENIOR LEAGUE  –  tentative date May 15

ALL ADULTS WHO WILL BE COACHING OR HELPING WITH THE PLAYERS AT PRACTICES OR GAMES MUST COMPLETE A MANDATORY BACKGROUND CHECK AND THIS CAN BE COMPLETED AT THE SAME TIME AS THE ONLINE REGISTRATION IS COMPLETED.  

 

UMPIRE/SCOREKEEPER- Anyone interested in umpiring or scorekeeping, contact Derek Daniel @ 582-9112.

 


Richmond Little League is a separate organization from the Richmond Parks and Recreation Dept. RLL is responsible for making decisions for their league which includes sign ups, league rules, hiring umpires and scorekeepers, vetting coaches, and scheduling fields for practices and games.

Other Youth Sports Program

Youth Tennis-  Greg Adams Indoor Tennis Facility   Contact Chad Dyer  859-622-2141 or email Chad.Dyer@eku.edu  Click Here for Fall 2020 League Information (Link Flyer here)

 

Youth Golf Leagues-  Contact Jason Eberle, Gibson Bay Golf Pro for more information about Junior Golf leagues.  859-623-0225   eberlegolf@gibsonbay.com  www.gibsonbay.com (link)

 


The Richmond Parks & Recreation Department is not in charge of the youth sports programs. Each youth program has their own governing body and makes the rules for their leagues.