Sports Program (Ages 3-13)
The Hill AFB Youth Sports Program’s mission is to teach the basic skills which young people need to play various youth sports in a safe and nurturing environment, where all children receive an equal chance to participate, regardless of skill level.
Program Philosophy: Hill Air Force Base has established an excellent approach to encourage a wide variety of desired outcomes to occur through participation in our Youth Sports programs. These fundamental goals include:
- Develop positive personal, social, and psychological skills.
- Obtain enjoyment through recreation
- Develop physical fitness and self- worth
- Develop the physical skills to enhance the likelihood of participation in physical activities throughout life
- Learn and develop the rules and strategies of an organized team, and individual sports
- Develop respect for rules as a facilitator of safe and fair competition
- Promote sports as an alternative to drug, alcohol, and tobacco use as a way to recreate, escape from reality or enhance performance
- Promote interaction with positive role models and other children
Start Smart is a program created by NAYS (National Alliance for Youth Sports). It prepares children aged 3-4 for organized sports in a fun, non-threatening environment.
Jr. NBA Basketball Ages 3-13 years old
Baseball & T-Ball Ages 3-13 years old
Soccer Ages 3-13 years old
NFL Flag Football Ages 7-13 years old
Additional Sports Programs and Activities: MLB Pitch, Hit & Run America’s Kids Fun Run NFL Punt, Pass & Kick
Mon – Fri
Sat & Sun
Closed AFMC Family Days and all Federal Holidays.
7712 6th St., Bldg. 883
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Dress Code for All Programs
Halter tops and spaghetti straps are not permitted. Shirts must cover the midriff. Garments should not contain inappropriate slogans or advertisements for alcohol, tobacco, or include sexually suggestive content or text. Pants will not be worn in a manner that shows undergarments. Shorts must be no shorter than finger-tip length, measured from the middle finger. Closed-toe shoes are highly recommended for Open Recreation.