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DC Stoddert Soccer’s recreational program serves more than 6,000 players each fall and spring. With the help of dedicated volunteers and professional trainers, the recreational program provides learning experiences for children between the ages of 4-19. As a community-minded organization, DC Stoddert Soccer is dedicated to making soccer fun, safe, and accessible to all players. All players must REGISTER through DC Stoddert Soccer to participate. Teams are always in need of coaches and managers. If you want to volunteer to coach or manage a team, register as a volunteer or contact the age group commissioner.
Winners Lacrosse makes learning and playing lacrosse available in the Washington, DC metro area to boys and girls (ages 5-14), in a safe and fun environment for kids to learn and grow! Winners Lacrosse also offers programs during the FALL and WINTER!
Squash on Fire is igniting squash in Washington, DC with a new world-class, high-end facility that is open to all. Learn to play squash like a pro. Whether you are a beginner, professional, adult, or junior, Squash on Fire’s coaching staff has the talent and the experience to help you improve your squash game. Check out the variety of opportunities to TRAIN with Squash on Fire and ignite your game!
This league is the best. It’s fun. It’s high-energy. It’s the league we wanted as kids. And we exist for two reasons: To Get Better. And Have Fun. At the core of our organization, that’s what we’re about. Getting better and having fun. We’re about positive coaches who love teaching the game. We’re about supportive parents and compassionate referees. We’re about low-pressure environments where kids can just play! This is a league for everyone — whether you’re an all-star or a couch potato. Boy or girl. Rich or poor. We believe in the power of play and we believe everyone should have that opportunity.
Since 1989, Northwest Washington Little League (NWLL) has provided supervised baseball programs in the northwest corner of the District of Columbia under the rules and regulations of Little League International. All participants shall bear in mind that the creation of a healthy competitive environment that fosters the values of teamwork, sportsmanship and citizenship is of prime and paramount importance; the attainment of superior athletic skill and outcomes of the games are at all times incidental and secondary to the education, development and well-being of the children.