Meriden Youth Sports Programs
The Boys & Girls Club’s sports leagues encourage youth to develop their physical and social skills. Teamwork, sportsmanship, and leadership are among the skills emphasized in our program. Adult volunteers coach each team, instilling the Club’s goals of learning while having fun.
Unless otherwise noted, all leagues cost $50. Membership is required before registering for a program. Contact the Club at 203-235-8185 for further information or if you have an interest in coaching a league.
Youth ages 9 & up can come down to shoot archery for fun or for competition. Youth must take beginner’s lessons if they haven’t shot at the Club or Cuno Camp before. Lessons are held by appointment throughout the year. Tournaments, leagues, and travel teams are also available.
- CUNO/Jack Clancy Basketball League: 13-week program, for youth from 5th to 9th grade (Jack Clancy League: 5th and 6th grade, CUNO Varsity: 7th through 9th grade)
- Fred Biestek Instructional Basketball: 10-week program, for youth in 3rd and 4th grades. Focuses on basketball fundamentals in practice and game settings
- Record-Journal Girls Basketball League: 13-week program, for girls in 3rd through 9th grade.
- Starters Basketball: 10-week co-ed program for 1st and 2nd graders to learn the basketball basics
A sport growing in popularity through out the country and the Boys & Girls Club is proud to be bringing it to Meriden! Lacrosse is hosted by Meriden United and the cost is $125 for non-members, $100 for members.
The Club’s Volleyball League is a co-ed league for youth in grades 5-8. Games are held on Friday nights.