Welcome to Spring Sports 2017:
For over 30 years, the Bridlewood Community Association has proudly offered an 8-week spring sports program in May and June for children currently enrolled in grades JK – 9. All sports are played on Bridlewood fields and are played one (1) night a week (Monday – Friday) starting at 6 pm. Players receive a t-shirt, a team photo, a medal and refreshments (pizza and drinks) after their final game.
Ultimate Frisbee and Membershp 2017 Registration:
SOCCER & BASEBALL registrations are now closed.
You can still sign up to be a BCA member! Membership Registration LINK: https:
TEXT/NOTICE: TeamSnap(TM), our new portal, uses a “player/team” language. Please fill out a Membership for your family (incl. all children) but only pay the $10 membership fee for entire family. Once you have completed the Membership registration, you will need to register your kids separately for the sports they want to play. Cost is $50 per child per sport. No coach refunds will be provided this year to help offset the cost of the new registration portal.
Want to play Ultimate Frisbee? Registration is STILL open!!
The sports offered and the evening they are played are (subject to change):
- JK Soccer (Wednesday)
- SK Soccer (Wednesday)
- Junior Soccer: Grade 1-2 (Friday)
- Intermediate Soccer: grades 3-4 (Monday)
- Senior Soccer: grades 5-6 (Thursday)
- JK T-Ball (Monday)
- SK T-ball (Monday)
- Junior Coach Pitch: grades 1–2 (Wednesday)
- Intermediate Coach Pitch: grades 3-4 (Thursday)
- Senior Coach Pitch: grades 5-6 (Tuesday)
- Ultimate Frisbee: grades 7-8 (Tuesday)
The program begins early May and runs for 8 weeks. All sports begin with a practice at 6 pm and games begin at 6:30pm. Reminder: Children must be supervised by a parent or authorized adult at all times.
- Schedules & Maps (coming in April 2017)
- Objectives of the Spring Sports Program.
Parent and Player Expectations: All families will be required to assist with the program in some capacity. Please consult our Parent and Player Expectations information sheet prior to attending the first sporting activity.
The Bridlewood Community Association is a proud member of True Sport and its principles: Go For It, Play Fair, Respect Others, Keep It Fun, Stay Healthy, Include Everyone, Give Back. Click here for more information about the True Sport Principles.
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