The objectives of FCBC are to provide an organized baseball program in the Fort Collins area and within program limitations, this program: (1) Does not limit the number of participants, (2) Maintains recreational, competitive and instructional programs for the community, (3) Is open to all without regard to their financial status. FCBC believes that a healthy cooperative attitude between the recreational baseball program and the competitive baseball program will provide the maximum benefit to both players and the community.
Competition and the development of a competitive spirit are important elements of any sports, but winning games should be a secondary objective.
The Northern Colorado National Adult Baseball Association (NABA) seeks to foster a competitive environment for baseball that is challenging and fun for all involved. Our site contains information for the recreational leagues in our area. Here, you can learn about the latest news, tournament schedules and team information, and get directions to the various fields.
The Fort Collins Foxes Baseball Team plays in a wooden bat summer collegiate baseball league based in Northern Colorado. The Foxes feature top collegiate baseball players from around the country, and, just like Minor League Baseball, provide fun and affordable family entertainment for everyone in Fort Collins and the surrounding areas from early June through late July with home games at beautiful City Park Field
The Official Website of Colorado State University Rams Baseball. NCBA National Champions: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010.
Thank you for choosing to play in the Greeley Evans Youth League. We acknowledge that there are several other options for registering in organized summer league baseball and softball. We are happy you chose GEYL.
Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Rapids Youth Soccer is Colorado’s premier youth soccer experience and the only club in Colorado to offer opportunities from three-years-old to professional, from beginner to Major League Soccer.
CRYSC offers youth soccer programs to over thousands of children every season in and around the Front Range. With satellite leagues across Colorado, we are confident we can provide your child a fun place to play..
United SC is a non-profit organization based in Loveland, Colorado providing kids with the opportunity to play soccer at multiple competitive and recreational levels for ages 9 to 18.
The Ram Gold team has won the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) national tournament three of the past six years. Our Green Team won the open division tournament in 1998.
The Fort Collins Soccer Club strives to advance and foster the game of soccer among individuals of all ages by promoting sportsmanship, leadership, service, education and opportunity to the community through soccer.
Welcome to Northern Colorado Rush Soccer Club. We are a nonprofit organization which has been in Greeley and the surrounding areas since 1978. Formerly known as Bootleggers Soccer Club, our name change in 2007 reflects our new and growing emphasis on recreational, developmental and competitive soccer throughout Northern Colorado.
Our primary mission is to promote a passion for the game of soccer and ensure that it is fun and positive experience for all participants.
Men’s Soccer at Colorado State has been a sport club for nearly 25 years. Although they have not won any National Championships, they have reached the semi-finals in the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association(NIRSA) National Tournament the past two years. Every year close to a hundred students will tryout for the two highly competitive teams.
Join the largest tennis program in Northern Colorado! Think & Play Like the Pros! Programs for beginning through advanced juniors and adults Evening and Daytime adult lessons. 19 USTA tournaments. Programs held on many of the 40 city courts.
The Fort Collins Girls Softball Club was formed in 1996 to provide an additional option for girls who wanted to play softball. The club switched to fast pitch softball in 1997 and the “Stars” were born. Since the switch to fast pitch, the Stars have fostered the love of softball with 1000’s of girls! Today, we see ourselves as the premiere choice for competitive softball in Northern Colorado!
Make no mistake – we are here to compete. But we also believe in a well-rounded individual, of which sport is just a part of what makes up that person. Our teams are not just teams – they are groups of girls that will remember each other for the rest of their lives, through experiences, memories, competition and service, these girls become more than friends.
The Sting Girls Diamond Sports Club was established in 2008. In its first season, the Sting consisted of two teams at the 16 and 18 age levels. The club will continue to grow and offer more diversity of ages and level of play.
Our organization was started in 1996 in attempt to help local girls prepare for softball at the high school level. Today, ten years later, we have eight teams competing in the 10U through 18U age levels.
Loveland Rage’s long-term goal is to compete in the “A” class at all age levels, with developmental teams in the “B” class.
Loveland Rage teams are made up of approximately 80% Loveland Colorado girls, although girls from other communities are on our rosters.
Local boys lacrosse club serving Fort Collins and Windsor with programs for Grades K – 8.
Havoc is a Girls’ Lacrosse club made up of girls 1st-8th grade, both experienced and brand new. We are based out of Fort Collins, Colorado, but serve girls throughout Northern Colorado.
Our philosophy is Love Each Other, Work Hard, Play Hard. As a club we strive to promote the game of lacrosse through character building and competition.
Titans Lacrosse was started in 2004, with just one team. A mixed of 6th-8th grade. Now we have 4 teams and building more every year. We played on the Conrad Ball field and now we have moved up to
the Loveland Sports Park turf field for our home games.
Colorado State University Women’s Lacrosse has been highly competitive since day 1. The Team has finished in the top 10 in the nation for the WCLA every year. We strive to be the best club team in the country. We have won 3 national championship titles: 2008, 2010, and 2011; we finished in 2nd place in 2012. We also produce All Americans every season. We always strive to reach our potential, but at the end of the day, we play for our passion and love for the game!
There is a single ‘unified’ High School Boys Lacrosse Team in Fort Collins that operates out of Rocky Mountain HS. Players from any of the four high schools in Fort Collins can try out for and play on this team.
Fort Collins Unified Lacrosse is established as a sustainable non-profit program, striving for favorable recognition nationally. Community and family based, encouraging a spirit of healthy competition, FCUL teaches that the character of the athlete and the integrity of the program are at its cornerstone. Its success, in part, will be measured by future opportunities afforded its most outstanding athletes who exemplify ethics and sportsmanship while excelling on the field.
On the field, our goal is to create a unique training and playing method that mirrors collegiate styles of play to prepare experienced and novice players alike for higher levels of competition. With a healthy focus on fundamental lacrosse skills and innovative team tactics, the RLC uses the same drills and techniques that have made Colorado State University men’s lacrosse the most successful program in the history of the MCLA.
Welcome to Becks’ Martial Arts! Run by husband and wife team, Andrew and Rebecca Beck. Becks’ Martial Arts teaches traditional Korean Taekwondo. With a combined twenty five years of teaching and training experience, we are proud to teach with the United World Taekwondo Association and Kukkiwon.
Classes take place at The Edge Sports Center! Click here for directions.
Find us on Facebook @BecksTKD! Join the Instagram fun @becksmartial arts. Interested in our newsletter? Email Mrs.Beck at email@example.com . See you on the mats!
NCSO is the premier officiating organization in northern Colorado. Whatever your goals as an official- little leagues or big leagues; summer income or life-long avocation; or somewhere in between- the NCSO has the knowledge, commitment, and contacts to get you there. Please take your time and explore this web-site. Information on pay, training, dues, etc. is at your fingertips, as are the answers to frequently asked questions.