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As the end of summer approaches, the Frisco Family YMCA has registration for fall sports already underway. Sign your child up for flag football, youth and ankle biters soccer and cheer today – registration ends August 23.

The YMCA sports program focuses on work in three key areas: youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Nurturing the potential of kids, helping people lead healthier lives, and supporting our neighbors are fundamental to strengthening our communities.

Flag Football

The Frisco Y flag football league is geared toward kids looking to play flag football as well as to further develop football skills, tactics, teamwork, and most importantly - HAVE FUN! Flag Football is open to ages 5-12 years old. The season begins September 12.

Soccer

Youth: Players will have fun while developing an appreciation for soccer and physical activity. They will practice basic to advanced skills and drills, while learning sportsmanship and teamwork. For ages 5 through 12, boys and girls. The season beings September 12.

Ankle Biters: Players will have fun while developing an appreciation for soccer and physical activity! For ages 3-4 boys and girls. The season beings September 12.

Cheer

Cheerleading offers girls the chance to get active and have some fun cheering. Cheerleaders will build self-confidence and self-esteem while developing social skills and healthy relationships with other girls. Learn the fundamentals of cheerleading including basic motions, jumps, cheers and chants. Cheer is open to ages 5 to 13 years old.

Basketball registration is open now but doesn’t end until October 19. The season starts in December.

To register and for more information, visit the Frisco Family YMCA website at https://www.ymcadallas.org/locations/frisco/programs/sports/

Since 1991 the Frisco Family YMCA has changed the lives of youth and families in Frisco and surrounding communities, benefiting more than 11,000 people annually. Throughout the community the Frisco Family YMCA gives youth a safe, supportive environment in values-based programs.

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