Some of our local youth sports programs have produced Olympians! Milpitas believes in helping youth become physically fit with friendly competitive and individual sports opportunities.
Bay Badminton Center
Enroll your kids in our exciting Academy today and they will be on their way to improving their game with our World Class Coaches. 1191 Montague Expy. (408) 942-2888
Through the badminton academy, many people who have never played badminton before have developed a passion for the sport; many people who have played before but were never serious have developed a competitive spirit. All in all, BBA has promoted the sport of badminton greatly within the community and hopes to continue doing so. 746 S Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas, CA 95035. (408) 934-9915.
David Kiefer’s After School Blog
High school sports updates from Santa Clara County.
ICC Table Tennis
In 11 years it has opened North America’s largest dedicated table tennis center and has produced 2012 USA Olympic team members Timothy Wang, Ariel Hsing & Lily Zhang. Team ICC player Lily Zhang and Jiaqi Zheng will also represent USA at 2016 Rio Olympics.
Milpitas Knights PAL Football
The MILPITAS KNIGHTS is a non-profit youth football and cheer team serving Milpitas and our surrounding communities since the 1960’s. Our five teams are supported by the Milpitas Police Activity League (PAL) and we are members of theSan Jose Police Activity League (PAL) Football Organization. We are led by passionate volunteers who are dedicated to work alongside parents and community leaders to raise successful student athletes.
Milpitas Little League South
The primary goal of Milpitas National Little League South is to provide player growth, development and firmly implant in our youth the idea of sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for leadership. 2005 season starts in March. Sign up in November and December.
PAL is a program offering healthy, safe activities to the youth of our community as an alternative to street crime, drugs and violence. Currently, three well established sporting activities are in the PAL program; Milpitas PAL Soccer, Milpitas PAL Knights Football and Jr. Giant’s Baseball. Milpitas PAL Soccer and Milpitas PAL Knights Football and Jr. Giant’s Baseball. For more information, contact phone numbers on this site.
Milpitas PAL Soccer
We are looking forward to having your child be a part of the Milpitas Pal Soccer league and hope they will learn the game of soccer while having fun. Registration begins in April.
Milpitas Sports Center
Youth sports classes and teams to join. Check back each season for changes.
Milpitas Youth Soccer Club
Affiliated with CYSA, MYSC places the emphasis on player skill advancement, coach and referee training, greater variety of competition, and playing opportunities both recreational and beyond, including the Olympic Development Program. Call 408-834-9092 or email MilpitasYouthSoccer@@gmail.com
Mission San Jose Aquatics
We are a community based USA swim team dedicated to providing swimmers of all abilities the opportunity to be “the best that they can be”. MSJA Swimmers range from age 5 to college level. We have nine distinct training groups and all groups practice at Ohlone College in Fremont, California.
National Junior Basketball – Berryessa Chapter
Serving the youth and communities of North San Jose and Milpitas, CA. Open to all girls and boys, grades 3 to 8. All participants will receive a uniform (unless returning player with uniform), pictures and a participant trophy at the end of the season.
North Valley Little League
Spring Season 2006. Signups for age group 5 to14 years old open Dec 1 to Feb 4. Senior and Big age group 15 to 18 years signups in April 2006. Register online or at signup locations.
North Valley Milpitas Bobby Sox
Girls recreational softball league. T-ball for ages 4 through 6. Fastpitch for ages 7 through 18. Players of all skill levels are welcome. No tryouts. Everyone plays. Everyone bats. Signups November thru mid-January.
North Valley Youth Soccer League
Check here for sign-ups, tryouts, and schedules.
The Tennisball Cricket Association
I have watched these guys play in the park behind Rancho Middle School. Another team, the 99ers, play at Spangler. A third plays at Thomas Russell Middle School
West Coast Aquatics
Training facility is at the Frank Fiscalini International Swim Center, located on the campus of Independence High School in the North Valley area of San Jose, California. US Swimming & Diving Teams.