Youth Leagues

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, City of Irving athletics fields are available on a limited basis to irving residents only.

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  1. Youth Basketball
  2. Youth Volleyball

Parks and Recreation Youth Basketball League

PS-BB-league-photo.jpgIrving Parks and Recreation invites youths 7 to 12 years old to a recreational basketball league that emphasizes teamwork and teaches fundamental basketball skills. Participants will be placed by age level:

  • 8U for 7- and 8-year-old players
  • 10U for 9- and 10-year-old players
  • 12U for 11- to 12-year-old players

Teams will practice once a week beginning in December, but no practices are scheduled during the holiday break. A seven-game season starts Jan. 11 and will close with a single-elimination tournament in late February. Teams will consist of eight to 10 participants.

Youth Basketball League Schedules, Standings and Tournament Bracket
8U Schedule8U Standings8U Tournament Bracket
10U Schedule10U Standings10U Tournament Bracket
12U Schedule12U Standings12U Tournament Bracket

For More Information:

  • 8U – Grant Hodges, Cimarron Recreation Center: (972) 910-0702
  • 10U – Sylvester Brown, Northwest Park Recreation Center: (972) 721-2529
  • 12U – Tyrone Thurman, Georgia Farrow Recreation Center: (972) 721-2519
  • Youth League Commissioner – Thomas Anich, Lively Pointe Youth Center: (972) 721-8090
  • Or email

View the League Bylaws

  1. Baseball
  2. Cheerleading
  3. Football
  4. Gymnastics
  5. Soccer
  6. Softball
  7. Special Needs

Irving Boys Baseball Association

Young boys’ baseball team, seen from behind, on bench with arms around each other.For more than 50 years, the Irving Boys Baseball Association (IBBA) has been teaching Irving youth the game of baseball. Beginning with four-year-olds in T-Ball and continuing through age 14, boys and girls in the community learn the fundamentals of baseball, sportsmanship, responsibility and teamwork.

These children make lifelong friends while spending time with family. Parents and volunteers often serve as coaches and team leaders. Each volunteer undergoes an in-depth background check prior to participating with a team.

The IBBA assures each player receives playing time during every game and the association has seen many fine athletes develop over the years. It offers one of the finest sports complexes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including a lighting system that allows for night games. These fields are located at the Trinity View Park, 2221 E. Highway 356. The IBBA has been affiliated with the USSSA organization since the 2012 season.

For more information about any of these organizations, call (972) 721-2501.