For field conditions visit:

www.pleasantonsports.org or call (925)931-5360
Labor Day - Time + Location Change

Labor Day Changes to Open Gym Basketball:

  • Time: 6am-8am (replaces evening open gym)
  • Location: Harvest Park Middle School, 4900 Valley Avenue

Please note: there will be no Monday evening Open Gym Basketball on this date.

Extra Open Gym Pickleball & Volleyball Sessions!

September features the following additional Open Gym Sessions:

Evening Pickleball - 6pm-9pm - Pleasanton Middle School, 5001 Case Avenue

  • Thursday, Sept 1st
  • Monday, Sept 5th
  • Thursday, Sept 8th
  • Thursday Sept 15th

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Friday Evening Volleyball - 6pm-9pm - Pleasanton Middle School, 5001 Case Avenue

  • Friday, Sept 2nd
  • Friday, Sept 9th
  • Friday, Sept 16th

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Hooray for more play!

For more information or to purchase passes, please visit PleasantonFun.com

Pleasanton Youth Basketball Registration OPEN!

PYB Registration is OPEN!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER

 

NEW THIS YEAR- REGISTER FOR YOUR PRACTICE TIME!

The Pleasanton Youth Basketball (PYB) is a recreational program for both boys and girls that allows children of all skill levels to enjoy the fun of the exciting game of basketball!

Throughout the program, participants will learn and improve their basketball skills, make new friends, and learn what it means to be part of a team. PYB is open to youth enrolled in grades 1-12 (Fall 2016).

For more information, please contact Rachel Prater at (925) 931-3443 or at rprater@cityofpleasantonca.gov. No refunds once team practices have started.


PYB Coaches Needed November 2016-February 2017!

Volunteer coaches play a vital role in PYB's success! Please consider making the 2 hour per week commitment. Head Coach’s child plays FREE* (*Registration fee refunded at end of the season. Head Coach applications must be submitted by October 7th for child to play free).

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:

 Volunteer Coaching qualifies for the community service hours you need to graduate!

Click here to access the 2016-2017 Volunteer Application

We’re Hiring!

Need work experience? Want extra cash? Youth Sports Officials may work between 8-30 hours per weeks. Shifts are between 8 a.m. & 9 p.m. on weekends and 5-10 p.m. on weeknights. Click here to apply today!

 

Adult Softball League

For Adult Softball rules, please click here.

For the 2016 USSA Rulebook, please click here. 

For rosters, player add/drop forms, and rules, please visit the "downloads" tab and navigate to "adult softball."

Fall 2016 Adult Sports

Registration is now open for Fall 2016 Basketball, Volleyball, and Bocce leagues!

Register today at www.pleasantonfun.com as space is limited.

For more information, please see the below flyers:

Fall 2016 Adult Basketball Flyer

Fall 2016 Adult Volleyball Flyer

Fall 2016 Adult Bocce Flyer

Should you have any questions, please contact Nilo Velazquez at (925) 931-3439 or email nvelazquez@cityofpleasantonca.gov.


Adult Open Gym Programs

VOLLEYBALL, BASKETBALL & PICKLEBALL

Looking to try a new sport or practice one of your favorites? Lace up your tennis shoes and head over to one of our Open Gym Programs! All skill levels welcome! Equipment provided. No cash or checks will be accepted at the gyms. Purchase your 15-day punch pass online at www.pleasantonfun.com by searching for “Open Gym.”

Single day admission passes must be purchased in advance at the Community Services Department Office located at 200 Old Bernal Ave. 

Click here to signup for text and email communications - then follow these steps:
  • Click the link above.
  • Type in 1) your Name, 2) email address, 3) cell phone including area code, 4) click the Submit button.
  • Enter the 4 digit activation code that is texted to you.
  • Click the Validate button -- and you're Done! : -)
SEE YOUR SCHEDULE ON YOUR PHONE

On the go? From your phone, go to teamsideline.com - click Find Team Schedule to find your Team Schedule.


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