GirlIn addition to the youth sports leagues and activities provided by the City of Roseville, we also partner with private youth sports organizations who utilize our fields and facilities for practices and games. Click here for more information about City of Roseville Athletic Fields.

Parent Code of Ethics.
Private Youth Sports Organizations
Code of Conduct Recognition Cards
Youth Sports Coalition

City Sponsored Activities
In addition to the leagues listed above, the City of Roseville offers a huge selection of youth sports camps and classes in everything from skateboarding to hockey, cheer leading to karate. Check out our most current activity guides to find the right fit for your child!

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Partner Organizations

Roseville West Little League
(916) 740-6283
Roseville Youth Soccer Club 
(916) 786-6387
Woodcreek Little League
Granite Bay FC 
(916) 791-3581
Maidu Little League
(916) 786-2036

Roseville Jr. Tigers Football
(916) 532-7690

Lakeside Little League - Granite Bay
(916) 773-5648

Oakmont Jr. Vikings Youth Football/Cheer
(916) 723-4899

Roseville Pony Baseball
Woodcreek Jr. Timberwolves

Roseville Girls Softball
(916) 782-5260

Placer Youth Soccer League
(916) 783-1368

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Arena Soccer Leagues
For complete Youth Arena Soccer Schedules, visit

Youth Indoor Soccer Leagues are now open for team registration. Offered to boys and girls divisions U8's-U19's.
Youth Arena Soccer Rules-updated 12/07
Team Roster

Coed Sports Programs
Our sports programs are designed for kindergarten-6th grade. Various sports such as soccer, basketball, baseball, lacrosse, volleyball, ice skating/hockey, tennis and flag football are offered year round. For more information, contact (916) 774-5990 or visit the main page and view the current Parks and Recreation Program Brochure.

Golf Leagues
Both Diamond Oaks Golf Course and Woodcreek Golf Club are city-owned and provide youth golf leagues, lessons and clinics. For more information, visit our golf pages.

Youth Co-ed Flag Football
Our goal is to teach life lessons through teamwork, sportsmanship, active movement and skill development. This is a recreational program and we stress this with all coaches and parents.
Winning is not important, having FUN is.

For complete Youth Flag Football information, visit

Volunteer Coaches
Programs such as recreation
NFL Flag Football rely on volunteer coaches. If you are interested in becoming a coach, please contact us at (916) 774-5990. All of our volunteer coaches must pass a background check in order to coach.

For complete information, visit


City Sponsored Activities
Partner Organizations
Youth Sports Coalition

Looking for Adult Sports?
Check out our selection of Adult Sports leagues and programs.

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