Programs and Services
Facilities and Permits
The DC Pop Warner Football League has over 100 teams with over 3,400 youth athletes. The DC Pop Warner Football League has two divisions which compete against one another for the opportunity to represent DC Pop Warner Football in the regional playoffs in November.
DC Speed is the youth Track and Field Club of DPR. DC Speed is overseen by professional staff and the assistance of volunteers and parents.
The DPR Cheer program teaches chants, cheers, team building exercises, sportsmanship and team play.
The Mystics Youth Summer League was adopted to provide school-aged girls, residing in the Metropolitan area, the opportunity to play organized basketball throughout the summer months.
The DPR Youth Baseball program is committed to promoting and teaching the national pastime of baseball to District youth.
The Athletic Programs Administration (APA) of the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) run citywide Youth Basketball Leagues during the winter months.
The Athletic Programs Administration (APA) provides an Olympic Style Youth Boxing program for both boys and girls ages 8 to 21 years old.
The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) Athletic Programs Administration provides participants with the opportunity to learn the basics of the world's most popular sport, soccer
DPR Youth Softball is for girls 8-12 years of age. This moderate pitch softball program is part of a new comprehensive approach to community recreation programming for girls.
The Athletic Programs Administration (APA) offers a variety of Youth Tennis programs led by tennis professionals on during spring, summer, and fall.
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