Youth Sports & Fitness
Don't miss out on Youth Sports Fitness (YSF) because you did not register for Child and Youth Programs (CYP)!
All Parents need to complete a new registration form, even if previously enrolled.
To enroll in any CYP or YSF activity (new registrations) please download all forms from our website, www.navymwrrota.com or go to School Age Care (SAC), Building 41 between 6 a.m.-6:30 p.m. and a CYP staff member will assist you.
Sign-up and pay online at https://www.navymwrrota.com/child-youth/cyp-online-payment
For pricing and more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 956-82-2839 or DSN 727-2839.
SELF SCREENING POLICY FOR CYP FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS CYP requires parents to self-screen their child(ren) / teen(s) prior to attending the program daily using our CYP Enhanced Health Screening Questionnaire. CYPs will post the Enhanced Health Screening Questionnaire to our front doors. Any child/teen that enters the School Age Care Program, Child Development Center and the Youth Center or arrives at a Youth Sports & Fitness activity will be presumed to have completed a self-screening by their parent and a CYP employee will administer a temperature check of the child/teen prior to program participation. As always, CYPs must follow regular exclusion criteria in the event that a child/teen displays illness symptoms while participating in the program. If this occurs, parents are required to pick-up their child/teen as soon as possible. Children/teens and parents are required to adhere to the CDC’s mask policy that all persons age 2 years and older must wear a mask in and around our CYP facilities and programs.
2022Youth Sports and Fitness Schedule
YSF will follow COVID-19 mitigation requirements and enrollment will be limited.
May-June: Baseball and Softball
June-August: Sports Camps and Clinic(Tennis, Golf, Soccer, Multi-Sport)
Local Sport Events scheduled throughout the year:
- YSF Winter break (December 2021)
- YSF Track Meets (January-Aprily)
- YSF Kids Fun Run (January or February)
YSF Program Volunteer and Coaches CPR Training
Call 956-82-4721 or DSN 727-4721 or email email@example.com for more information or to register for a training.
Youth Sports Program: Team and Individual Sports
The MWR Youth Sports Program offers a variety of organized sports and activities that promote the psychological, social and physical well being of Rota's youth. The program offers recreational activities that enhance physical fitness, self-esteem, teamwork and leadership skills. MWR provides the staff, equipment and playing areas necessary for the athletic and recreational development of children. There are team sports such as baseball, softball, soccer, basketball and flag football offered at different times during the year. There are also individual participation challenges and clinics such as Tennis, Swimming events and Fitness Clinics throughout the year.
Registration is advertised prior to the start of each new sports season. Following the mandatory skills assessment, players are evenly distributed into teams, based on skill level.
Parental involvement and volunteerism are key aspects of the Youth Sports Program. Clinics are held to train coaches and officials. Besides the need for volunteer coaches, there is also a need for team parents and other important roles.
Please Note: For each child participating in any Navy CYP Youth Sports Program, a minimum of one parent per household is required to enroll in PAYS and complete the required training. Please click here to get started!
Parents are required to complete online parent trianing (https://www.nays.org/parents/) and all registration paperwork, including medical concerns prior to registering a child for the activity.
For more infomration, please email Rota_youthsports@eu.navy.mil.
- FY2020 NAVSTA Rota Parent Fee Letter
- Navy CYP FY2020 Fee Policy Frequently Asked Questions
- CYP Registration Form
- Permission Statements Form
- Health Information Form
- Military and Family Life Consultant Form
- CYP Self-Release Form
- PAYS Parent Registation
- Assumption of Risk Form
?Handbooks and General Parent Information