The Camp Pendleton MCCS Youth Sports program provides a positive sports experience for youth within the Camp Pendleton community. Sports include Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Flag Football, Soccer and Softball. We are an organized sports program for boys and girls ages 5-18 (age varies by sport), that focuses on safety, fun, and development. All coaches are background checked and certified through the National Youth Sports Coaching Alliance. CPYS is proud to practice inclusion throughout all sports, and welcomes all skill levels and abilities, no tryouts!
Registration is handled online or in person at the Youth Sports Office during the registration periods. View the season schedules for registration periods. Youth Sports has limited spots available, so all registrations will be taken on a first-come first-served basis. After the registration period has ended or a division becomes full, the Youth Sports Program will start a waiting list. It is not guaranteed that individuals on the waiting list will be assigned to a team, but will be placed if and when a spot becomes available. For more information, please call (760) 725-4188.
All sports start at age 5 and must be legal family members of Active Duty, Retirees, Camp Pendleton MCCS (NAF) employees or honorably discharged veterans with 100% service connected disability are authorized patrons in accordance with Base Order 1700.17E.
$54/Child for all sports. This includes a few uniform essentials, and their medal/trophy. $5 discount available for each additional child registered. (First child must pay full registration fee).
Spring Soccer, Basketball, and Cheerleading
Registration: January 19th – February 5th
Season: March 12th – May 14th
Fall Baseball, Softball, and Soccer
Registration: June 27th – July 15th
Season: August 27th – October 29th
Winter Flag-Football and Cheerleading
Registration: October 3rd – October 21st
Season: December 10th – February 18th
Introducing: Start Smart Soccer
Soccer Skills Development for ages 3 & 4
Registration: January 19th – February 5th
Season: March 12th – April 23rd
Volunteer coaches are very important to us at Youth Sports, and without them the children of Camp Pendleton would not have these programs! Interested in coaching? Please call (760) 725-4188 for more information!
All Active Duty Coaches receive a Letter of Appreciation and 110 hours of Volunteer Service Hours towards their service medal. All coaches will need to fill out a coaching packet, attend the coaches meeting to get certified, and complete a background check.
Monarchs for Marines Football & Dance Camp (10th anniversary!)
Saturday, June 25th 2016
Eric Dickerson Foundation Football & Cheerleading Camp
Friday, June 24th 2016
Coast 2 Coast Irish Soccer Camp
August 1st – 5th, 2016
Doug Baker Youth Baseball Clinic
August 20th, 2016
- Each Team is allowed up to four (4) coaches, one (1) head coach and three (3) assistants.
- If assigned a team, all coaches need to attend the coaches meeting to get certified.
- All Coaches will be subject to a Background Check.
- We work around your schedule – Coaches choose when and where they practice.
- CPYS will loan Coaches all the necessary equipment to run a successful practice.
- A Youth Sports Coaches’ Shirt (Yours to keep!)
- NYSCA Membership (We pay your fees!)
- Coaches with children in the program will receive a $10 refund at the end of the season.
- Certificate of Appreciation
- Active Duty Coaches will receive an LOA documenting 112 hours of Volunteer service.
- NYSCA members may participate in corporate discounts and exclusive programs.
- The top quality NYSCA training features two components: Coaching Youth Sports and a sport-specific training. The Coaching Youth Sports portion covers topics coaches of all sports need to know, such as working with parents; motivating kids; building confidence; instilling good sportsmanship; safety; and nutrition and hydration; among many other areas.
- In the sport-specific training coaches learn how to teach the basic skills and fundamentals of the particular sport they are coaching, as well as effective drills to use during their practices.
- After completion of the NYSCA clinic, coaches become full members of the National Youth Sports Coaches Association. As members, coaches receive many outstanding benefits to support them throughout their time as a youth sports coach.
- All NYSCA members receive a high quality membership card with key tag. Cards include the member’s name, membership ID, each sport completed, and expiration date.
- Each NYSCA Initial Level member receives $1,000,000 excess liability insurance coverage in case he/she becomes liable for an occurrence while coaching. The Excess General Liability coverage increases to $2,000,000, with an additional $250,000 in excess accident medical, for all coaches who have been with us for over a year.
- Coaches gain access to a members-only section of the NAYS Website, with coaching resources and additional training opportunities. These include a Resource Library, Coach Rating System, Skills and Drills section, and a coaching Forum. Coaches have the ability to complete several additional trainings at no cost, including Concussion Awareness, Bullying Prevention and Protection Against Abuse.
Gym & Field Locations
Lake O’Neill Field & Track
11 Area Soccer Fields
11 Area Football Field & Track
13 Area Paige Fieldhouse
21 Area Fitness Center
33 Area Fitness Center
52 Area Fitness Center
53 Area Fitness Center
Little Padres Baseball Field