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Get on the team! The county's team sports programs feature seasonal play for residents of all ages and abilities. Here, you'll find league information for sports like softball, basketball, running, and volleyball.

Important Information Regarding Winter Programs


Youth Basketball League Summer 2020

See links above for information regarding refunds for Youth Basketball League summer 2020.

  • Forms must contain an original parent/legal guardian signature and must be brought to the sports office at 111 Union Square Street SE Albuquerque, NM 87102 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Please read all pertinent information before signing.
  • The total payment per child must be made in full at the time of registration. The sports office accepts the following forms of payment: debit/credit, checks, and money orders. WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH.
  • If you are registering your child for the first time, please bring proof of age (DOB). Examples of proof can include but are not limited to: a birth certificate; a shot record; a medical card, etc.
  • If your child has played with County Sports before, but we cannot find your child(ren)’s name(s) in our system, we will request proof of age, which may be later emailed to: argutierrez@bernco.gov
  • If you are applying for the Reduced Rate Registration Program, please keep in mind that spaces are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis to eligible families. (Please see below for information on establishing eligibility). Once all allotted spaces are filled for the Summer Season, we will not be able to offer this program again until the Winter Season of YBL, in 2020-21. We encourage you to apply as early as possible before availability ends for this season. Should you have additional questions, you may call (505) 314-0415. Voicemails will be returned as soon as possible if the line is busy.

Please note the youth basketball registration form is double-sided. All information must be completed.

Application for Reduced Rate Registration

If you are applying for Bernalillo County’s Reduced Rate Registration Program and your family receives SNAP and/or TANF benefits, please review the documents above. If your family does NOT receive such benefits, you may also qualify on the basis of your income. You will need to fill out the application completely and provide all proof requested in order to apply. Please carefully review the Financial Guidelines information to ascertain eligibility.

Notice: Registration for the Reduced Rate Program will begin with regular Youth Basketball League registration on Jan. 27, 2020, and will continue until filled OR end by March 11, 2020. If being accepted, late registration fees will apply to ALL registration applications.

If you have further questions, please feel free to call the Sports office at (505) 314-0415. Or you can visit the sports office in Union Square at 111 Union Square St. SE, 87102 on the second floor. Click here to view a detailed map.

Youth Basketball Summer 2020

youth basketball summer league registration Jan. 27 - March 12

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