The 92 FSS Youth Sports Program at Fairchild AFB offers FUN experiences for your child to play sports, make friends and learn good sportsmanship. There's something for everyone, no matter what your child's level of fitness.
Your child could be enjoying one of our seasonal sports today with a quick phone call and the proper forms! There's something for everyone to enjoy at our youth facilities. Don't hesitate to reach out with questions, or become one of our volunteer coaches!
Fairchild has the opportunity to participate in the 4 Rec League playing against local recreation programs including Airway Heights, Cheney, and Medical Lake.
If your child wants to join cheer, they're on their way to better health. This aerobic activity is great for hearts, bones, muscles and is great for mood improvement. There are weekly practices and cheering at Saturday morning Youth Basketball games.
Youth Programs want to make sure every child has the opportunity to be a part of a sport. That's why our teams are built to handle everyone from the time they can walk on their own to the time they outgrow our facility!
Basketball is great to help your child get exercise, build endurance, improve balance and hand-eye coordination, learn strategy, and make friends. Best of all it's easy to play year-round! There are weekly practices and Saturday morning games.
The Youth Sports program provides opportunities for children to interact with other youth, volunteer leaders, and Youth Programs staff. It provides opportunities for parents to socialize with one another while supporting their children. Finally, those that volunteer to coach or referee serves the Air Force by passing along their knowledge and skills to the future of our community.
All Youth Sports registrations require a valid youth sports physical and immunization records prior to the registration being accepted. Physicals are valid for one year from the date of the issue and must be valid through the last day of the season.
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