Basketball · Fall / Winter

Did you know that Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Chamique Holdsclaw, Magic Johnson, Shaq, and dozens of other NBA and WNBA  stars began playing at the Boys & Girls Club? It’s true! And The Club is a great place for players in Kindergarten through 6th grade, from lifetime hoopers to kids just learning the game. So if your youngster wants to play in the NBA, or just have a great time ballin’ with other kids, the Boys & Girls Club is the place to be!

       

     

Upcoming Season Information

 

2024 K-1st Grade Mini’s Basketball

Registration Dates

  • Opens: January 15th
  • Closes: January 26th

Program Dates

  • March 11 – April 25th

Practice Options

  • Ferndale: Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday practice options

Cost

  • $80 Program Fee
  • +$40 2023/2024 Membership fee

Upcoming Season Information

 

2024 2nd- 5th Grade Winter Basketball

Divisions

  • 2nd-3rd Grade COED
  • 4th-5th Grade Girls
  • 4th-5th Grade Boys

Registration Dates

  • Opens: Monday, November 6th @ 10am.
  • Closes: Friday, November 17th @ 11:59pm.

Program Dates

  • Wednesday, January 17th, 2024 – Saturday, March 9th, 2024.
  • No practice on February 19th (Presidents Day).

Practice Options & Gameday Info

  • Bellingham: Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday Practice options.
  • Games on Saturdays starting February 3rd.

Cost

  • $180 Program Fee
  • +$40 2023/2024 Membership fee

Upcoming Season Information

2024 Middle School Basketball

Divisions

  • 6th-8th Grade Girls
  • 6th-8th Grade Boys

Registration Dates

  • Opens: January 15th
  • Closes: February 9th *deadline extended!*

Program Dates

  • March 11th – April 27th

Practice Options & Gameday Info

  • Bellingham: Monday/Wednesday or  Tuesday/Thursday practice options
  • Ferndale: Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday practice options
  • Games on Saturdays starting March 16th

Cost

  • Program Fee TBD
  • +$40 2023/2024 Membership fee

It is important to recognize that athletes come in various skill levels and abilities. It is common practice for coaches to separate athletes by skill level for certain practice drills and games. This allows for fair and balanced competition and ensures that athletes of similar abilities are competing against each other. Separating athletes by skill level does not diminish the hard work and dedication that each athlete puts into their sport. Regardless of skill level, all athletes deserve respect and recognition for their efforts and achievements.

Refund Policy: Membership fees are non-refundable and are not prorated for any reason. Athletic Fees Refunds will be given as a credit that can be used by any child in the household for one year from the date of credit and only if the participant is injured and has an excuse from a doctor stating that they are unable to participate. If the injury occurs before practices start, a 50% credit will be granted. If an injury occurs after the first practice no credit will be granted.

We are proud to partner with DICK’S Sporting Goods to bring new equipment and supplies to our teams. Thank you DICK’s for investing in our community’s youth.