The Plainfield Park District offers endless opportunities for youth to enjoy indoor and outdoor sports. A variety of instructional programs and classes, as well as leagues, are offered for boys and girls of all ages and skill levels throughout the year. Programs, classes and leagues vary by season and are available for online registration.

Register here for instructional classes and programs.

Current league offerings with more information are listed below.

Volunteer Coaches

The league relies on volunteer coaches. If you are interested in coaching a team, please contact Recreation Manager Dan Schaffer (Schaffer@plfdparks.org) for more information.

Volunteers are required to complete an application, pass a background check and read the Coaches Code of Conduct.

Volunteer Application

Background Check Form

Coaches Code of Conduct

League Information
  • Baseball

    2022 Kings of the ‘Field Baseball Tournament!
    (July 15-17, 2022)

    Join the Plainfield Park District for the Inaugural 2022 Kings of the ‘Field Baseball Tournament! This silver level tournament takes place in Plainfield at Bott Park, Ottawa Park and/or Four Seasons Park. This is a three-game minimum tournament with awards for first and second in each division for levels 9U to 14U. Baseballs are provided with single umpires for bracket play and two umpires for elimination play. Games may start as early as Friday evening.

    Fill out the Registration Form to enter.

  • Basketball

    Players learn the fundamentals of basketball through weekly practices and weekend games with an emphasis on proper techniques, knowledge of the rules, team strategy, participation and fun.

    Each player is provided a game T-shirt/jersey. Grades kindergarten through second grade receive a T-shirt, and grades third through eighth receive a reversible jersey.

    Practices take place week nights, one night per week. Games are played Friday-Sunday at the Prairie Activity & Recreation Center (PARC), 24550 W. Renwick Road in Plainfield.

    This league is dependent on volunteer coaches. If you are interested in coaching, please contact Dan at schaffer@plfdparks.org.

    • Schedule (coming soon!)
    • League Rules/Manual (coming soon!)

     

    Register Now

  • Flag Football

    Enjoy all the positive aspects of football without the physical risks. Participants develop skill position fundamentals along with sportsmanship, strategy, teamwork, self-control and self-discipline while competing and having fun!

    The first two weeks are practice only, with the following weeks consisting of a brief warm-up followed by a game. You do not need to attend for the entire time frame listed. Actual time slots will come out closer to the start of the season when the final number of teams are set. Each player receives their own set of flags and a jersey.

    This league is dependent on volunteer coaches. If you are interested in coaching, please contact Dan at schaffer@plfdparks.org.

     

    Register Now

  • Futsal/Soccer

    The Coed futsal/soccer league has been established for the purpose of introducing both boys and girls to organized soccer. It is the intention to teach players the rules of the game, develop skills, teach teamwork and good sportsmanship, and provide an opportunity for fun. The first two weeks are practices and the remainder of the season is games. Everyone receives a shirt.

    Participants have a one-hour time slot each day, so you will not need to attend the entire time listed. Times are determined based on the number of athletes/teams in the league and will be sent out closer to the start of the season.

    • Schedule (coming soon!)
    • League Rules/Manual (coming soon!)

     

    Register Now

  • T-Ball

    The Co-ed T-Ball League introduces both boys and girls to organized T-Ball. Players learn the rules of the game, teamwork, and sportsmanship while developing skills and having fun. The first two weeks are practices and the remainder of the season is games. Everyone receives a hat and shirt. Participants must bring their own glove and helmet.

    Participants have a one-hour slot each day, so you do not need to attend the entire time listed. Times are determined based on the number of athletes/teams in the league and will be sent out closer to the start of the season.

    This league is dependent on volunteer coaches. If you are interested in coaching, please contact Dan at schaffer@plfdparks.org.

     

    Register Now

Contact Us

Plainfield Park District
24550 West Renwick Road
Plainfield, IL 60544

(815) 436-8812

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