In-House baseball leagues are designed purely for the fun of playing a game. If you feel your son must play at a more competitive level, we have the All-Star Tournament and the Travel league programs available to you when they reach 9 years of age. The In-House All-Star Tournament team is for children 9 years of age and the Travel teams range from 10 years old up to 14 years old. If you require information on the Tournament team you can check the Tournament pages of the Baseball website. Regarding Travel, please check the Travel Baseball section of this website. Travel is a separate division from In-House Baseball.
Schaumburg Flyers Travel Baseball
The travel baseball season begins April 1st and runs through August 1st. Most teams play in the highly competitive Mid Suburban Baseball League, and play in Chicago area tournaments during that same time. Some teams choose to travel outside of Illinois to play in regional or national tournaments.
Flag is an in-house program, divided into (2) age groups, 5-7 year olds and 7-9 year olds. The seven year olds are divided between the divisions based on size and maturity. The flag season begins the first of August and finishes by the end of October. Flag practices Monday through Friday for the first two weeks of August. During this period players are evaluated and a draft is held to form teams. For the remainder of August, flag practices two to three nights per week. After the players return to school, flag practices twice a week, with games on Saturdays. The season consists of approximately eight games.
Cheerleading and Dance
The SAA Cheerleading & Dance program is designed to provide a positive learning environment that focuses on having fun, building self-esteem and teaching valuable teamwork skills. The program is open to male and female athletes in kindergarten through high school. No previous cheerleading or dance experience is required.
Our season runs from July through December and offers a range of activities from cheering/performing at football games, community events and spirit rallies to competitions for all of the participants. SAA Cheer & Dance is a proud member of the IRCA (Illinois Recreational Cheer Association).
In house soccer leagues are organized as follows and all children will be assigned to teams based on their grade in school.
Kindergarten and Girls' teams play on Saturday. Boys' teams play on Sunday. High school games will be played at 3:00pm on Saturday or Sunday. All games are played at Atcher Park.
The Fall season begins with practices in mid August, games start the first weekend after Labor Day with the final outdoor game played on the last weekend of October. The Spring season begins with practices in late March and games on the first weekend in April and ends in early to mid June with a tournament.
SAA-SCU Travel Soccer
The Travel Soccer Program provides professional training and program management for soccer players who are looking for a more advanced playing experience.
Our program is open for girls and boys in First Grade through Senior year of high school. Teams will be formed in late Fall and games will be played from January through March. All teams are headed by a volunteer coach and all players will receive a participation trophy. Games are played on Friday and Saturday, with one weekday practice.
The SAA Girls' Recreational Softball Program exists solely for the purpose of providing a wholesome summer activity for young ladies ages 5 through 19. As an essential part of this purpose, we are committed to the instruction of participants in the proper skills to play the game of softball and to the teaching and modeling of good sportsmanship. Please note our program uses and operates under the guidelines of the Schaumburg Athletic Association
Schaumburg Sluggers Travel Softball
The Schaumburg Sluggers travel teams practice during the off-season and play in 8+ tournaments throughout the season. Teams are formed at the 10 & under, 12 & under, 14 & under, 16 & under, and 18 & under age divisions. Check out the individual team sites for more information.
At the 10U level, most games and tournaments are in the northwest suburban area. At the 12U and 14U level, practice games and some tournaments are in the Chicago area; some tournaments outside the Chicago area; and strong push towards qualifying for Nationals. At the 16U level, practice games in the Schaumburg area; some tournaments within Illinois, college recruiting tournaments in other states; and emphasis on qualifying for ASA / NSA, Nationals. Finally, at the 18U level, emphasis on placing players in colleges; college recruiters' tournaments in Florida and Colorado, and goal is to qualify for ASA nationals.
The Schaumburg Athletic Association is a not for profit group that serves the Schaumburg Community. Our volunteer commissioners, managers, and parents supervise nearly 6,000 youngsters ranging in age from 5-19. We are committed to sportsmanship and fair play and provide many incentives and positive role models for our children to follow. Each sport is reminded that the boys and girls should have fun playing their sport while at the same time having a great learning experience.
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Don't miss out on the opportunity to have your athlete participate in the SAA/SCU Youth Development Academy Soccer Camp coached by Ryan Lakin NCAA Division I Men's Soccer coach at Illinois Wesleyan University.
SAA is currently involved in an effort to "gauge" the interest level within our community for a new Lacrosse program. Please CLICK HERE to take our Lacrosse survey. Your feedback is a critical component of our planning strategy.
All Star weekend is right around the corner!
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Registration for an opportunity to tryout for the Schaumburg Sluggers girls travel softball program is now open. CLICK HERE to register.
Fees increase by $25.00 starting midnight on June 23, 2013
SAA you may take the floor! Practices may officially begin 7/1 - check with your managers for the start date for your squad. Also, make sure you go to the IRCA Shoppe website to get the State Dance Party tickets that are hotter than JB and 1D. They go fast and sell out every year!
Schaumburg Athletic Association -- recipient of the Village of Schaumburg 1995 Volunteer Organization of the Year Award -- provides a supervised environment for young people in our community to participate in organized sports.
Established in 1960 as the Schaumburg Boys Baseball Association, with only a few teams and some dedicated volunteers, SAA was off and running. Today, we have eight sports and over 6,000 participants. Outdoor facilities are provided to the SAA by the Schaumburg Park District and indoor facilities are provided through the Schaumburg Park District by Schaumburg Elementary School District 54 and Schaumburg/Palatine High School District 211.
The eight sports sponsored by the SAA are: Baseball, Travel Baseball, Boys & Girls Basketball, Cheerleading, Football, Softball, Recreational Soccer and Travel Soccer.
It is the mission of the Schaumburg Athletic Association to help foster sportsmanship, teamwork, development and self-confidence in the area of youth athletics in an environment which promotes safety and fun
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