South Suburban offers many sports leagues year-round for both adults and youth. Pickleball is a drop-in activity at all 4 recreation centers. Leagues coming soon! We also offer hockey leagues at our two ice arenas located conveniently in Englewood and Centennial.

Adult Athletics Leagues

Current adult sports leagues this season:

Click here for more information on each of our leagues offered and for registration information.

Youth Sports Leagues

We offer many youth sports leagues year-round.  Please visit our Youth League Registration page for more information, or read more about all the youth sports we offer! (Note: not all sports are currently in-season)

Sports Dome Leagues

Too cold outside? No problem!  We offer athletics leagues year round at the Family Sports Dome. You can register for a number of leagues during any season!

Register today!


South Suburban proudly offers year-round hockey leagues and classes at our two state-of-the-art ice arenas, conveniently located in Englewood and Centennial.  For more information on hockey leagues, follow the links below:


Pickleball is like tennis, but played with a wooden paddle. It is also like badminton, but played with a wiffleball. It is similar to a ping pong ball, but bigger. Available in the gym at all 4 recreation centers for your enjoyment. Equipment is available at the front desk.

There are currently no open leagues or tournaments. To be the first to know about new leagues and tournaments, sign up for our Pickleball email list.

For questions and information about leagues and tournaments, please call the Athletics department at 303-798-7515.

Volunteer to Coach!

Volunteer to Coach Youth Sports!

  1. Download and fill out the application:
  2. Complete Concussion Awareness Training (choose one)
  3. Submit application and Concussion Awareness Training certificate to the Athletics Office by:
    • Email: For specific coordinator reference the sport league page of the catalog
    • Fax: 303-738-9691
    • Mail: 6631 S. University Blvd. Centennial 80121
  4. Contact the Athletics Office or league coordinator to inform them that you want to coach and for additional information.
  5. Tell your players to sign up for your team!