Join FSMA’s Basketball Team!
FSMA is partnering with the YMCA of Delaware and having FSMA teams for the Winter of 2018!
Who is eligible? 7 – 8 year old boys and girls (there will be a co-ed 8U team) and boys 9 – 12 (there will be a 10U team and a 12U team)
Who will coach? Elementary basketball teams are typically coached by parent volunteers. If you are interested in coaching or helping to coach, please check that box below. Our program can only run if we have enough coaches.
Who will we play? FSMA will play other teams that are part of the YMCA Basketball League.
Dates and Times: Games are on Saturdays at Wilmington Friends School. Coaches will schedule practices outside of the games – it will be dependent upon your coach’s schedule and availability. Practices will be held at FSMA afterschool or in the evening.
Cost: There is a $50 fee to join the team. This will cover all costs (team registration and team shirt).
To sign up, please fill in the this sheet and return it to FSMA by 11/7 with $50 fee (checks made out to FSMA or cash). Please note that FSMA is facilitating the creation of the teams but all oversight will be done by parent volunteers and the YMCA of Delaware. You will be contacted in mid to late November with your team assignment. Practices will start in December with games starting in January.
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The bus will leave FSMA with enough time for the players to arrive at the destination 30 minutes prior to the game. Players will change prior to leaving FSMA and must take everything they need with them as they will be picked up by a parent/adult at the game. FSMA does not provide transportation back to school.
Players will be dismissed to the gym to change and warm-up prior to the game time. There is no bus transportation on these days and children must be picked up by a parent/adult after the game.
At all games, visitors are encouraged to come out and positively cheer on our basketball players. We hope you will support them in being positive role models, good sports, and strong representatives of FSMA.