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Welcome to Towamencin Youth Association's website!

Towamencin Youth Association (TYA) provides over 1,000 kids the opportunity to play youth sports year round. Fielding over 300 teams in four sports, TYA believes in allowing boys and girls to enjoy youth sports at an instructional or intramural level as well as travel and select teams. Regardless of the level of ability of a child, TYA's mission is to provide a fun and rewarding experience for all kids. 

Our organization is made up of volunteers and provides the youth of our community with various sports throughout the year. Please click on the sport name to obtain more information on that sport. Remember this organization does not exist without volunteers, get involved! Be a volunteer, your help can make a difference!

Fall baseball program Registration

Towamencin Baseball partners with other local organizations to offer a competitive inter-community Fall baseball program. The structure of the Fall Program is separated into A, AA, and AAA divisions. There is also baseball available for older players through our Connie Mack program.

Unlike our Spring program, registration is limited as there are a lesser number of teams. Registration is on a first-come first-served basis and we limit the number of players on each team to 13. Typically we field three teams in each of the A, AA and AAA Divisions. We accept a total of 39 registrations for each of those divisions. If enough players register to field four teams at a certain level, we will add a 4th team to that division as long as we are able to provide adequate coaching for each team.

Within each division a draft is used so that talent is divided as evenly as possible among the teams to ensure that each team is equipped to compete.

The season begins the weekend after Labor Day. There are 1 or 2 games played per weekend and they are played on either Friday nights (under lights), or on Saturday and Sunday. Games are held at Towamencin facilities as well as the fields of the other participating programs. Each of the divisions usually holds a small season ending tournament which concludes the last weekend in October with trophies awarded.

A-Division - A competitive league, this division is intended for boys, ages 7-8 old and some high skilled 6 year old's (as of April 30th) that plan on entering the Minors Division in the following Spring. A-Division games are played on a standard 46/60 field, (46’ mound / 60’ base-path), and feature kid pitch.  Registration fee $70.

AA-Division - A fully competitive league, this division is intended for boys ages 8-10 yrs old (as of April 30th) that have played in the Minors or Majors Divisions (Spring Season). It is geared for players who intend to play in the Minors or Majors Division the following Spring. AA-Division games are played on a standard 46/60 field and feature more advanced base running. Registration fee $70.

AAA-Division- A fully competitive league, this league is intended for boys ages 10-11 yrs old (as of April 30th) that have played at least one season in the Majors Division, (Spring Season). It is geared for players who intend to be evaluated for the Senior Majors Division the following Spring. AAA-Division games are played on a larger 50/70 field. Leads off of bases and pitcher pick-offs are introduced at this level. Registration fee $70.

Fall Connie Mack - Fall Baseball is also offered for older boys, (ages 12-15) through our Connie Mack program. Baseball is played on a major-league sized field, (60’ mound / 90’ base-paths). Information on that program is available under the Connie Mack section of the website. Registration fee $75.

EPYSA Day Camp Comes to Towamencin

 If you're looking to reach the next level in soccer, consider registering for the EPYSA day camp that comes to Towamencin's backyard the week of August 3-7, 2015.

This day camp runs from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. each day at Grist Mill (corner of Allentown and Forty Foot roads). Here's the chance for your son or daughter to grow as a player and be trained by nationally licensed coaches and members of EPYSA's ODP and educational staff. Why attend an EPYSA Day Camp? A staff composed of USSF nationally licensed coaches Optimal camper-to-coach ratio. Complimentary Nike ball and t-shirt. The opportunity for parents to enroll in coaching education courses at your club. High energy sessions for competitive players.

Education sessions/discussions centering on good nutrition, FIFA Rules and U.S. National teams Techniques and training methods for preventing sports injuries. Emphasis on technical and tactical training for individual and small sided games. Modern training methods to give players self-confidence to be successful.

Written player assessment by professional nationally licensed coaches Field players, strikers and goal keepers training. Travel teams get team training sessions about attacking and defending in groups 4v4, 6v6, 8v8 All sessions will emphasize player development in a stress-free, fun environment.

For more information, or to register, contact 

www.epysa.org/programs_camps/schedulelocations/

or

camps@epysa.org