Soccer Leagues for Those Ready For the Next Level

  • LEAGUE FORMAT As established teams progress in skills and team dynamic  development, our intermediate league provides a place to continue competitive development before moving to the advanced league. The focus remains on the Y's Core Values. New teams and free agents are welcome to participate, with approval from Y staff. As age groups progress some teams/players may choose to move to/from recreational, intermediate, and advanced formats to maximize progress and game play.

Registration Opens

Early Bird Registration Ends

Registration Ends

Practice Begins

Games Begin

Games End

spring 2022 2/7/2022 2/28/2022 3/7/2022 3/21/2022 4/2/2022 5/21/2022
SUMMER 2022 4/18/2022 5/9/2022 5/16/2022 5/31/2022 6/6/2022 7/22/2022
FALL I 2022 6/27/2022 7/18/2022 7/25/2022 8/15/2022 8/27/2022 10/15/2022
FALL II 2022            
Session Format
  • GAME COUNT 7 games per season held at the Farha Sports Center Turf Fields
  • POST-SEASON  Single Elimination
Game Format
  • Score and Standing Kept
  • 10 minute playing time required
Uniform Policy
  • TEAM CHOICE Matching shirts/jerseys required with numbers on front and back
How can I access the sports registration paperwork?

While we welcome you to enroll in sports at the front desk of any branch location - you can also enroll in sports online.

My child has never played an organized sport before - is the YMCA an appropriate place to start?

We believe we are the BEST place to start. Our organized sports are organized by age and, in some cases, gender. Our more popular sports (by way of enrollment and participation numbers) are also often organized by skill level, too. When your child enrolls in sports at the YMCA they are assured a spot on the team, they will receive coaching and support, and they will play in each game - presuming they are honoring their commitments to the team and their own development.

Do you offer competitive/club/league/traveling sports?

Yes. We welcome beginners and those just learning a sport but we also want to continue to challenge athletes as their skills develop. We offer a variety of competitive levels/options within the Greater Wichita YMCA including monthly/short season sports including our young kid and recreational leagues. including the following (for links to intro sports - click on the above question about sports offerings):

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Climbing
  • Dance
  • Flag Football
  • Gymnastics / Tumbling
  • Karate
  • Music Theatre
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • T-Ball
  • Taekwondo
  • Volleyball

For those who want a longer commitment/season and to develop - we have Academy options for:

  • Basketball
  • Dance
  • Gymnastics
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball

We have some Advanced options including:

  • Basketball
  • Dance
  • Gymnastics
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball

And we offer Club / Competitive teams for a number of sports programs including:

  • Dance
  • Gymnastics
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball


What is the difference between a YMCA Branch and a YMCA Farha Sports Center?

While very much a part of the Greater Wichita YMCA, our YMCA Farha Sports Centers (located adjacent to the Richard A. DeVore South YMCA Branch and near the Andover YMCA Branch) are exclusively used for organized sports. They don't have general fitness centers for every day member use, studios, racket sport courts, or pools. They do offer 65,000 square feet of turf on six fields, 180,000+ square feet of hardwood floor courts, and weight rooms and fitness facilities for teams that use the facilities. There are also concession stands and spectator seating.