• Before and After care is included in cost


Kids who participate in week-long Summer Sports at the Y discover so much more than their athletic abilities. They build character, develop self-confidence and create healthy relationships through positive competition. Participants will work daily on skill building and travel to other Y locations for Friday Play Days, this allows them to put their hard work into action. We encourage kids to bring their own specialized sports equipment (cleats, shin guards, glove, etc.), all fundamental equipment will be provided by the Y. A wide variety of sports are offered for kids of all skill levels and abilities.

Pick-Up and Drop-Off Site

Ridgedale YMCA
12301 Ridgedale Drive
Minnetonka, MN 55305

Participants will be bussed from drop-off sites to summer sports locations. Specific sites and some pick-up/drop-off locations are TBD.


Dates & Hours

For youth entering grades K – 6 in fall, 2016

Dates vary by sport. See specific sport information for dates.

Program Hours: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Includes Before and After Care: 6:30 – 8:30 a.m. and 4 – 6 p.m.


Member Participants: $195/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $220/week

One time, non-refundable deposit of $50 per week per child includes a program T-shirt and will be applied to the weekly fee. Weekly fee includes all field trip admissions and program supplies.

Weeks of June 13, July 5, July 25 and August 22 (No session July 4)

Kids learn the basic skills and techniques of soccer and improve on those skills as they learn to play every position. Our staff works through a curriculum with kids on ball-control, passing, trapping, shooting and defense. Participants have the option of bringing their own shin guards and plastic cleats.

Weeks of July 11, August 15 and August 29

Kids play every position and learn the basic offense and defense skills including catching, passing, capturing the flag, punting and kicking off a tee. Our focus is on teamwork, sportsmanship and learning the game without contact or tackling.

Weeks of June 27 and August 8

Kids learn the proper techniques of running, pacing, jumping and throwing. They will work on personal bests and learn about track and field greats and their success.

Weeks of June 20, July 18 and August 1

Players will progress through the skills of basketball: dribbling, passing, shooting and defensive skills through drills.

Weeks of July 5 and August 22 (No session July 4)

Participants develop and improve skills: throwing, catching, pitching, hitting and running bases.

Week of July 18

Kids will develop and improve their tennis techniques and skills: forehand, backhand, serving, anticipating the ball and play strategies. They’ll play a set or two as they learn the rules and unique scoring. Participants are encouraged to bring their own racquet. Tennis balls are provided.