Softball and Baseball fields are officially closed November 2nd and will reopen March 1st 2021  


Youth Basketball 2020-21 


All over Weakley County and other neighboring counties are having to cancel their Youth Basketball Season due to schools not able to allow outside sports groups and their activities in the gyms with CDC Guidelines on Covid-19.  The ventilation in closed in areas is not practical when trying to keep social distance and the germs that travel through the air from person to person.  The City of Martin’s number one concerns in youth sports is the safety of the children.  The city is trying extremely hard to get youth sports up and active for the 2021 new year.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.


Mike Garvin

City of Martin

Sports Coordinator


Martin Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth Baseball 2021 Registration begins February 8 through February 21 2021


Martin FASA Girls Softball 2021 Registration begins February 8 through February 21 2021





Martin Youth Soccer Registration for the 2021 Season will begin July 26 through August 8 2021


Martin Youth League Football


Grades: 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th


OBJECTIVE OF LEAGUE: Enjoyment by participants while learning the sport.

Commissioner Chad McDaniel 731-514-3887



Martin offers a variety of sporting activities for all ages. Listed below is our tentative yearly schedule of athletic leagues.

  • January – March: Youth League Basketball Games
  • February – Baseball and Softball Registration Begins and End of Basketball
  • March – Baseball and Softball Season Begins
  • May – October: Adult Softball (Not Available at the moment)
  • June – Baseball and Softball TOURNAMENT games
  • July – Soccer Registration
  • August – November: Soccer begins
  • October – Youth League Soccer and Youth League Basketball Registration Begins
  • November- End of Soccer and start of Youth Basketball Practices
  • December – Youth League Basketball Practice

TN State Law requirements for concussion policies:

City of Martin Concussion Policy

Concussion Information & Signature Form for Coaches

Student-Athlete & Parent-Legal Guardian Concussion Statement

Tennessee Concussion Return to Play Form

TN State Law requirements for student athletes about sudden cardiac arrest:

The Tennessee General Assembly passed a new law in April 2015 requiring coaches and parents of athletes 18 years and younger to be informed about the signs and symptoms of sudden cardiac arrest.  The law went into effect January 1, 2016.  The Tennessee Department of Health has training material available free of charge at www.tn.gov/health/topic/sudden-cardiac-arrest-prevention-act.