Martin Youth Soccer Players, Parents and Sponsors,
Unfortunately, with the continuation of the Covid-19 virus causing a threat to our communities we have cancelled the Martin Youth Soccer 2020 season. There are high hopes and spirit that Martin All Sports will be able to play our other sports very soon and in a healthy enviroment. Thank you for your support and patience.
City of Martin
Parks and Recreation Staff
https://nfhslearn.com/courses/covid-19-for-coaches-and-administrators- If you are interested in this class, it is free through the NFHS. Just click on the link.
All Ball fields are open from 8am until dusk!!
Pavilions, Restrooms & Water Fountains remain closed at this time!
Parents this should give the kids something to do while they wait for baseball to start. This includes Softball as well. If they watch and go outside and try it, it could advance them above their peers come game time. This year there will not be a lot of practice time. Have them check these out!
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
Youth Basketball 2020-21 Registration will be October 12th thru October 25th 2020
Martin Youth Basketball League would like to thank our Sponsor Pepsi Mid America. They have provided the jersey for our Athletes.
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:
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.