A description of programs commonly offered for adults can be found here. Actual programs may vary due to the number of participants and the season.
This youth program is designed for play regardless of ability. Most leagues play from April through mid July. Practice locations vary at local public schools and park district fields. Away games are played in Baseball Pony, Colt, Palomino and Softball Majors, High School, College leagues.
Basketball programs offered through the Wheaton Park District are one of many sports offered for variety of skill levels. The Wheaton Park District operates two websites for the following programs:
Program focuses on fundamental cheerleading skills with an emphasis on teamwork, safety and sportsmanship. Cheerleaders are expected to work as a team and attend 2-4 practices per week depending on age and ability level. Squads cheer at home Rams football games on Saturdays and Sundays starting in mid-August through the first week of November.
Try one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Young players are introduced to lacrosse through fun drills, scrimmages, and contests; while experienced players advance their skills and capabilities.
Proudly developing players for local high school programs, this competitive travel program participates in the West Suburban Bill George Youth Football League (BGYFL). Players learn and develop the fundamentals of tackle football, teamwork, sportsmanship and leadership in a supervised, organized, and safe atmosphere.
Corec and Girls’ soccer programs are offered which place emphasis on skill, tactics, sportsmanship, and fun. Teams meet no more than twice a week and the first two weeks are designated for practice. All games are played on Saturdays unless rainouts require make-up games.
This league emphasizes skills, fundamentals, sportsmanship and fun. At this age level, participants play on elementary high nets and use softer volleyballs. Everyone is guaranteed to play an equal amount of time.
This competitive travel soccer club is trained and coached by the Future Pros professional training company. The Wheaton Wings play against other “select” traveling clubs in northern Illinois. Players practice close to home and if fields close due to poor conditions, indoor space will be made available when possible. The league fields U9-U15 girls teams in the Illinois Women’s Soccer League (IWSL) and U8-U14 boys teams in the Northern Illinois Soccer League (NISL).