Seeking INEXPENSIVE Kid Programs: Soccer, Basketball Etc -Dallas 75238 - Dallas,TX

Updated on June 07, 2012
C.R. asks from Dallas, TX
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Hello- I have 4 active boys (13, 10, 6 & 3 years old) and am interested in local soccer, baseball, basketball sports programs/groups to put my children in. I have searched online and seem to only find expensive programs- estimated $200 for each kid. Are there any local INEXPENSIVE programs (Dallas, 75238) that are out there? Am I just not looking in the proper places or are ALL programs pretty much going to cost this much? With 4 boys at $200 is too much for my budget & hopefully some other parents out there can help me find a better deal or have suggestions that can help. Thanks for reading and all responses.

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Most cities parks & rec programs & classes, and they are normally dirt cheap. I found the site for Dallas - https://www.dallasrectrac.org/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/wbsearch....
and the prices are pretty reasonable and there is a wide variety classes for most age groups.

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K.B.

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I am not sure where you have been looking, but I believe that most YMCA programs would only be about $75, which usually includes a t-shirt which would be their uniform. Possibly the older kids teams may choose to buy uniforms, but when my kids did YMCA sports they didn't have to buy a uniform. Also, UPWARDS is a great program that is offered at churches. I think the only program near you would be at First Baptist Church Garland. They only charge about $70 and that includes a uniform. You may have to buy equipment like shoes, gloves, bats, etc. But you would not need to buy real expensive stuff and they could share some of the equipment. All you should need for soccer is shoes and they have soccer shoes at Academy for for less than $20.

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B.G.

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try church or local boys club or girls scouts or soccertots.com
they have free programs at library.. check it out and ask the neighbors instead of going on line go to a soccer club find out about if you work there or volunteer will they give you price off

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D.M.

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July 16th-20th | McKinney Campus, Covenant Church

Our 3rd Annual UW Sports Camp "Beyond the Gold" is coming up July 16th thru 20th! The camp is open to ages 4-12 and the following sports will be available:

Basketball (boys and girls)
Football (boys only)
Soccer (boys and girls)
Cheer (girls only)
Team 45 (boys and girls ages 4 & 5). Team 45 will teach your little one the basics of throwing, catching, jumping, running and other basic motor skills.

The cost for Sports Camp is just $60. Camp is Monday thru Friday from 9:00 am to 12:15 pm. Each camper will receive a "Beyond the Gold" t-shirt and a daily snack. You will receive a confirmation letter with more camp details once you register.

Click here to register for "Beyond the Gold" Sport Camp.

For further information, contact Pam Ellison at [email protected]____.com or ###-###-#### ext 1708.

Looking to get fit this summer? Our rec center offers a variety of classes for kids and adults. From football, to kickboxing to yoga and more. Check out what all you can do!
Recreation | First Baptist Richardson, Texas | Dallas Area Church
fbcr.org
North Central Expressway and Arapaho in Richardson, schedule, events calendar, ministry info, directions and contacts.

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S.H.

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I'm doubtful that you'll find programs that are under $200 in Dallas area, think about it - if the program last 8 weeks and met twice a week for 2 hours, that's only $6.25/hr. You'd pay a babysitter more and they aren't going to be teaching your child a sport.

Maybe seek programs offered through church youth programs...seems like they would offer summer softball or similar options and the price would probably be lower or maybe even free.

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