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Youth Athletic Coaches
Coaching Youth Athletic Programs
Volunteer coaches are needed for various youth sports programs year round. If you are interested in passing on your knowledge of a sport or just want to help out with a youth sports team, please volunteer to coach. Below are the youth athletic programs that offer volunteering opportunities.
Youth Athletic Programs which need volunteers:
  • Basketball/ Little Dribblers (January - March)
  • Lacrosse (March - May and September - October)
  • Volleyball (March - May and September - October)
  • Baseball, Softball, Boys T-Ball (May - July)
  • Girls T-Ball and Little Sluggers (June - July)
  • Track (June - July)
  • Tennis (June - July)
  • Cross Country (August - October)
Angela Delier at 303.464.5542, or Sandy Nobles at 303.464.5522


Application and Forms
To volunteer to coach for Broomfield Recreation, ALL coaches must complete a General Volunteer Application form and applicable forms for their sports.
General Volunteer Application (Necessary for all sports)
Little Dribblers Basketball (K-2nd grade):      Information Sheet     Coaches Letter
Youth Basketball (3rd-8th grade):      Information Sheet      Coaches Letter
Boys Tee Ball (5-6 year olds):      Information Sheet      Coaches Letter
Boys Recreational Baseball (6-15 year olds):      Information Sheet     Coaches Letter
Boys Lacrosse (6-15 year-olds):      Information Sheet     Coaches Letter     Cell Phone Release


Broomfield Recreation Services Coaches Training

Slideshow with general information about Broomfield Recreation Youth Athletic Coaching.
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Concussion Training
Must be completed before you can get your roster
Jake Snakenberg Youth Concussion Act requires anyone coaching youth 11-18 years old in an organized sport to complete concussion training. This can be accomplished online. This is a yearly requirement that is a mandate from the State of Colorado. Coaches can complete the on-line training at http://brain101.orcasinc.com/4000/ or http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/Training/index.html. Please print or email the certificate that you will receive at the end of the course to us. This must be completed before the coaches meeting for your sport. You cannot receive your team roster until this is completed.