P.O. Box 820571
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
Please visit the RYA Board page to email any current members of the Board of Directors.
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The Richland Youth Association (RYA) was established in 1964 and for over 50 years has provided year round sports experiences to the North Richland Hills and surrounding areas. Youth from age 3 to 14 participate in Baseball, 4 to 13 participate in Cheer, and age 5 to 12 participate in Basketball and Football. RYA strives to provide the highest level of competition for our athletes stressing the importance of team work, commitment, and of course FUN!
Our coaches in all sports are held to a very high standard. In addition to all coaches completing annual background checks, coaches also maintain coaching certifications by completing online classes through the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS).
Referees and Umpires complete several hours of training and are certified by their respective organizations annually as well. All referees and umpires additionally must complete an RYA background check annually and baseball umpires are all required to gain certification through NAYS Officials Training as well.
The Richland Youth Association is non-profit and educational organization whose mission is to foster the physical, mental and emotional growth and development of America's youth through the sports of Baseball, Football, Basketball, and Cheerleading at all levels of age and competition.
Thank you for taking time to review our program and we look forward to seeing you at one of our events soon! If you are interested in participating as a volunteer coach, assistant coach, or board member, please reach out and we'll answer any questions you may have!
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Check here between 2-3pm on rainy days, as the city's Parks and Recreation department will update us on the fields being open or closed for practices and games.
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