T&C Sports offers 8 youth sports. Click on the sport below to register or get registration information.
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Summer Soccer Registrations
Futsal is a fun, fast-paced small-sided soccer game that develops technical skill and ability. Players enjoy hundreds of touches on the ball on the court and develop quick-thinking and passing skills. T&C is offering a Developmental League for individual players (U11-U19) and a Team League (U11-U14)…. Learn More
Fall Soccer Registrations
Division 2 (U11 – U19): Introductory level of competitive play designed for those who enjoy the social aspect of the game and want to continue to develop their skills through better competition. Learn more.
Super 2 (U11 – U19): Selection of players based on talent and ability. Teams participate in the Super II league within the District which requires more commitment with regard to travel and expense. Learn more.
Division 1 Select (U11 – U19): is recognized as the highest level of play within the state, players may be selected from across the state based on their ability, skill and commitment to the sport including a more demanding practice and game schedule. There is no play time requirement at this level. Learn more.
Premiere (U11 – U19): is the highest level of play at T&C Soccer, it is designed to provide an affordable, top-level soccer program with professional hands-on training in a developmental environment. Learn more.
T&C has partnered with Texas Play Hard to offer a recreational Girls Lacrosse program. All ability levels are welcome (beginner to advanced). The league’s focus is on fundamentals, team play, and good sportsmanship.
Fall Lacrosse (1st to 8th Grade): Training only (no games)
Spring Lacrosse (1st to 8th Grade): Primary Lacrosse season, most teams have two weekday practices with games usually played on the weekends. Home games are held at T&C while visiting games are held at other fields around Austin.
Recreational (4U to 14U): For ages 3 to 14, recreational baseball emphasizes fundamentals and instruction. Games are played at T&C. For the Spring season AA and AAA (more competitive) divisions are offered in 8U and 10U.
All Stars/Centex (6U to 14U): All Stars is offered in June for recreational players. Players are nominated by their coaches. Teams will play other area league teams.
Select/Open (9U to 16U): Open teams offer a highly-competitive environment compared to our recreational league play. These are invite only teams (players must try out and be selected by the team’s coach). Most teams will play and travel to tournaments throughout the season.
T&C’s Rec Flag Football league emphasizes age-appropriate fundamentals. All practices and games are played at T&C. Our three (3) age-specific playing Divisions follow:
Rookies (1st and 2nd Graders): Fundamental run and pass play execution are stressed for this age group. 6 games per season. No Playoffs
Juniors (3rd and 4th Graders): More advanced passing and receiving skills are stressed for this age-group. 6 games per season plus Playoffs.
Seniors (5th and 6th Graders): More complex playbook execution and defensive schemes are stressed for this age-group. 6 games per season plus Playoffs.
Recreational (6U to 14U): For ages 5 to 14, recreational softball emphasizes fundamentals and instruction. Games are played at T&C and other local softball leagues.
Pony All Stars (6U to 14U): All Stars is offered in the summer for recreational players. Players are nominated by their coaches. Teams will play other area league teams with a chance to qualify for a national tournament.
Select/Open (8U to 14U): Select teams offer a highly-competitive environment compared to our recreational league play. These are invite only teams (players must try out and be selected by the team’s coach). Most teams will play and travel to tournaments throughout the season.
Spring is a “Just Play” league without a practice night. Games will are usually played on both Wed and Sat starting after spring break at RRISD school gyms. Matches consist of four 10 minutes games.
Fall volleyball has a weekday practice and games mostly on Saturdays. There are two divisions based on school grade: 3rd-5th Grade and 6th -8th Grade . The middle school league is not open to girls who play on school teams.
Recreational basketball is offered for boys (grades 1st to 12th) and Girls (grades 1st to 8th). Registration usually opens early October. Space is limited and leagues fill up so register early. Games start in December and finish mid-February. One weekly practice in RRISD schools (starting after Thanksgiving). Games are typically on Saturday and Sunday at local RRISD schools.