As well as the great choice of sports offered at the schools, Somerville offers many opportunities for teens to get involved in sports and fitness activities at the level they choose.
Sports, Fitness & Recreation
Babe Ruth Baseball
Somerville Babe Ruth is a second year recreational baseball program for 13-15 year olds based out of Somerville, MA. Our facilities are located in Somerville.
See Somerville Recreation Department and Somerville YMCA
Brooklyn Boulders Somerville is a new type of community space, inspired by the incredible people drawn together by climbing. The climbing community is active, inclusive and engaged. Our space is expressly designed to harness this energy.
New climbers, hardcore climbers, fitness buffs, zen-fueled yogis, creatives, and entrepreneurs — our space was built with you in mind. Come experience work, life and play all under one roof.
Dilboy Pool is an open air pool for the summer months. Individual and family passes are available.
Esh Circus Arts
Want to learn to fly? Want some excitement in your fitness routine? Just want to have fun? Circus classes at Esh focus on building strength and confidence, developing body awareness, and learning to move and think creatively while maintaining an emphasis on proper technique and injury prevention. Our small classes allow students of all levels to learn at their own pace, with movements tailored to each student's skill, fitness, and flexibility level.
Veterans Memorial Rink at 570 Somerville Ave, Somerville offers a full size rink and a smaller one with skate rental for all ages
Kennedy Pool is an indoor, year-round pool at the Kennedy School run by Somerville Public Schools. It offers swimming classes for infants through teens and specific lap swim times.
Latta Brother Memorial Pool
Latta Brother Memorial Pool at Foss Park is an open air pool for the summer months.
Middle School Intramural Sports
Somerville Public Schools offers seasonal intramurals for 7th and 8th graders including basketball, swimming, tennis, volleyball, soccer and more.
The OPENAIR Circus is a Somerville based non-profit organization, offering classes for children in the summer, workshops for children and adults, and performance opportunities for its students. As a community based organization, the OPENAIR Circus works to encourage neighborhood participation in the arts, and to promote leadership and self-esteem for children and teens.
Parkour offers indoor and outdoor programs for ages 6-13, designed to strengthen kids focus, coordination and confidence.
Sacco's Bowl Haven
Candlepin bowling, flatbread pizza, and fun!
45 Day Street, Somerville MA 02144
Somerville Public Schools Athletics
See the wide variety of sports and activities offered by the Somerville Public Schools. Check requirements, dates for tryouts, games and much more!
Somerville Recreation Department
Somerville Recreation Department offers a range of activities for students of all ages. From Sprout sports for preschoolers, to ice skating, basketball and flag football, check out their website and updated guide for more information.
Somerville Road Runners
SRR Kids is a FREE community-based non-competitive youth running program for kids. The emphasis of this program is on participation, developing a healthy lifestyle, and having FUN!
Somerville Youth Softball Organization is dedicated to providing a positive learning environment for girls to learn fundamental softball skills, become great teammates and have fun learning and playing the game of softball.
The Somerville YMCA hosts various fitness facilities and offers a variety of camps, programs, and activities for children year-round. As well as swimming, the YMCA offers indoors soccer, basketball, karate and gymnastics for different age groups.
101 Highland Ave., Somerville MA 02143
Somerville Youth Soccer League
The objective of the SYSL is to provide an opportunity for youth to participate in the sport of soccer as part of an organization comprising players, parents, volunteers and corporate sponsors. The SYSL is devoted to providing training in the rules and regulations of the sport, encouraging the development of individual skills, promoting physical fitness, and fostering teamwork and fair play.
See Kennedy Pool and Somerville YMCA
Title IX Girls Running Club
Sign up your girl for a season of Title IX Girls Running Club and she’ll spend weeks learning how to run and how to run her world. She won’t just learn to flex her muscles—she’ll learn to flex her mind.
Whole Girl Workout™
Our original, award-winning, program teaches girls ages 9-15 about principles of mental health like mindfulness and compassion in a supportive, exercise-oriented team environment.
We meet every girl where she is, which means no running experience is required, all skill levels are welcome and partial and full registration scholarships are available.