Community Youth Sports
There are many independent sports organizations in the City of La Habra. While these organizations hold meetings, registration events and games at City facilities, they are NOT City programs. For information about any of these programs or to register for any of these programs, please contact them via the information included below:
Founded in 1974, AYSO Region 94 serves the communities of La Habra, Brea & Fullerton. AYSO holds both an open registration league during the fall and a Spring Select League for divisions U-5 through U-19, serving approximately 1,300 children. There are six philosophies under which AYSO operates: everyone plays, balanced teams, open registration, positive coaching, good sportsmanship, and player development. The home field for Region 94 is Imperial Middle School in La Habra.
La Habra Pumas (Soccer)
The La Habra Pumas are a competitive boys' soccer club with teams in the U-9 through U-17 divisions. Their goal is to provide an affordable opportunity for any child that has the desire to play at a competitive level. Pumas play in games and tournaments throughout Orange and Los Angeles Counties. Home games are played at Osornio Park. You may also call 714-403-7764 for more information.
La Habra City Little League (Baseball)
The La Habra City Little League District 56 consists of La Habra, as well as parts of La Habra Heights, Brea and Whittier. Founded in 1959, the league hosts spring and fall seasons for ages four through 18, with approximately 800 children playing each season. LHCLL also holds a
District 56 Challenger League (Baseball)
District 56 Challenger League is designed specifically for children with special needs. The Challenger Division was established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, ages 4-18, or up to any age, to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of other children who participate in this sport worldwide. Today more than 30,000 children participate in more than 900 Challenger Divisions worldwide. One of the benefits of having a Challenger Division is that it encourages the use of "buddies" for the Challenger players. The buddies assist the Challenger players on the field but whenever possible, encourage the players to bat and make plays themselves. However, the buddy is always nearby to help when needed Challenger District 56 encompasses all 11 leagues in our district and 7 cities-which include Brea, Whittier, La Habra, Placentia, Fullerton, Hacienda Heights and Yorba Linda. For more info contact: Dave Gaytan @ email@example.com.
La Habra Girls Softball Association
La Habra Girls Softball Association is a recreational fast-pitch softball league for girls ages five through 14 years. An average of 500 girls participate in both spring and fall seasons, with home games played at La Bonita Park. Its goal is to provide all girls an opportunity to play, as well as to promote good sportsmanship and high character.
La Habra Pop Warner (Football & Cheer)
Founded in 1969, La Habra Pop Warner has offered football and cheerleading for children ages five through 15 years. They also have a Challenger program for children with special needs. On average, the organization serves up to 500 children and encourages sportsmanship, teamwork, and high academic standards. Their season runs from August to November, with home games played at Esteli Park.
La Habra NJB (Basketball)
La Habra NJB hosts basketball leagues for both boys and girls in grades two through eight who live in La Habra. NJB is California's largest youth basketball league for over 36 years. NJB is a 501(c3) non-profit that exists to promote community through basketball. Everyone plays at NJB! When you select your city and register your athlete, every player makes a team. The team is eligible to participate in NJB's divisional/recreational league during each season.
Low Income Sponsorship Application
The City of La Habra offers sponsorship opportunities for youth who would like to participate in these sports programs, but because of limited resources, are not able to afford registration. Applicants must meet the federal low income/poverty guidelines listed on the application. A limited amount of funding is available, so requests are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Because of the many requests and limited resources, we may need to limit the amount of the scholarship to a portion of the registration fee. Please note that if you are applying for a sponsorship for more than one child in your family, you must fill out an application for each child. Download a copy of the scholarship application (PDF).