The following programs are independent, not for profit organizations, run by community volunteers. They are not affiliated nor endorsed by the Park District.
OBSA-Oswego Baseball & Softball Association
PONY Baseball and Pony Sugar & Spice are combined into one program that provides competitive baseball and softball in a positive atmosphere promoting sportsmanship and FUNdamentals. All youth 7-17 years of age that reside within School District 308 are eligible. For more information please http://oswegobsa.org
Oswego Cobras Baseball Club
Part of the Kane County Bronco League which includes teams from many surrounding communities, Oswego Cobras Baseball Club currently has 10 teams for ages 9-15 and plays at Oswego East High School. Our mission is to provide opportunity to children in school district 308 to play travel baseball, while helping them develop their baseball skills to prepare them to play high school baseball. Sportsmanship is promoted in a safe and fun learning environment. Tryouts are in July and August, but sometimes there is room for a player on a team during mid season. Contact Dave Schurr at 630.904.5708 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Get more information at www.oswegocobras.com.
Panther Soccer Club
Panther Soccer Club organizes traveling competitive teams for both boys and girls starting for those who are currently age 6 and are turning 7 before July 31st of each year though age 18. The Panther SC is one of the oldest, more established competitive soccer programs in the southwest suburban area. For more information please call the Panther Soccer information line at 630.585.3885, visit us on the web at www.panthersoccerclub.org or send us an email at email@example.com.
Oswego Blues Rugby Football Club
Find out more about the exciting sport of rugby! Our program is expanding and participation is open to both High School and Middle School students. Participation is open to students from all area high schools, including: Oswego, Oswego East, Aurora, East Aurora, and Yorkville. Contact Coach Bryce Elliot at 630.854.1050 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.oswegobluesrugby.com.
Warrior Rugby Football Club
Find out more about the exciting sport of rugby! Our program is expanding and participation is open to both High School and Middle School students. Participation is open to students from all area high schools, including Waubonsiee Valley, Metea Valley, East Aurora, Oswego, and Oswego East. Contact Coach Bryce Elliot at 630.854.1050 or email@example.com, or visit www.wvrfc.com.
Oswego Wolves Softball Association
OWSA is a girls’ fast-pitch, traveling softball program offering girls in school district 308 an opportunity to play ball. The emphasis is on sportsmanship, teamwork, skill development and fun, helping girls prepare for high school level play. Tryouts are in August, but sometimes there is room for a player on a team during mid-season. Contact Chris VanDegraft at 630.841.1422 or visit www.oswegowolves.com.
Oswego Warriors Tackle Football
The Oswego Warriors Football program is dedicated to teaching boys and girls, grades K – 9 , solid fundamentals, teamwork, sportsmanship, leadership and discipline in a safe, well organized environment. Emphasis is placed not only on the game of football, but on the importance of academics. The Warriors organization is a member of the Chicagoland United Youth Football Conference, formerly known as AYF, the largest football and cheer conference in the Chicagoland area. For more information please visit www.leaguelineup.com/oswegolandwarriors
Oswego Warriors Competitive Cheer
The Oswego Warriors Cheer program provides area youth grades K – 9, an opportunity to compete in a safety oriented environment. Teams have the ability to compete at the local, regional, and national level. Participants are instructed in tumbling, dance, and cheer basics as well as stunts appropriate to squad skill level and age. For more information please visit www.leaguelineup.com/oswegolandwarriors
Oswego Youth Tackle Football
The emphasis in Oswego Youth Tackle Football is safety, conditioning, and basics, while paying equal attention to sportsmanship and teamwork. Youth that reside within School District 308 are eligible. For more information visit www.oytf.org.
Cheerleader, Pom, and PeeWee Pom openings are limited, based on age and grade. Youth that reside within School District 308 are eligible. For information about the pom/cheer squad visit www.oytf.org.