Registration is now closed.

The season is set to begin August 24th. It will run 12 weeks through the end of November. 

For those who are already registered please allow your coach the first 2-3 weeks of August to contact you. If you have more than one child you may not hear from the coaches at the same time.

Practices times and locations will be announced by your coach. The game schedules will be out by August 22nd.

THank you and we look forward to seeing you on the field!

The 42nd Annual SCPAL Golf Tournament

The 42nd Annual SCPAL Golf Tournament
at Castlewood Country Club

September 1, 2022

More Information Register Now

The members-only Castlewood Country Club has opened their doors allowing us an opportunity to play on their exclusive courses.

Please join us on the golf course as we come together for an important cause.

The Annual Golf Tournament is the largest SCPAL fundraising event of the year. Your participation keeps positive activities thriving for our local youth.

This year marks the event’s 40th anniversary, and we are excited about welcoming you to what promises to be our best ever golf outing.

For more information about the golf tournament Please click here , or contact Catalina Rangel at the Santa Clara PAL office: chernandez1@santaclaraca.gov or call at 408-615-4879

2019 Soccer Registration


2022 Soccer

IMPORTANT 2022 Season Info:
The Santa Clara PAL Soccer program is for youth from 4 to 18years old. We are committed to providing an opportunity to learn leadership skills, gain confidence, learn teamwork, and to engage our youth in a love of soccer.
  • The soccer season runs from late-August to early-November (Dates TBD)
  • Our players will learn to be part of a team, will gain self-confidence, and become leaders in their sport and in life.
  • All participants play and practice.
  • All practices are in Santa Clara.
  • Most games will be played in Santa Clara. Older divisions will interleague with nearby leagues.
If you have any questions about registration, please e-mail us at crangel@santaclaraca.gov. Santa Clara PAL Soccer is managed by a volunteer board. Please give us up to 24-48 hrs to respond to your inquiry.
Your Santa Clara PAL Soccer Board

2019 Spring Wrestling


Learn the fundamentals of High School and Olympic Freestyle Wrestling. Sign up for the 2019 spring program sponsored by the Santa Clara Police Activities League. Boys and girls welcome. Ages 5-17yrs.

For more information and to register online please follow this link:






Learn the fundamentals of Judo. Will be taking sign ups for a beginning Judo class. The classes will run for six weeks on Thursday nights. Boys and girls ages 5yrs and up are welcome.

Click on flier for more information: 2019 Winter Judo flyer

To Register: https://leagueathletics.com/Registration/Restrictions.asp?RegID=176533&n=144667&org=SANTACLARAPAL

All PAL-GAL Try-Outs are Cancelled Today- Rescheduled for Sun. Jan. 17th


ALL PAL-GAL Rookie and Minor Tryouts at Central Park (or if you were called to show up for a special tryout for those moving up as an exception due to age requirements) scheduled today are CANCELLED due to overnight conditions, we are unable to use the fields for safety conditions. Sorry for the inconvenience. If you have any questions, please check your email. Tryouts will be rescheduled for tomorrow, Sunday, Jan. 17th same times, as scheduled per our flier: 2016 Pal Gal Flier   Thanks for your cooperation.

No BMX Racing tonight Friday May 15th due to rain

FYI disregard ticker to the right (unable to update). Please always check with postings and the BMX Hotline 408.727.7538  for updates to Track Hours due to rain or weather problems. No BMX Racing tonight Friday, May 15th due to rain. They will be open this Sunday instead. Thanks for your cooperation.

Thanks to all who joined us for the 38th Annual PAL Golf Tournament

Help us keep Santa Clara’s youth playing sports by your donations. 

This year’s Hole-in-One Prizes: 2015 Lexus NX and Jaguar F Type.


Thanks to all who participated, donated & volunteered at our annual Golf Tournament on Friday especially
Richard Rossi (Master Precision) – Gold Sponsor; Silver Sponsors were Granite Construction (Rob Copley), Hatch Mott MacDonald (Joel Maniaci), Muller Construction Supply (Brian McGovern), Related Co. – Urban (Steve Eimer), Rudolph & Sletten (John Elwood), Scaffold Solutions (Ed Sanchez), and Vieira Enterprises (Manny & Linda Vieira); Hole Sponsors – Alcal Specialty Contracting (Art Gardner) and Mlnarik Law Group, Inc. (John Mlnarik).

August 21st at the Santa Clara Golf & Tennis Club!

Congratulations to this year’s Hole-in-One winner on Hole#8 for the Dixon Challenge (2 free airline tickets on Spirit Airlines) was Tim Giacomini (Mission Trail).

Trophies for the Longest Drive #14 was awarded to J. Coplan, E. Morton, Mark Gray.

Trophy for Closest to the Hole #8 were awarded to: Midget 1′ 7″

Thanks to Awards to the Wise for their trophies.

For more information on next year’s Golf Tournament, contact the PAL Office at:
(408) 615-4880

or visit the tournament page.for any updated flyer by April 2016.

Santa Clara University Softball

Santa Clara University Softball

Advanced Hitting Class II (Tuesdays – 8 Sessions)

Ages 10-18

Location: SCU Softball Field-Santa Clara, CA

Tuesday, January 6, 2015 to Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Starts: 6:00pm / Ends: 7:30pm

Camp Cost: $360.00

Register Online – www.broncosoftballcamps.com

Camp Description


Santa Clara University hitting coach Matt Lisle is hosting a unique hitting class opportunity for players ages 10 thru 18.

This class is designed for hitters who are looking to bring their swing to the next level.

A great deal of time will be done teaching the swing mechanics of the elite swing through drills and personal attention. In this Hitting Class, the use of video analysis through the state of the art training software will be utilized, along with use of other video feedback including new Zepp technology that records hand speed, bat speed, exit speed and more.

Registration is limited.

Cost: $360.00

Dates: January: 6, 13, 20, 27
February: 3, 10, 24
March: 3

Each player must bring her own softball equipment. Players should bring a glove, bat, helmet, cleats, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete.

In the event of inclement weather, the camp will continue as scheduled.