Community Sports Groups

The sports programs listed here are organized and run by volunteer-led community groups.  Games and practices are held at Elmhurst Park District facilities but are not Elmhurst Park District programs. Downloadable maps of the Park District's Sports Fields can be found at the bottom of this page.  

The Elmhurst Park District has formed the Athletic Field Advisory Committee to act as a liaison between staff and the community sports groups who utilize the District's facilities and sports fields.

Inclusive Sports

Access Sports

Access Sports provides young athletes with disabilities in and around Elmhurst access to team sport activities to learn new skills, encourage teamwork and realize that team sports can be fun, yet competitive.

Baseball & Softball

Elmhurst Baseball & Softball Leagues

  • (630) 279-0401
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A non-profit organization providing a positive baseball experience. We conduct baseball leagues, clinics and camps for boys and girls ages 6-15.

Elmhurst Youth Baseball

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Elmhurst Youth Baseball is a non-profit organization offering baseball for boys and girls from Tee Ball for ages 5-6, to leagues against surrounding towns for ages 13-14, 15-16, and 17-18.

Cougars Baseball League

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An organization of traveling teams located in Elmhurst that play in the Chicago metro area, stressing baseball instruction and fun while playing at a more competitive level. Their goal is to prepare athletes for succeeding at the high school level by playing approximately 40-50 games, including tournament play.


Elmhurst Eagles Football/Cheerleading

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A non-profit organization dedicated to the development and instruction of boys and girls ages 7-14. Safety, sportsmanship, teamwork, discipline and camaraderie are emphasized. Games are played on weekends against teams from nearby communities.

Elmhurst Bears Football/Cheerleading

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A non-for-profit, Pop Warner affiliated, youth football/cheer organization with a laser focus on safety and development. The Bears leverage the industry's best football equipment, top tier coaching and a streamlined development plan, providing a fun, rewarding experience to all players. Teams are available starting at 5 years old (intro to Tackle football) through 14 years old. The cheer program also offers top tier coaching and an indoor practice facility to children 5-14 years old. Sideline only and competition teams available for all ages.


Elmhurst Lacrosse Club

  • (630) 272 5040
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Elmhurst Lacrosse is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and instruction of boys' lacrosse for players in K-8th grade. All teams are divided into equal talent. Season takes place beginning in April and runs through the beginning of June. Registration takes place the prior December.


American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO)

  • (630) 563-8038

An all-volunteer organization offering teams for ages 4 ½ - 19 in a safe, fun, and family environment. Teams are gender-specific through eighth grade and co-ed in the high school program.

Elmhurst City Soccer Association (ECSA)

  • (630) 214-1264
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ECSA is a non-profit club soccer organization whose philosophy is to create a happy, healthy and fun environment that allows each player to grow as a positive human being, student and soccer player. Our focus is teaching the fundamentals of soccer in a positive environment that emphasizes creativity. ECSA focuses on building a strong relationship with the ball.

Team Elmhurst Soccer Club (TESC)

  • (630) 417-9191
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A non-profit organization providing a soccer program for boys and girls ages Pre K-K (seasonal) and 6-18 trained by USSF licensed coaches focused on developing players’ skills and knowledge to compete at the highest levels of competitive youth soccer in the Illinois Youth Soccer Association Leagues.

Ultimate Frisbee

Elmhurst Evolution

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A middle school and high school ultimate frisbee team committed to evolving as both players and people, on and off the field.