At the heart of CLAY is a culture of competitive play & intentional growth
As an athlete, I can be a role model and inspire others...
Every athlete - at every level - makes an impression on someone. It's easy to see how professional, semi-pro and even college athletes influence youth. But what about our young athletes? There is a near 100% chance your child will not become a professional athlete. But he or she CAN make an impression on other youth AND adults.
Who we are & what we stand for
The CLAY Code outlines what it means to be the Christian League of Athletics for Youth and defines the Fruit of the Spirit in those terms. All coaches, officials, parents and volunteers must agree to abide by the CLAY Code as a condition of participation.
Putting your faith into action
Every CLAY practice and game begins with the teams huddling up and praying together. Weekly themes are Scripture based and action oriented to make it easy to learn how to put your faith into practice.
Parents & volunteers leading by example
CLAY Team Sports offers several volunteer positions that support parents in their efforts to mold the lives of their children. Whether you lean toward the “sport” side of sports ministry, or the “ministry” side of sports ministry, your participation is critical. Together, we can create an environment that surrounds kids with Christian adults on and off the field of play. Adult volunteers must complete background checks and concussion awareness training.
Everything you need to run a CLAY league
Specialized rules for age-appropriate competition
CLAY's specialty rules were developed by experienced coaches and offer age appropriate competition based on physiology and psychology. In addition, in CLAY, every team makes the playoffs and has a chance to win a trophy!