Jr. Giants Baseball:
Jr. Giants is a free, noncompetitive, and coed baseball and softball program. The program offers equipment, uniforms, incentives, and training for coaches. Jr. Giants wants to help you lead, succeed, and have fun! Anyone can play!
For more information on PAL Jr. Giant’s Baseball or register visit: https://www.mlb.com/giants/community/junior-giants-leagues
Milpitas PAL Knights Football:
The MILPITAS KNIGHTS is a non-profit youth football and cheer team serving Milpitas and our surrounding communities since the 1960’s.
Our five teams [is it one team or five teams?] are supported by the Milpitas Police Activity League (PAL) and are members of East Bay Youth Football & Cheer.
They are led by passionate volunteers who are dedicated to work alongside parents and community leaders to raise successful student athletes.
For more information on PAL Knights Football or to register visit: https://www.milpitasknights.com
Milpitas PAL Soccer :
Milpitas PAL soccer is a Fall sports program that offers youths between the ages of 4-18 a chance to get out and play soccer in a fun and welcoming environment.
If you’re interested in signing up you son or daughter, please visit https://milpitas-pal-soccer.sportngin.com/register/form/108795026 to register for the next season.
Milpitas PAL Softball:
Milpitas PAL Softball is a new sport to the Milpitas PAL program, with 2020 being its first year.
As a new recreational softball league, it is focused on giving the young girls in our community the confidence and leadership skills to succeed in life, while also being active and healthy using the fundamentals of athletics. Along with the previously mentioned league goals, coaches will be teaching players the fundamentals of softball in a fun, healthy, and safe environment.
For more information or to register please visit https://mnvpalsoftball.com/
Milpitas PAL Rugby
Looking to try something new? Milpitas PAL Rugby focuses on building fitness, friendships, character, and teamwork through the sport of rugby.
There is no experience needed as the coaches work to educate and train players on the details of the sport, no matter what a player’s skill level is.
For more information or to register, please visit:
Any questions, please contact the Police Community Relations Sergeant at 408-586-2400.