Our Athletic Office is operated out of the Huffhines Recreation Center at 200 N. Plano Rd., Richardson, Texas, 75081, and can be reached by phone at (972) 744-7892. We offer Adult Sports including Softball, Flag Football, Kickball, Basketball, and Volleyball.
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Each year we offer four seasons of Adult Softball play--early spring, spring, summer, and fall—with various leagues and tournaments available to both residents and non-residents. From totally recreational leagues to highly competitive leagues to Church leagues to Senior leagues, there is a place for you and your team!
We also offer Adult Flag Football, Basketball, Volleyball, and Kickball at different times throughout the course of the year!
For more information on Adult Athletics in the City of Richardson, please come to the Huffhines Recreation Center to pick up the latest Athletics flyer, or contact Chris Cottone in the Athletics Office at Huffhines Recreation Center at (972) 744-7892.
Adult Sports Rain Out Line: (972) 744-4301
RSA Rainout Line for COACHES ONLY: (214) 757-5297
Local Youth Programs :
(Private Organizations in Richardson)
- RSA (Richardson Soccer Association): (972) 234-2571 | Website
- SVAA (Spring Valley Athletic Association): (972) 238-1384 | Website
- YMCA: (972) 231-3424 | Website
- CCCA (Canyon Creek Christian Academy): (972) 231-4890 | Website
- NTPSA (North Texas Premier Soccer Association): (972) 234-8977 | Website
- NTWSA (North Texas Women's Soccer Association): (972) 926-9410 | Website
Would your company like to advertise at the Richardson ballparks? Please contact Chris Cottone at (972) 744-7894 to get your name out at our next ballgame!
The Richardson Corporate Challenge is a 10-week, city managed, volunteer assisted, Olympic-style competition among Richardson and other surrounding area businesses involving as many as 25 athletic and non-athletic events from August through October.
The Richardson Corporate Challenge is the only one of its kind in Texas, and is believed to be one of the three largest multi-day Corporate Challenge events in the U.S. behind Kansas City and Las Vegas. It also serves as a fundraiser for Special Olympics Texas.
The competition is produced by the Richardson Parks & Recreation Department.