Local Sports

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Updated 3-13-19

E-Sports are Bay Area community service athletic programs that specialize in inclusion. Inclusive sports partner typical and special needs kids participating alongside each other in various sports and activities. E-Sports programs include soccer, karate, hoops, and fitness. 
For more information, including registration, season schedule and program updates, click on the organization's logo and select the sport.

To register for Pleasanton's E-Soccer, visit the Pleasanton E-Soccer page.

To register for local E-Hoops (played at St. Mary's College,) please email ehoops.smc@gmail.com or send a message through www.facebook.com/eHoopsSMC/


Livermore Fusion Soccer Club has joined up with US Youth TOPSoccer. TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community-based training and team placement program for young athletes with disabilities. The program is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl, who has a mental or physical disability. The goal of the TOPSoccer Program is to enable young athletes with disabilities to become a valued and successful member of the Livermore Fusion Soccer Club and US Youth Soccer family. 

How do I participate? Contact Catherine Christian at fundraising@fusionsc.org to find out more about the Livermore Fusion Soccer Club TOPSoccer Fall program.  


Dragon Skate Camp is a place for special needs kids to learn to skate in a safe, fun, and inclusive environment. All instructors are volunteers. Camps are generally held at the Livermore Skate Park, Sunken Gardens, and free for the participants.

Go to Dragon Skate's website to get information on the next scheduled camp.



Special Olympics is an international non-profit, providing year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of sports to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, free of charge.

Currently, Special Olympics Northern California offers year-round sports training and competition in 11 different sports for over 17,777 athletes, from the Oregon border to Monterey and Tulare counties, within four different seasons.  

How does Special Olympics Work?

Special Olympics sports are available to all eligible athletes.  Your athlete doesn’t need to know how to play a sport, as our coaches will work with your athlete, regardless of their level or ability, to teach them the skills they need in order to participate.  A sports season typically consists of 6-8 training (practices) that usually take place one to two times per week in the evening or on the weekend, which culminates with a competition opportunity.

What Sports are Offered?


Click Here or the organization's logo for more information about the sports offered below.

Winter Season (January – March)
Spring Season (March – June)
Track & Field
Summer Season (June – September)
Fall Season (September – December)
Floor Hockey