Bring your sports organization up to speed with the services of a professional advocacy group. At the United Athletic Association (UAA), we enjoy working with the public and private athletic organizations on a variety of issues. Whether you are a recreational adult or youth sports club, you are welcome to join our association and receive many valuable benefits!
Let your voice be heard by joining the UAA. For a limited time, we are offering a free general membership!
What We Do
The UAA is a unique organization that provides assistance to sports leagues, recreational organizations, and athletic groups, both youth and adult. We provide access to the following products and services to our members:
- Discount League and Official Insurance
- Certified Game Officials
- Discounted Sporting Goods
- Website Design & Online Promotion for Your Club
- Group Discounts to Professional Sporting Events
- Organizational Assistance
- Networking with Organizational Leaders
Please Support the YSA Food Drive
If you are in or near Yorktown Heights, NY stop by the Jefferson Valley Mall, where our member organization, Yorkville Sports Association is sponsoring “Sports Demos Plus” featuring family-oriented games and activities in center court now thorough March. Check out your pitching speed, throwing accuracy, and more.
YSA is collecting non-perishable food items in the mall’s main entrance. If you are able to contribute items like canned or boxed goods, YSA will make sure they get to the people who need help most.
2015 Baseball and Softball Tournaments in Syracuse, NY
Homerun Softball and Baseball in Syracuse, NY has announced their 2015 schedule of tournaments and clinics.
Throughout the year sports enthusiasts across New York City find many of their fields dark and poorly maintained. Issues with lighting, post storm clean up and general maintenance are frequently encountered at some of the city’s most popular playing fields. The UAA advocates on behalf of athletes across the city for improved maintenance of the fields. To find out more information about this issue and what you can do to help, please see our Advocacy page.