We accept players ages 5 to 18.
Yes, we offer playing opportunities for both boys and girls.
Yes, we host our competitive youth leagues in the winter and summer.
Winter league runs from December through February; Summer league runs July through August.
We try to keep our rosters between 10 and 12 players per team.
The travel basketball season has different starting times depending on age and gender: Grades 2nd – 8th starts in December, Grades 9th – 12th start in late February.
Most teams travel time is usually no more than 2 hours. There are occasions where teams travel further based on placement of ability.
League games are played in one of the seven city of Tampa gyms and travel team game vary depending where the event is hosted. Please visit our list of frequented venues for these locations.
League games are eight per season plus payoffs. Playing one game per week. Travel teams play at least three games per event.
Practice is usually twice a week in season for about 75 minutes each session.
Each player must have a recreation card from the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation department. For players living in the city limits the annual fee is $15. If a player lives outside the city limit of Tampa the annual fee is $30. The monthly gym fee is $35.
Full and partial scholarships are available. Families needing scholarship help should speak to the coach or send an email to the Team Tampa director.
There is additional cost of a travel uniform package which is approximately $150.00.
Travel Teams have tryouts approximately 4 weeks before the season starts for grades 4-8 while the high school divisions have tryouts after the high school basketball season is over.
If you don’t make a travel team, you will automatically be enrolled in our league program.
No, players on the travel team can be from anywhere in the Tampa Bay area.
Playing time is determined by each coach. Team Tampa Basketball encourages that each player receive roughly equal playing time during the regular season of league games. This may vary due to a number of factors including attendance at practices, positional needs, competition, fouls, injuries and other factors. Players may play more in some games and less in others. During the playoffs of league games and the tournament season, coaches may "play to win," but all players are expected to meaningfully participate.