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Children's Hospital Colorado Field

Named at El Pomar Youth Sports Park

On June 11, Children’s Hospital Colorado (Children’s Colorado) and Colorado Springs Youth Sports hosted an unveiling ceremony at the El Pomar Youth Sports Park (the Park) to announce their newest partnership together and name one of the fields at the Park “Children’s Hospital Colorado Field.”


“Our children have been challenged both physically and mentally over the past two years,” said Greg Raymond, President of Children’s Hospital Colorado’s Southern Region. “Now, more than ever, we need to support their well-being. That is why we have decided to invest in the El Pomar Youth Sports Park. Our goal is to help keep kids healthy and out of our hospital and participating in sports is proven to help both their mental and physical well-being. We look forward to thousands of young athletes playing on Children’s Hospital Colorado Field and throughout the Park.”


The multi-year commitment Children’s Colorado is making will help ensure the Park can continue its activities to support young athletes in the coming years.


Saturday’s event included the unveiling of new signage with the hospital’s iconic logo, health education, speakers from both organizations, and a first pitch. Raymond shared why this investment is important to the mental and physical well-being of our community’s children. Davis Tutt, President of the Board of Colorado Springs Youth Sports, spoke to the importance of youth sports and the organization’s mission. Steve Czarnecki, El Pomar Youth Sports Park Executive Director, discussed how the Children’s Colorado investment benefits the Park, and 5-year-old Bexley Schumaker – a Children’s Colorado patient battling leukemia – stole the show while throwing out the first pitch on the field.


“Through this sponsorship, Children’s Hospital Colorado is making a significant investment in the wellness of children in the Pikes Peak Region and beyond,” remarked Steve Czarnecki, El Pomar Youth Sports Park Executive Director. “This meaningful support helps us continue to provide a high-quality, safe, and affordable sports facility that contributes greatly to the long-term personal development and overall wellness of young people.”

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friday night fÚtbol

Registration is Open

Join us for Friday Night Fútbol in June and July. Welcoming 14 to 18-year-old young men and women for pick up soccer under the lights on Kent Olin Field at El Pomar Youth Sports Park from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Thanks to support from the National Recreation Foundation, there is no cost for the program. Registration and waiver submission is required. Online pre-registration is preferred. On site registration is available if needed.


More information and registration available at https://csyouthsports.sportngin.com/register/form/098672507


Please call (719) 630-0168 with questions.

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employment opportunities

Seeking Athletic Field Maintenance Staff

Interested in working outside this summer and helping take care of and prepare youth ball fields? Part-time and full-time seasonal work with overtime may be possible. Weekend availability highly preferred. Great opportunity for those interested in careers in landscaping. Call us at (719) 630-0168 to learn more.

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LIVE & ON-DEMAND STREAMING ADDED

Baseball & Softball On HiCast Sports Network

Catch baseball and softball action at El Pomar Youth Sports Park live and on demand with HiCast Sports. See the action in high definition from the best view behind home plate. View replays, create highlights, build recruiting videos, and more. Find more information and sign up at hicastsports.com/elpomar.

All About

El Pomar Youth Sports Park

Colorado Springs Youth Sports, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that oversees the management of the El Pomar Youth Sports Park. The organization’s mission is to provide first-rate sports facilities and opportunities for youth participation in sports and recreation in the region.
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Testimonials

  • "650+ hours of practice, 90+ hours of games, 300+ players. 222,000 potential hours for memories, mentoring, and life lessons not possible without help from El Pomar Youth Sports Park."
    "650+ hours of practice, 90+ hours of games, 300+ players. 222,000 potential hours for memories, mentoring, and life lessons not possible without help from El Pomar Youth Sports Park."

    Matt Work

    President, Cheyenne Mountain Lacrosse Club
  • "El Pomar Youth Sports Park donates fields for Springs Rescue Mission's Legends of the Streets program that allows men to exercise, compete and join a team as they work to begin new lives"
    "El Pomar Youth Sports Park donates fields for Springs Rescue Mission's Legends of the Streets program that allows men to exercise, compete and join a team as they work to begin new lives"

    Pete Randall

    Springs Rescue Mission Soccer Coach

“I began playing at the El Pomar fields when I was 5 and have so many positive memories. It is the place where I learned how to appreciate team work and individual effort as I have dedicated the last 10 years to club soccer and believe it has helped prepare me for success and challenges both on and off the field.”

Attributed to Carly Fetters, Pride Soccer Player

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El Pomar Youth Sports Park

2212 Executive Circle,

Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Phone. 719-630-0168

Email. andrew@csyouthsports.org