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Looking for details like open swim times, youth sports clinics, or yoga classes? Check out the Program Guide and Drop-In Recreation Guide, or visit our online registration system to see currently available programs and drop-in classes.

Whether you’re looking to try a sport for the first time, trying to find a competitive pick-up game, or seeking out a new challenge, the Kroc Center offers sports and recreation programming throughout the year.

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Current Sports & Recreation Program Offerings


Kroc adult league basketball is a friendly competitive basketball league where adults 18 and older can come out on Sunday nights and play a full court 5v5 game with two twenty-minute halves. Each team will play each other throughout the 6-week format and at the last day of the 6 weeks there will be playoffs and a championship game. The league will cap out at 6 teams for this session, first come first served. Games will be played from 4 PM-8 PM on Sunday nights. First place team wins individual trophies and t-shirts.

*The cost is $350 per team. One person will need to register and pay for their team of no more than 8 players. That team member will need to contact our Sports and Recreation Manager, Sammie Ryans, at 616-588-7200 ext. 2040/616-840-6990 or with the names of the remaining members. Each player will need to create an account on our online registration system prior to the first game. All participants attending this program must be 18 or older.


This class is taught in partnership with Tae Park Tae Kwon Do by certified instructor Russell Williams, and overseen by Junior Grand Master Robert Barss, a seventh degree Dan Black Belt. Optional tournaments, uniforms, and belt testing may be available directly through Tae Park Tae Kwon Do, but are not included in this program fee. The option to purchase a uniform as well as more information on tournaments and belt testing will be discussed the first night of class.




The Kroc Center has partnered with the Godai Judo Club to teach students basic grappling and self-defense techniques, as well as the rules of competitive judo. Classes are led by a nationally certified, Fourth Degree black belt judo instructor. Optional tournaments may be available through Godai Judo but are not included with this program fee. Students are required to wear a Gi (uniform). First–time students will be given information on purchasing a Gi the first night of class.



The Kroc Center is home to a first-of-its-kind partnership between the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) and The Salvation Army. Kroc staff and volunteers run soccer leagues in the spring and fall seasons starting as young as age 4. Click here for the AYSO 1634 website.