Hampton Hoops

hampton-hoops-logo...More than Basketball

Hampton Hoops promotes healthy communities and fun in a safe environment. The program aims to improve social interaction, positive character building and provides leadership opportunities. The City of Hampton, and community leaders have partnered to create the program and hope to inspire participating youth to become representatives of a safe and secure community in Hampton and throughout. 

How to Volunteer
We need your partnership! We will need volunteers to support the league as coaches, team parents, advocates and of course league participants. 

Volunteer head coaches must by at least 21 years old by July 1 of the current year. All other volunteers must be 18 years of age by July 1 of the current year. 

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The league is open to males and females ages 11 and up who live in the City of Hampton. Participants must meet the minimum age requirement of 11 years old by July 1 of the current year. Three divisions will be created based on age; 11-14, 15-17 and 18 and up. Practice and games will be held at community centers in Hampton. 

There are no fees to participate in the league. Games will be held twice a week beginning in July, and a tournament will be held in August.

For additional information about Hampton Hoops,  please email Synethia White or call 727-2730.

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  1. Players, coaches, parents and advocates wanted to join Hampton Hoops this summer

    March 20, 2018 - Hampton Hoops, a free, five week, summer basketball league, is looking for players, coaches and other volunteers.
  2. Urgency of Now, addressing concerns about youth violence, set for March 20

    Feb. 16, 2018 - Urgency of Now, or RuON, an annual event that addresses concerns about increased violence among youth and young adults, will be held this year at the Hampton Roads Convention Center, 1610 Coliseum Drive, on Tuesday, March 20. Read on...
  3. Contest encourages young people to create videos that will help stop the violence in city

    Feb. 12, 2018 - Can you or someone you know create a winning video against violence? “Don’t Sit in Silence, Stop the Violence” is the name of a contest for high school students in Hampton and Newport News that began Monday, Feb. 12. Read on...