Welcome to Morro Bay Recreation Sports Division

Welcome to the Morro Bay Recreation Sports website. This is the home for Estero Bay Youth Soccer, Estero Bay Youth Basketball, Coast Girls Softball, Estero Bay Youth Futsal,  Morro Bay Junior Lifeguards, and Morro Bay Adult Softball.

The current week of schedules can be found by scrolling to the bottom of this page. Full schedules can be found by clicking on the schedules tab in the menu, then chosing the correct division.

Current registration forms, youth scholarship applications, Adult add/drop forms, youth practices schedules and other handouts can be found on the Handouts Page.

If you should have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 772-6281 or by email: Tyler at (Coordinator Softball and Basketball) or Parker Conant at (Coordinator Soccer/Futsal) or (Rock to Pier Run, Recreation Supervisor)


Text Alerts

Do you want to be notified immediately when a game is cancelled, location changed or rescheduled? Then sign up for text alerts. On the left side of this page, below the menu, you will see a box that says Game Cancelled?. Click on that box and follow the steps to set up an account. Please be sure to unclick the box that says notify me whenever there is a change to the website as we update the website frequently with information that may not be relevant to your league. (to avoid unnecessary alerts.)

2018 Adult Softball

Morro Bay Fall Adult Softball League


Entry Fee: $525 Coed and Masters Division Teams Check, money order, MasterCard, Visa or American Express. Please make checks payable to: City of Morro Bay. Payment is required to hold spot!!!

Registration: Begins July 30th, 2018, and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Deadline is Wednesday, July 22nd, or until full. Minimum age to compete is 16 (50 for Masters).

League:        Games begin the week of August 27th.  Coed and Masters Divisions will have an 8-game season and all divisions have an end-of-season tournament. league Team winners will receive shirts. Tournament winning teams will receive a team plaque.

Managers:    Managers meetings Tuesday, August 21st, 2018, at the MB Community Center.

                        Coed – 6 p.m.          Masters – 6:30 p.m.         Men – No Fall League

Rosters:       Your roster must be turned in prior to the start of your first game, and it will be frozen at that time. Remember: All team members must be at least 16 years old (Masters League minimum age is 50).  Any player under 18 years old must have a Blue Card on file with the roster and must have a parent’s signature on the roster. 

Schedule:     First games will be posted online at by Friday, August 24th

Divisions:     A minimum of four (4) teams are required in each division in order to form a league. In the event that there are insufficient teams within a particular division or league, the Recreation Services Division reserves the right to:

-  Cancel the division or league and refund all fees, or

-  Move stronger teams up or weaker teams down from the nearest division in order to form a league, or 

- Consolidate divisions or leagues with rule restrictions.


If you are interested in playing or have any questions, please contact Tyler at 805-772-6281 or



Estero Bay Youth Soccer

Registration is now open for our Youth Soccer Program.

Register online here... "Registration is by birth year, not by age groups."

Aquatics Programs



August 13, 15, and 17  11:00 am to 1:00 PM  only (am lap swim will still occur)


September 14 & 28  All programming cancelled


October 5, 14, 17, 28, & 31  All programming cancelled


Current Pool schedule through November 30:

Lap Swim  ($4 or $36 for 10 visits)

Monday through Friday  5:30 am to 8:00 am

Monday through Friday 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Sunday  1-4 pm


Aqua Aerobics ($6 or $54 for 10 visits)

 MWF 7 am to 8 am


Master's Swim ($5 or $45 for 10 visits)

MWF 6 am to 7 am (through Aug 17)

TTH  5:45 am to 6:45 am (begins Aug 20)


Recreational Swim ($4 or $36 for 10 visits)

Tuesday/Thursday 11:00 am to 1:00 pm (ends August 16)


Swim Lessons: Waiting list available for Private or Semi Private lessons on Sunday afternoons.  Contact Katie at for more information.



Concussion Education


On January 1, 2017 a new law went into effect requiring youth sports organizations to provide information about concussions to parents, coaches, and officials.   Morro Bay Recreation Services has been providing our coaches with training materials for about 4 years because we feel that the information is important.  It is also in every coaches binder and game binder.

 As a part of the law we are required to obtain annually parent and participant signatures showing that you received the education materials.   It will be a part of the registration paperwork.

Please note if we (coach, scorekeeper, official or coordinator) suspect that your child received a concussion, we will remove them from play.   We will give you a signs and symptoms sheet to take home.  If your child is displaying signs and symptoms of a concussion we will require a signed note clearing them to return by a physician.  Your child's health is important.  It is better to miss one game than an entire season!


The CDC has a website:  CDC Heads Up Concussion with information and training available.


If you have questions, please contact Karen at 772-6281

Junior Lifeguards



Thank you for a great summer.   Look for 2019 dates shortly.



Coast Girls Softball 2018

Visit our dedicated Coast Girls Softball page to get more information at the top of this page!

Equipment Recommendations:


HELMET:It must meet a few requirements:

  • It must fit properly, have a face mask and chin strap.

BAT: Make sure you get a FASTPITCH bat.

  • Have it properly fit for the player for length and weight.
  • We recommend you go light. Light bats promote good bat speed and a proper swing!
  • This really comes into play for travel and school ball.


  • Spikes should fit properly.
  • "All Turf" or standard spike is up to athlete.
  • Some spikes are available with the spikes at the front set in a circular pattern to minimize knee injury due to spike lock.

GLOVE: Should fit snuggly and be sized to the player.

  • As players gets older and settles into a few positions that she plays, the glove may be position specific, such as a catcher mitt, first baseman's glove, outfielders glove.

FACE PROTECTOR("D Mask"): Protect those pearly whites.

  • Optional safety device for defensive players.
  • Protects against bad hops and line drives.
  • Good idea for all players and is required as a pitcher.


Examples shown below:

Face Mask

Softball Glove

Softball Helmet

Fastpitch Bat



Sports Director & Coordinator—Karen Sweeny & Tyler Fechner

Phone: (805) 772-6281


Upcoming Games/Practices
Aug 20
CoEd Softball
Dead Tacos @ No Glove, No Love
Jim's Auto @ Jolly Rogers
Aug 23
Mens Division
Pays to Play @ Central Cal Schools
Parking Lot Champs @ Legendz
Aug 30
Mens Division
Legendz @ Central Cal Schools
Parking Lot Champs @ Pays to Play
Sep 6
Mens Division
Central Cal Schools @ Parking Lot Champs
Pays to Play @ Legendz
Sep 13
Mens Division
Legendz @ Pays to Play
Parking Lot Champs @ Central Cal Schools
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Field Status
Colony 1 (Traffic Way Park)
Colony 2 (Traffic Way Park)
Evers Sports Park
Laguna Middle School
Lila Keiser East
Lila Keiser West
Shelby Field (Evers Sports Park)
Sunnyside East
Sunnyside West
Winifred Pifer Elementary School

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