Welcome To Fairfax Police Youth Club
The Fairfax Police Youth Club (FPYC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of leadership, sportsmanship, and physical fitness, while encouraging and providing opportunities for youth to participate in a variety of sports. The Club was originally founded as a joint police department and community program. FPYC has since developed into an independent community organization and is self-supporting.
In 2013, we celebrated our 50th Anniversary with celebrations throughout the year. FPYC received the Mayor and City Council 1st Place Award for our float, balloons, and walkers in the city's annual 4th of July parade. Thanks to all of our volunteers for making this accomplishment happen!
While totally independent, the police department still strongly supports FPYC and has representatives on the FPYC Board of Directors. Today, FPYC provides sporting venues for the youth of both the City of Fairfax and children from surrounding areas of Fairfax County. Sports that are available through FPYC include: Basketball, Cheerleading, Field Hockey, Football, Lacrosse, Rugby, Running, Soccer, T-Ball, Volleyball, Wrestling and Youth Challenged sports.
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Spring Registration for ALL Sports NOW OPEN!
Early registration discounts are in effect please see Registration tab for each sports early registration details and sign up early to take advantage.
Walk-in registrations will be held Saturday January 20, February 10 and February 24, 2018 (FPYC Clubhouse 10:00 am to 12:00 noon ONLY)
Patrick Laing Scholarship 2017 Receipient: Molly Tenerelli
FPYC is pleased to announce that Molly Tenerelli is the winner of FPYC's 2017 L Patrick Laing Scholarship. This award is given in the name of Pat Laing who was at Fairfax High School for 34 years, serving as its Director of Student Activities since 1982 and was for many years the Director of the Group AAA Northern Region Baseball. As director of student activities, Pat Laing was devoted to Fairfax High School, hiring coaches, scheduling competitions, determining eligibility, lining fields, running tournaments, coordinating sports banquets, getting scholarships for athletes, and resolving concerns of parents, students, and coaches. Pat Laing cared about his community and especially the students in it.
This award is given annually to deserving HS Seniors that have participated in FPYC sports programs
FPYC utilizes both City of Fairfax and Fairfax County fields and gyms. It is the responsibility of each coach to check the weather line and follow the appropriate action. At no time...