Basketball Web Sites

This is the main informational website for CYA Basketball. The tabs on this website have general information about our various programs, Frequently Asked Questions, special announcements, contact information, the CYA Basketball rules, referee program, coaching resources, directions to facilities and other information.

The registration page is also on this website. To register for CYA Basketball, go to

We also maintain a Scheduling website at This website maintains all the schedules for our Travel teams, House teams, and AAU teams and has individual team pages for every CYA House and Travel team.


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CYA Basketball Assessment Schedules
Boys/Girls Grades 3-8 (Updated 11/16)
The CYA Basketball NEW assessment times and dates are listed below.
Each League Administrator will be sending out the specific time when your child will need to attend.
Please sign in with the person at the door upon entering the gym.  If your child has any other activities during the season, please make it known to the person at the sign in table.  Please have your child wear basketball shorts, t-shirt, and basketball shoes.
No food/drinks other than water are permitted in Fairfax County Gyms.
Practices for 3rd grade and up have been scheduled to start the week of November 30th.  Practices for 1st and 2nd grade are still on the schedule for the week of Nov. 16 since you don't have to go through the assessment and draft process.  Drafts to start the Nov 21-22 weekend or soon thereafter.
3b -- Tue 11/17, 6-9 @ Poplar Tree; Thu 11/19, 6-9 @ Crossfield
4b -- Mon 11/16, 6-9 @ Poplar Tree; Tue 11/17, 6-9 @ Lees Corner
5b -- Tue 11/17, 6-9 @ Rachael Carson; Wed 11/18, 7:15-9:30 @ Franklin Middle
6b -- Mon 11/16, 7-9:30 @ Rocky Run; Thu 11/19, 6-9 @ Rachael Carson
7b -- Mon 11/16, 6-9 @ Rachael Carson; Fri 11/20, 6-9 @ Rachael Carson
8b -- Tue 11/17, 6-9 @ Rachael Carson
3g -- Mon 11/9, 6-9 @ Green Briar West  >>> UPDATED<<<
4g -- Wed 11/18, 6-9 @ Coates ES
5g -- Thu 11/19, 7-9:30 @ Rocky Run
6g --  Tue 11/17, 7-9:30 @ Rocky Run;
7/8g -- Sat 11/14, 9-12 @ Rocky Run; Mon 11/16 6:30-7:30 @ Rachael Carson >>>UPDATED<<<
CYA Winter 2015-16 Basketball Program
Program Summary (Update 11/17)

ATTENTION: Registration for the CYA House program is still open but those in grades 1-8 will be waitlisted after November 13th unless there is still space in their grade-based league (a late fee of $25 is imposed beginning 11/1).  Those in grades 9-12 have until November 20th to register without a late fee and until November 30th to register and still be assured placement on a team. Wait listed players will have their registration fees funded if they have not been placed on a team by the conclusion of the first weekend of games (December 5-6).

Program Summary

This Winter season (2015-16) CYA offers a house recreational program for players from 1st through 12th grade; CYA also offers a travel program through the Fairfax County Youth Basketball League (generally for players in 4th to 8th grade). Games for the Travel and House programs begin in December and run through mid-March. Practice for the Travel program begins in mid-October. House practices begin in mid November for grades 1-8; practices for grades 9-10 begin in December (grades 11-12 have only 1 practice before the season starts and none during the season itself).

Online registration for the Winter House program is now open and will run until early November. Registration fees are $165.00 for grades 2-8, $175.00 for grades 9-12, and $120.00 for grade 1. Incorporated into these registration fees is a $20 CYA admininstrative fee, a $10 fee for the CYA indoor facilities capital improvement fund, and the $5.50 Fairfax County user fee (to repeat, these fees are included in the registration fees listed above). Non-county residents pay an additional $30.00 as the Fairfax County user fee for non-residents is $35.50. For the travel registration fees, see below.


The 1st grade program is strictly instructional, emphasizing skill development and basic understanding of the game. In 2nd grade, players are given the opportunity to test their skills in games that continue to focus more on instruction than competition. The 3rd through 12th grade house leagues are progressively competitive leagues, though with a great deal of emphasis placed on continuing skill development, teamwork, and sportsmanship. House teams for all grades play at Chantilly area gyms, with the exception of high school girls. Since the high school girls participate in a Friendship League with neighboring programs, they may play some of their games at gyms in Vienna, Fairfax, Burke and Annandale

Skills assessments (to assist in the player drafts) for Grades 3-8 are held in early to mid-November (grades 1-2 are assigned to teams by school and neighborhood). The schedule for these skills assessments will be posted in late October. During the Winter season, teams in grades 2-10 play one game and hold one 1-hour practice per week from December through February. Girls and Boys Grades 11-12 play 1-2 games on weekends but do not hold weekly practices. Tournaments for grades 4-12 are held in March.

SKILLS ASSESSMENTS:  Girls Grades 9-12 and Boys Grades 9-12 do not hold skills assessments; teams are assigned through a draft (boys) or by the league administrator (girls) in cooperation with the coaches based on previous knowledge of participant skills. Grades 1-2 do not hold skills assessments as players are assigned to teams based on schools and neighborhoods.


Note: Tryouts for travel basketball were held at the beginning of October and all travel teams have been selected.

CYA offers those players with a higher skill level an opportunity to participate in the county-wide Fairfax County Youth Basketball League(commonly known as  "Travel"). CYA’s FCYBL coaches are re-selected each year through an interview procress. During tryouts held in early October, the coaches select 10-11 players per team from among all those who participate in at least 2 travel tryouts. The number of teams per age group is determined by the talent available at tryouts (with a maximum of 3 teams per age group).

Travel tryout schedules are posted on the CYA Basketball scheduling website ( All players in the appropriate grades are invited to the Travel tryouts, regardless of whether they sign up for Travel or House basketball.

Travel team practice begins as soon as the teams are selected. This program requires a greater time commitment from participants for practice (3 hours per week instead of just 1) and games (1-2 per week). Most games are played at gyms across Fairfax County (often outside the Chantilly area) and in Falls Church, Arlington, or Alexandria. Programs are offered at 5th grade (formerly 10 and under), 6th grade (formerly 11 and under), 7th grade (formerly 12 and under), and 8th grade (formerly 13 and under for Boys, 14 and under for Girls). Note that the former age-based Travel divisions have been replaced by grade-based divisions so age-exceptions are no longer necessary.

By FCYBL rules, all CYA travel players must reside in Fairfax County and are generally limited to our allocated zip codes (22033, 20151, 20171, 22124, and 20120). However, each travel team is allowed 2 zip code exceptions (that is, two Fairfax County residents per team who do not reside in one of the 5 CYA-designed zip codes).

IMPORTANT CHANGE: There is a new registration system in place for Travel players. Everyone who is interested in trying out for a Travel team must register (at no cost) for Travel/AAU tryouts (AAU tryouts occur in the Spring). Once the Travel tryouts conclude and the teams selected, those players who made the teams will be sent an invitation to participate in our program and directed to register for the Travel program at a total cost of $325.00 (which will be made in two payments). This will be the only registration fee for Travel; there will not be a supplemental fee as in years past though Travel players will have to pay for any uniform that they may need (last year's uniforms can be used as the style has not changed). For those players who did not make the team, they will be notified and invited to sign up for our House program if they choose to do so. If by any chance someone signed up for House and made the travel team, they will be refunded that House registration fee.

For more information, see the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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