Community Organizations, Davis, California

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Davis American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) is a recreational league run by volunteers, a region of the American Youth Soccer Organization (, supporting over 2,000 players in our Fall Season, over 600 in our Spring Season, and a VIP program.

Davis Adult Soccer League (DARSL) has two leagues, a co-ed week night league and a co-ed Sunday league. The weeknight league is for our more competitive players, while our Sunday league is for our causal soccer lovers.

The Davis Bike Collective is a volunteer-run nonprofit self-service bicycle shop in Davis, California. We have tools, used parts and knowledgeable volunteers available to the community during our Open Shop.

Davis Lacrosse Association runs non-profit youth lacrosse programs, including Fall Teams, Summer Camps, and a Spring League Teams. Every Spring and Fall, DLA offers a Lacrosse Clinic to introduce the sport to new players.

Davis Little League is a non-profit service program dedicated to enriching the lives of the kids that participate. It does this by offering 6 levels of play for ages 4 through 14.

The Davis Tennis Club (DTC) is a non-profit organization who's mission is to encourage participation in tennis at all ages and ability levels by sponsoring instructional, social and team-based programs that are open to all.

The Davis Youth Softball Association (DYSA) is a NorCal affiliated recreational fastpitch softball league for youths age 5 to 16.

Golden Valley Harriers is a running club in Davis, CA organized as a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting health and fitness through running in the community. GVH is open to runners of all paces and ages.

​Nor Cal Wildcats Basketball Club is a non-profit, competitive basketball program for boys and girls, ages 5-14. We offer a Junior Wildcats Program (5-7 year olds), Wildcats Development League (2nd – 6th grades) and travelling AAU teams from 3rd to 8th grade.

The purpose of the Woodland Tennis Club is to promote, encourage and foster the development and growth of tennis for the Woodland community.


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