All-Dorchester Sports League
All Dorchester Sports League
1565 Dorchester AvenueDorchester, 02122
United States42° 17' 51.2772" N, 71° 3' 39.4776" W
Mailing Address (if different than physical location):
P.O. Box 220643
Dorchester, MA 02122
Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates):
Our sports programs typically run from April through August with registration beginning in March. For specific times and dates, visit http://www.alldorchestersportsleague.org.
Dorchester Youth Soccer: The fall season begins on the weekend after Labor Day and ends on the weekend before Thanksgiving. The spring season begins on the second weekend of April and ends the weekend after Memorial Day.
ADSL’s mission is to prepare young people in Dorchester and surrounding neighborhoods for success in education, employment, and community life by breaking down racial barriers, building skills and self-esteem, promoting non-violence, providing personal support through sports and education programs.
They offer sports, fitness/nutrition and education programs for Dorchester youth which emphasize life skills, academic focus, and healthy and active lifestyles that are required to succeed in community life and become successful adults.
Jared Blandino - Executive Director
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures:
More information about our programs can be found on our website or by calling the office at (617) 287-1601 or emailing ADSL at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charge for services:
Small fees for our baseball leagues range from $30 - $50; most of our programs are free.
Key Programs Offered:
ADSL offers sports, recreation, fitness, and education services for youth between the ages of 5 - 18. Sports offered include:
- Little League Baseball
- Babe Ruth baseball
- Girls' Basketball
- Sports & fitness clinics during August
- Weight Lifting and training during the Fall and Winter at our Fitness Center at Town Field
- Partnership with Dorchester Youth Soccer, a component of ADSL (ages 4-14).
- Partnership with Dorchester Youth Lacrosse.
Education Resource Center (ERC)
ADSL's Education Resource Center offers participants a friendly and quiet space to study after school for internet research projects, homework help, and 1-on-1 tutoring.
Number of people served each year: