Organizations & Clubs

Springfield-Greene County Park Board

The Springfield-Greene County Park Board is committed to provide the highest quality of leisure opportunities, to offer programs for relaxation as well as stimulation, and to encourage personal and community enrichment for the citizens of Springfield, Missouri.

Greater Springfield Community Olympic Development Program

Greater Springfield Community Olympic Development Program (CODP) will provide young men and women the opportunity to learn and compete in the sport of archery with recreational shooting up to the possibility of competing in the Olympics, Paralympics or World Championships. Springfield has Community Olympic Development programs in the sports of Archery, Ice Hockey, Tennis, Volleyball & Weightlifting.

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in Springfield showcases sports memorabilia of Missouri athletes and interactive displays. The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame programming includes the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony, Sports Enthusiast Luncheons for Baseball, Basketball, Football and more throughout the year.

Lake Country Soccer

Lake Country Soccer was founded in 1984 by parents and soccer enthusiasts looking for a home for their kids to play soccer in Springfield. Since then, Lake Country Soccer has grown into a 55+ acre facility with 18 outdoor fields (7 of which are lighted) and an indoor facility (2 fields) serving close to 2,500 registered youth players and nearly 12,000 visitors annually.

Springfield Amateur Softball Association

The Springfield Amateur Softball Association was founded in April, 1935 and consisted of leagues from the Frisco railroad, and local churches. Since that time the association has grown to include men's fast and slow pitch, women's and coed slow pitch, and youth fast pitch tournaments. We continue our involvement with local, state, regional tournaments and national qualifiers, and since the late 1960's our involvement with hosting national championships. Springfield facilities rank near the top, and we have been privileged to host 30 national championships. Since 1991, twenty-one of these tournaments have received the James Farrell Award of Excellence from the ASA.

Women's Intersports Network

The mission, objectives, and scope of WIN for Springfield is to empower girls and women by recognizing girls and women's amateur sports competition and their participants, supporting and developing amateur and college athletes in the Greater Springfield Area, building networks that provide resources to advocate the lifetime values of sport and fitness, developing a better awareness of girls and women's sports, creating an awareness of sport and fitness opportunities for girls and women in the Greater Springfield Area.

Ozark Generals Baseball Club

M.I.N.K. League

The Ozarks Generals compete in the highly competitive M.I.N.K league (Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas), a summer all-wood bat league comprised of eight teams from Missouri and Iowa. The players are mostly college players that come from all over the Midwest for the opportunity to continue playing in the college off-season. The Generals home games are located in Springfield, Missouri. Home games are conveniently split between 2 locations in the Springfield area: Meador Park, located at 2500 S Fremont. Springfield, Mo. 65804 and Barnhouse Field, located at 5484 W. Sunshine St. Brookline, MO. 65619.

Springfield Demize

Premier Development League

The Premier Development League provides elite collegiate players the opportunity to taste a higher level of competition while maintaining their eligibility. The top U23 men's league in North America, the USL Premier Development League (PDL) features 68 teams within four conferences across the United States and Canada. The PDL season consists of 16 regular season matches for each team, eight home and eight away. The Demize play home games at Lake Country Soccer Soccerdome and the Cooper Family Soccer Complex.

Springfield Roller Girls

Women's Flat Track Derby Association

The Springfield Roller Girls are a member of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA), the national governing body for women's amateur flat track roller derby in the U.S. The Springfield Roller Girls joins the ranks of over 100 all-female, skater owned and operated leagues nationwide that have united to lead the growing sport of women's flat track roller derby. The Roller Girls practice and compete at Skateport, 3820 S. Glenstone in Springfield.

Springfield Rugby Football Club

Since 1983, the Springfield Rugby Football Club (SRFC) has been celebrating the sport of Rugby in the Springfield area. The club is part of the Heart of America Union, and has played regional and international teams. The season is divided between spring and fall, with matches played on Saturdays. SRFC is one of the few club teams in the nation to own a full-sized pitch, Springfield Rugby Park.