Richmond Sports

Richmond Sports Committee

The Richmond Sports Committee coordinates various sports for local youth. Recreation soccer is offered spring and fall through NUU (Northern Utah United). The site provides information on registration (in-person in Richmond, online, or mail). Checks are to be made out to NUU.

Sports organized by the committee include

  • T-ball for boys and girls ages 5-6
  • Coach Pitch for boys and girls ages 7-8
  • Slow pitch Ponytail for girls ages 9-12
  • Minors for boys ages 9-10
  • Majors for boys ages 11-12

Checks need to be made out to Richmond City.

Spring Soccer Registration (open until March 1st)

Spring soccer registration is open now until March 1. Games will begin the first part of April. You can sign up online at NUU or drop off a registration form with your payment to the Richmond City office. Forms will be available in the office. Make checks payable to N.U.U.

In-person registration will be held on Saturday, February 23 from 10:00-2:00 at the old city offices, 6 W Main.

We are in need of referees. If you are interested, you can email the sports committee at or call Holly at (435) 890-3223. Training will be provided.

Baseball Registration open

Baseball registration for ages 5-12 (as of August 31st) is open until March 29th. After that date, registrations will be accepted only if there is room on a team. Make checks payable to Richmond City. Registration forms are available at the office or can be downloaded here. Be sure to fill out both sides.

T-ball and Coach Pitch teams hold up to 10 players. Ponytail, Minors, and Majors hold up to 13 players.

Coaches are needed for all divisions as well as Scorekeepers for Ponytail, Minors, and Majors. Umpires are need for home games at the Cub River Sports Complex for Ponytail, Minors, and Majors; we pay $20 per game.

Call or text Clint (435) 760-6251 or Leslie (435) 760-6253 for questions or to volunteer.

Cub River Sports Complex

The Cub River Sports Complex is a joint project of Richmond and Lewiston. Both communities share in the cost of maintenance, utilities, and development. Click here for an article from The Hard News Cafe for a brief history of the complex.

The complex has received funds numerous years from the RAPZ (Recreation, Arts, Parks & Zoo) tax to install a playground, add sidewalks, expand parking, and do other improvements to the facility.

To view the activities currently scheduled at the complex, please check the calendar. Scheduling of events is done through Lewiston. Please contact Robert Barlow for information (link on calendar page).


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