Competitive Youth
Baseball Teams in Arvada

Tryout based youth competitive teams out of Gameday Arvada.

Reach Your Potential

Gameday Arvada operates 9U-14U competitive youth teams which allow your son to start his baseball career during the formative years. The Gameday program is built with player development in mind allowing youth players the opportunity to learn and practice at a high level alongside professional coaches.

Register for our 2025 Youth Tryouts to find out if there’s a good fit onto one of our many youth tournament teams!


2025 Youth Tryout Dates 
Players only need to attend (1) of the dates below.

Monday July 15th – 5-8p

Tuesday July 16, 2025 – 5-8p

Makeup Tryout – Monday July 22, 2025 at 5p

How to get your player started

Register For Tryouts

Sign up for our comprehensive tryouts where we will assess your player in different baseball skills and then provide a player tryout score indicating where they stack up amongst other players at the same age. 

Following a tryout

After your player’s assessment, Gameday youth coaches will have the opportunity to discuss any roster opportunities they may have for the 2025 season.

Improve Your Game

Our baseball teams provide weekly practice and performance growth opportunities. All players have the opportunity to compete in tournaments and bond as a team!


Jason Berger

Jack Stamper

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Offered with Youth Teams?

We operate teams from age 9 through 14

At each age level we offer a player a Dad Coached Team assisted by a Spring Training Program (January/February) led by our professional instructional staff. Our Dad coaches are hand-selected and blend within the culture we’ve created at Gameday. Teams will be provided 2x weekly practice time slots (weather permitting 1 outdoor/1 indoor practice per week). There is not another baseball program in the State that provides as much player value as Gameday.

We also offer the most in-depth and developmental baseball training program in Colorado! Former collegiate baseball players along with current Professional Minor Leaguers from various MLB Organizations makeup our Gameday Instructional Staff that will have a constant presence during the Gameday led practices during our spring training season. We also offer the largest amount of total hours of professional instruction of any competing baseball program in the state and our player to instructor ratio is unmatched!

When are Tryouts?

Tryouts for 2025 Gameday Arvad youth teams are July 15th and July 16th from 5-8p

What is the Cost to play on a Gameday Youth Team in Arvada?

$2,300 for the season (Jan-Jul) for Dad coached teams. (Deposit of $400 due at signing)

*Uniform Package is purchased seperately from Gameday/DeMarini for a cost of $400

*Tourney fees vary by team. All teams will set their own schedules and divide total tourney fees amongst team members.

When Are Practices?

January-May (20 weeks)

(2) weekly Team Practices for 2 hours each:

80 hours

June-July (8 weeks)

(2) weekly Team Practices for 1.5 hours each:

24 hours

That’s a total of 104 Hours of Practice Time…rain or shine!

What is Our Philosophy?

We believe youth baseball players should learn to play all positions on the field.  As they develop they will begin to specialize in one to two positions and will be given the tools and the time to hone their craft.  We teach our players how to play the game the right way AND how to deal with adversity.  We are not a “win at all cost” program.  We believe that baseball teaches valuable life lessons.

Our Faith?

We are a Christian based baseball program and we do integrate biblical principles into our practices and interactions with our players.  We believe more in allowing our actions to speak loader than our words AND to provide our players with positive adult role-models.  Rick Eisenberg is our lead Hitting Instructor and our Gameday Chaplain.  After a successful college career at Oklahoma University where he played in the College World Series Rick has found his true calling teaching the game of baseball AND teaching the Lord’s word.  In 2016 we started a program for our teams called “Gameday Cares”.  All of our teams are offered opportunities to make a difference in our community by giving back.  This season our young men participated in outreach programs with local nursing homes, the Ronald McDonald House, Tim Tebow’s Night to Shine, The Parker Task Force and many others.  “Wins and losses are quickly forgotten.  Doing things that really matter last a lifetime”.

Who are the instructors?

Our instructional staff is made up of both former collegiate baseball and professional baseball players as well as current Professional Minor League players seasonally. We compliment our baseball instructional staff with both Gameday Strength and Sports Psychology coaches who together have the ability to create knowledgeable AND well-rounded baseball players.  

An important fact:  All of our instructors offer private lessons to players both inside and outside of our program.