The Oxford Park Commission is committed to ensuring every child has the opportunity to participate in OPC activities or athletics. Scholarships are available to those who may need financial assistance. Please click the Scholarship Application link above. Once the application is completed, please drop it off at the Activities Center or the OPC Administrative Office.
Soccer is Oxford Park Commission’s biggest youth sport, as over 800 kids participate each season. Soccer is played under the guidelines of Mississippi Soccer Association.
The Oxford Park Commission baseball program is affiliated with Dizzy Dean Baseball. The program is designed to teach kids the fundamentals of baseball in a less competitive setting.
Recreation Coaching Manual
U6 Practice Plans
U8 Practice Plans
U10 Practice Plans
U12/U14 Practice Plans
The Girl’s Softball program is designed to teach young women the skills and rules of Fastpitch softball. The program is played under A.S.A. rules.
Youth flag football is designed to teach kids sportsmanship, teamwork, and football skills. It also prepares kids for tackle football.
The youth basketball program offered by OPC is designed to let kids develop their basketball skills in a league that emphasizes good sportsmanship and teamwork.
Participants are required to register with the Oxford Park Commission. Information on the child such as name, address, phone number, and date of birth are required. Registration is open for six (6) weeks, with dates being announced each season.
Volunteer Coaches are needed on a seasonal basis.
Anyone interested in applying for a volunteer coaching position can apply online through the link on the left or in person at the OPC main office Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, at 310 South 15th street. Also, if you would like to coach your child, please let us know while registering.
Teams within the Oxford Park Commission youth sports leagues are formed according to a specific draft system. All participants are evaluated and assigned a power rating in skill areas of the sport being played. Once evaluated, teams are formed according to each of the power ratings. This process helps to insure that all teams have an equal opportunity to be competitive.
If you need special assistance related to disability please contact the ADA Coordinator or visit the office at:
107 Courthouse Square
Oxford, MS 38655