Athletics


Adult Leagues

Team registration is handled in the Recreation office at the Department of Public Service. Registration for most leagues is done six to eight weeks prior to the start of the season. 

PLEASE REGISTER FOR ALL ATHLETIC LEAGUES HERE: (Adult Programs > "Adult Sports")

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Youth Associations

A volunteer Board of Directors in co-operation with the Recreation Department manages the following youth athletic programs:

Royal Oak Hockey Club

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Youth hockey is a long-standing tradition in the Royal Oak community that has spanned 50+ years since ROHA (Royal Oak Hockey Association) was originally established in 1956. In the summer of 2014, the volunteer-based Royal Oak Hockey Association transitioned to the new Royal Oak Hockey Club, a youth hockey structure which is  led by the rink staff members with the added experience of the Suburban Sports Group team 

Please visit the Royal Oak Hockey Club Website for more information. 

Royal Oak Titans Youth Football

titans1The city has a youth football and cheer leading team that serves the youth of Royal Oak. They participate and are part of the OMYFA-Oakland Macomb Youth Football Association.

Registration for fall football and cheerleading will be held at the Royal Oak Senior Center on Marais and is usually in May. Please visit the Royal Oak Titans Website for more information.

ROSL: (Royal Oak Sandlot League)

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The Royal Oak Sandlot League (ROSL) offers leagues for softball and hardball. Practices begin in May and the season ends in late July. Youth who live in the City of Royal Oak or attend a school in the City of Royal Oak (public or private) are eligible to participate.

  • Hardball
  • Softball
  • T-BALL / Control Pitch

Please visit the Royal Oak Sandlot League Website for more information.

Royal Oak FC

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For more information or to register, visit RoyalOakFC.com (https://www.royaloakfc.com/)

Royal Oak FC (ROFC) has both premier and recreational soccer teams for children ages 3 - 19, for all skill levels. ROFC teams are open to both residents and non-residents of Royal Oak. Premier team tryouts are held in mid-June each year. Registration for Fall rec teams ends in late July and registration for Spring rec teams ends in February.

Total Soccer

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The indoor, bubble-domed structure has been operating in Royal Oak for several years. The facility offers soccer leagues, camps, clinics and tournaments for soccer players from age 4 to 40 and older. Total Soccer operates seasonally from October to April.

Contact Information
1319 Lexington Boulevard (North of 13 Mile, East of Crooks)
Royal Oak, MI 48073

Phone: 248-288-2110
Total Soccer Central Website