Alameda VIPERS BASKETBALL
AAU Youth Basketball Club - Serving the East Bay of Northern California Since 2010
ABOUT Alameda Vipers
The Alameda Vipers Basketball Club is based in the City of Alameda in Alameda County, CA . Alameda Vipers was founded in 2010, is affiliated with the National Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), Team U.S.A. Youth Development and the Jr. NBA. The club fields girls and boys teams in grades 2 to 12. The Vipers Club operates year-round and separates the 12-month calendar into 4 seasons Winter (Jan-Feb), Spring (Mar-May), Summer (June-Aug) and Fall (Sept-Nov). Alameda Vipers is registered a non-profit, 501(c) 3*. The goal of the Vipers organization is to create a foundation for our players to develop their individual skills within the structure of team basketball.
For general questions & information, see Contacts, email email@example.com, or call 510-214-2601. *Non-Profit Tax ID # 90-0679124
Developmental Teams – Elementary & Middle School Boys Program. Developmental is for players and coaches who are looking for more basketball after their Recreational & School season or have other Spring sports and want to keep expanding their basketball skills. Teams will practice 1 or 2 times per week and participate in scrimmage games and tournaments vs developmental clubs in the Bay Area. Travel will be limited to the Bay Area. Games approximately every 2-3 weeks on Saturdays.
Vipers Skills Academy has expanded over the past 12 months. Fundamentals taught by independent professional trainers offered 3-4 days a week in Alameda. Low cost. No tryouts needed. Viper players & families receive deep discount.
Competitive teams for players and coaches more dedicated to the game with additional practices, training & conditioning and participation in AAU Div. 1 & 2 local and regional competitive tournaments. For players preparing for the next level in Middle School or High School.
Kindergarten – 2nd grade beginners level Co-Ed. 1 practice per week. Adaptive equipment & fundamentals.
HOW IT WORKS
Depending on the roster needs of teams, the season may start with evaluations of all players who are interested in being on a team.
While we understand and support multiple sports in youth athletics, the ability for each player and parent to commit to getting the players to practices, as well as the games scheduled during the season is key to the club’s goals and as well as showing unified commitment to the coaches and all players on the team.