Monday through Friday
2:00PM - 6:00PM
THE WOODBURY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION WAS NAMED NON-PROFIT OF THE YEAR FOR 2017 BY THE WOODBURY CHAMBER AT THEIR ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET.
DEEP THANK YOU GOES TO ALL OF THE MANY VOLUNTEERS THAT HELP MAKE US SO SUCCESSFUL.
2018-2019 FOLKSTYLE WRESTLING SEASON
2018 WAA INTRODUCTION TO WRESTLING
WINTER REC SOCCER
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The Woodbury Athletic Association now requires ALL Volunteer and Paid Coaches to become Certified through Trusted Coaches.
he Woodbury Athletic Association has made the commitment to provide a safe, positive and productive experience for their youth participants. Trusted Coaches is a comprehensive online program that offers essential training, education and screening necessary for a youth coach. WAA youth coaches will be utilizing the components of first-aid training, concussion instruction, Positive Coaching Alliance Double-Goal Coach® courseand a nationwide criminal background check. The Trusted Coaches program is delivered exclusively online (promoting 100% compliance) and provides the opportunity for a coach to complete the program at their own pace in the comfort of their own home (please log on to www.trustedcoaches.org) in a one-stop shop format!
The Woodbury Athletic Association (WAA) is an independent, nonprofit, youth organization administered and managed mostly by volunteer adults. WAA serves all of the City of Woodbury and the surrounding areas regardless of School District boundaries.
A board of directors selected by the general membership runs the association. The board is a policy-making body responsible for the smooth administration of its 10 youth sports programs: baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, track,Travel baseball, Travel Softball, volleyball and wrestling. The board relies on participation from hundreds of coaches and parents who volunteer many hours of their time to the youth of Woodbury. The Woodbury Athletic Association Board meets the second Monday of each Month at 8PM at the WAA building at 2630 Ojibway Drive. Contact the Executive Director at 651-731-0100 or 651-238-4628 to get more information on how the meetings are handled.
The City of Woodbury Department of Parks and Recreation makes the decision to close fields and provides email cancellation notification though the City In Touch system.
To register for in touch; go to http://ci.woodbury.mn.us/intouch and register. Any time the City wishes to notify you of a field status change, you will get an email set directly to you.
If you have WAA events scheduled and there is poor weather, use your good judgement on play, DO NOT jeopardize yourself or your children for a sporting event.
Lightning is an ever present danger and parents and coaches MUST stop activities and seek shelter if lightning or thunder is present. There is a Lightning Notification system in place at Health East Sports Center, if the siren sounds please clear the fields.
2630 Ojibway Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125