Mikey's League runs inclusive sports programs that bring children and young adults with disabilities together with their peer partners to compete in team sports and create a genuine team sport experience for all participants. Currently, Mikey's League is only running ball hockey leagues out of two locations but are looking to expand to on ice shortly.
The organization was founded with a powerful objective: to challenge the limits placed on children with disabilities and allow them to inspire and teach us. We believe in the power of sport, and its moments of triumph, to unify, heal, and provide the confidence needed to succeed, regardless of challenges.
Mikey's League is welcoming teens or young adults with or without intellectual and/or physical disabilities (13-30) to play ball hockey!
There are two locations for Mikey's League Ball Hockey:
Peoria Ball Hockey League- Date TBD
Tempe Ball Hockey League- Date TBD
If interested in signing up, or learning more about Mikey's League Ball Hockey, please reach out to Scott Freeman or visit Mikey's Leagues website below.
Co-Founder and Executive Director of Mikey's League