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Welcome to BAA′s home on the web!


Welcome to the Bloomington Athletic Association (BAA) web site.  Known as the largest all volunteer sports organization in the United States,  serving over 5,000 youth in 12 sports annually.   Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, game results, directions and much, much, more.


Membership Registration is now available.  Click on the left navigation bar for Register Online to access.  Please consider registering.  You will get email reminders of upcoming sign-ups and other baa information emailed to you.

Volleyball Youth Night

Jefferson Jaguar Youth Night!

Tuesday September 19th @ 7pm

Jefferson High School


*Wear your camp tee or fall team jersey and get in FREE!

*Come for a fun night of Varsity Volleyball!

*Be on the court for Varsity warm-ups!

*Games and prizes for youth players!

* Check out Jeffersonvolleyball.org for the full season game schedule and more youth volleyball info. 

* Come cheer on the Jaguar players!

by karen aber posted 09/19/2017
Girls Basketball 2017-2018

Girls Basketball - Signup online here

In person signups

Tuesday Sept 19 6:00pm-8:30pm

Saturday Sept 23 from 11:00am-1:00pm

​Signups will take place at Dick's Sporting Goods, Richfield


Fee for Mini-Mite K-2 Boys and Girls $85.00, 3rd-12th Grade Girls $112.00

BAA offers a fall Girl’s basketball league for girls in grades K through 12 and boys K-2. Sign-ups are held in early August. A typical season starts in Mid-October and ends in early December. A program overview is listed below the table. For this sport, volunteers are needed as coaches, asst coaches, scorekeepers, timekeepers and occasionally referees.  New This Year 2nd Grade Boy's can learn fundamentals in the Mini-mite program and/or Play with the Boy's program in early January with the 3rd grade boy's.


by posted 09/19/2017
Discover Unihockey / Floorball

Discover Unihockey / Floorball - northern Europe’s largest school sport and Sweden’s largest indoor sport! Equipment invented in Minnesota in the early 60’s; it is today’s contemporary version of floor hockey.  

Unihockey / Floorball features optimized equipment and rules that promote non-contact play.  Teams are co-ed and a mix of ages.  The ball, a specialized wiffle design that provides precise flight, is hit by a stick that features a plastic netted blade.  The kid friendly rules feature no stick-to-stick contact or body checking and sticks must remain below the player’s waist.  Also, youth based Unihockey is played without goalies but safety glasses are recommended. 

Unihockey’s fun, fast paced play is perfect for cardiovascular exercise; everyone can participate regardless of size, strength or skill.  Unihockey is expected to be in 2024 Olympics and is also called Floorball or Innebandy.  Stick, ball and safety glasses provided. 

Fall 2017  9 sessions  1 hour/session  Location: Washburn Elementary Grades 3rd-7th      

Coed   I hope to have 4 competitive teams that play a revolving schedule for 9 weeks:  2 teams practice/scrimmage 630pm to 730pm (early); 2 teams practice/scrimmage 730pm to 830pm (late).  Same gym. Switch around each week.  

1st Session Tue Sept 12th 6:30 pm  Additional Tues Nites are:  


Sept 19, Sept 26, Oct 3, Oct 10, OFF MEA!!!, Oct 24, OFF HALLOWEEN 10/31, Nov 7, Nov 14, OFF Thanksgiving!!!, Nov 28


Fee for this sport is $90 plus an additional $5 fee for credit card processing.

Volunteers are needed for coaching. To see Unihockey / Floorball videos visit Facebook and Instagram:  Minnesota Floorball Association 

City Director - Cael Sprute csprute@hotmail.com

by posted 09/07/2017
Wrestling Signups

Wrestling Signups

Wrestling signups will be on Oct 15 and Oct 18th from 6:30-7:30pm at the BAA Equipment Building located at 185 East 102nd Street.


The Bloomington Athletic Association offers wrestling for boys in grades Pre-K-8th, with a season of November - February of each year. The fee is  $97 for.  Scholarships are available for all jr high wrestlers who wish to participate in both the Jr. High season and BAA.  During the season, participants will compete in several in-house tournaments, and there is a city wide tournament at the end of January at Kennedy High School.

by karen aber posted 08/17/2017
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