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PEACE Basketball continues to monitor the guidelines provided by the CDC and state and local health officials regarding COVID-19.   We will make any changes to the SPBBL if necessary in order to adhere to the latest guidelines. The health and safety of all our players, families, and staff remain our top priority.

Full COVID-19 Safety Protocols Below

Mask Requirements

In accordance with CDC and State and City guidelines, as of Jan 3, 2021, ALL players, coaches, staff, and spectators MUST wear masks AT ALL TIMES, regardless of vaccination status. 

We ask that each player have only 2 spectators / guests watching the game. While this is not mandatory, it is highly encouraged.  Also, to the extent possible, we ask parents/guardians to not stay in the gym during practices. 

Stamford Peace reserves the right to change the mask policy and number of spectators in the gyms throughout the season at any time. 

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We are so grateful for the support of our sponsors, who are helping our programs grow and flourish. We hope you will please consider supporting these local businesses that are committed to helping others and strengthening our community. 

DIVSIONS 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 & 8 ARE CLOSED!

2021-2022 SPBBL Season

A high-level recreational basketball league for 1st thru 8th graders.

WHAT:     The season will run from November 15, 2021 until March 6, 2022, including playoffs. One practice one evening a week and one game on the weekend at a local gym. 

WHAT:     High level basketball instruction, well-balanced competition, organized and thoughtful scheduling, energetic and engaged coaches/referees and great fun! Teams will be grade based. Grades may be combined based on numbers. 

COST:        Grades 1 - 4        $170.00
                   Grades 5 - 8        $185.00

$10 early bird discount available until September 24th. Discount applied automatically at checkout.

$10 late fee will be applied to registrations after November 6.

Scholarships are available; click here more information.

Evaluations will be held for ALL players in 1st through 6th grades. 

Players in 7th & 8th grade - NBA division - will be drafted. All players (new and returning) in
7th & 8th grade must attend the draft.

ALL registered players will be placed on a team.

 Saturday, November 6th
Yerwood Center
90 Fairfield Avenue, Stamford. 

Evaluation times are as follows:
1st grade – 9:00 - 9:45 am
2nd grade - 10:00 - 10:45 am 
3rd & 4th grade – 11:00 - 11:45 am

 5th & 6th grade – 12:00 – 12:45 pm

Player Draft
7th & 8th grade – 1:00 – 1:45 pm



Volunteer Coach Sign Up

Share your love and knowledge of the game! Sign up to coach a team!  Volunteer coaches needed in all divisions.

  • The SPBBL is a volunteer run league. 
  • There will be NO friend requests in any grade level for players and/or coaches of any sort. Gym location requests are also not accepted.
  • We will allow players to select days they are unable to attend a practice. We will do our best to honor the request but it is not guaranteed.
  • Players will be assigned to teams based on the grade they are in for the 2021-2022 school year. 
  • Payment in FULL is due upon  registration. (Special payment arrangements must be made directly with the Commissioner of the League. Contact main office at 203-588-9020  or

Sign Up to be a Sponsor

Put your local business in front of local parents, families, coaches, athletes and students by taking a SPONSORSHIP with Stamford Peace. You can increase your company's brand awareness, while making a real difference in our local community. Rates are reasonable and include both physical and digital promotion.  Download our Sponsor Form below or contact Rebecca Isenstein at or 203-588-9020 for more information.

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Stamford Peace Youth Foundation, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit corporation founded in 2008, is dedicated to the philosophy that
"basketball is a privilege" - valuing consistent effort and achievement in children's core responsibilities in the classroom, in the community, and at home.