Community Recreation Programs
ESports (Electronic Sports)
An exciting new addition to Clermont! ESports! The City of Clermont has partnered with GG Leagues a national ESports company to offer leagues for online gaming.
Leagues offered for youth, and adults. All ability levels!
Winter League starts January 24 registration open now through January 10!
Winter League games:
- Mario Kart
- Rocket League
- Smash Bros
For further information and questions please contact Emily Deal via email.
- What is ESports (Electronic Sports)?
This is a growing trend in recreation for leagues, tournaments, and games on gaming systems. Video games are played by a variety of ages and abilities this industry has also seen an increase due to isolation in the recent years. With ESports we are helping facilitate game-play on a virtual platform locally. Envision ESports like we would run a regular sports league; there are games, rules, code of conduct, referees, and brackets. The only difference is this is held virtually online as opposed to an in person sporting event.
- How does this work?
We have partnered with a third party company, GG leagues, and we are running our league with them. The participants will sign up through GG Leagues to participate in the games, leagues, and tournaments. The participant will need to have the game, and gaming console associated with the game to participate. We are starting with five games for the winter season of Madden, Rocket League, Mario Kart, Fortnite, and Smash Brothers.
- How do you sign up?
Go to our Clermont page through GG Leagues. Create an account, and look up our club City of Clermont to join. Purchase your ESports pass, and join the leagues/games you want, join the league and GG Leagues will take it from there! you will be communicated with from GG Leagues on scheduled of tournaments, code of conduct, how to submit scores and your opponents.
- When does it start?
Registration opens starting October 25 for the Winter season of our five leagues. The registration will be through January 10 then the league will start games on January 24.
- How much does it cost?
The pricing will vary, the winter league will be $40 to sign up for the season ESports pass. Once you have the pass you can participate in any or all of the 4 leagues for winter.
Clermont FC Soccer
The Clermont Football Club serves the communities of Lake County and is based in Clermont. Clermont Football Club has an in-house program and travel teams ranging from ages 5 to 19. They utilize the fields at the National Training Center, Hancock Park and Palatlakaha for practices and games. There are two soccer seasons running in the fall and spring. For more information please visit the Clermont FC Soccer Club website.
Clermont Girls Softball
Clermont Girls Softball League (CGSL) is a non-profit softball league for children and young adults ages 5 to 15 in Clermont, Florida. The objectives of the Clermont Girls Softball League are to play softball in a supervised, competitive and athletic atmosphere; and to implant in the girls in the community ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and reverence so that they may be finer, stronger, and happier young people who will grow to be good, clean and healthy adults. CGSL operates a Spring and a Fall season. For more information please visit the Clermont Girls Fastpitch Softball website.
Clermont Youth Lacrosse
Clermont Youth Lacrosse has teams that play in the Orange County Youth Lacrosse League. The league is open for grades 1 through 8 for boys, and grades 3 through 8 for girls. New players are always welcome. There are two seasons running from February through April and August through October with approximately 8 games per season. For more information, please contact Lake Lacrosse.
The NTC Aquatics swim team is located at the LiveWell Fitness Center/National Training Center. The team is comprised of a variety of training groups ranging from the entry-level swimmers (ages 5+), to the Senior/Elite swimmers, as well as a Masters program for adults 18+. Swimmers develop physical fitness, self-discipline, and self-esteem enabling them to maximize their potential, both athletically and personally. The team is always accepting new members and offer try-outs on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month at 5 pm.
Police Activities League
The Police Activities League is a youth activities program run by Law Enforcement Officers and volunteers for the purpose of preventing juvenile crime and drug use. The program provides positive role models in the form of police officers to instill discipline, self-esteem, positive moral values, and a sense of citizenship through athletics, educational and recreational interaction with children. Some on-going programs include cycling, boxing and karate.
Pop Warner Football
Pop Warner is a non-profit organization that provides youth football and cheer dance for participants 5 to 15 years old. The Clermont Knights have clinics and events at Highlander Field, located behind Clermont Middle School. The football season runs July through November each year. For more information please go to the Clermont Knights website.
Montverde Football & Cheer Pop Warner
Montverde Football and Cheer seeks to provide fun athletic learning opportunities for children, while emphasizing the importance of academic success. Specifically, Pop Warner seeks to familiarize players and spirit participants with the fundamentals of football, cheerleading and dance.
Men's Senior Softball League
The Men's South Lake Senior Softball 55+ League plays nearly year round on Monday and Thursday mornings at Hancock Park and Lake Felter Park in Clermont. Players must be at least 55 years old. To inquire about this league or to enter a new team into the league, contact Craig at 352-988-5400 or Harold at 352-394-3348. Players often practice Friday mornings at Lake Felter Park.
The Men's South Lake Senior Softball 70+ League plays at Hancock Park on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Players must be at least 68 years old. Open practices are held at Lake Felter Park on Friday mornings with the 55+ players. To inquire about this league, contact Harold at 352-394-3348.
South Lake Little League Baseball
South Lake Little League offers many exciting programs that open new opportunities throughout the community, including baseball leagues, coach and umpire training, clinics, camps and special events. In addition to these exciting opportunities, South Lake Little League offers almost year round baseball with a Spring Season and Fall Season for ages 5 to 14. For more information please visit the South Lake Little League website.
Download the Fall Registration Form (PDF).
South Lake YMCA
The South Lake YMCA serves the southern portion of Lake County including Clermont, Minneola, Montverde, Groveland, Mascotte and the surrounding areas. The South Lake YMCA offers safe, fun and enriching programming at various locations throughout Lake County, including sports, and after-school, cultural and community activities and programs. Current programs include basketball, cheerleading, flag football, t-ball/coach pitch, soccer and volleyball. For more information, please visit the YMCA website or call 407-656-6430.
Clermont Soccer Club - for Adult Men & Women
This league is based in Clermont and aims to inspire a healthy life and unite the community around a sport that enjoys worldwide popularity. The club is for beginners to experts. The main requirements: participants must be 18 years old and the love the sport. Individuals or teams are welcome to join. The club has the only league in the county to have a women-only tournament. For more information visit the Clermont Soccer Club website, Clermont Soccer Club Facebook page, email the Clermont Soccer Club or call 352-450-0760.