Fairfax Police
Youth Club

current welcome

August 20, 2022

The Fairfax Police Youth Club (FPYC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of leadership, sportsmanship, and physical fitness, while encouraging and providing opportunities for youth to participate in a variety of sports. The Club was originally founded as a joint police department and community program. FPYC has since developed into an independent community organization and is self-supporting.

In 2023, we will celebrate our 60th Anniversary!  We are hoping to put together a fabulous float for the City of Fairfax 4th of July parade.  If you are interested in being a part of that, please email Becky McNaughton at treasurer@fpycsports.com!

While totally independent, the police department still strongly supports FPYC and has representatives on the FPYC Board of Directors. Today, FPYC provides sporting venues for the youth of both the City of Fairfax and children from surrounding areas of Fairfax County. Sports that are available through FPYC include: Basketball, Field Hockey, Football (Flag and Tackle) ; Irish Football, Lacrosse, Running, Soccer, Wrestling and Youth Challenged sports.

We are looking for Sports Directors for Cheer and Volleyball.  If you are interested in helping us get both of these programs back up and running please contact president@fpycsports.com.


FALL Registration Open for Football

Soccer and Running! 

WINTER Registration Open for Basketball!

Click HERE to register for 2023 Fall & Winter Sports 

Winter Walk-in Registration Dates:
September 23 and October 14, 2023
10:00 AM to 12:00 noon, only
FPYC Clubhouse – 10701 West Dr., Fairfax City, VA  22030

Attention: High School Seniors!
The L. Patrick Laing Scholarship 2023 Application deadline is May 1, 2023. Click on Scholarship tab for scholarship qualifications and application form. 

Fairfax HS Field Hockey 2022 Virginia State Champions
Amber Beaudoin/ FPYC Field Hockey

Congratulations! Fairfax High School Field Hockey team are 2022 Virginia State Champions. FPYC congratulates Coach Amber Beaudoin and team for this outstanding accomplishment. This award is the result of hard work and skills development, dedication and teamwork.

Amber is the Sports Director of the FPYC Field Hockey sports program. Our program consists of clinic  sessions with skills training and scrimmages where registrants learn the game of field hockey from experienced high school coaches, high school players, former high school players and former college players. Registration is open for girls and boys in Grades 3-8. Players are grouped by age and ability. FPYC Field Hockey is a Spring sport. Please refer to fpycsports.com for further information about the FPYC Field Hockey sports program.



Weather Policy

FPYC utilizes both City of Fairfax and Fairfax County fields and gyms. It is the responsibility of each coach to check the weather line and follow the appropriate action. At no time should an FPYC team be on a field or at a gym that has been closed.

City of Fairfax

The City of Fairfax Weather line is 703-385-7976. This line is updated daily by 3pm and on weekends by 7am.

Fairfax County

The Fairfax County Weather line is 703-324-5264. This line is updated during the week for all parks but not on weekends. School fields are not always included in the update. Therefore, it is FPYC’s policy to close the school fields if the County has closed the local parks or if the City of Fairfax has closed fields closest to the County field in question.

Some of the County fields drain better than others in wet conditions. It is the responsibility of the Sports Director or his/her designee to make a determination whether or not that field is playable. FPYC is financially responsible for any damage done to fields. When in doubt close the field.

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June 29, 2020

To Our Missed FPYC Families

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a fluid situation.  As we go through the month of July we will begin opening up registration for our Fall Sports. 

We continue to look to the Governor and our local Governments for guidance and will shape our Fall sports programs to meet the guidelines provided. 

Even though we may not yet know what form the Fall season will shape into, we do know that we will have some form of play for our FPYC athletes, as long as Virginia continues to open up.

Link to Governor’s Press Release about Phase 3