Special Olympics Florida

Seminole County

Our Sports

Athletes can train and compete in Special Olympics sports from the age of 8 years old and up. Some sports have a minimum age requirement that is older than 8 years old.

Each sports season lasts approximately 3-4 months with at least 8 weeks of training and three levels of competition: County, Area, and State Games. Follow the steps below to get signed up.

  • Step 1:  Become a registered athlete (paperwork is good for 3 years) before signing up for a sport. Submit to Seminole County.
  • Step 2:  Sign up for a specific sport.  Athletes can register online a few weeks before a season begins. Volunteers can register via email and attend scheduled coaches meetings.  If you are not a registered athlete, you must contact us first, before signing up for a sport
  • Step 3:  Await a confirmation email with your sports schedule and start participating. Check the sports page throughout the season for schedule updates, competition details, and more.

Summer Sports Season (January – May) Athletes can only compete in one sport per season.

  • Athletics
  • Bocce
  • Cheerleading
  • Cycling
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball

Fall Sports Season (July- November) Athletes can only compete in one sport per season.

  • Flag Football
  • Gymnastics
  • Powerlifting
  • Softball

Individual State Sports Seasons

  • Basketball (October – February)
  • Bowling (August – December)
  • Equestrian (October-March)
  • Golf (April-September)
  • Stand Up Paddle (June – August)
  • Surfing (June- October)
  • Swimming (June-October)
  • Tennis (January – May)