About Eagle Youth Sports
We want kids from pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade to have a chance for participate in a supportive team environment. To learn a game and have fun at the same time.
Our goal is to create a positive environment to help give young players confidence as they grow and make friends each week.
We started with floor hockey in Summer 2022, with an eight-week season of games each Sunday -- followed up by two Sundays of fun playoff action and then awards, including the winning teams' names on the championship trophy!
Leagues are currently in two divisions to make sure kids compete at similar age levels:
We also offer discounts when you sign up multiple players (or whole teams of 10) or if you also want to be a volunteer coach.
So sign up today!
About Our Venue
Sokol Spirit has a history that reaches back over 130 years, and its building in Brookfield, IL, was recently renovated. Floor hockey with Eagle Youth Sports will take place in the building's upper gym.
The location at 3909 Prairie Avenue is easily reached by car, is only a block away from the Brookfield station of the Burlington Santa Fe Railroad, and is also near bus route #31 of the Regional Transit Authority.
About Our Founder
Jack Nasatsky, the founder of Eagle Youth Sports, has been a part of local youth sports organizations since 2006, when he started as a volunteer coach for his sons' flag football teams.
After his own kids were too old to play in the youth program, Jack became a manager for the same organization. "My time there made me realize I wanted to start a program of my own," he says.
"Starting Eagle Youth Sports is very exciting to me because I will be bringing kids together in a fun environment where they can play sports without the pressures of winning."
Jack's years of experience as a manager, coach, cheering parent (and also a floor hockey player) have instilled in him a love of youth sports and a desire to provide opportunities for high-quality, inexpensive team experiences for kids and their parents in the western suburbs of Chicago.
"I loved coaching my own sons and their teams, and I hope you, as parents, can experience the same. You will never forget it."
Jack looks back on his coaching beginnings and realizes that the fact he had no coaching experience wasn't a barrier to fun and success. "I was given the tools I needed, and we will do the same for you at Eagle Youth Sports."
"I hope you join me as we provide a fun experience for kids that will keep them coming back. Hopefully you will return as a coach as well."