Nashua PAL Cross Country
Nashua PAL is a premier youth cross-country program in New England. Nashua PAL GCS continues to produce a number of USATF Junior Olympic National Championship teams and numerous All-Americans in various age groups for boys and girls.
Starting with the largest elementary youth running program in New England, the Nashua PAL GCS program is open to all youth runners from any and all communities across New Hampshire. We are excited to continue that success into next season and maintain our tradition for having a professional, established, and fun youth program.
Nashua PAL FORCE Football
The NPF Football Program is one of the largest in the state and is recognized for fielding successful teams at nearly every level of competition. With seven state championships over the last seven years, and serving over 175 players ranging in age from 5 to 15, PAL Force football, achieves success.
We offer a flag football program for ages 5, 6 and 7 for players in grades pre-k, k, 1st and 2nd. We also offer tackle football for ages 7 through 15 for players in 2nd through 8th grade. Looking for specifics? Check out www.nashuapalforce.com or call 603-402-1PAL.
Nashua PAL FORCE Spirit
The NPF Spirit Program is one of the tops in the state and has captured 25 state, regional and national championships over the last seven years. Serving over 120 cheerleaders ranging in age from 5 to 15 and grades pre-kindergarten to 8th grade, we aim to teach at almost every level.
We offer a less competitive Tiny Mite program for ages 5, 6 and 7 for cheerleaders in grades pre-k, k, 1st and 2nd. We offer our full competitive spirit program for ages 7 through 15 for players in 2nd through 8th grade. Looking for specifics? Check out www.nashuapalforce.com or call 603-402-1PAL.
Nashua PAL Winter Cheer
Nashua PAL K-9 winter cheer is comprised of athletes ages 5-14. This is a competition cheer team only – we do not cheer for any games. Practice begins in December, and competition begins in February. The K-9 program attends 4 to 5 competitions a year, ending in March. We are not subject to boundary rules so all towns/cities can join. For more information, please email NHK9Cheer@yahoo.com.Nashua PAL K-9’s is pleased to offer tumbling to anyone, age 4-16, who is interested in enhancing their skills.
Costs for the program: $150 registration fee. For more information, please email NHK9Cheer@yahoo.com.
Nashua PAL Open Gym
Located on Main St, the PAL – St. Pat’s Gym is an open gymnasium for all youth after school (Monday – Friday, 3-6 PM).
Like most PAL programs, there is no cost for this program for any youth that is in school, positive in the community, and demonstrating progress in the classroom. This gym is also home to a number of community partners, bringing volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, and many more.
Stay tuned on our Facebook page for special nights!
Track and Field
This program is for youth runners ages 7 through 12** who are interested in competing in track and field events. It includes twice-weekly coached workouts and a series of local meets. Runners can choose to participate in the USATF Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships in June (optional). Click here for more information
Nashua PAL Boxing
Olympic Style Boxing with all USA Boxing certified Coaches, the Nashua PAL Boxing Club is a place to learn about boxing, and to become a member of an exclusive group of dedicated men and women.
You can join the Boxing Club by calling 603.883.5478 or stopping by during the hours of operation. Boxers compete Annually in the Silver Mittens & Golden Gloves Tournament as well as various other boxing shows across New England.
This Club also features a unique ladies only club. Training at every level occurs daily, with individual training sessions also happening (by appointment). Check out a video featuring our Boxing Gym Manager, Frank Chimento below!
Nashua PAL Street Hockey
Coached by current and former Police Officers, this 6-week session is open to Middle School students who want to play and learn about hockey. The season features a kick-off with a jamboree for all players, and concludes with two weeks of tournament style play.
Practices take place at the middle school, while games take place at the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nashua. All needed equipment (including safety goggles) is provided to all players.