SMYO Board of Directors welcomes you to your facility and hope you enjoy your visit. To keep our facility safe and a fun place to play baseball, soccer, and flag football we have the following rules: NO Pets, Tobacco Products (Smoking, Chewing, Dipping or Vaping), Alcohol, Barefeet, Bicycles, Littering, Rollerblades, Skateboards, Large Coolers, Grills On Property, Outside Food, Glass
Welcome to SMYO's home on the web!
SMYO Serving the Youth of Charles County since 1971. 45 Years Strong!!!
Home of SMYO Soccer, SMYO Flag Football and the SMYO Baseball MUSTANGS!
We offer a Family Environment; Safe, Friendly and Fun for all. Families with multiple sporting interest find SMYO the most accommodating organization in this area with programs in Baseball, Soccer and Flag Football. Younger age groups ALL play at SMYO.
We currently offer programs in soccer and baseball, and Flag Football! Our Soccer Program has been growing each and every season. Our Baseball Programs offer a Recreational League as well as a Travel League Division. Our Flag Football Program has grown (20%) consisently since it's launch in 2014. We also offer FREE Fitness and Fundamentals Clinics for each sport at the beginning of the Spring and Fall Sporting Seasons. Our facilities in Pomfret, Maryland offer players and their families a fully functioning Concessions Stand, Clubhouse (for meetings), Playground, three batting cages, four baseball fields (60', 70' & 90' depending on our needs), five soccer fields and 2 flag football fields. Come check us out.
SMYO is very excited to announce our affiliation with PONY Baseball.
PONY has a very decorated history dating back to 1951 and is known for offering safe programs that help to foster and protect our youth. A philosophy that we also strongly support.
Several Major League Baseball players, including former stars like Ken Griffey Jr., Nolan Ryan and Cal Ripen Jr. grew up playing PONY baseball.
Today the organization includes more than 500,000 boys and girls of all ages. Our partnership with PONY baseball will afford several benefits. Some of those include: participation in "All Star" tournaments, inter-league games with other PONY organizations, coach & umpire training opportunities and fundraising support.
For more information regarding Pony Baseball click here.
SMYO Policy: Parents may not request coaches, practice nights/times, or practice/games locations.
SMYO Policy: Refund- Registration fees are non-refundable. If there are extreme circumstances, the registered member will need to request a refund in writing to the Board of Directors and the information presented to the Board.
Please remember our coaches and all SMYO Board Members are volunteers. They've agreed to help provide a fun and safe place for your child to learn and play baseball. Our coaches are taught to solicit parents to help out during games and practices. Please help them when you can and it will be appreciated.
Our priority at SMYO is to have a safe place for our children to learn and play sports. If you see something wrong, say or do something. Keep in mind that the woods have dangerous things such as snakes, ticks, and wild animals (we have seen a Fox). Please watch your children play around the fields and at the playground. We also remind everyone of the Rules for the SMYO fields: No Pets, No Alcohol, No Bare Feet, No Cursing, and ASOLUTELY No Violence (threats or physical violence).
Equipment & Uniforms
Each player must have a glove, cleats, and plenty of water or Gatorade. SMYO provides game jersey, hats and socks. These are mandatory uniforms for all games.
Skills nights will be incorporated into the game schedule for each age group. These training sessions will emphasize on the fundamentals of baseball. These sessions will be FREE and open to anyone who wants extra time on the field working with different coaches.
SMYO Field Prep
All parents, players and coaches are urged to help out. Spring Date TBD
6U, 8U, 10U, 14U & 16U practice at SMYO and at local schools in Charles County. The school fields are permitted for use. Your coach has a permit provided by SMYO for these facilities. So, make sure you know where your practices are to be held. The coaches will give out this information.
Please monitor your children for safety while sitting, playing or enjoying our fields. FOUL BALLS do leave the fields of play. This can be painful if you are not paying attention. Please BE ALERT!
Game Locations for Baseball : Spring TBD
Schedules - Ready the week of the first game.
Uniforms - Coaches will give out uniforms prior to the first game
First Baseball Games - Spring Dates TBD
Season Ends - Spring Dates TBD
Team Pictures - Spring Dates TBD
If you have any questions or concerns during the season, please talk to your Coach first. If you do not get the issue resolved, contact the Baseball Commissioner at firstname.lastname@example.org . Our goal is for everyone to enjoy playing sports. One key way for us to succeed is through Open Communication.
Thank you for choosing SMYO (www.smyo.org) and we hope you and your player have a great season!
Help SMYO by making a donation or being a sponsor. We accept donations from individuals and offer sponsorship levels for businesses. Please help SMYO continue for another 45 years providing a learning, fun, and safe environment for all youth of Charles County. We are the only non-profit youth sports organization in Charles County that own their own property and we offer three sport programs for all players. If you want to sponsor a specific activity or item (for example, field light replacement, new digital sign by the road), please contact us at
Registration fees are non-refundable. If there are extreme circumstances, the registered member will need to request a refund in writing to the Board of Directors and then the information is presented to the Board. The Board of the Directors has the final determination.