Mission Statement

To offer amateur sports programs
through a volunteer base for all
people to have the physical, mental,
and moral development of amateur
athletes and to promote good
sportsmanship and good citizenship.
Vision Statement

To offer amateur athletes and
volunteers opportunities to develop to
their highest level through a national
and local network of sporting events.
Through participation in AAU, we
achieve our dreams as athletes and
as valued citizens of our communities.
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525 Burnside Avenue
East Hartford, CT 06108
Toll Free: 1-866-341-8241
Local: 860-291-8241
Connecticut District
of the
Amateur Athletic Union
Sports for All, Forever!

Attention High School Seniors

We are pleased and excited to announce that
we have received a record breaking number
of complete timely Scholarship Applications!

We will be reviewing all of the applicants
materials' in the coming weeks and
Scholarship notification letters will be going
out by the end of April.

Please direct any questions to Cindy Hetu at:  

You are invited to the
10th Annual
Connecticut AAU
Awards Banquet
June 3, 2014

Ticket Order Form

Do you know of someone who has
contributed to the AAU...a volunteer,
coach or other person who has gone way
above and beyond?
CLICK HERE for a Nomination Form

Social Hour 6:00pm
Dinner 7:00pm
Sports and Scholarship Awards
immediately following

62 Cove Street
New Haven, CT

Please contact Cindy Hetu if you have any
questions regarding the banquet, scholarship
awards process...or anything to do with the
Connecticut AAU!!!

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Remember - Registration now
includes a background check on
all adults applying for
AAU membership.  
Please allow 1 - 3 weeks for

Attention athletes and parents
looking for a competitive
sports team:

Sports Directors' contact and
more information can be found
on the Sports page as listed
on the left side of this page.  

All AAU teams have a
registration, practice and
try-out  procedure.  
registration does NOT
place you
on a team.
 This is very
different from a town
recreational league.  You
MUST follow procedure.  

It is YOUR responsibility to
locate a team, contact the
team manager and follow

their procedures.  Every Club
and/or Team has its own
policies and procedures.  
Click Here
for AAU

If you have any questions
registering, please call the
National office directly at:  
Phone: 407-934-7200

Click here
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The Connecticut AAU
will be holding its
Annual Meeting

Monday, May 5, 2014
Courtyard by Marriott,
5 Sebethe Drive
Rocky Hill, CT

Sports Meetings: 6pm
Annual Meeting: 7pm