skip navigation


If your child misses school for illness...

They must also miss practice/game that same day


24 HOUR RULE

Any player or parent/guardian who is upset with a coach, for any reason, should wait 24 hours before approaching any coach, sport commissioner or GRAA sport liaison with complaints. This rule is intended to let parents and coaches have a cooling/calming down period. After that time, the first thing to do is to discuss the problem with the coach or assistant coach. If necessary, the sport commissioner and/or board sport liaison may be included. It is the GRAA board’s opinion that, after waiting the required period of time, everyone will be able to discuss any issue in a calmer, more professional manner. Please visit contact.graa.org for contact info

Questions?

If you have a question on any particular sport please go to our CONTACT page and send a message to the Commissioner of your child's sport or GRAA Board member


Welcome to the Glen Ridge Athletic Association

The Glen Ridge Athletic Association is a volunteer organization, which sponsors, organizes and promotes organized sports activities for the children of Glen Ridge regardless of their level of ability. The organization also is committed to providing the more advanced athlete the opportunity to participate at a more serious level of play.

GRAA programs are open to all residents of Glen Ridge and others who are students in the Glen Ridge School System.


Updates:

GRAA Softball Spring 23 Registration

GRAA Softball Registration is open

Click here for more info and to register


Boys Lacrosse Registration Now Open

Boys in Pre-K to 8th grade may sign up now. Click here for more info and to register.


BASEBALL SPRING 2023

GRAA is excited to continue participating in Bloomfield Little League. Click here for more info and to register


Get In Sync!

Find out how to sync your GRAA team to Google Calendar or your mobile phone


If your child misses school for illness...

They must also miss practice/game that same day