Hayward Police Acitivities League (Hayward PAL) is part of our mission to enhance the quality of life in Hayward by focusing on being proactive and prevention-oriented in the community to develop cooperation, coordination, and relationships between youth, police and community through recreation and cultural enrichment.
Engaging Kids, Cops & Community
Police Activities Leagues (PAL) is a nationwide membership program dedicated to providing mentorship, service, athletics, recreational enrichment, educational opportunities and resources to kids in every community. In the Summer of 2022 the Hayward Police Department proudly joined the over 140 cities and counties in California who are apart of California PAL, the first state PAL Program and the largest PAL program in the country.
Since it's beginning in 1971, California PAL served nearly half a million youth and their families throughout the state and we are excited to add Hayward youth to that growing number. Learn more about California PAL ⇒
Join us every other Wednesday from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at the Matt Jimenez Community Center Gymnasium for a FREE youth Fútsal clinic.
The 2024 youth Fútsal clinic is open to Hayward students ages 12 - 17 and runs from Feb. 21- May 15, 2024. Students are required to be a registered Hayward PAL member to participate.
During the bi-weekly 2 hour clinic students will meet with Hayward PAL activities coordinators and coaches to learn about the ins and outs of the game, everything from goals and volleys to cross and corner-kicks, while building character, making friends and improving overall fitness and mental health.
Don't miss out on this great free opportunity, register your child to be a Hayward PAL Member today!
Meet the Hayward PAL Team:
Antonio "Coach Tony" Puente
22701 Main St.
Hayward, CA 94544
Officer James Strawser
North District Office
22701 Main Street
Hayward, CA 94541
Officer Alicia Romero
South District Office
28605 Ruus Rd
Hayward, CA 94544