The Greenwich Stars Basketball Coaches
Professional Coaches, No Parent Coaches. No Politics.
Greenwich Stars players come from 38 towns in Connecticut and New York, They play basketball with us because of our outstanding, professional coaches. Our coaches make players better. 7,448 Boys and Girls have played basketball with us over the last 15 years. The Greenwich Stars have won (7) Zero Gravity National Championships. Our players display great sportsmanship, dedication and respect for the game of basketball. The Greenwich Stars are the largest and most honored youth basketball organization in the region.
The Greenwich Stars are are open to elite, travel, school and recreational players. Basketball sessions are held at (4) Facilities in Greenwich, CT.
The Greenwich Stars are now in our 15th year serving families 12 months a year, 7 days a week. Boys and Girls ages 2 – 15 are welcome from all towns. Scholarships are available.
The Greenwich Stars are more than a basketball organization – The Stars are a “community” that is committed to helping young people on and off the court. When a player makes a commitment to our basketball organization, they become our top priority. We truly care about each and every one of our players and their families. We are in the basketball world to have a positive and lasting impact on all our players. Swearing, poor behavior and technical fouls are not allowed on the Greenwich Stars. We want every player to grow and learn and become a better person on and off the basketball court. A goal is to win basketball games — but it’s even better when you win by playing within the rules, by playing as a team and by playing hard and always doing your very best.
The Greenwich Stars are not a “sports factory” like so many others. All players have fun and they learn the fundamentals and skills needed to become a better player. Practices are “learning experiences” and teamwork is emphasized. The Greenwich Stars also have a mentoring and leadership program, as well as a unique basketball program (called “Special Stars”) for children who have Special Needs.