Welcome to Valley United Striders!
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce the VALLEY UNITED STRIDERS ALL STAR TEAM. Restructured in 1986, Valley United has served as a vehicle for our top athletes of the VYC to unite together and compete locally and nationally. The team originally goes back into the 1960s. The Valley United Striders is the second oldest team in the State. Our USATF team number is 15.
The Valley United Striders competes in the USA Track and Field circuit as well as the AAU. Over the past decade Valley United has proven itself to be a dominating force locally and a nationally recognized power house. Our club has produced many National Champions, broken records, set records and won National Team Titles in both Cross Country and Track and Field.
2022 Track & Field
This year The Valley United Team will be competing in the USATF season!
This years Post Season Team will be made up of all participating teams in the Valley Conference and surrounding High Schools. Only VYC IEC qualified athletes will be invited on the team!! All High School athletes are welcome.
To participate as a Valley United Strider, you will need to purchase a USATF card by logging onto the USATF/membership website and get your card. Be sure to attach to the Valley United Track Club team #15. You will either need to renew your card if you already have one, or get a new membership, if you have never had one. If you are getting a new card please be sure to upload your birth document at the same time. This will take 5 to 10 days to get as only the National office can verify it.
You will need to fill out the Jot Form registration when it is availble and the fee’s will be listed at that time. Once you have completed the online application process your athlete will be added to the Valley United Team. We are always striving towards making the transition between Valley Youth Conference competition and USATF competition easier for all involved. We welcome everyone to the Valley United Striders and look forward to an awesome and exciting season.
You must compete in the June 3-5 meet to obtain a qualifing time to enter the Mandatory Association meet! All races except the California Games are madatory to advance through each race!! Only qualifiers will move on to the next race
June 23-24 USATF Region 15 Multi Championship – Orange Glen High School (Multi event athletes only)
June 24th-26th – USATF Region 15 – Orange Glen High School Escondido – Top 5 finishers move to Junior Olympics [ Meet Flyer ]
July 25th-31st -National Junior Olympics – Sacramento Ca [ Meet Information ]
Optional Race – LA Jets meet – May 27th-29th- TBA Athletes will register and pay for this meet on Athletic.net Coaches may not be in attendance
Valley United Striders USATF team Number is 33-015
Valley United Striders AAU team Number is WYBT8T
Who we are …
The Valley Youth Conference simply put is the Best Conference in Southern California, having been in existence since 1966. The Conference acts as a governing body with well established playing rules and standards that are first and foremost, fair to all competitors.
We are a non-profit volunteer organization devoted to youth through athletics. We offer a year round sports program through football, track & field , cross country, and cheerleading for boys and girls ages 5 to 18. Our goal is to provide a safe, healthy environment for our youth to develop in both athletics and citizenship. We encourage scholastic achievement, and have annually awarded thousands of dollars in academic scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have participated in one of our many athletic programs. We encompass the entire San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, Antelope Valley, Pasadena, West Los Angeles area, and Simi Valley.
The Valley Youth Conference helps develop and guide the youth of today into the leaders of tomorrow. Over the past forty years our members have grown up and returned to the Valley Youth Conference as leaders, coaches and volunteers to give children the same opportunities, benefits and rewarding memories that can last a lifetime to the over 5,000 families that participate annually.