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Welcome to HFBA's website!

 

We hope everyone is enjoying their Holidays. We start back up next Tuesday night January 3rd with team practices.

We have games on Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday.

The Clinic resumes next Saturday at 8:00AM at HMS for 5 & 6 year olds and 9:10AM for 7 & 8 year olds. Uniforms are scheduled to be handed out for Clinic.

There is no school Friday January 6th and gyms will be closed.

 

 

HAMDEN FATHER’S BASKETBALL MISSION STATEMENT

The Hamden Fathers' Basketball Association was founded in 1955 in association with the Department of Parks and Recreation. Our league is designed for boys and girls from 5 years of age up to 17 years of age and teaches the game of basketball in a positive environment that promotes fun for the entire family.

Our mission is not only to teach the fundamental skills of the game but also to teach the important values of sportsmanship and teamwork from an early age. Hamden Fathers' Basketball welcomes diversity, as well as encourages fairness, respect, and acceptance among our players. Many of our games are competitive, which makes for a very exciting championship season!

Our games are on Saturdays beginning in December and continue through our championship events in March. In addition to our regular teams, we offer a travel team for players who wish to compete at a higher level. We kick off the season with an exciting Opening Night each year and have All-Star games and Championship games. We encourage parents to come out and support their children by attending our games and events, and are always more than happy to welcome new players and parents to the Hamden Fathers' family!

 

 

 

Hamden Fathers Basketball is proud  to announce former player Taniyah Thompson latest accomplishment

Former HFBA Player Taniyah Thompson Becomes Hamden Dragon All-Time Scorer

History was made at Hamden High School on January 18th 2019 when Hamden’s Taniyah Thompson drained a short jumper during the first quarter of Hamden’s 62-38 victory over Career Magnet. With the bucket, Thompson set the Hamden High School All-Time Career Scoring Record, for both boys and girls, with 1,482 points. The previous record, held by Katie Donahue, stood for 23 years. Thompson, a Hamden Fathers’ alum is headed to the University of Rhode Island on a basketball scholarship, closed out her record setting night with 23 points to lead the Lady Dragons.