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2023 JCC Maccabi Games

JCC Maccabi Games in St. Louis

St. Louis JCC Maccabi Games® Delegation

2023 JCC Maccabi Games
Israel: July 5-25 (14-17-year-olds)
Fort Lauderdale: August 6-11 (12-16-year-olds)

Pre-register for Maccabi

Tryouts Schedule:

Tryouts required for these sports. Guardian attendance at a meeting required. 

Sunday, November 20
Centene Hockey Arena
Hockey: 4:20-5:20pm

Sunday, December 4
The J’s Marilyn Fox Building in Chesterfield
Basketball: 4pm
Volleyball: 5pm
Guardian Meeting: 4:30pm

Sunday, December 11
The J’s Marilyn Fox Building in Chesterfield
Baseball: 4pm
Soccer: 5pm
Guardian Meeting: 4:30pm

Additional Sports (no tryouts): Dance, Flag Football, Lacrosse, Star Reporter, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis
Guardian attendance at a meeting required.

Contact: Emilie Brockman, 314-442-3267

JCC MACCABI GAMES® (13-16 year olds):
The JCC Maccabi Games offer Jewish teens a unique social, cultural and life-shaping experience. The Games bring athletes from around the world together and serve a larger purpose than athletic competition. They promote Rachmanus (compassion), Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World), and Amiut Yehudit (Jewish Peoplehood). These sentiments are shared during the week through unique experiences. The energy and excitement make the Games an unforgettable experience for everyone – whether athlete, volunteer, coach or host. St. Louis has participated in the Games since 1984, taking athletes to cities throughout the United States and Israel, and hosted in 1993, 1996, 2003 and 2016.

Welcoming & Inclusion Statement

The J believes all athletes deserve to participate in a safe and welcoming community. We are committed to creating an atmosphere where all athletes, staff and volunteers feel safe, supported, respected, empowered, and equal. Our programs, including the JCC Maccabi Games, welcome all athletes, staff and volunteers who are transgender and/or non-binary.

All athletes who are transgender will participate in categories that reflect their gender identity. Athletes who identify as non-binary will choose the gender category in which to compete throughout the games. Registration asks athletes to select from male, female, non-binary, choose not to disclose or not listed (with the option to fill in your preferred selection). Please choose the gender with which you identify.