• THE LA WATTS GAMES

    A USA CITY GAMES PROGRAM

    LAST SPORTS EVENT
    JUNE 29TH

    345 ATHLETES
    BASKETBALL, SOCCER, VOLLEYBALL

    8:30am - 7pm
    Saturday, June 29 2019

    Westwood Rec. Center
    1350 S Sepulveda Blvd
    LA, CA 90025
  • THE LA WATTS GAMES

    A USA CITY GAMES PROGRAM

    LAST SPORTS EVENT
    JUNE 29TH

    345 ATHLETES
    BASKETBALL, SOCCER, VOLLEYBALL

    8:30am - 7pm
    Saturday, June 29 2019

    Westwood Rec. Center
    1350 S Sepulveda Blvd
    LA, CA 90025
  • THE LA WATTS GAMES

    A USA CITY GAMES PROGRAM

    LAST SPORTS EVENT
    JUNE 29TH

    345 ATHLETES
    BASKETBALL, SOCCER, VOLLEYBALL

    8:30am - 7pm
    Saturday, June 29 2019

    Westwood Rec. Center
    1350 S Sepulveda Blvd
    LA, CA 90025
  • THE LA WATTS GAMES

    A USA CITY GAMES PROGRAM

    LAST SPORTS EVENT
    JUNE 29TH

    345 ATHLETES
    BASKETBALL, SOCCER, VOLLEYBALL

    8:30am - 7pm
    Saturday, June 29 2019

    Westwood Rec. Center
    1350 S Sepulveda Blvd
    LA, CA 90025

OUR SPONSORS

WITHOUT THEM, WE COULD NOT PROVIDE OUR YOUTH AND COMMUNITY ANY OF THE UPCOMING EVENTS

Our Mission

The USA City Games provides continuous opportunities for The LA Watts Summer and Winter Games, and youth sporting programs & events for underserved communities in Los Angeles and expansion to like-minded communities throughout the country.

“Every young person in Los Angeles deserves the opportunity to excel, to know the thrill of competition, and to build values of equality, teamwork and fair play that will serve them well throughout their lives. I hereby declare the Los Angeles Watts Summer Games, back!"

-Los Angeles Mayor - Eric Garcetti.

“We’re really excited that we have been successful in bringing the games back,” says Billy Frank, Cheif Executive Officer, of the USA City Games, the umbrella company of “The L.A. Watts Summer Games which were conceived to bridge racial barriers after the 1965 L.A. Watts Rebellion."

-Los Angeles Times, 2018
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3X NBA LA LAKER WORLD CHAMPION

A.C. Green (Chairman)

“I am proud to co-chair the LA Watts Summer Games, 2017 and beyond with a stellar team of coaches and chairs who have been assembled for this new and approved program. In addition to Rod Dixon 4x Olympian and Bronze medalist, Tracy Sundland 6x Olympic coach, four-time track & field Olympian Martha Watkins. Nick Davidson, L.A. Watts Summer Games sports chair and AC Green, 3x NBA world Champion and Chairman of the the LA Watts Summer games.”

-Ryland Huyghue, Hall of Fame lacrosse coach

Program History

The inaugural L.A. Watts Summer Games were held in 1968 at Locke High School. Originally called the Watts Summer Olympics, the Games were modeled after the Olympic Games by Bill Sims and fellow members of the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce.

“The L.A. Watts Summer Games will continue the legacy, not only in Los Angeles, but also nationally as youth sports programs are a great vehicle to bring together communities through healthy competition and sportsmanship.”

-Don Janklow, USACG EVP & CMO

"Our goal is to foster young aspiring athletes while providing an educational, health and athletic pathway for them to strive for excellence, embrace commonalities, respond to leadership, accept diversity through engagement in team sports."

-Billy Frank, CEO - USACG
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Celebrating 50 Years of
The Los Angeles Watts
Summer Games

Thanks for joining USACG, the Department of
Recreation & Parks and our partners Starbucks,
Adidas and Subway for the day of sports filled fun!

Saturday

June 29 2019
8:30am - 7pm

Westwood Rec. Center

1350 S Sepulveda Blvd
LA, CA 90025
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