Updated 3-26-2020

In response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, all CLCF activities remain suspended until further notice. The CLCF Building on Pontiac Ave. remains closed indefinitely. Updates on plans for CLCF spring sports to follow. Please keep your distance and stay well!

Welcome to CLCF
Celebrating more than 60 years in "coaching" Cranston's Future. CLCF promotes healthy wellness, sportsmanship, and activity in children. Offering opportunities for boys and girls of all abilities in 14 different sports.
Building Rentals
Our building can be rented for your sports activity or special occasion.
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Scholarship Deadline Extended
The Leo J. Castiglioni Jr. Scholarship application deadline has been extended.
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Registration: Baseball
Registration is now open for Spring baseball
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Registration: Golf
Registration for GOLF opens March 15th
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Registration: Soccer
Registration for Soccer is now open
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Registration: Softball
Registration is now open for Softball
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Registration: Outdoor Track & Field
Outdoor Track & Field Registration is now open
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Special Program: Track & Field Conditioning
Track & Field will be running a six session Strength and Conditioning Program
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  • Welcome to CLCF
  • Building Rentals
  • Scholarship Deadline Extended
  • Registration: Baseball
  • Registration: Golf
  • Registration: Soccer
  • Registration: Softball
  • Registration: Outdoor Track & Field
  • Special Program: Track & Field Conditioning
CLCF is sponsored in part by the following organizations
Elmwood
CMECU
Durfee
CranstonOrtho
T's
ClimateControlled
Napolitano
NESCTC
NortheasternTree
Picerne
Friday, June 21, 2013 Super User General Interest 9324
Leo J. Castiglioni founded CLCF as a youth sports organization in 1953. He remained an active volunteer and member of the Board of Directors for nearly 50 years until his death in 2002. These scholarships are dedicated to the founder of CLCF and were established to celebrate his life and to honor representative Cranston High School graduating seniors who emulate the community service, civic dedication and selflessness of character that was Leo J. Castiglioni Jr. Award Criteria: This Scholarship is available to any Cranston resident graduating from a high school in Rhode Island. Awarded funds may be used for tuition at any post-high school institution or for tools to be used in the trade of the student's choosing. The student must fulfill all of the following criteria in order to qualify. The student must have participated in not less than four (4) calendar years involvement in any Cranston League for Cranston's Future (CLCF) sport/activity or any combination of eight (8) or more sports/activities for at least one (1) full season. The student must be a Cranston resident and graduating high school senior and be successfully working to his/her capacity within an academic program of studies. The student must receive the recommendation of the school's administration: Criteria shall include: Dedication, Spirit, Cooperation in school activities and/or sports participation. Personal Leadership and Good Citizenship with a "positive disciniplary record". Positive athletic and non-athletic behavior/sportmanship. Demonstrated growth as a person and an effort to succeed. Community Service: the student has participated in some program as a volunteer helping to improve the quality of the community. Special consideration will be given to participation in youth sports (especially CLCF) as a coach, assistant coach, manager, official/referee, etc., etc. The community service may be non-school related. The student must not have been financially compensated. Priority for the selection of recipients will be as follows: One award each from Cranston HS East, Cranston HS West and the NEL/CPS Charter School from among qualifying applicants. One award to a Cranston resident graduating from a non-Cranston high school. Remaining awards will be distributed to students graduating from any high school that scored highest according to the Committee's evaluation. Forms: Instructions for Students