The Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation (SCMAF),
established in 1949, is a non profit organization comprised primarily of
municipal recreation service providing agencies throughout the region.
SCMAF's membership consists of over 900 members in seven different
SCMAF encompasses ten Southern California counties with over 225 cities
and agencies serving a population of over 15 million people. Through
its eight associations, SCMAF's footprint extends from the Southern San
Joaquin Valley to the U.S.-Mexican border and from the far reaches of
the Inland Empire to the Pacific Coast, even extending beyond to
Through its member agencies, SCMAF provides year-round youth and adult
athletic competitions in a variety of sports. SCMAF's charge is to
grow recreation-based sports programming by supporting the efforts of
its member agencies. SCMAF provides its membership with program support
by offering insurance programs, rules, officials' and volunteer coaches'
training and certification, and more. SCMAF also provides quality
member education programs, professional development opportunities,
networking, and other important resources. SCMAF also supports
important initiatives such as scholarship programs, advocacy for fitness
and wellness, and promoting sportsmanship and fair play.
SCMAF's receives significant support from the Los Angeles County
Department of Parks & Recreation through a variety of important
infrastructure components. SCMAF has also cultivated fruitful
relationships with partnering organizations which yield significant
benefits to the general membership. SCMAF is fortunate to have the
support of an active and effective membership base, which works
tirelessly to "Promote a Better Life through Sports and Physical Fitness".