• 2022 Fun Fun Saturday Program Registration Information
    UEAA Fun Fun Program is back for the year 2022! The program will start class on Saturday, June 18, 2022. Online lottery registration will be held from Saturday, May 29, 2022, 12:00 am to Saturday, June 4, 2022, at 11:59 PM. Below are the details of the program and how to register. If there are further questions, please email . 美東體育會夏日繽紛星期六回來了! 學生課程將於2022年6月18日開始。 網上報名將於 2022年5月29日星期六上午12時至2022年6月4日星期六下午11時59分舉行。 以下是活動詳情和報名資訊。 如有任何問題請電郵至 

Our Mission

To enhance the quality of life for the Asian-American community by serving people of all ages with a special focus on youths through educational and athletic programs, which develop leadership, responsibility, and teamwork.

About Us

United East Athletics Association was established in 1976 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, a self-funded organization by a handful of sports enthusiasts. Its initial goal was to offer recent immigrant youths and youths from the Chinatown area with constructive sports programs whereby they can develop physically and mentally as well as help them integrate into mainstream America. As the organization grew, UEAA was recognized as a solid component of the Chinese community in addressing the developmental needs of our young people. With the support of the community, UEAA expanded from offering strictly sports-oriented programs to include community services and activities, such as summer youth recreational/educational programs, and host cultural events around the Chinese traditions and arts.

As the Chinese immigrant population increases, families are faced with huge challenges such as language barriers, overcrowded schools, lack of social services for the youths and senior citizens, lack of job opportunities, and the list goes on. At UEAA, our goal is to reach out and help those in this community by providing programs that will enhance their quality of life. Through these programs and activities, both the physical and mental energy of our youths and adults can be properly channeled to meet the challenges of life. As an example, in a society rich in technological advancements, UEAA provides educational programs, such as computer literacy and training, for the youths and adults to ensure they can maintain their academic requirements as well as acquire basic necessary skills to stay marketable in the workplace. At UEAA, we feel that by providing positive reinforcement and knowledge in our community, the citizens will eventually pave their own way for the future.