About the Bay Team

The Bay Team was founded in 1992 as a dog-agility club. We have been the host of the USDAA Southwestern and Western regional championships, one of the biggest agility events in the country outside of national championships, since 2009.

We are a nonprofit public benefit corporation organized under the California Nonprofit Public Benefit law for public purposes. The Bay Team's goals are to promote the sport of dog agility and provide agility trials for all purebred and mixed-breed dogs.

Join the Bay Team!

We'd love to have you as a member of our club!

To join, simply fill out our Membership application and pay the membership dues, which are shown on our Join Us page along with the benefits of membership.

Applicants will be notified of acceptance after the application has been reviewed by the Board.

The Bay Team Club is committed to embracing diversity, equality, and inclusion in our club and sponsored events. The Bay Team Club will not tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of the Bay Team Club. The officers, directors, committee members, and persons served by this Club will be selected without respect to age, sex, race, religion, national origin, and sexual orientation. We are committed to an environment of inclusion within the Club that welcomes and encourages newcomers to the sport and is free of harassment or any conduct that does not embrace this philosophy.

Check out or members, their dogs and accomplishments.

Bay Team Historical Archive Wiki

While no longer being actively maintained with current information, our Historical Archive Wiki retains club history for those who are interested.

Electronic Communications Consent

California state law requires that a nonprofit corporation (such as Bay Team) get consent from each member before it may communicate officially with that member via electronic means. Official communications include surveys, election ballots and notifications of general meetings.

When you submit your membership application, you will be asked to give the club permission to use your email address to communicate official club business, after which you do not need to provide consent again.

If you do not give your consent, you will be placed on the list of members to whom such communication is sent via US Mail.

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