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NC Football

PURPOSE

The North County Youth Football program was formed to:
-Inspire youth, regardless of race, creed or national origin to practice the ideas of scholarship, sportsmanship and physical fitness
-Familiarize all players with the fundamentals of football
-Provide an opportunity to ALL of our community to participate in a supervised, organized and safety-oriented manner, and;
-Keep the welfare of participants free from any adult ambition and personal glory.

Our programs teach fundamental values, skills and knowledge that children will use throughout their lives.  
NCYFC offers flag and tackle football and cheer programs for all children in grades ranging from Kindergarten through 8th grade. Our organization prides itself in the strong commitment to our youth and our community and we strive to deliver a positive experience for both players and families involved in our programs.  Our coaches teach the necessary skills and fundamentals of football.   They also instill in each player the discipline, drive, confidence and commitment that they can then apply to all things in life for a successful future.

FOOTBALL DIVISIONS

 

In order to allow all interested athletes to participate, athletes may compete in an older age division ONLY if it is NOT possible to create a team in the division that corresponds to their age level.  Athletes may NOT compete in a younger age division without approval from AYF.


PRACTICES

  • Conditioning practice for two weeks begins at the end of July
  • Regular season practice is 2-3 days per week, at 1.5 to 2 hours per practice depending on division
  • Regular season ends October/November, dependent on Football playoffs
  • Football players and coaches are strongly urged to attend the SDYFC Local Cheer Competition at the end of October to support their cheerleaders


Where do we practice?

  • Local parks
  • Local Schools

GAMES

  • All games and preseason games are played on Saturdays
  • Game locations can be as far north as Temecula, and as far south as Otay Mesa.  Most Home games are played at Del Norte High Schools.


COSTS INVOLVED

  • Registration Fees
  • Flag Players are required to purchase a soft helmet ($25-$35) from NCYFC unless you have one from a previous season
  • Tackle is required to purchase matching integrated football pants
  • Each Player is required to purchase football cleats
  • Mouth guards are required and are the responsibility of the player to purchase

 
UNIFORMS

  • Registration fees include a football jersey. Players will be fitted for sizing prior to ordering uniforms
  • Football players will be responsible for maintaining their uniform

INFORMATION

  • We communicate via the email addresses provided at registration, telephone and U.S. Mail
  • Football is a collision sport and even the best gear may not prevent an injury due to the many random factors involved in contact sports.


Important Facts About Injuries Compared to Football Injuries

• Organized football among 5 – 15 year-old youth has 12 percent fewer injuries per ca-pita than organized soccer in the same age range

• Organized football among 5 – 15 year-old youth has 50 percent fewer injuries per ca-pita than bicycle riding in the same age range.

• Organized football among 5 – 15 year-old youth has 74 percent fewer injuries per ca-pita than skateboarding in the same age group.

• Injuries in youth football are normally mild.

Please feel free to contact us if you would like more information about our youth football programs.

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