Auburn Youth Football - Tackle and Flag
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A modified version of football; the league will play once a week and practice a maximum of twice a week.
Coordinator: Mike Goggans - 501-2945, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee: Online $50
Auburn Youth Tackle Football
Join this full contact tackle sport. Players must provide their own equipment, which must meet NOCSAE standards. Volunteers will coach the teams and will be required to be certified through the National Youth Sports Coaches Association. Skills test dates will be given out at registration.
Coordinator: Mike Goggans 501-2945 email@example.com
Fee: Online • $65
All registered players have to attend skills test to participate in tackle football. If a player fails to attend skills test, complete a physical and complete the weigh-in process prior to the team selection meeting, then that player will not be placed on a team.
SEC League – 8 & 9 years old
* 105 pounds max to carry ball. 106 pounds and above *Restricted* and must play on line tackle to tackle. No weight limits on participation
NFL League – 10, 11, & 12 years old
* 10 and 11 years old – 130 pounds max to carry ball. 131 pounds and above – *Restricted* and must play on line tackle to tackle. No weight limits on participation.
* 12 years old – 110 pounds max to carry ball. 111 pounds and above and in the 6th grade – *Restricted* and must play on line tackle to tackle.
7th graders are not eligible to participate.
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The Orthopaedic Clinic will be administering physicals on Aug. 2nd & Aug. 3rd @6p.m.*
Location will be: Frank Brown Recreation Center Gymnasium.
*You may get a physical at this time or have one done by your child's physician. Must be turned in by 8/12 in order to play.
Athletics - COVID 19 info
Special requests must be made in writing at time of registration by player’s parent and/or guardian. These requests are not guaranteed; the player agent and the AYFA board will make the final decision.
Special requests will only be allowed because of:
i) Medical reasons
ii) Parent/coach differences
iii) Parent/sponsor differences
iv) Brothers and sisters
v) Head coaches are allowed to request 1 assistant and the assistant’s child may be moved to that team by trading someone on the same draft line as the assistant’s child. If placing two coaches together makes a team disproportionately better than the other teams in the league, then this assistant coach request will not be allowed. This criteria will be based on skills tests evaluations, previous year ratings and discussion in the team selection meeting.
Please note - pairing sponsors with coaches cannot be guaranteed unless the sponsor is a head coach.
CDBG Sports Voucher Program
The City of Auburn has allocated Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to pay registration fees for youths (up to age 18) to participate in sports programs available through the Auburn Parks and Recreation Department. CDBG funds may be used to pay for registration fees for up to $50.00. All persons interested in registering for youth sports through a scholarship must register online. Registration will begin the first day of online registration for the league and go through the last weekday of registration.
Step 1: Register for a sports activity online with the City of Auburn Parks and Recreation Department.
Step 2: Complete the Sports Voucher Program application (front and back); incomplete applications will NOT be accepted. Form included when you apply online.
Step 3: Contact the City of Auburn APRD at 501-2942 to schedule an interview to review Sports Voucher Program application and to qualify for assistance; walk-ins will not be accepted.
-Bring a copy of social security cards to the interview to document the household size for ALL household members.
-Bring a copy of income verification (e.g., check stubs) to the interview to document monthly household income of all working adults AND other sources of income to include but not limited to child support, alimony, etc.
For more information, call (334) 501-2930.