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Association Information

MVYFA Mission Statement

The goal of the Mounds View Youth Football Association is to provide every player a positive youth football experience. 

We strive to find and provide the best leagues, facilities, equipment, and coaches we can so that each player may enjoy success on the field.  Our goal is to provide to all players the safest, most educational, competitive, and fun environment we can.  We will make certain that every player is coached so that he has the opportunity to learn the skills necesssary to be a more complete player, and the importance of filling whatever role necessary to help his team be successful.

Our volunteer organization will work before, during, and after the season in an attempt to ensure that each and every participating player learns the importance of teamwork, the value of self discipline, the merit of sportsmanship, and the respect for the game, his teammates, his opponents, and authority figures such as parents, coaches, and officials.

We hope that each player will finish the season feeling that he improved as a player, a person, and a teammate.  That he had fun on the field, and was an important part of his team.  Most importantly, that he wants to return to the field for the following season.

 

WHO CAN JOIN MOUNDSVIEW YOUTH FOOTBALL?

Boys and girls who will be in grades 3 through 8 in the upcoming school year who live in or attend any school within Mounds View High School portion of the 621 School District may participate.

QUESTIONS?

send us an email at:

 mvyouthfootball@hotmail.com

CDC Concussion Resources

CDC Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports

CDC Website with tools and information regarding concussions in youth sports.


Fall practice dates.

Our league follows the State High School start date for the first practice. Your coach will let you know the specific dates and times.

The first football practice can start no earlier than August 15th.

The Mounds View 3rd and 4th Grade teams will play in the North Metro Football League during the 2016 season.  This league includes teams from Blaine, Centennial, Spring Lake Park, Irondale, St. Anthony, and Mounds View. They use a 11-man format.

The 5th - 6th Graders will participate in the Twin Cities North Youth Football League.  This league stretches from Champlin Park and Anoka to Lino Lakes and St. Francis.  In past years there have been 24-32 teams at each grade level.

The 7th -8th Grade play in the North Suburban League, which is an extension of the TCNYFL.