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Schedules and Information
Thank you! 
parents, participants, coaches, board members and fans of WYFC.  
We look forward to next season, there will be some changes in the league and you will see some new faces on the board of directors. 
As always if you are interested in getting more involved, contact Jeff Chesney.


The 2015 Season is just around the corner!


Welcome to all the new Falcons and Falcon Families,

and thank you for being a part of this program.

We are all volunteers that run this organization,

so please be patient with us and respectful

of our positions. We are also always looking

for help, so if you see an area that you can

help us in, please let us know.

We are here for the kids. Period.

If you are interested in being more involved in the organization
please contact Jeff Chesney or Joe Hausch about how you can help.





2015 Season Registration: Not Yet Open

2015 Season Registration: OPEN

Football & Cheer Registration Fees:

  • $200 participation fee ($100 per each additional family members)
  • $100* refundable volunteer/equipment return deposit
  • $100 raffle ticket fundraiser (separate check post-dated 8/1)

A deposit of $150 may accompany your registration form or full payment ($300 for one child participating, $100 each add’l participant) will be due at equipment pick up to be scheduled in June.  As noted above, a separate check for the raffle fundraiser must accompany the registration.  Make checks payable to WYFC.
*$100.00 deposit fee will be refunded at equipment return if ALL equipment/uniforms are returned in the condition that they were received and the family has fulfilled their parent volunteer time.
Registration Deadline: SEE FACEBOOK FOR DETAILS

You may drop your forms off at the new member information meeting:  April at Whitnall Middle School from 6pm-7:30pm or send in by mail:  Whitnall Youth Football & Cheer, PO Box 28, Hales Corners, WI 53130.

Contact Melissa Klatkiewicz at 414-731-9649 or with any questions.

by posted 04/05/2014
Put Pride Aside for Player Safety

posted 08/23/2010

"Those who dream of success and are not willing to work for it will usually only become successful dreamers." Remember wanting to win is easy for everyone on the team, but working to win
is what motivates the
top players.

- Coach Tom Bass

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