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by posted 07/10/2019

Tackle  Registration: 

Multiple children discounts are applicable ($10 off per sibling two (2) or more)

If you qualify for a scholarship, then a scholarship application is required, as well as, supporting documentation.

Scholarship application forms are located on our organizational website: http://leefranconiafootball.org/

*No additional discounts can be combined with scholarship applications.*

Summer Skills Camp Dates: 

July 22-26, 2019 and/or July 29 – Aug.02, 2019

Daily from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Lee District football fields.

6601 Telegraph Rd, Alexandria, VA 22310

Skills Camp is either $30 per week or both weeks for $50.

Skills Camp teaches the basic fundamentals of football without contact and allows your child to work with different coaches on footwork and proper technique.

Other Important Dates

Aug. 5, 2019 - Tackle football practice starts and its five days a week from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. (Helmets, shorts, and cleats)

August Also Normal practice starts, five days a week from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, and continues until school starts . (All equipment is worn)

Please wait to buy cleats and things I will have on site visits at Dicks and Modells for discounts

 

Modell's Springfield July 13th 11am-2pm 

Dick's Sporting Goods Springfeild July 20th 11am - 2pm 

Normally discounts are 15-20% 

If you have questions concerning tackle Football, please email questions to our Commissioner, Brandon Miller, at  .

 

Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Lee-Franconia-Football-League-647008598646282/.

Also On Instagram @ lee_franconia_football 

Please share information with your family, friends, and neighbors!

Wolvernine Nation Uprising!

Regards,

Commissioner

Brandon M. Miller 

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NEW Weight Matrix
by posted 04/09/2019

FCYFL Age and Weight Matrix

In an effort to ensure we continue to serve our community and the largest group of children the Board of Commissioners approved a small modification to the FCYFL Age and Weight Matrix to adjust the upper weight classes (130lbs and 155lbs) to be more inclusive of the majority of middle school age children so that they may participate and prepare for High School ball.

In addition to the weight matrix, the FCYFL divides most of the Weight Classes into 3 development levels or Divisions. We believe that the combination of the weight matrix with the 3 skill levels will provide the vast majority of kids with the opportunity to be successful at their own pace. There are 2 exceptions to the 3 skill levels: 1) at Anklebiters (AB) all children are considered to be  Developmental, and 2) at the 155lb weight class where participation levels prevent splitting into multiple teams and the majority of the kids are on the last stage before moving on to High School football.

This Age and Weight Matrix is OFFICIAL. Until such time as the Official Rules are updated, the below matrix will continue to serve as the OFFICIAL matrix. The minimum weight requirement for participating is 40lbs for Anklebiters and 56lbs for other weight classes. Players must weigh at or greater than the minimum by the official weigh-in (Typically mid-to-late August).
 

FCYFL Age Matrix

(If you have any questions regarding this age matrix, please contact your local club's commissioner.)

Birthday Age Cutoff Dates: Ages 7-11 and 14 - Age on October 1; Ages 15-16 - 15 year olds that turn 16 on or before December 31st must play 155lbs. No player that turns 17 on or before December 31st is eligible to play.

 
   

Age

New

             

 

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

 

AB

UNL

90

55

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

80

 

UNL

100

85

80

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

 

 

UNL

110

95

90

 

 

 

 

 

100

 

 

 

UNL

120

105

100

 

 

 

 

115

 

 

 

 

UNL

130

120

115

 

 

 

130

 

 

 

 

 

UNL

140

135

130

 

 

155

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNL

UNL

160

155

 
                       
  1. Alteration of the Maximum Weight for ball carriers at the upper weight classes.

 

The maximum weight for 12-year olds to carry the ball at 130 is now 160 lbs.  The maximum weight for 13-year olds to carry the ball at 155 is now 185 lbs.

 

  1. Change in the rules governing player alignment on kickoffs.

 

On kickoffs all players except the kicker must align within one yard of the kick-off line (when there is no penalty, the 39 yard line)

* Maximum weight for a player to carry the ball in Anklebiters is 70lbs. Anklebiter players over the 70lb limit and all other unlimited players at other weight classes are not eligible to play in a position that normally handles the ball unless they are at or below the listed maximum ball carrier weight (the weight limit listed next to "Unlimited/" on the chart above). Positions excluded for unlimited players exceeding the maximum ballcarrier limit include all offensive backfield positions, all eligible receivers and tight end positions, and any position not on the first line of a special teams formation. Exceptions include the offensive positions of center, punter, and placekicker.
** 15 year olds that turn 16 on or before December 31st must play 155lbs.
*** 16 year olds that turn 17 on or before December 31st are not eligible to play.

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WEIGH-IN DATES
by posted 05/03/2017


Weigh-ins

All players will attend an OFFICIAL FCYFL weigh-in at Falls Church High School.
Go to the Eligibility/Eligibility FAQ page to see details about weigh-in and required player ID cardsThe new weigh-in dates are as follow: 2019 Dates

 
  • Saturday August 10th: First Weigh-in (Free)
  • Saturday August 17th: Second Weigh-in (Cost $20.00 - Cash Only)
  • Saturday August 24th: Third Weigh-in (Cost $20.00 - Cash Only)
  • Final Weigh-in TBD @ Vienna Annex (Cost $60.00 - Cash Only)
 
 
 
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900+ YOUTH LEAGUES COMMIT TO SAFER FOOTBALL THROUGH HEADS UP
by CraigJeter posted 05/31/2013


 

 

MORE THAN 900 YOUTH LEAGUES
COMMIT TO SAFER FOOTBALL
THROUGH USA FOOTBALL’S
HEADS UP FOOTBALL PROGRAM

 

Nationwide program launched with $1.5 million grant from the NFL Foundation

More than 900 youth football leagues across the United States representing more than 200,000 players and 30,000 coaches nationwide have committed to the health and safety of their young players by adopting Heads Up Football, a new USA Football pilot program for the 2013 season dedicated to making the game better and safer.

The Heads Up Football program promotes a positive youth football experience and advances player safety by providing coaching education and teaching resources that benefit players, parents and coaches. Heads Up Football aims to take the head out of the game. USA Football is the official youth football development partner of the NFL and its 32 teams.

To read more, visit the "Heads-Up Football" tab under "Football".
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KEEP UP TO DATE WITH LFFL ON FACEBOOK
by CraigJeter posted 05/25/2013


The Lee Franconia Football League (LFFL) is on Facebook. Click here to keep current with news, photos, and other social media efforts of the league.
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