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Games in the AYL are managed by the number of plays run per quarter rather than a play clock except for the 8th grade 13 year old Division which uses a traditional clock. The number of plays that constitute a game quarter will be fixed at 24 plays per quarter this year.

Our football programs are divided into three competitive levels:

We compete in the Arapahoe Youth League (AYL), and provide a complete football experience to youth ages 6 to 14. Our season begins in early August and concludes with the Playoffs and Super Bowl in mid to late November. Our teams typically practice up to four times per week until the first game, and thereafter practice twice a week with games on Saturdays at various AYL field locations.

We have produced many Playoff and Super Bowl winners, and have cultivated numerous top high school and collegiate athletes.

NFC - This represents the most experienced players that show the highest level of competition in the AYL. Player evaluations are conducted at this level. 

AFC - The AFC represents the largest number of players in our league.  It is for more experienced players that are striving to reach NFC level of play, but not quite there yet.

CFC  - This is our entry level of play and is intended for only those at an early level of experience (1 to 2 years) in competitive, tackle football.


2019 Registration Fees are as follows:

This year the registration fee is $350.  Registration fee covers uniform but does not  include Equipment. 


We are committed to making Eagles Youth Sports affordable to all players. We are proud to offer a limited number of partial and full Football scholarships, which are based solely on demonstrated need. Please email Anthony Tapia at on our Scholarship Committee for additional information. Our Scholarship Committee information is located on our Officers/ Directors & Committees page under About Us.

Eagles Youth Sports, Inc. requires a BIRTH CERTIFICATE, prior to registration completion and player participation.

: Anthony Tapia