skip navigation

Football Information

Join us for our 27th year of outstanding youth football! No tryouts or cuts. Everyone makes the team and everyone plays!

 

From our instructional level for the youngest players, to the highly competitive team for our oldest participants, our program is designed to ensure that every child who meets the age requirements has a team they can safely participate on - no matter their size, ability or experience. By placing emphasis on teaching the fundamentals of the game, and using the latest Heads Up Football approved techniques, we are at the forefront in helping our young athletes reach their full potential.

Registration fee includes the following for each player:

  • Certified Riddell Helmet
  • Chin strap
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Rib Protection
  • Home Game Jersey With Players Name on Back
  • Away Game Jersey
  • Practice Jersey
  • Game Pants With Belt
  • Seven-Piece Pants Pad Set
  • Mouth Guard 

2018 LEVELS OF PLAY 

Division

Age (as of July 31st

Max Weight

9U

7, 8 & 9 

 110 lbs  

10U

9 & 10

 125 lbs  

11U

11 

 130 lbs

12U

12

 140 lbs  

13U

13 

 165 lbs

Players over the weight limit for each level are stripers. 

 

 

All Oriole Park Falcon football coaches are certified through USA FOOTBALL - Football's National Governing Body - which has implemented the Heads Up Football initiative to make our sport better and safer, and to ensure a positive experience for all of our youth players.  

Heads Up Football ensures that every coach is thoroughly trained in the fundamental aspects of football safety, injury prevention and injury recognition, using the only nationally accredited courses in the sport with content created by football experts and heath professionals. It is available for all our youth coaches at usafootball.com/development-training/certification

THE IMPORTANCE OF HEADS UP FOOTBALL

 

Urban Meyer
"My son played youth football, and the No. 1 thing we taught him was safety. I think Heads Up Football is tremendous. It's a critical part of our game. It's something we take very serious as college coaches, and I obviously take very serious as a dad of a child playing football."

Urban Meyer
Head Coach // Ohio State University