USA Football
Weight / Age Requirements

"Travel Flag"
Children must be five (5) years of age prior to August 31 of the playing year and cannot turn seven (7) prior to
December 31 of the playing year. No Weight Limits
* Player can not turn 7 prior to December 31st

65 Lb (Old 55s)"Mites Division" Head Coach Kevin Yacovetti
Ages 6,7 and 8 year olds (50 lbs or less)
Players can weigh no more than 70 lbs in full game equipment excluding helmet and shoulder pads week 1.
*** Specials (8 year olds): Up to 50 lbs week 1.
Max weight increases by 1lb per week up to week 6.


90 Lb (Old 65s) "Midgets Division" Head Coach James "Hootie" Webb
Ages 8 year olds, 9 year olds and 10 year olds (65lb or less)
Players can weigh no more than 90 lbs in full game equipment excluding helmet and shoulder pads week 1.
**Special (10 year olds ): Up to 65 lbs week 1.

Max weight increases by 1lb per week up to week 6.

105 Lb (Old 75s) "Pounders Division" Head Coach Mike Mikalonis (484) 368-7459
Ages 10 year old, 11 year olds and 12 year olds (85lbs or less)
Players can weigh no more than 110 lbs in full game equipment excluding helmet and shoulder pads week 1.
*Special (12 year olds) : Up to 85 lbs week 1.
Max weight increases by 1lb per week up to week 6.


125 Lb ( Old 90s) "Juniors Division" Head Coach Rasheed Johnson
Ages 13 year olds and all 12 year olds.
Players can weigh no more than 130 lbs in full game equipment excluding helmet and shoulder pads week 1. Max weight increases by 1lb per week up to week 6.

****No Specials for this weight division

145 Lb (Old 105s) "Seniors Division" Head Coach Erik Smith
Ages 13 year olds, all 14 year olds and 15 year olds
Players can weigh no more than 150 lbs in full game equipment excluding helmet and shoulder pads week 1. Max weight increases by 1lb per week up to week 6.
There are NO specials for this weight class.

 
Conshy Bears
The mission of the CYFA is to provide a youth program to benefits all participants, girls and boys by teaching good sportsmanship, leadership. teamwork and self-discipline through football and cheerleading.

Parents are as valuable as the athletes. Our parents, coaches and Board Members should strive to make the game fun for all participants. Coaches and parents must keep in mind the ages of the participants, for they are the future and will need to instill the same teaching into the future generations.

Finally, it has been said "Championships are earned not given.. What are you doing to earn one?" This reflects parents as well as our young men and women. C.Y.F.A