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Football Links

SAFL Website

Suburban Amateur Football League Website. Visit here for other local teams involved in youth football, standings, and more.

USA Football

USA Football is an independent non-profit organization leading the development of youth, high school, and international amateur football. In its role as the national governing body of America's favorite sport, USA Football provides programs and resources inspiring participation and further strengthening the quality of the game. USA Football was endowed by the NFL and NFL Players Association in 2002.

NAYS Website

Online coaching clinics and vast information regarding youth sports.

Cheerleading Links

Cheer Safe

CheerSafe’s mission is to educate parents, cheerleaders and administrators to the facts of cheerleading safety at every level – school, college and all star—and to promote and improve cheerleading safety through the involvement of a wide spectrum of organizations in the cheerleading community.

AACCA - American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators

The American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators, AACCA,is a non-profit educational association for the over 70,000 cheerleading coaches across the United States. Founded in 1987, members of the association include: youth, junior high school, high school, all star, and college or university coaches/advisors, as well as leading national cheerleading instructional companies dedicated to the safe and responsible practice of student cheerleading.

NAYS Website

Online coaching clinics and vast information regarding youth sports.

Suburban Amateur Football League

This organization was formed at the Ludlow Boys Club in 1966 and  is  known  as  the  Suburban Amateur  Football  League (SAFL).

It is the purpose of the Suburban Amateur Football League to provide wholesome and healthy recreation for youths in the 8-14 year old age bracket. It is the intention of this organization to lay down fair rules of play, and strictly adhere to these rules for the benefit of all the teams entered in this league.

It is the responsibility of member organizations of the League to provide a supervised activity that will stress sportsmanship, skill development, enhance physiological and psychological development, and most of all, be FUN. Each organization shall be responsible for the conduct of their teams  and support staff, and instruct and enforce the principles stated in the SAFL Code of Ethics, especially in attitude  and intent.