Jeffco Midget Football Association is the oldest and most respected youth football organization in the state of Colorado. Since that time, the organization has grown from just a few areas to many associations across the Denver Metro area. One simple rule has always governed the organization and allowed it to grow. We are about the kids. We do not allow recruiting or team stacking, elite teams or unethical coaches. We are not perfect, but continuously hold this idea as our guiding light and pursuit of this overall philosphy has been the backbone of the longevity and success of our youth football organization. There are a lot of programs to choose from.
Tri County Midget Football
Register with Tri-City Chargers 2. Background check. After registering as a coach you will see instructions to "Begin Background Check". USA Football Certification. Building Connections with young athletes and their families across the Tri City area that move beyond the field, and expand the Charger Family. Teaching Heads Up Safe Tackling, Certified Coaches trained in concussion protocol, and 5-star helmets re-certified every year.
The welcome came after Bridgeton was thrown out of the league for fans running on the field in a playoff game in West Deptford, a threatened lawsuit canceled when they found a new home in Cape May; expulsion from that league for using an illegal player, one year of no playing and, finally, a year of playing in three states in the Independence Valley Youth Football League, with headquarters in Newark, Del. Bridgeton was bounced from Tri-County after the incident in a playoff game in West Deptford, where there was no security and the Gems lost. That marriage fell apart a few years later when Bridgeton unknowingly used an illegal player from Millville. After a year in limbo with Salvy Blandino Field dark, Bridgeton went into the four-state Atlantic Coast league that meant extensive traveling. As long as we keep the same board of directors, we should be OK.