your season with Centennial Youth Football
in having fun, developing fundamentals, and improving life skills
to a team that values honesty, teamwork, and sportsmanship
the Future of Centennial Cougar Football...
The Centennial Youth Football Association formed a new Youth Football League in 2013 to provide high level of resources, experiences and organization for our youth football players within the Centennial School District. The program is modeled after some of the most successful youth football associations around the state. Successful youth programs run in conjunction with their respective school districts feeding into their high school football program. The Centennial Youth Football Association operates year round providing information, resources and feedback to parents, coaches and players.
Mission Statement of Centennial Youth Football Association (CYFA):
The primary Mission of Centennial Youth Football Association will be to assist in the development of all student-athletes and their growth not only as football players but also as young citizens. This will be accomplished by improving their life skills as well as their football abilities. All participants will be afforded the opportunity to improve these life skills through education, friendships, teamwork and football.
The objectives of the CYFA program shall be as follows:
1. To have fun.
2. To build healthy bodies and minds.
3. To develop skills and proficiency in the game of football and related activities.
4. To teach the concepts of teamwork, commitment, accountability, sportsmanship, loyalty, honesty, and pride.
5. To accomplish all of these things with the welfare of these student-athletes first and foremost, without adult ambition for personal glory.
The primary goal of the Centennial Youth Football Association is to develop young student-athletes. Participation in CYFA will provide continuity and support as players naturally progress into the Centennial Cougar High School Football program. A program that has not only developed many good football players, but also successful community contributors in leadership roles.