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Mercer Island Youth Football Program


2018 MI Tackle Football REGISTRATION

The MIBGC tackle football program is run through the Greater Eastside Junior Football Association (GEJFA) and our teams compete against teams on the Eastside. Teams are assigned based on a weight and age point system. Practices will begin August . Practices will be M-F through September , and will then go to 3 times a week. The first game is September and all games thereafter will take place on Saturdays. Issued equipment will require a $250 deposit. You will be asked to store your CC on your account this will be used for your deposit. Football is a significant commitment. Please understand the commitment before registering. For more information, please contact: Matt Williams, 206.436.1950 or MNWilliams@positiveplace.org. 

When: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Starting 08/06/2018

Price: $350.00

Open Sign Up: 04/01/2018 

To REGISTER:

  1. click on the link below to go to the Mercer Island Boys and Girls Club website
  2. once there, go to 'Programs' on the top menu
  3. select 'Athletics' from the drop down menu
  4. scroll down the page and select 'Register'
  5. make sure that the 'Location' field is listed as 'Mercer Island'
  6. do a program search for 'tackle football' 
  7. '2018 MI Tackle Football' should show up with a link to register

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Youth Football Vision and Mission Statement

Vision:  Create a Junior Football Legacy on Mercer Island

Mission:  Foster a love of football for our teams, fans and throughout Mercer Island community.  Our success will come from consistent reinforcement of positive coaching on every level that focuses on game fundamentals, safety, teamwork and sportsmanship.  Our hope is that our Mercer Island Junior Football program will provide lasting lessons our players will have throughout their lives.

Purpose

A. To provide every player the opportunity to learn the game of football, in competition with players of compatible age and weight.

B.  To provide instruction on the rules, methods of proper contact and fundamentals (blocking, tackling, running, etc) of the game.

C.  To provide maximum protection and safety through proper supervision and equipment, realizing this is a contact sport.


GEJFA

Greater Eastside Junior Football Association


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