Lexington Youth Football & Cheerleading Association: Welcome
Tuesday, June 9
In person registration will be held at the Lexington Leisure Center on Park Rd. on the following dates and times: June 13, 2015 9AM-2PM June 20, 2015 9AM-2PM June 27, 2015 9AM-2PM July 11, 2015 9AM-2PM
Tuesday, June 9
Online registration for the 2015 Season is available by clicking the link above that says "2015 Season". You may also copy and paste the following link into your browser's address bar: https://mylyfc.sportngin.com/register/form/986210859
Thursday, April 2
FRIDAY, APRIL 3 FROM 11:00AM TO 11:00PM 10% of all proceeds will be donated by Buffalo Wild Wings to Lexington Youth Football and Cheer to be used to update football equipment (helmets, pads, etc.). Please swing by and mention Lexington Youth Football and Cheer! We appreciate your support!!!!
Sunday, February 15
There was such a great turnout last year with flag football that LYFC and Crossover Athletics are working together again this year. We want the 2015 Flag Football Season to be bigger and better than last year and we cannot do it without you. Please follow the link to register (if you have any problems with link you may need copy and paste the link into your browser's address bar).
Thursday, November 6
The end of year meeting is set for December 9, 2014 at 6:30PM and will be held in the gym located on Ball Park Rd.
Friday, August 15
Lexington Youth Football is pleased to announce a partnership with the University of South Carolina’s Athletic Training Program and USA Football for the 2014 youth football Season. Through a $52,000 research grant with USC and USA Football, Lexington Youth Football will be part of a multi-state initiative to enhance medical care and safety for youth football. As part of the program, a certified athletic trainer will be assigned to Lexington Youth Football to provide medical care for the athletes during practices and games. Through additional partnerships with USC Sports Medicine, the Marcus Lattimore Foundation and USA Football, this program will be working to improve the future of youth football by working to create the safest health standards and the best care possible for youth football athletes. Research opportunities examining head impacts, concussions, heat and hydration, and nutrition of youth football players will be available to parents and athletes interested in participating. The Lexington Youth Football League will be one of only 6 youth football leagues in the nation who will have athletic training coverage at their practices and games. With the attendance of a Certified Athletic Trainer, an allied health professional, we hope to provide the best experience for every child in the league and be part of the future of safety standards in football.