Edmonds Warriors Junior Football: Equipment

Equipment and Uniform Turn-In

Equipment and uniform turn-in took place on November 10th, 11th, 12th, 14th, 18th and 19th.  If you have not turned in your gear, contact your coach or email info@edmondswarriors.com.

What Do You Turn In?

You will turn in 5 or 6 items:

  1. Helmet (please remove the mouthguard)
  2. Shoulder Pads
  3. Practice Pants (white)
  4. Game Pants (green)
  5. Practice Jersey
  6. Game Jersey* (yours to keep if you earned your name through the car wash fundraiser)

Please wash the pants and jerseys before you turn them in.

EWJF Equipment Building

This year player suit-ups are at our new equipment location:

 6824 212th St SW

6824 212th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036

(the former Jim Green Performance Center building) it is 1/2 mile directly east of Edmonds-Woodway High School.

Equipment and Uniforms

Edmonds Warriors Junior Football supplies all of the equipment that a player will need except for cleats, a mouth guard and an athletic supporter with cup.

This includes: Helmet, chin strap, shoulder pads, hip pads, tailbone pad, thigh pads, knee pads, practice jersey, practice pants, game jersey and game pants.

Our equipment is the highest quality to insure maximum protection and safety for our players.

Our uniforms are identical to the Edmonds-Woodway Warrior varsity football team.

Cleats must comply with National Federation of High School Rules which requires that football cleats be Rubber Soled Cleats OR Replaceable (Detachable) Cleats with Plastic Soles – the cleats can be no longer than ½”.
Cleats do not have to be a specific brand, model or color.  Most players wear black cleats, some wear white or green.

Mouthguards must have a strap that attaches to the facemask.

NJFL teams can use rubber, synthetic leather, or leather covered footballs.

   Level           Football Size
   76ers       »  Pee Wee
   89ers       »  Pee Wee
   Peewees »  Junior
   Bantams  »  Junior
   Juniors     »  Youth
   Seniors    »  Youth

Footballs must be labeled as “Pee Wee”, "Junior" or "Youth" size and otherwise be compliant with NFHS rules.