Football: Links

The Federation's mission will be to open lines of communication with all youth leagues in the Western New York area in an effort to attain a safe environment of fair play and sportsmanship, while encouraging athletic endeavors to promote the physical, mental and moral development of children.

Hunter Kelly Youth Football
The Hunter James Kelly Youth Football & Cheerleading Association shall promote interest in youth football and cheerleading by disseminating information, promoting and sponsoring educational and athletic training programs, conducting youth football and cheerleading clinics, seminars and competitions to develop football and cheerleading skills for the children of our communities. Each participant shall learn the fundamentals of the sport and be encouraged to build a sense of camaraderie among teammates and respect for opponents. All organizations affiliated with the Association shall faithfully abide by the principles of sportsmanship and fair play. It is these main principles that form the foundation on which the Association shall operate.

National Federation of State High School Associations
The National Federation of State High School Associations is the national service and administrative organization of high school athletics and fine arts programs in speech, debate and music. From its offices in Indianapolis, Indiana, the NFHS serves its 50 member state high school athletic/activity associations, plus the District of Columbia.

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Buffalo Bills Home Page
The Official Website of the Buffalo Bills

Loads of information about football and its players. boasts one of the most intuitive URLs and one of the most popular names in sports worldwide. is the leading Internet-based all football media company. We go deep in football, featuring all levels of the game from Pop Warner to high school to college to the professional leagues.

Magazine about flag football in the U.S.

An interesting website about football in New Brunswick, Canada

Women's Professional Football
The New Yorks Sharks originally started as a women's flag football team called the Long Island Sharks. They played in international tournaments and were national champions.

In 1999 the Women's Professional Football League was formed. It consisted of two teams, the Minnesota Vixens and the Lake Michigan Minx. They barnstormed around the country playing each other in what was called the "No Limits" Tour. They had heard about the success of the Long Island Sharks and challenged them to a full contact, tackle football game.