The Future for Football is Youth Sports

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Football players reaching for a football in a hudle.I am a football mom. I love the game and all the skills and life lessons my family is learning. Football has also been a fantastic way to bring my community together. Whether you love watching, playing, or cheering, there is a place for everyone.

The future for football continues to change, and the sport goes well beyond the game you see on TV. Sports aren’t just for those who plan to get a scholarship in college or play in the NFL. Youth sports are crucial in teaching our kids fundamental skills they can carry across all aspects of their lives. 

Right here in Fairfield County, the Fairfield County Football League offers many different options for our kids to play football. Kids can play flag football, modified, or tackle. Dedicated and trained coaches guide and educate the team on how to play the sport.

Our community understands that football matters and that the future for football will continue to evolve. View this video and see why football matters to so many kids, parents, coaches, and community members. 

The future for football is youth sports.

The future for football is offering kids more options for kids to play with flag, modified, and tackle.

The future for football is teaching important life lessons.

The future for football is teamwork, respect, and building confidence. 

The future for football is fun for people of all ages.

The future of football is inclusive, with players, cheerleaders, coaches, trainers, referees, and families being part of the game.

The future for football is good sportsmanship and perseverance. 

The future for football is preparation.

The future for football is bringing the community together.

Future For Football is an initiative by the National Football Foundation to promote and celebrate the game at all levels. Follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. You can also visit their site for other helpful resources and to find a league near you.

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Michelle is the Owner and Editor of Fairfield County Mom and Westchester County Mom. She has spent her entire life in Fairfield County, growing up in Norwalk and now residing in Fairfield, CT. Michelle married her husband, Chris, in October 2008. Before motherhood, she thought she was busy, but now life with her son Shane (March 2011), twins, Blake and Brynn (June 2013), Hank the Lab, and Bruce the Frenchie; the meaning of hectic has been redefined! Michelle is also a working mom, teaching third grade at a local public school. When she’s not making lists, chauffeuring the kids, and doing laundry, Michelle enjoys standing along the sidelines cheering on her kids, lounging with a good book, eating dark chocolate, and sipping on some tequila.


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