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Save the Date for Spring Flag Football

April 14th - May 19th

Sunday Nights 6-7:30pm

Registration Opens in February

 

Every NFL Sunday Give Back at the Shakopee Brewhall

Noon - 6

Families can stop in, watch the games, grab some snacks, AND give back to the Football Association.  Proceeds would go towards the scoreboards at Mark Grommesch fields.  Help us get these installed for the 2024 season!

Thanks to everyone who came out to support Shakopee Youth Football at the Brewhall. 

We raised $4000 for a scoreboard at the 17th Ave. Mark Grommesch Football Fields!!

What is Saber Nation

Saber Nation is a night where the High School football team gets hyped for the season with the youth players cheering them on.  All youth and high school teams run through the tunnel, warm-up and scrimmage against their age group on the high school field.  This is a fun night for youth players to meet the High School players and get to have fun on the main turf.

Please check for schedules on your players Sports Engine account

Weather related cancellations will be sent via Sports Engine or email.



Youth Football Season is ON!!!

Join us at a Board Meeting

Meetings are the 2nd Wednesday of the month at the Shakopee Community Center - Enigma Room from 6:30-8:30pm.

Top Ten Reasons to join Shakopee Youth Football

Top 10 Reasons to register for youth football

  1. Flag football is open to Kindergarten this season!
  2. No “A”, “B”, or “C” Teams, no tryouts.
  3. We want first year players!
  4. Shakopee Youth football is flexible with multi-sport athletes.
  5. Shortest season of the major sports.
  6. 3rd graders can play at the tackle level if desired.
  7. 4th – 8th graders all play different towns this season.
  8. Registration costs are low in comparison.
  9. Free winter camps.
  10. Varsity football went to State last year, be a part of Shakopee Football!

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July 22


July 23

Shakopee Varsity Footballers visiting elementary schools to encourage playing youth football

Shakopee Varsity Footballers visiting elementary schools to encourage playing youth football