Football Coaches Clinic Sponsored by UBC

Coach at boardFriday / Saturday May 13th & 14th , 2016

UBC Thunderbird Stadium

Time: 6:00pm – 9:00 pm Friday night – Coaches Social to Follow
10:00am – 1:00pm Saturday

Cost: $59.00 per coach. Group Rate of $250.00 for 5 or more coaches from the same team.

Camp Description: This a 2 day coaches clinic with presenters from all levels of football. It will include a section on SAFE CONTACT to be run by Dino Gerimia. There will be 4 sessions on offense and 4 sessions on defense. 2 on Special Teams one on injury management / Concussions and 1 on Team building. Continue reading

Online Registration is Open

RegisterKeyboard410Online Fall Tackle Registration is now open.

The first walk-in registration date is April 24th.

You can now register ONLINE for Fall Tackle Football and Cheer at NSMF!
Use your PayPal account or credit card to securely register quickly and easily with our online form.

We also now accept most major credit cards in the clubhouse.

B.C. amateur football bodies at loggerheads, leaving Lions, others in limbo

Jamie TarasProceeds from the annual Orange Helmet Awards dinner — a “celebration of amateur football” put on by the B.C. Lions — and 50-50 draws at Lions’ home games are the bread and butter of the sport at the grassroots level in British Columbia.

Yet with a tug-of-war going on between the long-sanctioned provincial sports organization, Football BC, and a breakaway entity in the B.C. Provincial Football Association (BCPFA), the Canadian Football League team is left wondering where it will direct some of its fundraising efforts this year.

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Football Canada recognizes new BC Provincial Association

by Football Canada · April 8, 2016

Football CanadaFootball Canada welcomes the BC Provincial Football Association (BCPFA) as the recognized provincial governing body in British Columbia.

The BC group is in the initial stages of becoming an active and voting member of Football Canada.

The final step will occur at Football Canada’s annual general meeting (AGM) on June 18. As per Football Canada’s bylaws, current members must vote-in and recognize prospective provincial football associations at the national AGM.

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SFU Football Camp

SFU logoJuly 2 – 3

8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Head Coach Kelly Bates and the SFU Football program are proud to present the Summer Football Camps.

This two day full contact camp is designed for campers between the ages of 12-18 and is scheduled to reflect a day in the life of a professional football player attending a training camp.

SFU Helmets on Grass

The camp will feature full practices and a packed schedule including the teaching of fundamentals within the realm of full contact football, meetings and film analysis and an introduction to the science of athletic training.

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