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Welcome to AYL-Football's home on the web!

Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, game results, playoff brackets, directions and much much more. Check back frequently for the latest information about our organization and our Member Clubs.

The 8th game for the 4th grade NFC division will be played on Saturday, 10/17/15 as follows:

 #1  vs.  #5 at 3pm at Redstone #1  
#2  vs.  #6 at TBD at Redstone #1
#3  vs.  #7 at TBD at Redstone #1
#4  vs.  #8 at TBD at Redstone #1

Location to be determined by 1st place team and field availability.
Times will be determined by 1st place team, then 2nd place team, and so on.
Games will be posted in master schedule on 10/15.

3 ways your child will benefit from playing youth football

If you are interested in becoming an official with the Arapahoe Youth League please send an email to:

AYL Football!  

The Arapahoe Youth League (AYL) FOOTBALL LEAGUE is the premier youth competitive football league in the metro Denver area.  In 2014, we supported over 200 community based teams.  The AYL is organized by Member Clubs that manage different territories in the areas that we support.  We start teams at the 1st grade level and end at the 8th grade group. Our Community Based leagues (NFC, AFC, CFC) represent our premier product.

NFC - This represents the most experienced players that show the highest level of competition in the AYL

AFC - The AFC represents the largest number of players in our league.  It is for more experienced players that are striving to reach NFC level of play, but not quite there yet.

CFC - This is our entry level of play and is intended for only those at an early level of experience (1 to 2 years) in competitive, tackle football.

For more than 45 years, the AYL has produced an outstanding atmosphere for competitive tackle football in the Denver Metro Area.  It is a league that is focused on teaching sportsmanship and life long lessons of the game with respect to physical education.  It is primarily a community based league that supports youth playing with friends and families in closer proximity of where they live.  It is the AYL Football Board's goal to manage a physical education program that is fun and promotes a life long love of the game of football!

Check back often for news and updates with regards to youth football in the Denver metro area.  

Through out the offseason we will post coaching clinics, youth camps & clinics that are held around the metro area.  For updated information please click the Camps & Clinics link on the left side of this page.

Kevin Johnson
VP, AYL Football

Should I let my son play tackle football 

by Mike Lupton

posted 05/01/2013
USA Football's Heads Up Football program reduces injuries
It is now mandatory that all Head Coaches in the AYL complete USA Football Level 1 Certification, including Hydration, Safety, and Concussion training.  For more info on parent concussion training and to take the NFHS certification class now click here.

posted 04/19/2011
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