Welcome to the Fairfax County Youth Football League
The Fairfax County Youth Football League (FCYFL) serves the Northern Virginia region, with 22 member clubs located in Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William counties and Alexandria city. The purpose of the FCYFL is to provide participating youth with a healthful, enjoyable leisure time activity, and to foster in them the qualities of sportsmanship, team play, and integrity.
Teams from outside the geographic boundaries of Fairfax County may play in the FCYFL as long as they play with a youth club recognized by the FCYFL. This past season, the FCYFL has fielded over 300 teams, with 1,200 coaches,and over 6,000 players playing a game that everyone loves!
Check back often for information on the 2014 Season and other FCYFL Events.
Thank you for your interest in FCYFL!!!
FCPS Football Parents Safety Clinic - Nov. 3
Concussion safety, injury identification and prevention, treatment, return to play
FCPS will host its first concussion safety clinic for parents on Monday, November 3, at Annandale High School. This event will focus on educating parents about player safety in football. The emphasis will be on current practices in education, prevention, identification, treatment and return to play/return to learn.
Date: November 3, 2014
Time: 7-9:00 p.m.
Annandale High School 4700 Medford Drive
Annandale , VA 22003
State Sen. Dave Marsden (D-37) attended the VYI Mom's football camp for Vienna-Oakton area on Friday, Aug. 1, to talk football safety with parents and coaches. Marsden, center, is standing with VYI commissioner and coach Dr. Todd Casey and moms who sweated it out during football camp. Photo by Victoria Ross.
It wasn’t that long ago when youth football coaches believed a player’s toughness was measured by his ability to play through the pain. Concussions and other serious injuries were just “part of the game.”...
Craig Richardson, the vice chair of Communications for the Fairfax County Youth Football League (FCYFL) and former president and commissioner of McLean Youth Football, said Heads Up football has become a key component of all Fairfax County clubs.
#FCYFL is the umbrella organization comprising the 22 clubs that serve Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William and the City of Alexandria. Last season, FCYFL fielded more than 300 teams, with 1,200 coaches and more than 6,000 players.
#When USA Football created Heads Up in 2012, it hoped to reach a few hundred of the nearly 11,000 leagues in the U.S.
#IN ONE YEAR, Heads Up Football was adopted by nearly 2,800 groups.
#This year, the NFL provided USA Football with a five-year, $45 million grant. And USA Football is in the process of hiring more master trainers, expecting to add between 50 and 70 to the first-year roster of about 30.
Register today with your local Member Club. Follow the link on the left menu to see a listing of our clubs, or click here to be taken to the listing directly.
Here are some general guidelines for choosing a club:
If you are a Fairfax County resident, you may register with any Fairfax County Member Club. We recommend that you join your local club or the one most convienient for you.
If you live in Arlington you must register with the Arlington club.
If you live in Alexandria you must register with the Alexandria club.
If you live in Prince William County there are boundary restrictions. Each Member Club in Prince William County has a territory from which it may draw. Please contact the clubs directly to determine which club you can join.
If you live in Loudon County contact Dulles South Youth Sports via our Member Clubs page.
Everyone participating in the Fairfax County Youth Football League (FCYFL) must have a valid VA DMV ID card in hand for weigh-in. No other form of ID is acceptable to FCYFL. This means FCYFL will not accept birth certificates, military IDs, passports or any form of ID other than a VA DMV ID.
For our returning players this is a gentle reminder to check the expiration date on your current ID. Older versions of the ID expire after 5 years. For our new players here is a link to the VA DMV website that explains how to obtain a VA DMV ID.
Due to security issues, the VA DMV will not issue an ID at the time of application. These IDs are mailed to your home and the process can take up to 2 weeks.