In the Football Program there are 4 eligible age brackets all of which may compete.
Football is available for both Boys and Girls with no discrimination against their size or weight.
In the Spring there are 6 regular season games and a Bowl weekend. In the Fall each team plays 8 regular season games and if they qualify, up to 4 or 5 playoff games ending in a State Championship.
There are roster limits for both Spring and Fall.
Spring games normally last an hour and Fall games last nearly 2 hours.
In the Spring there will be very little travel but in the Fall there may be travel between a major city and the surrounding towns.
Most organizations charge a gate fee which is used to pay for the referees and or help pay for the facility.
Playoffs (Fall only) are like high school in that they are cross regional (teams may travel all over Texas to play games).
In the Cheer Program there are 6 eligible age brackets all of which may compete.
Cheer is available for both Boys and Girls with no discrimination against their size or weight.
In the Fall, prior to the football playoffs starting, a massive State Cheer Competition is held.
Squads are broken down in the competition:
Each of these is further broken down by Large squad and Small squad. In addition to squad size, each of these is broken down by the age brackets above and a ”Mixed” bracket can be added.
Single and Tandem competitions are also available.
We are currently enrolling for the 2013 Fall Football Season. This enrollment is for Football and Cheer Squads as well. Please complete and submit the T.Y.F.A. Registration Form by clicking the link below. Once received someone will contact you to coordinate the processing of your payment.
Our number one goal as a Youth Football & Cheer Organization is to provide our young athletes with a positive and fun experience all while instilling core principles of respect, determination, and sportsmanship that each one will carry with them and apply to real life situations on their journey to adulthood. That is why we as coaches, administrators, volunteers, and most importantly parents must set the expectation and example of what respect, great conduct, and good sportsmanship is. Below you will find a link to our Parent Code of Conduct Agreement – ALL parents who have a child participating in any Austin Steeler program must sign and return this form to one of our administrators.