FAQ

Here is our parent handbook, it should answer most of your questions.

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FAQs for SUNYFL

This is my first year playing football, what equipment do I need?

SUNYFL owns and shall provide the following equipment to each player as a lease and must be returned by the player in good condition at the end of the season. Other wise the player will be financially responsible for the equipment:

Football helmet and facemask.

Shoulder pads.

Hip pads.

Thigh pads.

Knee Pads.

Football pants & belt.

Football team jerseys.

Each player shall provide the following equipment on their own:

Football shoes.

Teeth protector.

Socks & undergarments

Which district do I play in?

District boundaries are defined by the respective high school boundaries, with some exceptions made for kids attending school outside their high school boundary.  These exceptions will be made on a case by case basis.

How many practices are there each week and are they mandatory?

Before the season starts there are up to 5 practices each week, after the season starts there are 3 practices each week up to 2 hours per practice.  Football is team sport and all 11 kids on the field have a specific job to do, it is extremely important that each player attends each practice.  It is mandatory to notify the head coach if your player needs to miss a practice.

How long are games and where and when does my son play?

Each game last approx. 1 ½ hours.  Games are played each Saturday (refer to the key dates tab on the website) from 8:30 to 3:30 at various places throughout southern Utah, from Parowan to Moapa Valley. 3rd-5th grade levels will play on various city/school district fields and 6th-8th grade levels will play on high school fields.

I would like to volunteer, how can I help?

Each district is always looking for volunteers and coaches.  Contact your district president about volunteering.  Also, the SUN league board of directors is in need of volunteers.  You can contact us at info@sunyfl.com.

 

 

 

 

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