Stampeders Foundation – Amateur Football Registration
The Stampeders Foundation wants young people in our community to benefit from being on a team and participating in a football. Because of football, many young people have created new friendships, learned important lessons on teamwork, discipline and failure. Register for football with these Stampeders partners:
Atom – Calgary Atom Football
Age – 9 & 10
Calgary & Area Atom Football Teams:
• Airdrie Storm
• Chestermere Chiefs
• Cochrane Lions
• Foothills Eagles
• Foothills Falcons
• Golden Hawks
Pee Wee – Calgary Pee Wee Football Association
The Calgary PeeWee Football Association (CPFA) is a full contact development football league for children 10 to 12 years of age. They provide teams in all neighborhoods of Calgary, Alberta and its surrounding rural areas of Airdrie, Cochrane, Okotoks and Chestermere.
Bantam – Calgary Bantam Football Association (Started in 1964)
The Calgary Bantam Football Association is a full contact tackle football league for youth’s aged 13 to 15 years old. The league is comprised of 12 teams, 8 of which are in Calgary, and 4 which encompass the surrounding communities. The rural teams are based in Airdrie, Okotoks, Cochrane, and Chestermere. All teams play their games at Shouldice Athletic Park in northwest Calgary.
This is the only league to supply all the equipment to players with large thanks to the Stampeders Foundation. The Stampeders Foundation annually donates between $110,000 and $140,000 to the Bantams each season. You can find Bantams players selling 50/50 tickets and Stampeders home games!
Midget – Calgary and Area Midget Football Association (Started in 2002)
This spring league is for High School age players. Boundaries are same as Bantam football so each team combines 3 to 5 High School. Made top players in Calgary High School football some of best in country and top recruited Cities for CIS schools.
Calgary High School Football
High School Football remains an important piece in the landscape of football development.
Each year the Stampeders Foundation provides support to High School Football programs through funding and the video program. The video program provides footage and coaching expertise to High School players and coaches.
The Calgary Colts are a Canadian Junior Football team based in Calgary, Alberta. The Colts play in the six-team Prairie Football Conference, which itself is part of the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) and competes annually for the national title known as the Canadian Bowl. The Colts were founded in 1967 and are two time National Champions (1989, 1990). For long time General Manager Keith Evans and other volunteers who serve the junior football club, the biggest victory has been providing young men aged 17-22 years a chance to play at a highly competitive level.
The Stampeders Foundation has a long history with the Calgary Colts. Each season the Stampeders Foundation provides over $70,000 in funding to the Colts.
Calgary Girls Flag Football League
CGFFL gives girls the opportunity to learn to play football with an emphasis on fun, fair play and respect for others. Coaches build strong relationships teaching players skills for quarterbacks, defensive backs and offensive receivers. We strive to inspire and motivate girls both on and off the field.
Calgary Youth Flag Football League
The Calgary Youth Flag Football league gives boys and girls an opportunity to play football with an emphasis on fun, fair play and respect for others. Coaches build strong relationships teaching players skills for quarterbacks, defensive backs and offensive receivers. We strive to inspire and motivate youth both on and off the field.
K25 Flag Football
Following 10 years in the CFL and a former Stampeder, Keon Raymond and his wife Bianca decided to remain in Calgary, Alberta with their four children, as the city had become home. They had been heavily involved in non-profit organizations within the city, and the idea of giving back and contributing to the community had become synonymous with the Raymond family. These beliefs lead to the creation of K25 Sports. Now in its third year, K25 is constantly expanding. In addition to running a flag football program for young players.
Running Flag Football leagues in Calgary for over 25 years in the summer and winter. We strive to inspire and motivate youth both on and off the field.
It is our goal to develop young athletes socially, mentally, and physically through non-contact flag football while fostering friendships, confidence, concentration, knowledge, movement, coordination and balance in a safe and motivating sporting environment within the community.
Alberta Flag Football League
Running flag football camps now!
Dynasty Flag Football League
DFFL offers a fast-paced, high-octane indoor game that highlights skill positions. DFFL emphasizes talent like speed, sharp cuts, clean breaks, accuracy, and decisiveness.