WHO WE ARE
Brimfield JFL provides a recreational, educational and competitive program for its participants by structuring players ages and weights to compensate for the variety of physical and mental maturity levels of players involved. Brimfield JFL is dedicated to young athletes who participate within our organization and to their safety and enjoyment. Now lets PLAY SOME FOOTBALL!!!!
Registration is open!!
Tackle - $130 Flag - $50
Equipment handout will be Sunday, July 25th. Times TBA on facebook and website
Practice starts July 26th at Brimfield HS football field. 6pm for all levels. Tackle and flag!
During registration, there will be a $15.00 Non-Volunteer Fee added. We have not had help for several years in the concession stand. So in order to spark people to help, we are charging a fee and if you help, you will get your money back. If not, it will be used to pay HS students to man the concession stand during games.
2020 Registration is open!
BRIMFIELD JFL IS AFFLIATED WITH JFLOCI AND USA FOOTBALL
The Junior Football League of Central Illinois (JFLOCI) based in Peoria, IL, is committed to ensuring a positive youth football experience and advancing player safety this fall by providing league-wide coaching education and teaching resources that benefit players, parents and coaches through USA Football’s Heads Up Football® program.
USA Football, the sport’s national governing body, educates more youth and high school coaches combined than any organization in the United States. All JFLOCI coaches will be trained in Heads Up Football® techniques before leading their teams this season. JFLOCI head coaches and assistant coaches will attend a league hosted USA Football Coaches Clinic, which includes Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) concussion recognition and response protocols; heat illness prevention information; proper helmet and shoulder pad fitting; as well as Shoulder Tackling, Defeating Blocks and Blocking techniques, which aim to reduce helmet contact.
“Heads Up Football is changing for the better how coaches are trained, players are taught, parents are informed and safety is addressed,” USA Football Executive Director SCOTT HALLENBECK said. “We are proud to have the Junior Football League of Central Illinois join us in leading America’s youth football community, helping to further establish important standards rooted in education for the good of our young athletes.”