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CLYFL Football Camp
Summer Clinic Series
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Independence Day Parade
This year, CLYFL will be entering a float in the Leesburg Independence...
Speed & Skills Camp
  Presented by Central Loudoun Youth Football League Monday...
2016 Rule Changes
2016 Rules and Operating Procedures Please refer to the NEW 2016...
2016 Registration Now OPEN !!!!
REGISTRATION OPEN !! Click on the Register Now button  Registration...
  Introducing LYFA, our newest partner in growing youth sports...
Sports Physicals
Sports Physicals Required for the 2016 Season In the best...
CLYFL Football Camp




Featuring the coaching staffs of Heritage, Loudoun County, Riverside and Tuscarora High Schools.

FORMAT: The CLYFL Contact Football Camp is an opportunity for first-time and experienced players alike to learn and hone their football skills in a safe, competitive environment, learning from the finest coaches in the area. Coaches will lead campers in individual position drills, team sessions designed to sharpen their game skills, 7-on-7 drills, and controlled scrimmages.

EQUIPMENT: CLYFL will provide helmets and shoulder pads for campers who are also registered for the 2016 CLYFL season. Campers who are not playing in CLYFL this fall can either provide their own equipment or make arrangements to rent equipment from CLYFL. CLYFL will announce multiple dates for equipment pick-up prior to the camp. Campers will be given a practice jersey. All campers will need to provide their own football pants and mouthpieces.

WHO CAN ATTEND: The camp is open to rising 3rd graders all the way up to rising 9th graders. Drills and scrimmages will be separated by age. All are welcome, even players who are new to football or not enrolled in the Central Loudoun Youth Football League.

COACHING & SUPERVISION: Campers will have an opportunity to build their skills and learn from the finest coaches in the area. The camp will be led by coaches from local high schools including Tuscarora, Loudoun County, and Heritage. Kids will also have an opportunity to learn from former college and NFL players who are eager to share their lifetime of experience and knowledge with the next generation of football players!

COST: Early-bird registration, before May 23 is $279. After May 23, the registration fee is $299.

MEALS: Campers will be provided with a healthy mid-morning snack during the day. Plenty of liquids will be provided throughout camp.

LOCATION & SCHEDULE: The camp will be held from Monday, July 11 through Friday, July 15 on the campus of Tuscarora High School in Leesburg. Camp will begin at 8:00 AM daily, and will run until 12:00 PM each day.



by posted 06/06/2016
Summer Clinic Series

by posted 05/18/2016
Independence Day Parade

This year, CLYFL will be entering a float in the Leesburg Independence Day Parade on July 4, 2016. In doing so, we are looking for CLYFL kids and parents to participate in building our award winning float! We will also have opportunities for the kids to walk with or ride on the float during the parade through Leesburg. Participating kids who are walking or riding the float are required to be of league age and either entering the league this upcoming season or are current participants.

If you and your kids are able to help with the float, please follow the link below and complete the required form to sign up. Those that help will have first opportunity to walk and ride in the parade on July 4th.

Parade is July 4 at 10am.

Sign Up Here

by posted 05/15/2016
Speed & Skills Camp

  Presented by Central Loudoun Youth Football League

Monday - Friday

July 25 - 29

6 PM - 8 PM

Bolen Park - Field #1


Open to players grades 3-9 during 2016-2017 school year.

$110 Registration Fee + $12 County Tax.


This program is a fantastic way to prepare for the season. We are pleased to once again partner with professional trainers for our annual Speed and Skills camp. They will offer speed, agility, core strength and conditioning training that will improve overall athletic ability in addition to providing football instruction that will benefit experienced players and beginners alike.

Players who will miss the first week of practice can accumulate their conditioning days at the Speed and Skills Camp, allowing them to dress in pads upon their return. 


Register Here


by posted 05/14/2016
2016 Rule Changes

2016 Rules and Operating Procedures

Please refer to the NEW 2016 Operations Manual and the 2016 Tackle Football Rules for the A, B, & C divisions (D and Flag documents will be available soon).  They can be found and downloaded from the documents tab on our web site.

With the formation of the Loudoun Youth Football Association (LYFA), we have combined rules from the four leagues; AYFL, CLYFL, LLBFL, & ULYFL, to create a set of rules and procedures in which we will all operate.  Please be cognizant, we are in a transitional stage and we are sure to experience a few growing pains.  Please be patient with us as we work through these changes and feel free to bring any concerns to our attention.

As always, if you have any questions, please contact myself or any board member for clarification.


Kevin Shea

by posted 03/05/2016
2016 Registration Now OPEN !!!!


Click on the Register Now button 

Registration for the 2016 CLYFL season is now open.  

Flag Football - Ages 5-10

Contact Football - Grades 1 - 8

Cheerleading - Ages 4 - 14

2016 Contact Football Camp - Grades 1-9

by posted 03/01/2016

Loudoun Youth Football Association


Introducing LYFA, our newest partner in growing youth sports in Loudoun County.

CLFYL, along with AYFL, LLBFL, & ULYFL, have joined together to form Loudoun Youth Football Association for the 2016 season.  

The Board of Directors for Ashburn Youth Football League (AYFL), Central Loudoun Youth Football League (CLYFL), Lower Loudoun Boys Football League (LLBFL), and Upper Loudoun Youth Football League (ULYFL) today announced that they have formed an new partnership set to begin in March 2016. This partnership, developed by a working committee composed of members from each league, will be formally codified in the creation of Loudoun Youth Football Association (LYFA).  By forming this partnership all leagues agree to operate by the same rules, safety procedures and operating processes. In turn this will allow in-season interleague play as well as an integrated championships at each division. Each league will participate as individual operating entities within the association, retain operational independence, and continue to award separate league champions. All members will be partnered with USA Football.
Chris Butterfield, President of CLYFL said the following: "Being the current and past president of Central Loudon, it truly is the fruition of a dream I had many years ago to see  all of the Loudoun County football leagues play together.  I would like to thank all the members  of the committee that put so much effort in bringing this new partnership together."
"Youth football is the building block for our successful high school programs; with this agreement we are excited to continue and strengthen that rich tradition," stated Mike Groves, President of AYFL.
LLBFL President Gary Kidwell: “Our partnership with LYFA brings back fond memories of years ago when we all played in a County program.  This is an outstanding opportunity for us to come together to join forces to build our programs for the future players and cheerleaders of Loudoun County.  It has been a pleasure working with everyone on the committee to form such a great alliance that is beneficial to all our players.”

"There is power in numbers.  Combining the four leagues provides us with the power to help more children enjoy their experience and reap the rewards of coming through our league.” stated Kevin Keane, President of ULYFL.
With the start of the 2016 tackle football season, more information will be made available from each organization's web sites about interleague games and playoffs.

by posted 02/29/2016
Sports Physicals

Sports Physicals Required for the 2016 Season

In the best interest of all players and cheerleaders, a current sports physical form (dated after January 1, 2016) from a licensed medical practitioner must be received before your child/children can begin practice. 

Please download the required Physical form from the documents tab.  Completed physicals must be on file with CLYFL prior to participation in any practices or games.

Please reach out to the CLYFL board should you have any questions.

by posted 01/14/2016
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