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Welcome to Central Loudoun Youth Football League

Central Loudoun Youth Football League was established over 50 years ago and continues to be a staple in our youth athletic community. We pride ourselves in the commitment to teaching our youth athletes the sports of football and cheer and instilling the character, commitment, respect and the camaraderie it takes to be a successful team member and person.

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CLYFL Teams Win 3 of 4 Matchups in the 2021 Spring Championships
07/21/2021
  The Central Loudoun Youth Football League reigned supreme...
CLYFL Fall 2021 Important Dates
07/15/2021
  Registration for CLYFL Youth Football and Cheer is...
Why Football Matters?
12/12/2019
A message from John Harbaugh, Head Coach, Baltimore Ravens
CLYFL's Commitment to Safer Tackling Techniques
12/12/2019
Field Status
08/06/2019
Weather happens! CLYFL does not close fields. For the most up-to-date...
 
CLYFL Teams Win 3 of 4 Matchups in the 2021 Spring Championships

 

The Central Loudoun Youth Football League reigned supreme in the Loudoun Youth Football Association’s Spring Championship games. Teams from three leagues participated. The CLYFL was well represented with 5 teams competing in the 4 final games. “It was epic,” says Alan Siek, a CLYFL coach and board member. “Our athletes played so well and really demonstrated the fundamentals, teamwork, and sportsmanship we teach every day.”

The A8 Giants defeated the Jaguars from the Lower Loudoun Youth Football League with a 6-0 win. “We wish all these talented young men well as they move on to high school!” says Melissa Martini, a spokeswoman for the league.

Our A7 champions, the Jets, also racked up a 6-0 victory over the Steelers from Lower Loudoun. Their power-packed defense impressively shut out their opponents!


In one of the most rewarding matchups, two CLYFL rivals, the Mountaineers and the Cornhuskers, battled for the B league championship. Their defensive struggle ended in a 7-6 victory for the Cornhuskers.

In our C league, the Hokies fell to the Upper Loudoun Packers 26-8. But every one of the team’s 13 players deserves special recognition for playing both ways all season long. Way to go, Hokies!


The Spring Championship games brought the teams, players, and families back to the fields after the COVID-19 pandemic abruptly aborted the 2020 season. The entire league celebrated the chance to get our athletes back to the game they love.


The League will be returning to a full roster of games in the fall of 2021. Registration for both football and cheer is open through August 1. If you would like to give your child the opportunity to learn from the best, visit www.clyfl.org . “Playing football with best friends is by far the best experience you can give a young child,” according to Dennis Martini, the League’s Director of Equipment. “Don’t pass up the chance to teach your kid skills and values they will use forever.”

 


posted 07/21/2021
CLYFL Fall 2021 Important Dates

 

Registration for CLYFL Youth Football and Cheer is open until August 1st, 2021. However, space is limited so do not delay any longer!


by posted 07/15/2021
Why Football Matters?

A message from John Harbaugh, Head Coach, Baltimore Ravens


by posted 12/12/2019
CLYFL's Commitment to Safer Tackling Techniques


by posted 12/12/2019
Field Status

Weather happens! CLYFL does not close fields. For the most up-to-date field closure information:

 

Loudoun County PRCS field information, visit https://rainoutline.com/search/dnis/7034540011 or download the Rainout Line App.

 

Freedom Park closures, call 703-737-7166.


by posted 08/06/2019
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