Brighton Youth Association Football League - BYAFL, strives to provide the youth of the city of Brighton and Adams County with an opportunity to develop sportsmanship, respect, teamwork, and leadership skills through participation in football and cheer.
 
 
 
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Brighton Bulldogs
by BYAFL posted 01/01/2013
 

Welcome to the Brighton Youth Association Football Leagues website. Home of Brighton's premier youth tackle football and cheer organiztion for over 30 years. We are governed by the Jeffco Midget Football Association and proud to serve the youth of Brighton, Colorado.

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Equipment Sales
03/31/2014
EQUIPMENT WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE TO PLAYERS REGISTERED FOR...
Partnership with CU Athletics
03/24/2014
Brighton Youth Association Football League has partnered with CU...
Changes with BYAFL
03/13/2014
Parents and Players, Due to the liability issue involved with the...

09/18/2013
  Are you interested in coaching football or cheer? We...
 
Equipment Sales
posted 03/31/2014
 

EQUIPMENT WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE TO PLAYERS REGISTERED FOR THE 2014 SEASON....EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS APRIL 15TH

 

8th: April 16 6-7 weds & April 17 6-7 thurs

7th: April 20 4-5 sun & April 21 6-7 mon

6th:April 23 6-7 weds & April 24 6-7 thurs

5th: April 27 4-5 sun & April 28 6-7 mon

4th: April 30 6-7 weds & May 1 6-7 thurs

3rd: May 4 4-5 sun & May 5 6-7 mon

2nd: May 7 6-7 weds & May 8 6-7 thurs

LATE: May 11 4-6pm sun & May 12 5-7 mon

 

Used Helmets $25, New Helmets (w/tags) $40, Shoulder pads $15, and one pair of practice pants free…rest $2 per additional pair

 

ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SOLD ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS...ONCE IT IS GONE IT IS GONE


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Partnership with CU Athletics
by posted 03/24/2014
 
Brighton Youth Association Football League has partnered with CU Athletics for the 2014 Season. Starting this season, all registered football players for Brighton Youth Football will receive a ticket to a home CU game with a special surprise(to be decided at a later time). Along with this, CU will offer discounted tickets to family members as well. We are bringing you this great benefit at no additional cost to you. More great ways BYAFL is growing and bringing more benefits to our players... 
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Changes with BYAFL
by posted 03/13/2014
 
Parents and Players,
Due to the liability issue involved with the renting/loaning of player equipment, the BYAFL board members, through a vote of the association members, has decided to discontinue offering equipment through the association. Pressure from multiple sources and the realization that we cannot possibly try to assume responsibility for the safety of your child especially in the area of head injuries with regards to equipment, has led us to this decision.

More than anything else, player safety is priority one for BYAFL! With changing costs and helmet designs, specifically to reduce head injuries, the association felt it prudent to allow the parents to make the appropriate decisions for their children as to the equipment they feel is the correct option.

We understand this will create added costs to play the sport of football, but it is in line with other areas within JMFA as well as our surrounding communities.

We will negotiate a deal with Dicks sporting goods to offer a package at a discount for our players to purchase.
More information will follow as to what colors and such to purchase.

Items required to play football...
*Football Helmet
Football Shoulder Pads
Football Practice Pants(Preferably a model that already contains the pads)
Football Practice Jersey
Mouth Piece
Football Cleats
For now, please refrain from purchasing any items with an asterisk. We will send out more information about this shortly...

Q: With this change, since BYAFL is not providing equipment any longer, are the fees being reduced?
A: Our fees are being reduced this year by $20. That said, we understand the concerns about the added cost of equipment to the player's family. As an association, though it was referred to as renting the equipment out to the players, truthfully it was loaned out. The association 
extended very little cost for maintenance and purchase of this equipment through fees and thus there was no revenue from the loaning of equipment.

Thanks...BYAFL

 
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by BYAFL posted 09/18/2013
 

 




Are you interested in coaching football or cheer?
We are always looking for outstanding coaching prospects. Please complete the Interest Form and we will contact you right away.


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