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What are the age and weight divisions?
For football players, you will play in an age division with similar players of your age. Pop Warner is open to players ages 5-16, with your age being determined by your age on 7/31 of that year. Please review the Age Divisions to determine what level of play you fall into.
For cheerleaders and dancers, ages also range from 5-16. The spirit program is broken into seven age divisions ranging from U6 (ages 5-6) up to U14 (ages 11-14). Cheerleading squads are also broken down into Large (25-35). Medium (13-24) and Small (12 or fewer) Squads, and four different competition levels (PW1, PW2, PW3 and PW4). Please review the Spirit Age Divisions to determine what level of play you fall into
What are the acedemic requirements to participate?
Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. (PWLS) is the only national youth sports organization in America that requires its participants to perform adequately in the classroom before permitting them to play. We believe that the standards we have set give these children a sense of responsibility and an appreciation for academics and athletics that will help them develop later on in life.
Proof of satisfactory progress in school is required. A 2.0/70% or the equivalent shall be the minimum grade point average acceptable to participate. Those who do not meet this requirement, or home-schooled students can still play if they follow the alternative eligibility process which is monitored by progress reports.
Are There Tryouts?
NO TRYOUTS! – Pop Warner programs are not permitted to hold tryouts or cutting of rosters.
Is participation in Pop Warner Safe?
Pop Warner has a long history of providing a safe environment for all of our members. Kids compete with kids of similar age and size. Pop Warner is the ONLY youth football program (local, regional and national) that sets and enforces a strict Age matrix that reduces the risk and reality of injuries. Did you know that Pop Warner football is safer than soccer? Pop Warner football has 12% fewer injuries per capita among 5-15 year olds than organized soccer in the same age range!