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Championship Games

Day Date Time Level Field Home Away
Saturday Nov 4th 9:00 AM Comp Flag Staley High School Chargers Raiders
Saturday Nov 4th 11:00 AM 3/4 Grade Staley High School Sharks Raiders
Saturday Nov 4th 1:30 PM 5/6 Grade Staley High School Chargers Sharks
Saturday Nov 4th 4:00 PM 7/8 Grade Staley High School Raiders Chargers

Play-Off Games (Lower & Upper)

Game Day Date Time Level Field Home Away
A Wednesday Oct 25th 6:00 PM 3/4 Grade Pleasant Valley Wildcats W Team NKC L
B Wednesday Oct 25th 8:00 PM 5/6 Grade Pleasant Valley Team NKC W PV Giants L
C Wednesday Oct 25th 6:00 PM Comp Flag Line Creek Sharks W Chiefs L
D Wednesday Oct 25th 8:00 PM 3/4 Grade Line Creek Chiefs W Vikings L
E Wednesday Oct 25th 8:00 PM 7/8 Grade Bishop Ward Hornets L Rebels W

Lower Level Championship Games

Game Day Date Time Level Field Home Away
Champ Saturday Oct 28th 12:00 PM 3/4 Grade Oak Park High School Wildcats Chiefs
Champ Saturday Oct 28th 2:00 PM 5/6 Grade Oak Park High School Vikings Team NKC
Champ Saturday Oct 28th 4:00 PM 7/8 Grade Oak Park High School Chiefs Rebels

Upper Division Play-Offs

Game Day Date Time Level Field Home Away
F Saturday Oct 28th 9:00 AM 3/4 Grade Staley High School Raiders Chargers
G Saturday Oct 28th 11:00 AM 3/4 Grade Staley High School Sharks Pioneers
H Saturday Oct 28th 1:00 PM 5/6 Grade Staley High School Chiefs Sharks
I Saturday Oct 28th 3:00 PM 5/6 Grade Staley High School Chargers Raiders
J Saturday Oct 28th 5:00 PM 7/8 Grade Staley High School Sharks Chargers
K Saturday Oct 28th 7:00 PM 7/8 Grade Staley High School Raiders Vikings
L Saturday Oct 28th 9:00 AM Comp Flag Oak Park High School Raiders Pioneers
M Saturday Oct 28th 10:30 AM Comp Flag Oak Park High School Chargers Sharks

2017 Schedules by week

HOME FIELDS

Hodge Park - HOME OF THE SHARKS

HODGE PARK MAP

LOCATION

N.E. 96th St. & Reiking Rd.

Pleasant Valley Park - HOME OF THE PV GIANTS

Pleasant Valley Map

 

 

LOCATION

6401 Pleasant Valley Road

Oak Park High School - HOME OF THE NKC WILDCATS

OAK PARK MAP

LOCATION

825 NE 79th Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64118

Frank Vyadik Park ( Line Creek Park) - HOME OF THE NL CHIEFS

LINE CREEK PARK MAP

LOCATION

NW 60th and NW Waukomis Dr

Waterwell Park - HOME OF THE CHARGERS

WATER WELL PARK MAP

LOCATION

MO-9, North Kansas City, MO 64116

Warren Middle School - HOME OF THE LEAVENWORTH PIONEERS

WARREN MIDDLE SCHOOL MAP

LOCATION

3501 New Lawrence Rd, Leavenworth, KS 66048

San Rafael Park - HOME OF THE NECCO RAIDERS

SAN RAFAEL PARK MAP

 

LOCATION

N.E. 53rd St. & San Rafael Dr.

Plaza Middle School - HOME OF THE PARKVILLE VIKINGS

PLAZA MIDDLE SCHOOL MAP

LOCATION

6501 NW 72nd St Kansas City MO 64151

NKC High School - HOME OF TEAM NKC

NKC High School Map

LOCATION

25th and Howell St NKC MO


Welcome to North Suburban Youth Football

Welcome to North Suburban Youth Football, offering Flag football for K-2nd grade and Tackle football for 3rd thru 8th grade.  NSYFL is one of the oldest and most successful premier youth program in the Kansas City Metro. Our mission is to offer the safest and most exciting Game-day experience in youth football in the area. 

Our teams consist of local athletes at all skill level learning, practicing and playing at peak performance levels. 

Whether you are a novice or an experienced football athlete NSYFL will have a team or program to help develop your skills to hit the next level

  • We have coaches and volunteers that are committed to giving your athlete the best possible experience. Our coaches are trained in the most up-to-date methods of coaching that includes the most popular, safe and fun practice drills.
  • We proudly participate in USA Football's Heads-up Tackling program
  • Each coach must complete the USA Football coaching certification
  • Each coach must pass a Safety Background check
  • NSYFL will offer for your athlete more opportunity to get on-field playing time.

If you want your child to be prepared to play, have fun and perform at peak levels come check us out.

We are confident that your child will have a good time participating in NSYFL football, you can be assured that we will do our best to provide the finest coaching, the safest equipment and the best game-day experience of any youth program in the Kansas City area. 

 


2017 Fall Football and Cheer Registrations

We offer flag for K-2nd grade and tackle for 3rd thru 8th grade.  Cheer will be offered by organizations that support that activity.

  1. Registrations will open on June 1st for Flag, Tackle and Cheer. Please go to the links below to complete your registrations
  2. Our greatest resource is our families, over 70% of our new recruits come from referrals and recommendations from parents, players and coaches. We will continue to run our programming to include flyers, signs and billboard, but in the end your participation in recruiting is valuable and appreciated.

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Flag Football fro K-2nd grade

Flag fun for Boys and Girls


Did You Know

According to the 2013-14 NFHS High School Athletics Participation Survey, football is the most popular sport for boys at the high school level with 1,093,234 participants in 11-player football. Another 28,790 boys participated in 6-, 8- and 9-player football. In addition, 1,828 girls participated in football during the 2013-14 season. 


PrepsKC

For all you High school football Results

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NSYFL Mission

The NSFYL is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of youth football and cheer leading by teaching fundamental skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship, while fostering a positive environment to build strong character while creating memories and developing friendships in a fun, safe, positive environment.

NCAA STUDY OFFERS REVEALING LOOK INTO YOUTH SPORTS

SPECIALIZATION Many NCAA student-athletes, especially in sports like ice hockey, tennis (DI and DII only) and soccer, began specializing in their sports at what experts consider a very early age (e.g., before age 12). NCAA women are slightly more likely to specialize in their main sport by age 12. In Division I men’s athletics, soccer (68%), tennis (66%), ice hockey (55%), and basketball (49%) saw the highest levels of specialization before age 12. And across all divisions of men’s athletics, it was the football (43%), basketball (39%), and baseball (37%) players who wished they had participated in other sports growing up the most.