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Eagles Youth Sports Football has produced an outstanding atmosphere for safe competitive tackle football in Denver for over 50 Years. The Eagles are focused on teaching teamwork, sportsmanship, and leadership in a program that is fun and promotes a lifelong love of the game of football!  We offer competitive play for all levels of talent from ages 6 to 14.

The Eagles are one of nine member clubs of the Arapahoe Youth League (AYL) and serve the youth in Denver. If you reside in the City of Denver or live in the School District of Cherry Creek High School, or Overland High School then you are in Eagles territory.  

Our Fall tackle football season runs from late August - late October with practice starting in late July. When regsitering for the Fall season keep in mind that  AYL does not schedule around Fall break, Labor Day, or family vacations so be sure to schedule vacations accordingly.

Player safety is our priority so we have partnered with USA Football to certify our coaches in Heads Up tackling and blocking. We want to ensure the safety and health of our participants and will never place winning over player safety. 

Fall Registration: May 1, 2020     First Practice: July 25, 2020       Weigh-in Date: August 15, 2020

First Game: August 22, 2020        Playoffs: October 17 - October 24, 2020

Championship Superbowl: October 31, 2020

Check back often for news and updates with regards to youth football in the Denver metro area.  

Throughout the offseason we will post coaching clinics, youth camps & clinics that are held around the metro area.  For updated information please click the Camps & Clinics link on the left side of this page.

AYL Adopts Rookie Tackle Football Program for Grades 1st - 3rd

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by posted 03/13/2019
15 life lessons from football that shouldn't be overlooked


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by posted 02/05/2019
AYL Adopts Rookie Tackle Football Program for Grades 1st - 3rd

A Framework for 21st Century Football

The Football Development Model allows us to ...

  • Instill solid fundamentals
  • Develop better players
  • Provide multiple entry points and game options
  • Create developmentally appropriate skill instruction

By teaching the game in a fun and engaging way, we can more effectively meet players’ developmental needs based on their individual stages of growth and development.

How Does It Work?

We’ve incorporated scientifically based guidelines, which assist us in building recommended stages of development for athletes as they grow through the sport. This helps coaches and parents gauge the progress of a young player’s skill level and game readiness.

By taking athletes from their touchpoint into the sport and continuing through opportunities in high school and beyond, the Football Developmental Model guides every individual as they learn, develop and progress through the sport.

by posted 02/05/2019
Cole Sukle Award Winners

Congratulations to the following Cole Sukle Award Winners! Each of the players were recognized for their Leadership and Sportsmanship both on and off the field. Click Here for full list of award winners. 


by posted 12/13/2018
What It Takes to be a Good Assistant Coach (Podcast)

Keith Grabowski talks with Milo Austin about what it takes to be a good assistant coach

This week in the Coach and Coordinator podcast series, Keith Grabowski talks with Morehead State assistant coach Milo Austin. Austin was selected as the AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year. The coaches discuss Austin’s journey, his success, his favorite concept and what it takes to be a good assistant coach.

Austin began his collegiate playing career as a cornerback at Division III Salisbury, where he was named Atlantic Central Football Conference Freshman of the Year in 2001. He was also the Eastern College Athletic Conference Eastern Region Freshman of the Year. He finished his career at West Virginia, where he was a wide receiver on the 2004 Big East Conference Championship team.

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by posted 12/13/2018
Why Kids Don't Play Football Anymore, By Jay Stolfi

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by posted 12/13/2018
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