Welcome to NHYFSC Website

Welcome to the website of the NHYFSC. The New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference provides over 4000 boys and girls the opportunity to participate in youth football and cheerleading.
The purpose of this site is to provide parents, players / cheerleaders, and the general public with up to date conference news, information, schedules, game results, directions and much much more.

Check back often for the latest information.
To insure proper information is exchanged during any communication, the NHYFSC requires inquiries are identified by name and association affiliation.

by: NHYFSC State Board

2017 AYC National Cheer Champions

The NHYFSC is proud to announce our 2017 American Youth Cheer National Champions.


Div 8 Large White - Merrimack Cardinals

Div 12 Small Red - Windham Wolverines

Div 14 Small Blue - Salem Rams

NHYFSC Div 14 Small Red Elite

NHYFSC Div 14 Small Blue Elite



NHYFSC State Board

by: Master Admin

Manchester East Cobras 10U National Champions

MEC Champions return home

Manchester East Cobras take National 10U Football Title with thrilling win over Texas

Members of the Manchester East Cobras celebrate after winning a national championship in Florida. (COURTESY)

When the Manchester East Cobras won the American Youth Football 10U Division II state championship earlier this season, coach Matt McDonald emphasized the team had not accomplished anything yet.

He delivered the same message after the Cobras defeated Hartford, Conn., 37-6, to win the regional title and qualify for the AYF’s eight-team national tournament.

When McDonald spoke to his players after the Cobras defeated the Garden Villa (Texas) Giants, 27-26, in the AYF Division II 10U All American national championship game Dec. 8 in Kissimmee, Fla., he gave a different speech.

“After that final game, we accomplished what we came out to do,” McDonald said. “We came down to Florida not to lose….I’m over ecstatic about what the kids were able to accomplish when they put their minds to it.”

The Cobras defeated the CYAA (Fla.) Wolverines, 32-19, in the national quarterfinals before downing the Maryland-based Showcase Sharks, 25-13, in the semifinals, becoming the first New Hampshire team to ever reach an AYF final, according to McDonald.

Manchester East trailed, 26-14, late in the first half of the final before scoring the game’s final two touchdowns and shutting out Garden Villa in the second half.

Shawn O’Neil ran in a 25-yard touchdown and caught a 35-yard TD pass from McDonald’s son, Aiden, in the championship game. Jayden Pares scored the game-winning point when he ran into the end zone from three yards out on the point-after play following Chase Burris’ 15-yard TD run.

In the AYF 10U league, a point-after kick is worth two points and a point-after score on a pass or run is worth one point.

McDonald said his team was outmanned and outgunned in each of its three national-tournament games but it did have the edge in one area.

“They were faster, bigger, stronger but what separated us from them was we were by far the most mentally tough team and we had the most heart of any of the teams,” McDonald said. “We wear teams down mentally and as soon as the mind goes, the body follows soon after that.”

The Cobras finished with a 14-1 overall record and were never scored on in the second half in any of those 15 contests.

McDonald said he believes Manchester East would not have accomplished what it did this season without suffering its lone loss of the season — a 19-6 setback in Week 4 to the Pelham Razorbacks. After the defeat, the Cobras refocused and practiced harder, McDonald said, which paid off when they defeated Pelham, 19-12, to win the state title.

“If it wasn’t for that loss, we wouldn’t be here,” McDonald said.

McDonald said he was in disbelief after the title game ended and he realized what the Cobras had achieved. The moment he celebrated the victory with Aiden is something McDonald will always remember.

“I really try my best to separate the father-son aspect when it comes to coaching,” McDonald said. “To share that with him after the fact and have that father-son moment, it was unbelievable. It’s something we’ll never forget.”

McDonald said Aiden and his teammates — O’Neil, Pares, Burris, Aidan Calden, Treyvon Cannon Bennett, Steven Flatthery Jr., George Whitehead III, Michael Landmesser, Cayden Salvi, Liam Corman, Elijah Ellis, Xavier Whitehead, Ajow Luwal, Jaythean Obando, Matthew Koenig, Jhystoni Riviera, Jonathan Saldi, Nathan Saldi and Grace Chantasiri — had smiles on their faces long after the game ended.

Now that the 27-hour car ride back home from Florida and the celebration with family and friends is over, McDonald said his players are already thinking about next season.

“They have short-term memories,” McDonald said. “They’re wise beyond their years, that’s for sure.”
Click Here to download a copy of the newspaper article
The NHYFSC State Board and all member Associations are so proud of these young athletes.

by: Master Admin

2017 NH AYC New England Cheer Champions

What a great New England Regional's weekend for New Hampshire!

These are the cheer teams that placed at the competition

D8 Small White
3rd Place - Goffstown Screaming Eagles

D8 Large White
1st Place - Merrimack Cardinals
2nd Place - Derry Demons

D8 Large Red
1st Place - Londonderry Wildcats

D10 Small White
1st Place - Keene Knights
2nd Place - Merrimack Cardinals

D10 Large White
2nd Place - Hudson-Litchfield Bears

D10 Small Red

2nd Place - Windham Wolverines

3rd Place - Goffstown Screaming Eagles

D10 Large Red (NH sweep!) 
1st Place - Pelham Razorbacks
2nd Place - Nashua PAL Force
3rd Place - Bedford Bulldogs

D12 Small Red 
1st Place - Windham Wolverines
3rd Place - Bedford Bulldogs

D12 Large Red
2nd Place - Nashua Elks Crusaders

D14 Small White 
1st Place - Keene Knights

D14 Small Red
3rd Place - Goffstown Screaming Eagles

D14 Large Red (NH sweep!) 
1st Place - Windham Wolverines
2nd Place - Merrimack Cardinals
3rd Place - Bedford Bulldogs

D14 Small Blue
1st Place - Salem Rams
3rd Place - Hudson-Litchfield Bears

D14 Large Blue
2nd Place - Derry Wolverines
3rd Place - Londonderry Wildcats

D18 Small Red 
1st Place - Derry Demons


What an amazing amount of talent we have in New Hampshire best of luck to everyone continuing on to Nationals.





NHYFSC Conference Board

by: Master Admin

2017 NH AYF New England Football Champions

Congratulations to the 2017 NH AYF New England Region Football Champions

Manchester East Cobras 10u on their 37-7 win over the Hartford Wilcats. They are the 10u New England Region Champions

Salem Rams 11u on their 45-19 win over the Bridgeport Chargers.

Both teams will be traveling to Florida to play for the AYF National Championship Title.

by: Master Admin

2017 NE Region AYF Semi Final Football Games

New England Region Semi-Final Football Games

We are excited to be hosting this round of football games between

NHYFSC State Champions vs CMYFCC State Champions

Date: Sunday, November 12, 2017

Location: Stellos Stadium, 7 Stadium Drive, Nashua, NH 03062


Game Times:

9:00am - 10U - NH Manchester East Cobras (24) vs CM Charlton Dudley Rams (0)

11:00am - 11U - NH Salem Rams (25) vs CM Worcester Cowboys (12)

1:00pm - 12U - NH Pelham Razorbacks (6) vs CM Worcester Cowboys (8)

**3:00pm - 13U - NH Salem Rams (48) vs CM Leominster Blue Devils (56) - **NE Region Championship Game.

5:00pm - 14U - NH Goffstow Screamin' Eagles (0) vs CM Nashoba/Littleton (35)

 The winners of the 10U, 11U, 12U & 14U games will advance to the 2017 New England Region Champion games to be played Sunday, November 19th at Durfee Field in Fall River, MA.

**The winner of the 13U game will become the 2017 NE Region Champion and advance directly to AYF National Championships the week of December 3rd in Kissimee, FL.

Gate Fee:

General Admission (age 16 and older) - $7.00

Seniors age 62 & over - $5.00

Ages 4 to 15 - $3.00

Age 3 and under - Free


There is no charge for participating players, cheerleaders and coaches with an event pass.
Credit/Debit cards and checks will not be accepted for gate entry

Stadium Rules:

  1. Air horns and similar devices are not permitted.
  2. Tailgating in the parking lots is not permitted.
  3. Alcohol is not permitted in the facility and parking lots.
  4. Smoking is not permitted in the facility.
  5. Animals/pets are not permitted in the facility.
  6. Announcing of games will not begin until Noon per city ordinance. There is a residential neighborhood adjacent to the facility.

Remember to treat this facility like it is you own home. If anyone sees any infractions to any of the listed rules or guidelines we ask that you please report it to the press box or the concession stand immediately.


by: Master Admin

Football State Playoffs

The NHYFSC is proud to announce the advancing teams to the 2017 State Championship Playoffs.

There is a gate fee for these games,

$3.00 for 16 years and older

$1.00 for ages 3 to 15

Children 2 and under are free

The gate fee covers the costs associated with hosting a playoff game.

Please click on the playoff grid below. We have updated the grid with the completion of quarter finals played.

PLAYOFF GRID - rev 11-4-17

Good luck to all teams in playoffs.


NHYFSC State Board







by: Master Admin

2017 NHYFSC State Cheer Competition Results

On Sunday, October 29th, the NHYFSC held the 2017 State Cheerleading Competition.

Tammy Gagne, Cheer Coordinator of the NHYFSC is pleased to announce the conference Cheerleading Competition results.

The NHYFSC CONGRATULATE all the cheer squads for a wonderful performance. The cheer squads did a fantastic job!!

Click here to download a list of the 2017 State Cheerleading Champions.

The finalist will move on to compete in the AYC New England Region Championships on November 18, 2017 at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, RI. The New England Region Competition will include squads from Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire. Squads placing at Regions for their division are eligible to compete at the American Youth Cheer National Competition in Florida in December.

We would like to congratulate all the Tiny Mite teams that participated today. These young athletes showed everyone they are the next generation of cheerleaders.

A Special Shout Out to the Bedford Bulldogs Adaptive Cheer team! Once again bringing the house to their feet and tears to our eyes with an exceptional routine. A fantastic group of athletes proved that nothing can hold you back once you set your mind to it.

For additional information and all the latest news regarding the New England Region Championships visit the New England Region website at www.newenglandregionals.com

Good Luck to all our advancing cheerleading squads.

NHYFSC State Board


by: Master Admin

8th Grade All Star Tryouts CHANGE


Pre-registration is now open for the Grade 8 NH-AYF All-star Team tryouts on the state website When you go into the website, there is a red tab labeled "REGISTER NOW" just above the calendar on the right, there is also a tab in the menu list on the left labeled Register Online.

Parents will log in just as they do before the regular season started, select their 8th grader, download the "Prospective 8th Grade All-star" document, and then complete the rest of the information on line.

Tryouts are open to 8th graders only who are currently rostered and playing on a 2017 registered NHYFSC team. Participants trying out must be in the 8th grade, age is not a factor. We encourage all 8th graders to try out. Even if you don't make the team, the experience will be valuable.

Tryouts will be held at Northeastern Boulevard, Salem, NH (use GPS address: 37 Brookdale Ave. Salem, NH) on the following dates:
Monday, October 16, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Monday, October 23, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Athletes must attend both tryouts.

The team will be traveling to Florida December 2nd – 9th to compete with AYF teams from all over the country for the National Conference All-star Championship.

If you have any questions regarding the All-star team, don't hesitate to contact Coach John McDonald at jmac1536@hotmail.com

Thank you
NHYFSC State Board & All-Star Coaching Staff

by: Master Admin

NHYFSC 8th Grade All Star Head Coach selected

On Monday, September 11th the NHYFSC convened a meeting with the coaches nominated for the position of Head Coach of the 2017 NHYFSC 14U/8th Grade Conference All-Star team. At this meeting the expectations of the position were reviewed.


We are proud to announce John McDonald of the Salem Rams was selected as the Head Coach of the 2017 NHYFSC 14U/8th Grade Conference All-Star Team.


In the upcoming weeks John will reach out to coaches within the NHYFSC membership to fill the assistant coach positions.


The final step of the process is the selection of the players. This process will take place in October. We will forward the information to the association presidents and post on this website when the details are finalized.


Once all players are identified the NHYFSC will coordinate a parents meeting in October to review the requirements and process of the team.


Congratulation to John!


NHYFSC State Board


by: Master Admin

Elite D14 Head Coaches selected

AYC Championship Bow

NHYFSC is proud to introduce the head coaches of the NH Elite teams.

Red Elite - Stephanie Karg of the Hudson-Litchfield Bears

Blue Elite - Nicole Quinn of the Salem Rams

Both teams will have a fantastic support staff of coaches assisting them this year.

Tryout information:

Athletes will be judged on dance, jumps, running and standing tumbling, and of course stunting!


The following link is for the dance that the athletes need to learn for tryouts. The girl performing is not an athlete trying out, she is a junior demonstrator, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FHRsWdUPmQ&feature=youtu.be to ensure all athletes are doing it the same, the beginning clap is over the left shoulder, followed by stepping forward with the right leg. 


Here is the jump sequence all athletes will be asked to perform. The girl performing the jumps is not an athlete trying out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=ZVQ2-F1JTFU&app=desktop please notice the approach and arm placement, this is what we are looking for regardless of how your home team approaches jumps. The order is right, toe, left. The straight leg is what determines "right" or "left"


The first night of tryouts is Friday September 15th at Londonderry Middle school, 313 Mammoth Road, Londonderry, from 5:30 - 9:30 PM. Athletes must attend this tryout in order to advance to Saturday. We do expect some athletes to be cut Friday that won't need to attend Saturday. They will either be informed in person Friday or by email Friday night. 


Athletes should wear proper fitting shorts and shirt, as well as their cheer shoes. Please avoid dressing like twins with another athlete. Athletes should bring water and a healthy snack.


Parents, family members, cheer coordinators, and non Elite coaches are not allowed to stay at Londonderry Middle  school during tryouts, the Elite athletes Elite coaches, judges, and state board members are the only ones staying on site. We appreciate your cooperation with this as we don't want to jeopardize Londonderry Wildcats practice space. There are many local restaurants in the area if you want to stay close. We ask that you come in to drop off your athlete and verify the phone number you can be reached at during tryouts. Please be quick with the drop off as we have 90 athletes to check in!


Athletes that make it to day 2 will attend on Saturday September 16th at Woodbury middle school,  206 Main Street, Salem NH 9 AM - noon. Some athletes might be asked to show up at 10 - noon. This will be communicated in person Friday or by email Friday night. There is a cafeteria where parents can wait if they choose, any children with you need to be well supervised.


There will be a parent/athlete meeting on Saturday at 11:45 AM for both the red and the blue team. 


Both red and blue teams have choreography on Sunday 9/24. 9 AM - 3 for blue and 9 AM - 4 PM for red. This is mandatory for anyone that makes the team. Your coach will let you know what they want them to wear to this.

by: Master Admin

Concussion Safety Awareness and Fact Sheet

The NHYFSC takes Concussions very seriously. Through constant training for our administrators and coaches we feel this will help individuals identify the signs of a concussion.

What is a Concussion? A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury. Concussions are caused by a bump or blow to the head. Even a “ding,” “getting your bell rung,” or what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious. You can’t see a concussion. Signs and symptoms of concussion can show up right after the injury or may not appear or be noticed until days or weeks after the injury. If your child reports any symptoms of concussion, or if you notice the symptoms yourself, seek medical attention right away. 

Please click here to download a copy of the CDC Head's Up Concussion Fact Sheet for Parents.

The more administrators, coaches, parents and athletes know about a concussion the better we will be able to keep our children safe.

Let's have a safe and exciting 2017 season.

NHYFSC State Board

by: Master Admin

Heat & Humidity Precautions


The NHYFSC advises all associations and parents to take heat and humidity matters into consideration before and at all practices. Associations should be advising all participants on the importance of hydrating before practices and to insure participants are bringing ample amounts of water to practice.

Dehydration and heat exhaustion can cause serious medical issues.  Proper planning will minimize discomfort and avoid serious medical issues.


Download the Heat Exhaustion form Signs, Symptoms and Preventive Tips.



The NHYFSC advises all associations of potential medical hazards from mosquitoes.  All parents should take responsibility to avoid mosquitoes by using mosquitoes repellant on their child prior to practice beginning.

Click here for EEE Fact Sheet put out by the City of Manchester.

For additional information go to http://www.cdc.gov/EasternEquineEncephalitis/


State Board

by: Master Admin

NHYFSC Opens the 2017 Season


On Monday, July 31, 2017, the practice season begins for the member associations. Due to the efforts of many volunteers, 4000+ children have the opportunity to participate in football and cheerleading. Our first game will be held on Sunday, August 27th.

The conference continues to offer a Flag football program as an introductory level for participants ages 5 to 7. Tackle football offered for participants ages 6 to 14 and cheerleading for participants ages 5 to 18.

The NHYFSC will be hosting its annual state wide cheer competition on Sunday, October 29th at the Athletic Center at Southern NH University. This competition is the largest cheer competition held in the state. Squads that place 1st, 2nd, and 3rd are eligible to participate in the American Youth Cheer region competition which will be held in Providence, RI, this year.

In addition to the conferences focus on sportsmanship, participation, and competiveness, a strong commitment to academics is fostered and acknowledged by the Academic Achievement Awards Program. Football and cheerleading participants must meet academic requirements to participate and those that excel are eligible for academic success certificates and scholarships.

We will host our 13th Annual Academic Achievement Awards program that has been very successful in acknowledging participants for their academic success. To date we have honored thousands of participants at the Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels of achievement. There has also been over $150,000 worth of scholarships presented since the programs inception.

We wish all our participants and volunteers an exciting, fun and great season!

Good Luck

NHYFSC Board of Directors

by: Master Admin


The NHYFSC is so excited to announce that the NH Jr Wildcats have rejoined the NHYFSC.

At the June association meeting representatives from the NH Jr Wildcats (formerly known as Hampstead Wildcats) and formerly affiliated with pop warner, appeared before the membership seeking acceptance into the NHYFSC Conference as a member in the 2017 season. They were enthusiastically approved to rejoin the conference as our 26th member association. The NH Jr Wildcats will have teams for both cheer and football.

Let’s all welcome the NH Jr Wildcats to a fantastic 2017 season.

NHYFSC State Board

by: Master Admin

AYF/AYC Scholarship Recipients from NH


The NHYFSC is proud to announce the recipients of AYF/AYC National and New England Region Academic Achievement Scholarship Recipients.

AYC New England Region Cheer Director Scholarship - Ava Donahue of the Salem Rams

AYF New England Region Director - Dylan Wrisley of the Londonderry Wildcats

AYF/C National Academic Scholarship - Samantha Avampato of the Bedford Bulldogs

We are very proud of each of you for all your accomplishments on and off the field and in the classroom.

NHYFSC State Board

by: Master Admin

Welcome to the 2017 Season!!!!

The conference consists of 26 association’s state wide. To learn more about our members or becoming involved with football and cheer visit our Members page.

The NHYFSC in affiliation with American Youth Football & Cheer offers a quality experience that consists of:

  • Football and cheer levels that provide interaction with appropriate age levels.
  • Minimum Play participation requirement for all participants
  • 8 game football season with opportunities for region and national advancement.
  • Academic Achievement awards that has provided over $150,000 in scholarships since its inception in 2005.
  • Cheer competition that provides opportunities for region and national advancement.
  • 3 Fun cheer competitions coordinated by member associations.
  • In-State All Star games at the end of the season
  • Grade 8 All-star team that compete at the AYF National Championship
  • Elite Cheer teams that compete.at the AYC National Championship
  • Opportunity for 14 year old football and cheer participants from all the members to participate in the AYFC All Star Game

For additional information contact us at admin@nhyfsc.org

If your town is interested in becoming a member of the New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference, please contact us at admin@nhyfsc.org or commissioner@nhyfsc.org 

by: Admin


The NHYFSC is so excited to announce that the Merrimack Cardinals have rejoined the conference as well as the merger of the Bedford Jaguars and Bedford Jr. Bulldogs.

At the February association meeting representatives from the Merrimack Cardinals, formerly affiliated with pop warner, appeared before the membership seeking acceptance into the NHYFSC Conference as a member in the 2017 season. They were enthusiastically approved to rejoin the conference as our 25th member association.  The Merrimack Cardinals will have teams for both cheer and football.

Also at the meeting the Bedford Jaguars announced with great excitement that they and the Bedford Jr. Bulldogs also formerly with pop warner, have merged under the name Bedford Bulldogs. The new Bedford Bulldogs will continue participation as a member of the NHYFSC governed by the BYFA By-Laws. The Bedford Bulldogs will have cheer and football teams.

Let’s all welcome the Merrimack Cardinals and Bedford Bulldogs to a fantastic 2017 season.

NHYFSC State Board

by: Master Admin

12th Annual Academic Awards Reception Held


The NHYFSC held their 12th Annual Academic Achievement Award Reception Sunday, February 5th at the Expo Center at the Center of NH, Radisson in Manchester.

The conference recognized 465 children at the Gold, Silver and Bronze levels of achievement. The participants also demonstrated outstanding involvement with community service, volunteerism, or clubs and organizations. Each recipient receives a Certificate of Achievement in 3 categories of Bronze, Silver and Gold that acknowledged the participants success in the classroom.

Scholarships totaling $25,500 was awarded to 31 exceptional students.

The NHYFSC congratulates all the recipients for their tremendous accomplishments.

Check out the pictures of some of the amazing individuals that attended the reception.


NHYFSC Academic Committee & State Board





by: Master Admin

NH Scholar receives $1,000 scholarship from AYF/AYC

Congratulation to Jordan Leveille of the Bedford Bulldogs. Jordan was awarded a $1,000 academic scholarship provided by AYF/AYC.

Jordan was selected from hundreds of individuals submitted to AYF for consideration. All submissions must have a 98% or higher overall grade point average. 

Scholastic scholarships and Academic Alliance awards are given to those AYF/AYC athletes who shine the brightest. Each year over 20 athletes are recognized in several award categories with significant monetary funds based on their achievements and exemplary behavior in leadership. These funds help to offset academic expenses.



by: Master Admin

NH 2016 AYC New England Cheer Champions

New Hampshire 2016 AYC New England Region Champions!!!

Congratulations to all the cheerleading teams that participated in the 2016 AYC New England Region Cheer Championships on Saturday, 11-19-16.

The following New Hampshire teams have been crowned 2016 AYC New England Region Champions.

*indicates advancing to nationals.


Division 8 Small White:

*1st Place ~ Derry Demons

*2nd Place ~ Londonderry Wildcats


Division 8 Small Red:

*1st Place ~ Goffstown Screamin' Eagles


Division 10 Small White:

*2nd Place ~ Keene Knights

Great performances by Nashua Pal Force and Manchester South Sabres


Division 10 Small Red:

*3rd Place ~ Goffstown Screamin' Eagles

*4th Place ~ Nashua Pal Force

5th Place ~ Manchester East Cobras


Division 10 Large Red: NH sweeps the Division!!

*1st Place ~ Windham Wolverines

*2nd Place ~ Bedford Jaguars

*3rd Place ~ Nashua Crusaders

4th Place ~ Salem Rams


Division 12 Small White:

*3rd Place ~ Keene Knights


Division 12 Large White:

2nd Place ~ Laconia Chiefs


Division 12 Small Red:

Excellent performance by Goffstown Screamin' Eagles, Derry Demons and Manchester South Sabres


Division 12 Large Red:

2nd Place ~ Pelham Razorbacks

*4th Hudson Litchfield Bears


Division 14 Small White:

4th Place ~ Plymouth Huskies - most improved team this year!

5th Place ~ Milford Mustangs


Division 14 Large White:

*1st Place ~ Hollis Brookline Jr Cavaliers


Division 14 Small Red:

*2nd Place ~ Pelham Razorbacks

Great performance by Salem Rams and Manchester East Cobras


Division 14 Large Red:

*1st Place ~ Bedford Jaguars - Judges favorite pyramid, perfect for difficulty and execution!

Great performance by Nashua Crusaders


Division 14 Small Blue:

*1st Place ~ Salem Rams

*2nd Place ~ Pembroke Spartans

4th Place ~ Goffstown Screamin' Eagles


Division 14 Large Blue:

*2nd Place ~ Nashua Pal Force

*3rd Place ~ Windham Wolverines

Great performance by Hudson Litchfield Bears


Division 18 Small Red:

*1st Place ~ Derry Demons


Division 18 Small Blue:

*1st Place ~ Pembroke Spartans


A fabulous performance by the 3 NHYFSC Division 14 Elite teams.

*Elite Blue

*Elite Pink

*Elite Teal


Let's give it up for the Bedford Jaguars Adaptive team. WOW what a fantastic performance! This wonderful group of athletes took the mat and showed a couple of hundred spectator that not only can you do whatever you set your mind to but you can excel at it. Great Job Ladies!!!


Good Luck at Nationals in December!!!

We are so proud of you.

NHYFSC State Board









by: Master Admin

2016 NHYFSC Football Champions

On Saturday, October 29, 2016 the New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference hosted its State Championship Football games at Keene Alumni Field in Keene, NH.


The NHYFSC is proud to announce the 2016 State Football Champions:


9U - Hudson Litchfield Bears


10U - Pelham Razorbacks


11U - Pelham Razorbacks


12U - Goffstown Screamin' Eagles


13U - Pelham Razorbacks


14U - Nashua PAL Force


Download the playoff grid


The NHYFSC congratulate all the teams for all they have accomplished this season.


The championship teams will advance to the AYF New England Region Semi-Final round.


The semi-finals will be played at Stellos Stadium in Nashua, NH on Sunday, November 13th.


The American Youth Football Region Finals will be played on Sunday, November 20th at in Connecticut. Winning teams will advance to the AYF National Championships in Kissimmee, Florida the week of December 3rd.


For additional information regarding Regional Championships visit the New England Region website at www.newenglandregionals.com


Congratulations to all the teams!!


NHYFSC State Board



by: Master Admin

Coach's Page

Hey Coaches, we have built a page specifically for you.

There are many documents and forms in the Hey Coach tab on the left.

Please check this section often for updates.

Thank you for your dedication to the children.

by: Admin

NHYFSC is affiliated with American Youth Football and Cheer

Check us out on Facebook

Click here to go to the NHYFSC Facebook Fan page

by: DSmith