Final Walk-In Registration!!!
All Football and Cheer Divisions
- May 19th, Poway High School, Room K1 from 1:00 – 3:30PM
Online Registration is Open!
Payment Plans are Available! Please inquire at Walk-In Registration
Online registration for the 2019 season is open and our walk in registrations are coming soon!
You will need to register both online and in person at one of our registration events listed above. Your registration is NOT complete until you have come to one of the in-person events!
Please follow the following steps to start your online registration:
Click on the link/button above and then click on “Registration” tab on on the top right or upper center of the page. If you registered for Poway Pop Warner last year, try that login first before creating an account. If that does not work try creating a new account.
Once you are complete with the process and payment, click on “Print Receipt and Forms” tab. Your Pop Warner National Forms will be filled in and if something is missing you will be able to type that information in before you print it out. That includes the medical questionnaire.
If you need help or have questions about how to register, please contact our Registration Coordinator Byron Wiedeman at: email@example.com
Click below to read a word from our President:
New 2019 Division Changes
As many of you are aware, Pop Warner has made changes to the 2019 division classifications. Please take a minute to read a letter from our president about these changes and what you can expect in 2019. If you have any questions, please contact our President Jason Gonzales at J.firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent updates on our By Laws and Policy and Procedures:
The 2018 By Laws and Policy and Procedures are available here on the Parent Corner Forms page.
Helpful Parent Link:
USA Football has published a helpful Parent Guide
Youth Football Injuries:A Prospective Cohort
Recently, the safety of youth football has been brought into question in the popular media. Flag football has been proposed to be a safer alternative to tackle football. However, injury rates in youth football remain poorly described. Previous studies on youth football injuries have been conducted on small samples (n < 1000 athletes) or suffered from methodological limitations. In order to better understand the risk of injury in youth football, there is a need for a larger study to determine the types of injuries suffered by youth football players, injury incidence, the risk factors associated with these injuries, and whether flag football is indeed a safer alternative to tackle football for young players.
Please read the full article here: