If you have equipment to sell, or are looking to buy or trade an item, please post it to our Facebook wall:www.facebook.com/NorthGwinnettFootball.
Please note that posts are moderated and will not appear until they have been reviewed by a member of the NGFA board. This may take up to 24 hours.
The North Gwinnett Football Association is a member of the Gwinnett Football League (GFL). We are an age based program who competes with many other Associations in our county. Our games will be against teams from other member Associations (Buford, Duluth, Grayson, Brookwood, Mountain Park, Lilburn, Meadowcreek, South Gwinnett, Dacula, Mill Creek, Loganville, Norcross, Lawrenceville). Not all games will be played at our park. It is an eight game season with a Jamboree (1/2 game to expose kids to game atmosphere). At the conclusion of the regular season there is a 4 week playoff to determine the Champion in each age group. The massive schedule is determined by the GFL (Gwinnett Football League) Board after # of teams are identified. It’s a huge task to schedule 800+ games so the schedule will not be available until late in the preseason. Expect to play every Saturday somewhere between 9am and 6 pm. Teams generally have one off week during the regular season. We will not know the schedule until it is posted on the GFL website. The GFL website will be your best source for schedules and standings.
The North Gwinnett Bulldogs are an age based football participant of the GFL and we have teams in the following age groups. Age is based on participants age as of Sept 1st. The cheerleading program is strictly grade based (regardless of age).
It is the primary purpose of the North Gwinnett Football Association to promote, encourage, direct, and operate football and cheerleading programs for the youth of the NORTH GWINNETT AREA. Our primary focus is to promote the physical, mental, social, educational, and spiritual welfare of all the participants through organized sports. This is achieved by promoting the ideals of good citizenship and sportsmanship.
For on-line registration, we accept VISA /MasterCard credit and debit cards. Personal checks, cash, certified checks, and money orders will be allowed during the “walk-up” registration at North Gwinnett High School. No checks with a P.O. Box as an address or two-party checks will be accepted. If you choose the “walk-up” method, you will be going through the same process as those that register on-line at home. The “walk-up location” at North Gwinnett High School is located in the computer lab. On walk-up registration day, the school will have signs to direct you to the lab.
All Football Players will need to attend one of the “walk-up” registrations to be sized for this year’s uniform.
All Cheerleaders will need to attend the mandatory uniform fitting.
Our registration fees are as follows:
|First Child||$250.00||$220.00 + Uniform|
|Second Child||$225.00||$195.00 + Uniform|
|Third Child||$200.00||$170.00 + Uniform|
|Fourth Child||Free||Free + Uniform|
Football registration fee includes registration, game jersey, fundraiser fee (most of which goes back to team budget to help cover banquet, trophies, etc.), and a concession fee.
You will need to provide the following information in order to get your child properly registered to participate.
- Completed Online Registration Form. This can be done on any computer with internet access or during one of the Walk-Up Registrations.
- Original “Raised Seal” Birth Certificate and a Copy: First year players must submit an ORIGINAL raised seal birth certificate during registration. The NGFA will keep a copy of the birth certificate, however, per GFL rules an original must be verified in order to properly register child. Players who properly registered last year will already have a “stamped and verified” copy of the original on file. If in doubt, bring the original.
- Pay online, Cash or Check for Registration Fees. Make check payable to “NGFA”.
Your child will need to submit a completed Physical Form before they are allowed to participate in any physical activity. Physicals can be handed in to the NGFA during registration or prior to evaluations.
PARENT’S CODE OF ETHICS
- I hereby pledge to provide positive support, care and encouragement for my child participating in youth sports by following this CODE OF ETHICS
- I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches and officials at every game, practice or other youth sports events.
- I will place the emotional and physical well-being of my child ahead of any personal desire to win.
- I will insist that my child plays in a safe and healthy environment.
- I will promise to ensure that my child is properly equipped and prepared for practices and games.
- I will provide support for coaches and officials working with my child to provide a positive, enjoyable experience for all.
- I will demand a drug, alcohol, and tobacco-free sports environment for my child, to agree to assist by refraining from their use at all youth sports events.
- I will remember that the game is for children and not for adults.
- I will do my very best to make youth sports fun for my child.
- I will ask my child to treat other players, coaches, fans and officials with respect regardless of race, sex, creed or ability.
- I promise to help my child enjoy the youth sports experience within my personal constraints by assisting with coaching, being a respectful fan, providing transportation or whatever I am capable of doing.
- I will require that my child’s coach be trained in the responsibilities of being a Youth Sports Coach and that the coach agrees to the Youth Sports COACHES’ CODE OF ETHICS.
- I will read the NYSCA NATIONAL STANDARDS for youth sports and do everything within my power to assist all youth sports organizations to implement and enforce them.