Welcome to the online home of the Lee Franconia Football League (LFFL) Wolverines! We are one of the Fairfax County Youth Football League (FCYFL) member club. You'll get news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions, and much more here. Check frequently for the latest information about our club.
Cheer Commissioner: Vacant Vice Cheer Commissioner: Trish Muse Secretary: Scott Woods Treasurer: Kelly Cheeks Equipment Manager: Dwight Gordon Assistant Equipment Manager: Sam Short Assistant Equipment Manager: Nelson Sanchez Assistant Equipment Manager: Roger Strawderman Director of Ways and Means: Joan Yarrell Director of Communication and Public Affairs: Shannon Jackson
The FCYFL voted to add 5 pounds to its Age/Weight Matrix at all weight classes except Ankle Biters a few years ago. This policy is still in place as of today. The measure was taken in an effort to ensure we continue to serve our community and the largest group of children possible, so the weights were changed to adjust to the growth in the size of children over the last several years. This is the first change in the matrix in over 10 years.
This Age and Weight Matrix is now OFFICIAL, and the new weights appear below. These weights will affect all seasons going forward.
* The minimum weight requirement for participating is 40lbs. Players must weigh at or greater than 40lbs by the official weigh-in (first weigh-in is August 13th).
900+ YOUTH LEAGUES COMMIT TO SAFER FOOTBALL THROUGH HEADS UP
MORE THAN 900 YOUTH LEAGUES
COMMIT TO SAFER FOOTBALL
THROUGH USA FOOTBALL’S
HEADS UP FOOTBALL PROGRAM
Nationwide program launched with $1.5 million grant from the NFL Foundation
More than 900 youth football leagues across the United States representing more than 200,000 players and 30,000 coaches nationwide have committed to the health and safety of their young players by adopting Heads Up Football, a new USA Football pilot program for the 2013 season dedicated to making the game better and safer.
The Heads Up Football program promotes a positive youth football experience and advances player safety by providing coaching education and teaching resources that benefit players, parents and coaches. Heads Up Football aims to take the head out of the game. USA Football is the official youth football development partner of the NFL and its 32 teams.
To read more, visit the "Heads-Up Football" tab under "Football".