Chaparral High School Football
WE ARE THE FIREBIRDS! The Scottsdale Firebirds youth football association was founded in 2008 for student athletes to compete at the highest level of youth tackle football on a state, regional and national level. The certified and experienced coaching personnel of the Scottsdale Firebirds are focused on developing individual character, skills and leadership with emphasis on the team-first mentality in order to prepare scholar-athletes for the high school football experience.
Since our inaugural year, the Scottsdale Firebirds program has set the benchmark for youth tackle football and cheer across the nation by winning 17 Arizona state championships and more regional and national championship awards than any program. With unequaled success in the classroom and on the football field the Firebirds youth tackle football and cheer program has achieved national recognition and acclaim.
A SAFER LEAGUE IS A BETTER LEAGUE. In addition to developing individual character, skills and leadership, the Scottsdale Firebirds know that SAFETY COMES FIRST — both for the players on the field and their parents on the sidelines. Led by certified and experienced coaches, the Scottsdale Firebirds tackle football program has been on the forefront of the movement to make youth football safer by ensuring youth football is being taught the right way. Please see the Safety First web page tab above for more information about the steps taken to ensure the health and safety of our youth athletes.
REGISTRATION FOR 2020 FALL SEASON IS UNDERWAY. The Firebirds are fielding teams at the following Divisions: 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U, AND 14U, REGISTER NOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE $125 HOLIDAY DISCOUNT. All that is required is a $50 deposit. The rest of the registration fee is not due until March 15.
FIREBIRDS 11U WINS 2019 NYS CHAMPIONSHIP!
Congratulations to the Firebirds 11U team for winning the NYS championship on November 16, 2019. The Firebirds 11U team went undefeated in regular season play, holding their opponents to only 6 points. Great job Firebirds!!
FIRST ANNUAL FIREBIRDS GOLF TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER
On August 3, 2019, the Firebirds hosted their First Annual Firebirds Tournament Fundraiser.
Special thanks to the following 18 sponsors that helped make the fundraiser a huge success: Bolte Homes, Brad Dunlap State Farm Insurance, Dan DeMeritt Century 21, Chase Bank, Defusco Law, Hart Bail Bonds, Hegg Company, James Elliot, Jett Set Luxury Brokers, Kraf Inc., Modern Oyster Bard and Chop House, Phoenix Mountain Animal Hospital, Power Commercial Trucking, Remarkable Health, Shea Connely Development, Stine Enterprises, SXS Addicts, and Titan Painting.
FIREBIRDS PLAYERS, COACHES AND PARENTS GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY!
The Scottsdale Firebirds strive to create players who are productive members of society, and who are prepared to serve their community. The Firebirds believe the best way to reach this goal is to provide student-athletes with hands-on community service experiences,
Last month,, several players, coaches, and parents of the Firebirds Mitey Mite team volunteered their time at the Feed My Starving Children charity that feed kids all around the world, including the US.
ANNUAL FOOTBALL AND CHEER CAMP
On March 23, 2019, the Scottsdale Firebirds hosted its Annual Football and Cheer camp free for all athletes aged 8-13. Nearly 200 athletes from all over the Valley participated in the camp, which featured some of the best coaches in the nation, including coaches from Elev8 QB Academy, The Crew 22, EliteU, and the Chaparral High School football team.
Thank you to all our sponsors, including Xenith, Dick's Sporting Goods, Marty's Trophies, and APN Video.
Special thanks to our guest speaker Noel Mazzone (Offensive Coordinator for the University of Arizona football team) for coming out and talking to all the youth athletes in attendance.
Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it. - Lou Holtz
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