9/3 @ Belfast 11:30 JV, 1:00 V

9/10 @ Medomak 11:00 JV, 12:30 V

9/17 vs Oceanside (H) 10:30 JV, 12:00 V

9/24 @ Boothbay (JV only)11:00

10/1 vs. Belfast (H) 10:30 JV, 12:00 V

10/8 vs. Medomak (H)

5:30 JV, 7:00 V

(Homecoming Weekend

under the lights at Camden Hills)

10/15 @ Linc County 10:00 JV, 11:30 V

(H) Camden Snow Bowl

(except for 10/8)



Every Saturday from 9/10-10/29

at the Snow Bowl.  9am-10am

"We are starting into our 3rd year with Five Town Football and it has had a wonderful positive impact for us as a family. Thank you to all the coaches, parents and players!"

-Lorraine Coffey, Appleton


7th/8th grades

(subject to changes)

9/6-Brewer (H) Lost 24-14

9/13-@ Bangor WON 12-7

9/20-MDI (H) Lost 32-14

9/27-@ Oceanside 4:30PM

10/4-Medomak (H) 4:00PM

10/11-Hampden (H) 4:00PM

10/18-@ Hermon 4:00PM

10/26-@ Belfast 4:00PM

 (H) HOME games are held at the Camden Snow Bowl. 


Five Town Football (FTF) is administered by a volunteer Board of Directors elected by parents at an annual meeting. All parents of children participating in the various programs are considered voting members of FTF. All Board members and coaches are unpaid volunteers.

Five Town Football
P.O. Box 72
Rockport, Maine 04856


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                                   FTF President

                                   Joe Russillo


Welcome to the Five Town Football official website. We are a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that is committed to helping kids learn about hard work, self-confidence and sportsmanship through the game of football. 

But we are much more than that. We are a family. We are kids from all different walks of life and family situations. We are coaches who put in tremendous effort to ensure that our players have a safe and fun experience. We are parents who rely on one another for support, and who cheer just as loud for other FTF players as we do for our own.  We are volunteers that put the words of the organization into action. 

FTF is an organization that values winning, but only as a means to teach our players that the only way to be successful is through hard work. We value competition, but as a way to show our players that when it comes to the concept of ‘team’, we can always accomplish greater things working together than we can as individuals. We value sportsmanship, as a way to illustrate that a sense of community is the core to having a sense of belonging to something greater than just ourselves. We encourage our players to be the best football players they can possibly be, but only as a vehicle to help them greatly improve their self-confidence. We emphasize to them that the lessons they learn on the football field can be applied to all areas of their lives. 

As you look through the photos on this site and talk to FTF parents and players, you’ll discover who we are. We always welcome new players and families to join us and play football in a fun and safe atmosphere, but know that FTF is more than that. We are a
family. We are Jammers. 

Come be part of the family! 

Joe Russillo
President, Five Town Football


Executive Committee

Joe Russillo

Vice President, Administrative
Heather Kashner-Haslam

Vice President, Football Operations
Kenneth Jondro

Cindy Polk


Karrie Heald

Immediate Past President
Carl Chadwick

Incumbent Board Members

Keith Marino-CHRHS Booster Liason
Sally Russillo-Fundraising Co-Chair
Suzanne Johndro-Fundraising Co-Chair

Greg Polk

Newly elected Board Members for 2016

Colleen Wellman

Sam Grinnell

Jessica Sanborn

Joe Coffey

Donnie Heald

Karrie Heald

Daniel Davis