A Typical FTF Year was 2017.....
February 3rd - 5th Coaches to
27th Winter Flag begins at the Pitch on Mondays
Winter flag ends
Camden Lions Memorial Day
Main Street Flags
Jammer camp with Combine
13th Equipment Day
14th First practices at CRMS
then at Snow Bowl
2nd First game for JV/Varsity
3rd First field painting
5th First game for Middle
School on Tuesdays
14th Spaghetti Dinner Jersey
Auction at Rockport
Homecoming night game at
Camden Hills High School
4th Championship weekend
Celebration at the Pitch
25th Camden Lions xmas
Christmas by the Sea Parade
"My son Luke is participating in the winter flag football program and is loving it."
-Andrea Baker, mother of 1st grader.
FEEDER PROGRAM FOR CAMDEN HILLS REGIONAL HS
Players for our High School Jammers come right up through the ranks of Five Town Football. We are excited that Camden Hills Varsity Football, after a successful 5-4 season in 2017, will be gearing up with Coach Marks for their second season of CLASS E action administered by the Maine Principals Association in the Fall of 2018!
2011 MYFL Junior Varsity Champions
11 wins 0 Losses
2013 CYFL Junior Varsity Champions
10 wins 0 Losses
MIDDLE SCHOOL TACKLE FOOTBALL
Grades 7-8 Tackle Football competes in the Eastern Maine Middle School League.
VARSITY TACKLE FOOTBALL
Grades 5-6 Tackle Football competes in the Coastal Youth Football League Varsity division.
JUNIOR VARSITY TACKLE FOOTBALL
Grades 3-4 Tackle Football completes in the Coastal Youth Football League Junior Varsity division.
Grades K-2 Flag Football is a non-contact coed football program. Games and practices are held on either Friday evenings or Saturday mornings at the Camden Snow Bowl athletic field from September through mid-October.
WINTER FLAG FOOTBALL
Held from late February through end of March, grades K-8 participate in drills/skills with lots of game time, greeting past and future teammates at The PITCH on Route 90 in Warren for skill enhancement and competition. Winter Flag is also coed non-contact fun.
13 SUCCESSFUL SEASONS OF FOOTBALL IN THE FIVE TOWNS
Five Town Football is gearing up for a very successful, SAFE 2018 season – our 14th anniversary offering football programs to the youth of the Five Towns Region of Midcoast Maine.
Five Town Football is creating healthy, successful kids and supporting families in the communities of Hope, Appleton, Lincolnville, Camden and Rockport by providing a fun team sport experience that connects players to leadership, sportsmanship, teamwork, and community. Trained coaches are committed to serving as reliable role models and creating a positive atmosphere for players nurtured by quality interaction with their peers.
Five Town Football is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit community organization founded in 2005 by volunteer parents dedicated to expanding football playing opportunities for students in the towns of Appleton, Camden, Hope, Lincolnville, and Rockport – the Five Towns region. Five Town Football is a subordinate in good standing of American Youth Football, Inc. AYF is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Five Town Football is considered nonprofit as well under Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. American Youth Football’s Federal Tax Identification Number is 20-2274181. Our Group Exemption Number is 5277.
Five Town Football is not affiliated in any way, or financially supported by, the Five Town CSD, MSAD #28, School Union 69, or any school within those districts. Funding and support for FTF teams is provided exclusively by area businesses, civic organizations, private patrons and community donations at Five Town Football fund-raising events.