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2020 Fall Tackle Football Registration is Open! Registration if FREE!! Click the link below to register. Practices start the week of Sept. 21.

The Fall 2020 Tackle Season Begins the Week of Sept. 21

Registration is Free!

Registration for the 2020 Fall Tackle Football Season is Open!

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Matt Dingle

Matt Dingle

FTF President

Kenny Johndro

Kenny Johndro

VP of Operations

Suzanne Johndro

Suzanne Johndro

VP of Administration

What will practices look like?

The FTF Board and Coaches take seriously the threat of COVID-19 and have put together a list of protocols for the 2020 Fall Tackle Season. There will be changes to the typical practice set up and routines. Please review the COVID-19 Protocols for Practices document. Coaches will go over this information with parents and players prior to the first practice. 

 

 

MS, JV & Varsity Practices

Where: Camden Snow Bowl

Days: Tue., Thur., & Fri

Time: 5:00 - 6:30

COVID-19 Information and Resources

The FTF board and coaches have worked together to create a safe environment for tackle football this fall. We will not be playing teams outside of FTF. Instead we will focus on conditioning, developing tackle skills and organize scrimmages within FTF. 

Our goal and mission is to enable kids the ability to play and learn football while also taking precautions to maintain safety. We have considered all guidelines from the CDC, MPA, State of Maine and Five Town School districts to create our policies and procedures for the fall season. We are committed to staying abreast of local, state and federal changes in guidelines or recommendations throughout the season and will adjust our procedures as need be. 

Due to this modified season in addition to the financial hardship we fear some of our FTF families may be facing, we will not be charging a registration fee. For those that can and want to make a donation to FTF we greatly appreciate it. (Please contact your child's coach to arrange a donation.)

Tribute to Keel

Below is an essay Keel wrote about his love for football. The Five Town Football community was saddened by the passing of Keel at the young age of twelve this summer. He was fierce competitor, a loyal teammate and joy to coach. We all miss him dearly.

Football is My Life

Football is my life. No one can change that no matter what they say. It is the best sport ever! I do not know what my life would be without it. I love it with my heart. Just when I hold the football, there is some magical force. It's greatness when you catch the ball, you feel pride. There are great challenges I will have to overcome to play tackle football, like gaining weight. This sport, there is something about it. It makes me feel happy. Like it's where I'm supposed to be. Like it is my destiny. I feel like lots of people doubt that one skinny kid like me could play football, but maybe one day I will be in the NFL and people will say, "Hey, I knew that guy!"

Never give up on football and it won't give up on you! Football is not just a game to me. There is something about it that I love.

-Keel  (2007 - 2020)

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