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The purpose and objectives shall be to provide our youth with supervised athletic programs whereby our youth are taught fundamental principles of various sports and athletic activities, thereby building stronger minds and bodies of young people and at the same time teaching them sportsmanship, fair play, and how to live fuller and healthier lives in order that they might become better citizens in their respective communities and thereby contribute to the perpetuation of the ideals of democracy and true Americanism.

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Philadelphia Soul Football Clinic

By WCMFL 01/18/2017, 9:30pm EST

The Lopatcong Athletic Association is proud to announce a new partnership with the Professional Arena Football Team and current Arena Bowl Champions, The Philadelphia Soul.

The Soul will be coming to Lopatcong Park with their players to put on a football clinic for our area's youth focusing on enhancing their football skills and promoting safety within the sport. They will also bring along all of the things that make their organization special for all participants and attendees to enjoy.

Please join us in welcoming them to the area and come on out and have fun with the Soul.

For more information, please click here.

Player Safety & WCMFL

By admin 08/26/2016, 4:00pm EDT

WCMFL first league in NJ to mandate the exclusive use of protective headgear by Gamebreaker

The WCMFL is pleased to announce our plans to increase player safety within our league.   Beginning with the 2017 season the WCMFL will require all teams in our Flag Division to supply and use a soft protective headgear made exclusively by Gamebreaker.  For the 2016 season, nearly half of our teams will be outfitted with protective headgear and as a part of this initiative, the WCMFL is the first league in NJ and the North East to mandate the Gamebreaker headgear.    Gamebreaker's uniquely designed protective caps have also achieved accreditation from the International Rugby Board.


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Kickoffs in Youth Football

By admin 05/13/2016, 4:45pm EDT

Some of you may have read in the news that Pop Warner made a recent change to their program by eliminating kickoffs for the following divisions: Tiny Mite (ages 5-7), Mitey Mite (7-9) and Junior Pee Wee (8-10) divisions.  While this announcement helps to underscore what youth leagues are doing to better the game for our youth, it is important to know that the Warren County Midget (Youth) Football League has had this rule in place since we started in 1950.   The WCMFL takes pride as being a leader in youth football, and more importantly, our commitment to the safety and the welfare of our players.

Source:  ESPN


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