Early registration cost of $65 will end on 7/1/2017.
This camp is for second year flag, all rookies and all cubs. Those kids age 7-10 and runs from 6pm - 8pm, Monday-Thursday. Camp will run from July 24th-27th.
Early registration for this camp of $125 ends 7/1/2017. This camp is for Varsity, JV and Sophomores only. However, any player entering 6th grade and above will be eligible to register for this camp. Camp runs Monday-Thursday, July 24th-27th from 3pm - 8pm and includes dinner. Campers will work on Offense/Defense for 2 hours, then break for dinner in the locker room with Speaker for the day. After eating and having that 1 hour break they go back onto the field for the opposite of what they worked on during the first half.
The Bothell Cougar Junior Football Association (BCJFA) is member of the Greater Eastside Junior Football Association (GEJFA) serving football players between the ages of 6 to 14 in the city of Bothell Washington. BCJFA is dedicated to instructing young players in the safe and proper fundamentals of tackle football.
Players between the league age of 6 and 7 are eligible to play in the Cougar flag football program. Players between league age 8 and 14 are eligible to play in the Cougar tackle football program affiliated with the GEJFA.
To be eligible for Cougar tackle football, a player must meet the GEJFA league age requirements and have an established residence in the service area of Bothell High School. School service areas are evaluated every year by the Northshore School District.
Every season, BCJFA fields teams based on the number of players who turn out for the upcoming season. When there are enough players to field multiple teams at any level, BCJFA follows a strict policy primarily based on geographic location.
The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for every youth participant, ages 14 and under, to learn the game of football. BCJFA's specific goals are:
• to prepare each certified player for high school athletics by teaching the rules, proper contact, safety techniques, and fundamentals (blocking, tackling, running etc;) of the game;
• to promote the value of participation in youth football as a wholesome environment for the challenge of competition, the joy of victory, the reality of defeat, the importance of commitment, and the spirit of community and teamwork;
• to promote safe play by requiring all players to play down to the lowest age and weight division where he will be able to compete with players of comparable age and weight.