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2  Final Schedule is under construction as of Feb 12…

Winter/Spring CampWinter/Spring Camp is FREE to everyone.  Come and workout with the Gators and meet the coaches and players.

Winter Camps are held every other Saturday.  Check our Facebook page for times and locations: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001997726614

Winter/Spring Camp Dates:  Feb 24, March 10, March 24, April 7, April 21, May 5, May 19


Summer Flag Football for ALL AGES (May-July):

For 2018, we will replace our summer conditioning workouts with Flag Football.  This will allow the kids more opportunity to engage in competitive football, while preparing for the August start of the Tackle Football (pop warner) season.

Flag practice will be held up to 2 days each week for two hours per day, for a maximum of 4 hours per week. Practices times are in the evening from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Times may change upon Head Coaches request.

2018 “Proposed” Team Matrix (As of February 2018):

FLAG DIVISION      Age on August 1st                         Min/Max Weight Lbs.

Tiny Mite                             5, 6 & 7                                       NO WEIGHT MIN/MAX

Mighty Mite                        8 & 9                                           NO WEIGHT MIN/MAX

Pee Wee                               9,10, 11 & 12*                            NO WEIGHT MIN/MAX

Jr Varsity (Midget)           10, 11, 12 & 13                         NO WEIGHT MIN/MAX

Varsity (Midget)                12, 13, 14 & 15*                          NO WEIGHT MIN/MAX



Tackle Football :  Tackle Football Season Runs August 1st – Mid-November.  Practices are the entire month of August, with Games starting Sept 8th.

Tackle football season officially starts August 1st.  August practices are held up to five days each week for two hours per day (maximum of 10 hours per week).  Practice times are 6:00-8:00pm.  Times and number of practices per week may change upon Head Coach’s request. Following Labor Day, practice days will reduce to 3 days per week (TBD).  Saturday practices or scrimmages are at the discretion of your coach.  (Flag typically practices only 1 time each week

“PROPOSED” Weight/Age Matrix for 2018 Season: (Final Weights will be determined in March)

DIVISION                 Age on August 1st                         Min/Max Weight Lbs.

Flag Division                      5, 6 & 7                                        NO WEIGHT MIN/MAX

Mighty Mite                        8 & 9                                            45lb Min / 100lb Max (No Older Lighter)

Pee Wee                               9,10, 11 & 12*                             75lbs Min / 130lbs Max (*12 year olds cannot exceed 110lbs)

Jr Varsity (Midget)           10, 11, 12 & 13                          90lbs Min / 155lbs Max (*13 year olds cannot exceed 135lbs)

Varsity (Midget)                12, 13, 14 & 15*                           105lbs Min / 180lbs Max (*15 year olds cannot exceed 160lbs)

*IMPORTANT: If your child does not fall within a listed weight for their age group, please contact us to discuss.

Qualifying  week 1: Each player must complete 10 hours of conditioning, prior to wearing a helmet.  10 Hours

All players may wear their spirit pack and football cleats or T-shirt and shorts. Practice will consist of non-contact conditioning drills and skill evaluations. Each player must provide his own athletic supporter, shoes and socks. BHGYF will provide shorts and a T-shirt as part of a “spirit pack,” at Registration.   The cost of the “spirit pack” is included in the participation fees. Players may not wear football gear or engage in contact drills until they have completed at least 10 hours of supervised conditioning.

Qualifying  week 2:  Each player must complete 10 hours in a helmet, prior to wearing full pads. 10 Hours

Qualifying players who have completed 10 hours of conditioning will be issued a Helmet and have limited contact with tackling dummies and shields. BHGYF will issue football gear on an announced schedule preceding the second week of practice. There will be no “man on man” contact during the Qualifying week 2 time of practice.

Full Contact Weeks 3-5:  Each player must complete Q1 and Q2 requirements prior to wearing pads.

Players will wear full football gear and engage in full contact drills.

Scrimmages may be set up against other clubs at this time.  Teams may scrimmage against other teams in the same age and weight division. A team may have a maximum of 1 scrimmage per  in the pre-season. Most Head Coaches schedule scrimmages and they may be at other locations. Head Coaches will announce the date, time, and location of scrimmages as they are arranged.

During The Season:

Following Labor Day, practices will be limited to as many as three nights per week for two hours each night. Unless otherwise advised by the Head Coach, players must wear full football gear to practice. Scheduling of practices is at the discretion of the head coaches. Practices will not continue past 8:30 p.m.


Practices will take place at Cheviot Hills Park.

Practice Participation is Critical and we cannot overemphasize the importance of participating in practices. We stress individual player development and commitment to the team. Precious practice time is spent conditioning, learning and practicing individual skills, and learning and practicing team plays. All of these activities are critical to a player’s individual growth and the team as a whole.

Head Coaches may establish policies regarding participation in practice.

Football Games:

Beverly Hills Gators play football against teams within the Southern California Conference (SCC) of POP WARNER. The various teams are organized into leagues based their location (North and South).  Beverly Hills Gators play in the South Division.  Teams generally play an eight game schedule followed by single elimination playoffs leading to the Championship Game.” The Flag division plays 8 regular season games followed by a single post-season game.

All regular games will be played on Saturdays.  Games usually start at 8 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., with the younger teams generally having the earlier start times and the older teams having the later start times.

Away games are generally at the same times except a few chapters have lighted stadiums and may host night games.

Players must arrive in time for weigh-in, which is scheduled one and one-half hours (1 1/2) before the start of the game.

It is important to know that some travel is involved and distances can be as much as 30 miles round trip. .

Before you register your child, make sure that you completely understand the travel requirements and the importance of your child’s total participation in every event, home and away. The dates, times and locations of games are determined by  via a random drawing. Final game schedules will be available before the first regular season game. Final game schedules will also be available on individual team web sites.

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