NATIONAL DIVISION AGE & WEIGHT PROGRAM 

Division

Age (as of July 31st

Max Stripped Weight + National Certification Weight in Jersey, shorts, socks, and shoes 

*Bandits 

5 – 6 – 7 

   100 lbs 

*This level is an Instructional Division – instructional divisions can be configured to best fit your local area/participants, this chart is just a recommended guideline as this division is for the youngest entry level players and is intended for instruction only.

Mitey Mites

(Division I & II)

7 – 8 – 9 , 10 O/L

    110 lbs + 5 lbs,       90lbs + 5 lbs

Jr. Pee Wee 

(Division I & II)

8 - 9 - 10, 11 O/L 

 125 lbs + 5 lbs,
  105 lbs + 5 llbs 

Pee Wee

(Division I & II)

11 and Under, 12 O/L 

140 lbs + 5 lbs,
 120 lbs + 5 lbs 

Jr. Midget

(Division I & II)

12 and Under, 13 O/L 

 160 lbs + 5 lbs,
 140 lbs + 5 lbs 

**14 Under

(Division I & II)

14 and Under

9th grade or lower

Pre-Game Weigh-In Must Be Conducted Prior To Each Game 

** This level has an unlimited weight limit with age and grade restrictions

ALL AMERICAN UNLIMITED WEIGHT PROGRAM

Division

Age
(as of July 31st)

Grade Level Restrictions

6 Under

6

None

8 Under

8

None

10 Under

10

None

12 Under (Division I & II)

12

None

14 Under  (Division I & II)

14

None

United youth football strongly supports school football programs and will encourage all participants to join their local school team over any youth league. Grade based programs may participate in the levels they fall into based upon their oldest player’s age as of July 31st

CONFERENCE ALL-STAR PROGRAM

Division

Age (as of July 31st

Max Stripped Weight + Uniform Allowance = Max Dressed Weight 

Open

14 and Under

None

Open

15 and Under

None

The conference all-star program was created to allow the older participants, those leaving youth football, the opportunity to travel and experiance participation in a national tournament.  It will allow some better understanding and friendships to develop and require coaches from different organizations the opportunity to work together to further the objective of providing and giving back to the youth of their communities.  It should be understood that while the participation is in a championship format it is the exposure and experience being offered to the kids that is the most important feature of this effort.  Winningis the result of the contest the reward is the wisdom one will gain from this opportunity.

Cheerleading teams assembled in any form are welcome to come and cheer for their team on the sideline.

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