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The opportunities for youth and high school football athletes, coaches and administrators go well beyond the local field. USA Football and partner programs open up a world of possibilities at every level, on the field and off. Find out just how far your love for football can take you.
Take your skills to the next level at the largest annual gathering of high school and youth football stakeholders in the United States. Coaches, administrators and youth commissioners get an immersive football experience and learn from some of the top minds in the game.
USA Football makes learning the basics of football fun for kids who already love the game and those stepping on the field for the first time. Upbeat events led by certified clinicians use age-appropriate drills to teach passing, catching and running skills in a non-contact setting.
Every summer, USA Football, Riddell and AIG give kids a chance to train on real NFL fields, learn some fun skills and safety instruction, meet mascots and players and get an important lesson in proper helmet fitting. Find a free, one-day event near you.
The fun never has to stop thanks to the year-round NFL FLAG program powered by USA Football. It’s a great way for boys and girls ages 5-17 to stay active, improve their skills and work with specially trained coaches — all while sporting official team logo jerseys.
Middle and high school athletes learn what it’s like to be trained by active NCAA coaches and former NFL players. You’ll be matched against the best football athletes in your area and try out for a spot on the U.S. National Team. Find a camp near you.
Perform well and work hard at a Regional Development Camp, and you may earn your invitation to a National Development Game. These weeklong training events – available in contact and non-contact competition – feature on-field skill development alongside some of the top football athletes in the country.
Every year, U.S. National Teams go up against our neighbor to the north in the annual football competition. Under-14 through Under-19 national and select teams take part with high school-age teams competing against their counterparts from Football Canada’s national teams. Visit InternationalBowl.com
The top level of high school football competition takes the U.S. National Team to the International Federation of American Football Championship — a 10-day tournament, multi-national and cultural exchange where the best teams in the world vie for the coveted gold medal.