Warrior Football is the largest and longest running youth tackle football organization serving the Santa Clarita Valley and is celebrating over 50 years of service to our community.
The Santa Clarita Valley Athletic Association (SCVAA) was created to provide and promote a healthy atmosphere for training the youth of our community in the sport of football.
The SCVAA is a non-profit organization and all coaches and adult personnel are all volunteers to our organization. All of our volunteers and coaches are concerned with promoting safety, teaching the fundamentals of the game, and providing a fun environment for our kids. Winning is always secondary to all of these objectives. Promoting confidence, pride and academic excellence in all our players is a top priority.
Our organization is committed to providing a safe, healthy, and fun place to cultivate the qualities that are inherent in the game of football. We believe that football teaches camaraderie, teamwork, discipline and respect for others. We also believe in hard work off the field and promote academics with all our players.
Year after year Warrior Football has made youth football a reality in the Santa Clarita Valley. Registration has opened for our 2018 season.
We will also be holding skill assessments before the season starts. We currently have 2 dates scheduled, May 5th and June 9th from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at Central Park (27150 Bouquet Canyon Road). SCVAA on Facebook at SCVAA Warrior Football for updates and more exciting events with our organization.
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