The foundation of Batavia Youth Football (BYF) is built on teaching kids the fundamentals of football, good sportsmanship, good citizenship and teamwork in a fun, rewarding environment. The BYF program allows kids to:
Explore the Game
Explore football in a more free-form style that kids enjoy -- like a backyard football game!
Learn the Game
Learn the rules and fundamental skills of the game in a fun, safe environment
Experience All Positions of the Game
Enjoy equal playing time and experience a wide range of positions, instead of being “pigeon-holed” based on body size or early skill development
Avoid Burn Out
BYF encourages kids to participate in other activities during our season. Simplicity is our foundation to ensure both kids and parents enjoy our league. Our league is consistent and easy ... nothing else compares to how our league is run
Represent Their Community
Enjoy the benefits of a true community program! BYF works in conjunction with Batavia High School football and the Batavia community. High school football coaches and players are actively involved in the program.
As an affiliate of the Batavia Park District and USA Football, BYF is committed to serving the best interests of the youth in our community.
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Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to some common questions.
Come join us at Batavia High School for yet another year of Batavia Youth Football's Jr. Bulldog Football Camp for a week filled with fun and learning. Six camps will occur at different times during the week of July 8 - 12 and will be available for 1st - 8th grades. Details including time, cost and registration codes can be found on the Important Dates page.
All camp participants will receive a special shirt and other goodies. 1st - 6th graders will learn basic football skills, positions and terminology, and develop speed and coordination while having fun! The 7th and 8th grade camps will focus more intensely on offensive and defensive positions and terminology, plus participants will wear helmets and shoulder pads to "get used" to the equipment they'll be wearing.