We have made the decision open registration for North Salem Youth Football on a "interested in playing" basis. While we are hopeful and even a little bit optimistic that we will be able to play football in the fall, it doesn’t make sense for us to get families to make a financial commitment now without more certainties from those who will be deciding this for us, especially in these difficult economic times. When the message we receive from the state is clarified, we want to be ready to move forward in fielding youth football teams.
Information will be posted as soon as we get the go ahead. Please continue to practice PATIENCE, KINDNESS, & GRACE with your family and community leaders.
The 7 on 7 tourney will be postponed. We will update our website and FB with any information as soon as we have it available.
Welcome to the North Salem Youth Football Association. We are a non-proﬁt organization that supports, encourages and enables youth to beneﬁt from participating in football in a safe and structured environment. We teach sportsmanship, fundamentals, teamwork, skills and knowledge that youth will use throughout their lives. We have aligned ourselves with Tualatin Valley Youth Football League. The other High Schools in Salem have also created their own associations. Our goal is to give our young players the best possible experience. We are committed to creating a fun, learning and exciting experience for your child.
Equipment we provide: Game jersey, integrated pants, helmet, shoulder pads and mouth guard. Equipment you will need to purchase: cleats, practice jersey.
As with any new association, there are tons of questions. Please refer to our website, or ﬁre off an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
At your service,
President, North Salem Youth Football Association
Registration for the 2020 Season looks a little different this year. At this point in time NSYFA has decided to open registration to determine who is interested in playing football this year if Oregon is allowed to play. There are multiple scenarios of what our season may look like but we would like to be prepared with a list of players who are interested in playing.
Our players fees are still TBD. At this time we do not know what NSYFA costs will be to participate so we are unable to provide you with a individual players cost just yet. When/if we do determine our costs, you are not locked into having to participate. We will inform you via email (after you register) with any updated information we have as soon as we have it.
At the payment screen of registration, select the PAY OFFLINE option. The fee price it shows is based on last years fees. We will notify everyone who registers of the updated cost before finalizing anyone's registration for the season.
Are you interested in coaching next year and being a part of our growing Viking program? NSYFA needs YOU!! We will have several coaching positions open next year at all of our levels from Flag to 7th grade. The bigger we get, the more coaches we will need. Come help our community grow! We can't have games and a strong league without the parent's help! If you are interested in helping out in anyway, please contact Dean Sweeney, our President. If you or anyone you know may be interested, please don't hesitate to call or email!
Dean Sweeney - President - 503-871-8477 - email@example.com
Jeff Flood - Head Varsity Coach - firstname.lastname@example.org
Natasha Turner-Ibabao- Registrar- email@example.com
All players MUST have a medical release (sports physical) form signed by a doctor to be eligible to play for North Salem Youth Football or any other TVYF team.
Medical Release: Currently we use a TVYFL generated form; we would like to start using the OSAA provided form (sports physical form provided by most doctors offices). Last year’s form will still be accepted if it was signed for 2019. Physicals are good for two years.
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This statement has been approved by the Youth Football Presidents from: Sprague, South Salem, North Salem, McKay, West Salem & McNary
"In response to the communication from SKPS potentially denying access to fields if youth football does not follow a certain set of guidelines, the area Association President’s (Sprague, South Salem, North Salem, McKay, West Salem & McNary) have been fighting for an opportunity to be a part of the conversation. We were fortunate enough to have that conversation with members of SKPS last night. Through lots of great conversation, we learned a great deal about each other’s intentions. Fortunately, there will be no hearing on Thursday, January 9th as collectively, we all agreed it is in the best interest of to continue to gather more information. We now know our 2020 season will not be impacted, but that a decision will be made in the future as to whether or not SKPS will consider youth football safe enough to allow the use of facilities.
SKPS sees the value in including the youth organizations in these conversations and in the information gathering stage. We are thankful for the opportunity to partner with them. We will also be a part of future meetings to help create a timeline of events and public forums to discuss before any official proposal is made. As we learn more about what this looks like, we will continue to share and we all very much appreciate our community support."
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Congratulations! Your organization has been chosen as a 2018 grant recipient from USA Football.
The Tualatin Valley football league is a tackle based football program for 3rd through 8th grade youth in the Tualatin Valley and Portland metropolitan area in Oregon. With over 50 associations, the program now boasts over 6,500 players and 500+ volunteer coaches.
The TVYFL is a non-profit football club, whose goal is to provide safe and enjoyable athletic competition. Good sportsmanship, fun developing student athletes and individual growth are our main goals.
TVYFL would like to send a reminder about the proper behavior we as fans must adhere to toward an Associations Field Greeters, Stadium Rules, and the treatment of ALL Officials. Most of you that come out to watch your son or daughters team are doing everything right. By that I mean, you are where you are supposed to be and you are cheering in a positive and respectful manner. You are setting the example we hope our kids will follow. Unfortunately each year TVYFL receives reports that not all fans have been adhering to the sites field rules, and have engaged into verbal/physical abuse toward field greeters, and officials during games. TVYFL has a ZERO TOLERANCE! policy for inappropriate behavior toward Field Greeters, Officials, or TVYFL Executive Board Members.
Please respect the rules of each Association Sites from the Field Greeters. As TVYFL By-Laws stipulates Title 7 Section 4-B:
The bench area is reserved for players, coaches and authorized team personnel only. Sidelines are specifically for medical personnel and chain crews only. At no time should parents and/or spectators be allowed to stand directly in the area designated for the above.
If an Association has a roped off area, you must abide by this, and if asked to move by a field greeter, please do so respectfully without any verbal confrontation. And importantly, please DO NOT BRING ANY PETS inside the stadium (Dogs, cats, birds, etc.). Unless it is a service dog. As we all like to say, we all have rules in our homes, and there is an expectation that any visitor in our home follows our rules. Many Associations rent these fields and are subject to conditions they must adhere to in being able to use them, let’s not put the Associations in a position to lose home games or fined because of our actions.
On the subject of verbal confrontations:
The only people who shall speak to the officials pertaining to the officiating, before, during or after a game directly shall be the Head Coach, Association Board Members, TVYFL Executive Board, or Field Greeters. Please do not go to them directly to vent out one’s frustrations, because there can be consequences, not just for yourself, but the team, and Association.
Even if it is done in a calm tone, it can easily be perceived as something different, and it will always be the word of the officials first. Most of these officials are High School kids, and already have a tough job getting yelled at by the coaches during a game, they should not have to worry about being intimated by fans during half-time, or after a game. TVYFL has sent a memorandum about coaches behaviors toward officials. PFOA’s have threatened, and some have refused to do games because of the verbal abuse from coaches, and parents. Associations are finding it harder to get youth officials to do their games as well. Remember, no officials, no games.
The issue of bad officiating will always be subjective, and calls will get missed, and unfortunately may cause an injury to a child. You as fans must trust your head coach to do what is right in situation that involves the safety of football for your child, which I know is hard to do. There is a chain of command one must follow when one feels the officials are not making the right calls, or allowing unsportsmanlike behavior in the game, which is allowing your head coach to do their job.
Division Co-Presidents shall have the full power and authority to suspend, fine or provide whatever sanction they deem appropriate upon any officer, player, parent, guardian or coach within the following guidelines for each violation.
Failure to abide by TVYFL’s rules and by-laws, the parent will be subject to removal from the field, suspension, and possible removal from the league from TVYFL for you and your child for the following season.
TVYFL knows the majority conducts themselves appropriately as we do have the best fans, parents, which create much envy amongst other youth sports (not just football) leagues. We will always conduct ourselves with respectable pride. We cheer for our team, and clap for our opponents.
TVYFL Executive Board
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