Giants welcome one and all Wednesday

Fairfield Giants Youth Football League registration is now open for its fall tackle football (ages 7-15), NFL flag football (ages 5-10) and cheerleading (ages 7-15) program.
The Fairfield Jr Football Program plays in the Southern Ct Pop Warner League (SCPW) and is an age/weight matrix-based program.
SCPW play’s high school federation rules based football versus tailored rule instructional leagues, which helps to prepare children for the type of game they will be playing when making that next level step into high school football.
The Giants program has cultivated relationships with the local high schools for over 40 years, including Ludlowe, Warde, Fairfield Prep, Notre Dame and St. Joseph High School.
The league will host an Open House on May 22 at Roger Ludlowe Middle School team room from 6-9 p.m. All past and prospective participants are welcome.
The session will feature general information on Giants’ tackle, flag and cheer programs that will be facilitated by coaches, league officials and parent volunteers.
A Safe Play Showcase will be on hand to explain the new Heads Up Football style of play and training/certification that all coaches will be mandated to perform.
An equipment showcase will allow parents/players to see how their kids will be fitted for play, as well as to the overall role equipment has in player safety on the field.
Information will be available on the Little Scholars Program, and the emphasis placed on every child having good academics in order to play organized sports.
This past year alone, the Fairfield Giants had 13 boys and girls that were recognized nationally for their academic endeavors as pop Warner scholastic all Americans.
In addition, head coaches will be in attendance to discuss their views on the Giants’ program as a feeder into the high schools, and how federation rules football plays such an important role in fundamental skills and training needed to excel at the next level.
Our volunteer coaches are USA Football and SCPW certified in positive coaching, concussion awareness, Heads Up Football training, and overall football knowledge.
Our vigorous coaching certification process separates us from other organizations that do not require or hold any certification mandates.
As an added bonus for those who attend, a Free FASTT Speed + Agility Camp registration will be offered to all registrations (both past players and new players registering at the registration table).
FASTT Camp (Fun Athletic Speed Technique Training) is a $100 value for 14 ninty-minute speed and agility training sessions running through June and into July (see for more information on FASTT Camp).
Information will be shared by returning parents in the Giants program for those looking to hear from current members of the Fairfield Giants Family Organization.
The overall goal of the Fairfield Giants organization is to provide a safe and fun environment for the whole family to enjoy.
Our 46-year history in town is monumental when it comes to choosing a program for kids of the community which will inspire friendships and comradeship through teamwork and good sportsmanship.
Fairfield Giants Jr. Football Community Service Program has been a pillar in the community for years, volunteering for such organizations as; Operation Hope, Al’s Angels, Bridgeport Rescue Mission, Bridgeport Children Hospital, Relay For Life, just to name a few.
At the Giants Zone, we believe hard work and dedication helps to create superior young adults. Giving back to the community is a show of responsibility and commitment, which transfers well into your child’s academic and social endeavors.
For more information on the Open House, or to register, go to

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