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Chesterfield Football Association is fostering youth football in the West St. Louis County area in 2017.  Learn more about CFA's Vision, Mission, and Values by clicking on

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News & Announcements

SAVE 20% During the CFA/Dick's Shopping Event on July 23rd & 24th

By Mike Williams on 6/2/2016

Chesterfield Football Shop Day!  Our organization's partner Dick’s Sporting Goods will be hosting a 2nd discount shop days for our league at the Chesterfield Store on August 6th & 7th.  Everyone in our league will enjoy 20% off throughout the store including sale items.

This will exclude guns, ammo, and some golf clubs. If they do not have a product in store that you need, you will be able to order it in store only for the 20% off that day and receive your product in 3-6 days. So if your team would like to do any team orders they can place them in store on this day and save 20%.

 

Chesterfield GFL Shop Day 

20% off discount shop day coupon

Football Programs see a decrease in concussions

By Trica Cullinane on 2/2/2016

Football Programs are seeing a 40% decrease in concussions by implementing Heads Up Football.  By combining coaching education, safety coach instruction and Heads Up techniques football programs and seeing this decrease.  All CFA coaches are Heads Up Certified.  To Read More visit USA Football's Coach Blog. 

Chesterfield Football Association coaches are Heads Up Certified by USA Football

By Trica Cullinane on 5/4/2015

More than 2,100 youth tackle football players age 5-15 across 100 teams and 10 youth organizations spanning four states were matched for location, socio-economic, playing standard and other factors. Datalys placed independent athletic trainers at the leagues’ practice and game fields to manage and document player health. Datalys’ study of the Heads Up Football program employed the same intensive methodology as its NCAA Injury Surveillance Program and the National Injury Treatment, Injury and Outcomes Network (NATIONTM). Of the 2,108 players in the study’s sample, 1,404 were in Heads Up Football-practicing leagues, and 704 were in leagues that did not employ Heads Up Football. Datalys sought a two-to-one difference in 2014 Heads Up Football program players to balance its youth football safety surveillance data from 2012-13.

Why Football Matters

By Trica Cullinane on 4/28/2015

Why Football Matters, by John Harbaugh

"Football is under attack, but the game and the values it instills in young men are critical to our society."

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