Spring 2014 Adult Nassau & Suffolk divisions:
OUTDOOR LEAGUE: Nassau: Starts Wed, 4/9/14, Cantiague Park outdoor turf withlights and Breezy Park, Oakwood Road and West Rogues Path, Huntington: 6 game season/chance playoffs, $600 per team/$80 Free Agents & $25 Ref fees, Game times 9:30,10:00, & 10:30pm, 2 or 3 levels of play.
Spring 2014 Youth 5 on 5 division:
Starts Saturday, 3/8/14 at Pulaski Road School, East Northport. 7 Game season - $95 per player. Game times yet to be determined
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Active Children and Adolescents
Regular physical activity in children and adolescents promotes health and fitness. Compared to those who are inactive, physically active youth have higher levels of cardiorespiratory fitness and stronger muscles. They also typically have lower body fatness. Their bones are stronger, and they may have reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Youth who are regularly active also have a better chance of a healthy adulthood. Children and adolescents don't usually develop chronic diseases, such as heart disease, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, or osteoporosis. However, risk factors for these diseases can begin to develop early in life. Regular physical activity makes it less likely that these risk factors will develop and more likely that children will remain healthy as adults.
Call us at 631-262-0543 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your team registered today!
Dogs are not permitted on the field during NS Flag Youth Football games. It is against Northport-East Northport school district rules to have dogs on the field at any school. The Athletic Department stated that security patrols will be visiting during games on Saturdays to enforce this rule. Thanks in advance for your compliance
***PLEASE NOTE: Licensed Service dogs are exempt.
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