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REGISTRATION FOR THE 2014 Season will be open soon!!



 We will be cheering for our Arlington Youth Football Club teams.  Games will begin in September and most games are on Saturdays with an occasional exception.  Arlington Youth Football Club is part of the Fairfax County Youth Football League and games will be in held in the Northern Virginia area. Please note that at this time this is a recreational cheer program geared towards instruction and mastery of cheerleading skills to include motions, jumps, basic stunting as well as the overall health and fitness goals associated with any other sports programs.


Cheerleading Coaches

Arlington Cheerleading has a need for experienced and knowledgeable cheer coaches. Whether you want to be a Head Coach, Assistant Coach, part-time coaching volunteer, or a parent who wants to help out, we are interested in talking to you. If you have a desire to coach cheerleading or be involved in the sport of cheerleading, even if you have no previous experience please contact Dani Seltzer 703-963-1814 or  daniseltzer@verizon.net



Cheer Scholarship Information


Please keep in mind, we want everyone to play or cheer. We do have financial assistance available for anyone who qualifies. Fee reductions are provided according to the Arlington County Fee Reduction Policy based on total household income and size relative to the currently-published HUD's Section 8 income limits. A household whose income is below the threshold will pay a percentage of the established fee. Arlington Public Schools designation for free and reduced lunch is one way to document household income. These fee reductions are as follows:


• Reduced lunch program = Household pays 50% of fee

• Free lunch program = Household pays 25% of fee


Persons must apply for fee reductions in person in the Arlington County Sports Office at 3700 S. Four Mile Run Drive, Arlington VA 22206. Please bring photo ID, original document showing Arlington residency and proof of income (such as current APS letter verifying the student's eligibility for free or reduced lunch, Department of Human Services (DHS) Woman, Infant and Children Program (WIC), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) or Food Stamps, Qualifying letter from DHS employee in Child & Family or IDD Services, Tax returns filed within last 12 months, Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), for individual only, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), for individual only, Unemployed adult, for individual only (as long as any other income does not exceed the section 8 guidelines) and fill out the application form. For more information on fee reduction scholarships, please contact Megan Carney at or 703.228.1835).