Football at Blue Box Sports
Hut Hut HIKE!!! The Blue Box Football development program helps introduce children to the game of football. The program teaches football skills in a fun and loosely structured environment. The success of this program is due to our coaches and parents (when needed). The curriculum focuses on passing/throwing form, catching, flag-pulling, agility, footwork skills, and even kicking through different activities during each weeks 45 minute class.
As children progress through the each course, they will be introduced to more advanced football activities and game situations.
Our non-competitive philosophy builds confidence without the pressure of winning. Tough topics for kids like sharing, teamwork, and listening skills are critical components to the program.
Blue Box Sports provides all of the equipment. No Pads or Helmets are needed. The only thing we recommend bringing is juice or water. Have your kids wear comfortable clothes and sneakers, or anything they are comfortable running around in! They do not need any special clothing or equipment.
Blue Box Sports offers a 20% discount for siblings and/or multiple sport registrations. Discounts will be applied through online or over the phone registrations.
Peewees: 3 year olds. This class serves as an introduction to the game of football. Easy games and activities are used which focus on basic football skills as well as agility and coordination. Limited parent involvement may be required.
Pigskins: 4 year olds. This class is similar to the Peewees program in development of football skills while focusing on teamwork, sharing, and listening. The games and activities become more challenging and focused.
Huddlers: 5 year olds. The development of skills continue in this fun program. The introduction to proper passing form and catching technique occur and are emphasized each class.
Gridirons: 6 year olds. Our oldest age group. In this class we build on the skills learned in our younger age groups through different activities. Controlled small sided games are introduced with limited emphasis on competition. Game situations are also introduced later in the program.