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2023 Registration is OPEN



Creek Football Camp will be at CCHS football practice field in mid July. Date will be announced as they become available.

*Camp is included with registration (no additional cost)



Thank you for your interest in Cherry Creek Bruins Youth Football. 


  CCYS offers a premier tackle football program that competes against other youth clubs in the Arapahoe Youth League.  Participation is available to youth ages 6 - 14 (Grades 1st - 8th)

Please visit our FAQ page for more information about Creek Football




Creek Placement Day information will be announced by April 15th
*not every team/player will need to attend 
We will send a link out to order your jerseys as soon as it is available
Please make sure that you have been assigned a jersey number PRIOR to ordering your jerseys.
Included in your football registration
Times and Locations are TBD but are typically in the early evening and located at the CCHS campus



Player/Coach testing positive for COVID during the 2023 season.  

The AYL Football Policy is:

  • Should a Player/Coach test positive they are to be are to be in quarantined for 14 days and return only after a receiving a negative test
  • Team Coach will inform team (without naming child) that there was a player/coach that tested positive so Parents can be aware of the potential exposure
  • AYL Board will not assume the balance of the players have been exposed since there is no way to determine where the child did get exposed.  Thus the team can continue to practice/play as scheduled and does not need to quarantine.
  • Parents will continue to be responsible to watch over their child for any symptoms and should stay home if the child is sick.
  • Parents always have the right to decide if their child will continue to participate or not
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Questions? Please email contact@creeksports.com
We hope that you will join us! 





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The following is a list of important dates for this season. It will be updated as more information becomes available.


Preliminary Football Calendar: 

Date: Event Cost
March-April 30th Early Registration Open $425.00

After May 1st


Late Registration


Mid July Preseason Football Camp with CCHS   Free with registration



July 31st

Official Practice Begins - CHSAA rules apply

Practice times and locations may be altered due to weather, field conditions, coaches request, etc. 


Aug. 12th


Coaches will let you know your teams time and location for weigh in. Please direct any questions to contact@creeksports.com

Aug 26th

Oct. 12th

First Regular Season Games

Last Regular Season Games


Oct 22/Oct 25th

Oct 28th

Nov 4th

Mini Playoffs


Super Bowl 





IMPORTANT! Registration fees: Once late registration begins, registration fees will increase $50, and players will be accepted ONLY if there is still space on a team. Unpaid registrations are NOT granted roster spots until the account is paid in full. Cancelation fees are $50.00 if cancelled PRIOR to June 1st 2023.  Starting June 1st, 2023 there will not be ANY refunds granted (including partial refunds) for ANY reason including scheduling issues or injury. There are no exceptions. All refund requests must be done in writing. Please send information/requests to contact@creeksports.com 

Register early to avoid placement issues as teams fill VERY fast! (Seriously, they really do fill fast!)

Please email us at if you have any questions, are interested in volunteering, or would like to apply for a scholarship.  Please complete a scholarship application if you would like to make a request for a scholarship (note* please allow up to 2 weeks for processing. Only partial scholarships can be granted and are given on an as needed basis only). Any/all out of district requests are automatically disqualified, sorry. All scholarship request must be received prior to Late Registration beginning!

Grade/Age: A player's eligibility for the season is determined by the grade he is entering in the fall, as well as age on May 31st, of the current year.  No player who has attended high school classes will be permitted to play in the AYL, regardless of age.

Offseason Workouts:
All AYL teams may conduct voluntary workouts starting May 1st and continuing until the official practice start date.  Teams may have 1 workouts per week. Teams will not be allowed to wear pads, and workouts must be non contact during this period.  All players MUST be FULLY registered with CCYS before they can attend ANY team activities. *NOTE: Not every team will elect to participate in pre-season workouts.

Practices will be held on weeknights and possibly weekends during the pre-season. Teams will hold 2-4 practices a week, depending on the age and level of the team. Once games begin, practices will be held primarily on weeknights.  All practices will be held at the parks and fields within the CCYS territory as determined by your coach. Practice schedules will be communicated by your coach one to two weeks prior to the practice season start. Practice schedules are subject to change throughout the season. Coaches can conduct workouts (one time per week) starting in May. Not all teams will participate and is facilitated by coaches only.

8 games are typically played on Saturdays, but please understand that make-up games, playoffs, and Super Bowls may be scheduled on Sundays.  For the benefit of the coach and the team, you must be willing to commit to play on Sundays if necessary. Also note, that there will be games played over Labor Day weekend and fall break. The season runs from the first week in August until mid November

Coaches are required to attend all coaches meetings or send a representative in their place. Coaches will be contacted by email for all meetings. Head coaches are required to register by May 1st, click on the Coaches Registration link in the left menu on this page.  All football head coaches must be considered "in-district" as defined by CCYS.  All coaches are required to complete USA football Level 1 Certification, failure to do so may result in suspension from coaching.  

A blue and a white game jersey are required for all players. We will be holding a jersey fitting day(s) in June and will send information to those registered and will post information on the website as it becomes available. Helmets will be white with blue or grey facemask and coaches will provide decals. Game pants color will be decided by your teams coach. You are welcome to purchase football equipment (helmet, shoulder pads, mouth guard, cleats, etc.) from any retailer you choose. Please wait to have team equipment information from your coach or email contact@creeksports.com with questions prior to purchase to avoid confusion.



Have questions or need more information?  Contact the Football Commissioner at  .


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Last year, USA Football completed a two year study that determined actual facts surrounding injuries associated with youth football.  This year, USA Football continued their study by evaluating the impact of the USA Football's Heads Up Football program on youth football injuries.  The results are amazing - this independent study found a 76% reduction in injuries for leagues participating in the USA Football program vs. leagues that do not take part in the program.  This year's study by the Datalys Center involved over 2,100 players, ages 5-15, across 100 teams and 10 youth organizations spanning four states.  The number of players from leagues committed to using USA Football's Heads Up Program were over 1,400 players while those players from leagues not using the Heads Up Program were just over 700 players.  The two-to-one difference in players using the Heads Up Program vs. players from leagues that did not use the Program was used to balance its youth football safety surveillance data for the 2012-13 study.

Some additional important results from the study are as follows:

Players in Heads Up Football leagues were 57% less likely to sustain a time-loss injury, while more than 90% of youth players in Heads Up Football leagues did not sustain an injury in games or practices during the 2014 season.

In three years of research (2012-2014) encompassing more than 6,000 players ranging in age 5-15, only 2.8 percent of all players had sustained a concussion.  Bruises were the most common injuries reported (27% of all injuries), followed by ligament sprains (22% of all injuries).

As many of you already know the CCYS Bruins and the AYL are total committed to making football a "Better Safer Game."

(For those of you who wish to review the complete article on this year's study please go to the following link: Datalys Center Study


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