Welcome to the Prince George's County Boys and Girls Club Tackle Football HOME Page!
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FOOTBALL GAME SCORES: Coaches - football scores must be reported on the Line-up Sheet through the Field Supervisor.
PLEASE REMEMBER: In order to be on the sidelines with teams all Coaches and Team Assistants must have their PGCBGC issued ID Card. In addition, ALL COACHES must be certified by USA Football. If your name does not appear on the list prepared in this office as USA Football certified, you WILL NOT be allowed onto the field during playoff games. If you didn’t use the promo code assigned to your club when completing USA Football, you have to submit your Letter of Completion to the Scorekeeper. The FINAL certification list will be compiled on Friday, November 8th at NOON. After that time no further names will be added to the list.
Football scores must be reported on the Line-up Sheet through the Field Supervisor.
If a Field Supervisor is not present for your game, each team should check the other team’s yellow cards prior to the start of the game. At the end of the game, scores should be recorded on both team’s lineup sheets and both teams must forward their sheet to 301-446-6801 (fax) or
within 48 hours after the game.
Fall Soccer and Football requests for use of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission fields only must be submitted to 7833 Walker Dr., Suite 430, Greenbelt, MD 20770 on or before this date.
Permits for use of school fields must be secured from the school.
Forms can be mailed, faxed, or emailed. Athletic Field Request Form
Emails should be sent to
Note: If you do not submit a request for a field (for your fall sports) NLT June 30, 2013 you could be without a place to play this fall.
Commissioners, Coaches & Parents When worn during contact sports, mouthguards prevent and reduce injuries to the teeth, lips and gums.
It is important for the player to have a mouthguard that fits well in order to work it's best. The better mouthguards absorb shock which can also help protect against jaw and brain injuries.
TWG - The WrightGUARD was created by Dr. Michael Wright, a Prosthodontist based in Maryland, to be the last line of defense in reducing the occurrence of severe concussions and devastating mouth injuries in contact sports such as football.