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Welcome to the 
Oxford Golden Bears
Football and Cheer

2021 Registration Opens up May 1, 2021
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Listed below is information you will need in order to complete a football athlete or cheerleader application.  Please read through all the information carefully.  If you have any questions, please contact any of the Oxford Golden Bears Board Members.

The Oxford Golden Bears Football and Cheerleading Organization is a volunteer club.  In order to keep our fees as low as they are, we rely on the assistance of parents and community members to help us run the various committees and activities that keep this league available to our children.  We encourage everyone to fill out a volunteer form.

Due to insurance reasons, no football athlete or cheerleader will be allowed to practice or participate in any games unless all registration fees are paid in full prior to the first practice session.  

The Organization needs proof of your child’s age.  All new athletes or cheerleaders must provide their original birth certificate at the time of registration.  There are no exceptions.

ALL football athletes and cheerleaders must supply a completed 2021 Sports Physical Examination Form that has been signed by a physician.  This form must be turned in by August 2, 2021.  The first practice is scheduled to begin August 2, 2021.

ALL parents, athletes, and/or cheerleaders must sign the following forms in order to be registered:

  • Disciplinary Code 

  • Volunteer Code of Conduct

  • Parent, Guardian or Guest Code of Conduct

  • Participant Code of Conduct 

  • Injury Release, Indemnification and Hold Harmless Agreement

Refund Policy:  A refund will be issued if a child withdraws prior to August 2nd. After August 2nd no refund is available. No football jersey will be given if player withdraws.

Concussion Impact Testing:  OGB's commitment to the safety of our children is primary. Concussions in athletes are serious injuries that should be properly assessed and monitored.  This Organization supports proper medical evaluation, management, and recovery of concussions. With the increase of concussions occurring in youth sports, there are many ways our athletes can be protected.  "Impact testing" is a means of establishing baseline neuropsychological results that can help in the diagnosis and treatment of concussions. We encourage you to explore this, either through computer based software or in-office medical assessments.  Athletes will not be allowed to play or cheer following signs or symptoms of concussions unless he/she is medically evaluated.  A medical release form must be submitted to his/her coach in order for their return to athletic participation in this Organization. 

Medical/injury policy: Any injury/illness requiring medical treatment will require a doctor’s clearance to resume play.

 

Please remember that no football athlete will be allowed to participate with metal cleats.