The AAU Football program offers opportunities for athletes of all ages, in all skill levels. Events are held throughout the country, including local league play, invitational tournaments, and National Championships.
*For Nationals, the 1st and 2nd place team from a sanctioned AAU league are eligible for the League Based Nationals.
The AAU Football program provides an avenue of competition for many ages as well as both genders. For more specific details on age divisions please visit the website www.aaufootball.org
14 & Under athletes can have had no High School experience. Participation in or on Freshman, JV, Varsity, summer workouts, practicing, or signing up for the team is considered High School Football experience, and would make an athlete ineligible.
Age divisions will be determined by the age of each player before the first day of August immediately preceding seasonal year.
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