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  • Hopefully our families are staying well and healthy. Football registration will open June 1. Since our football season remains on hold, no registration payment will be required at this time. Further information will be provided as soon as we are notified. Think FOOTBALL!
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Welcome to BRYC Football!
Please check this site regularly for the latest news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions and much much more.
Calendar of Events - 2020


  • June 1 - Registration Open
  • TBDBRYC Football Skills Camp at Robinson Secondary from 6:00 - 8:00pm
  • TBD - Parent/Player Heads Up Football Training at Robinson 5:45 - 7 p.m.
  • TBD  - Football Equipment Distribution (date/times may change; please check back  updates)
    • Location TBD - For those with multiple players, you may come to the earliest session.
      • 9 - 10:30 a.m. - Anklebiters
      • 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. - 80/90 lb
      • 12 - 1 p.m. Lunch
      • 1 - 2:00 p.m. - 100/115 lb
    • 130/155 lb weight classes TBD
  • August 24-28 (Tentative) - Player Evaluation Week - All Fields
    • Players who miss this week will still be evaluated.
  • 1st Weigh In at TBD (FREE) - Time TBD
  • 2nd Weigh TBD - Time TBD 
  • TBD - Team declaration day
  • 3rd Weigh In TBD  - Time TBD
  • 4th Weigh In  TBD 
  • TBD - Team Photos
  • TBD - FCYFL Season Begins!
  • TBD - Annual BRYC Football Raffle Drawing
  • TBD - Last regular season games
  • TBD - Playoff seeding meeting
  • TBD - Playoff Week
  • TBD - FCYFL Championships!! 


DMV Walker ID is required for Weigh Ins - Process could take 2 weeks. More info at  -


Maximum Age and Weight Combination for Playing in a Particular Weight Class. 
A Player's age is the age they will be on or before October 1, 2020.













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100 85 80

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110 95 90

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*Under the new rules revision for the 80, 90, 100,115, 130 and 155 lb weight classes, 8 year-old players weighing in excess of 100 lbs; 9 year-old players weighing in excess of 110 lbs; 10 year-old players weighing in excess of 120 lbs; 11 year-old players weighing in excess of 135 lbs; 12 year-old players weighing in excess of 150 lbs;13 year-old players weighing in excess of 175 lbs and 14 year-old players weighing in excess of 165 lbs cannot play in a position that normally handles the ball on offense.  Any player at the 130 lb weight class turning 16 years of age during the season (October 2 - December 31) will be required to play at the 155 lb weight class.  Any player at the 155 lb weight class who will turn 17 years of age during the season (October 2 - December 31) will not be eligible to play in the Fairfax County Youth Football League.

Regular Registration:  $210 - includes use of football equipment (helmet, shouder pads, game and practice pants, pad and game jersey.  Practice jersey and socks are also provided for players to keep).

Early Bird Registration Discount (through June 8) - $15

BRYC Player Discount (registration in another BRYC sport) - $15

Sibling Discount (for other siblings registered for football; 4th sibling is $90 discount) - $15

Additionally, there is a charge of $45 for raffle tickets for our annual BRYC Football Raffle.  You receive 10/$5 tickets, which you can keep or sell and recover you cost with an additional $5.  First Prize - $1,000

Second Prize - $500

Third Prize - $250

Plus there will be other prizes available such as autographed footballs.

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Fairfax County Youth Football League to Families Update
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Fairfax County Youth Football League to Families
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Fairfax County Youth Football League to Families Update

The Fairfax County Youth Football League sent additional information via email on July 22 regarding postponing the season start to August 24, 2020 due to continuing concerns involving the Covid-19 virus and that Virginia remains in Phase 3, which does not allow for high risk for contact sports.  This email is below:

Dear Footballl Families,


On behalf of the FCYFL, we wanted to update you on where we stand with the 2020 football season.

As we have indicated in the past, our intent is to do everything we can to safely play football this fall.  However, given the public health challenges surrounding COVID-19, the likelihood of having a fall season is becoming more remote. Furthermore, as you may know, last week the Virginia High School League (VHSL) determined that there will not be fall football for Virginia High Schools this year. However, there is a possibility for High School Football to return in the Spring of 2021.


We want to emphasize, that while we look for ways to return to playing football, the health and safety of our players, their families, our coaches, officials, and other League Volunteers are paramount.  Consequently, the FCYFL Board of Commissioners has voted to push back the start of practice by two weeks to August 24, 2020.  As Virginia is currently in Phase 3, no contact sports practice or games are permissible.   We are hopeful that the public health challenges will abate soon, and we can visit the possibility of relaxing current restrictions.  However, if we remain in Phase 3, fall football simply will not be possible under the current public health guidelines.


The Board of Commissioners will meet on August 10, 2020 to make a final determination about the fall season.  We are very grateful for the outpouring of support and enthusiasm for football in Northern Virginia.  We can’t wait to get back on the field either.  We will update you on all future decisions.


Thank you.

FCYFL Executive Committee  


by posted 07/25/2020
Fairfax County Youth Football League to Families

The Fairfax County Youth Football League (FCYFL) Executive Committee recently sent an email to the league families to update all on the upcoming football season plans. Although things are still undetermined, we are hoping that there will be a football season. Getting back to sports is someting we all look forward to.  Below is the text of the letter from the FCYFL Executive Committee.  Hope all of our families are doing well and staying healthy during this challenging time.


Dear FCYFL Families,

We are writing to families who have had children play football in the FCYFL in recent years to update you on where we stand as a League.  First, we hope you and your families are well in these unprecedented times.  We also want you to know that we are committed to doing everything possible to have a successful tackle football season this fall.

We are in close contact with local and school officials to determine what measures we must adopt to protect players, coaches, officials and families.  As you know, no final determinations have been made about when school will start or what accommodations will be required to bring kids back to school at this time.  Field availability and use is affected by the school and government closings.  We want to assure you we will continue to collaborate with local and school officials as we move forward.

We believe that the children of Northern Virginia need football now more than ever.   Success in life is about teamwork – in the family, at work and in the community.  No sport or activity teaches important character lessons like dedication, resiliency, facing challenges and teamwork as well as football does.  Kids need activity and being active, and that is even more important now after weeks of quarantine.

We are very proud that FCYFL is one of the top youth tackle football leagues in the country based on a commitment to putting kids first, ensuring all kids play, requiring coaches’ education and certification and emphasizing safety.  We are also unique in having various levels of play – from instructional levels to the most competitive elite levels – basically travel football without the travel!

Obviously, we do not fully know what the current pandemic has in store and what government and school officials will allow in the fall.  We just want you to know that we are preparing and will be prepared to have a season if that is remotely possible.  Some of our member clubs have already opened their registration.  Others will do so in the coming weeks.  We hope that you will register to play when they do, as well as letting friends and neighbors know what they are missing and encourage them to register, too.

Thank you for your past participation in this great sport.  We look forward to seeing you this season.


Executive Committee

Fairfax County Youth Football League (FCYFL)



by posted 05/21/2020
Weather Announcements

In the event of inclement weather, including extreme heat or other emergencies resulting in field closures, we will post practice field status (see "Fields" tab) and also email information.  You can also check the following resources:

  • Heat advisory codes will be posted on our home page. (FCYFL will no longer post heat advisory codes)
  • The Field Closure Hot Line at 703-324-5264 or for rain/weather closures. Please note that school field closures will not be announced on this hot line. Please check your email/field status when in doubt.

Thank you for your support of Braddock Road Youth Sports.

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