Be sure to take advantage of the lower Fall Registration fees by registering prior to 11:59 pm on 6/19/15.
Wilton Youth Football provides youth participation opportunities in 3 areas: Tackle Football, Flag Football and Cheerleading. Below are the programs open for Registration. Please click on each link or visit the website for program information.
* Capital Improvements Fee
A $25 per family Capital Improvements Fee will be added to this registration. If you have already paid the fee through the registration of another player, the fee will be removed during checkout so that only one fee per family will be charged IF your family profiles are set up to correctly reflect all players at your address.
To register, please click on the following link: http://wiltonyouthfootball.org/registration
For 2015, Registration is ONLINE ONLY. Send an email to Linda Colgan at
if you are having trouble with the online registration system.
Please help Wilton Youth Football to better prepare for the 2015 season by registering early, and don’t forget to visit the Tackle, Cheer and Flag pages of wiltonyouthfootball.org for additional important information and key upcoming dates!
We look forward to continuing to build the “Future of Wilton Football” with a great 2015 season!
The athletic trainer and all coaches are to be aware of oncoming inclement weather. If a coach sees a flash of lightning, he is to notify the athletic trainer immediately. A flash-to-bang count of 30 seconds or less should be used as the minimal determinant of when to suspend activities- all athletes and coaches are to be removed from the field and seek shelter indoors or under the bleachers. Lightning safety strategies include avoiding shelter under trees and avoiding open fields and spaces. Waiting 30 minutes after the last flash of lightning or sound of thunder is recommended before athletic or recreational activities are resumed. The athletic trainer will notify coaches when it is safe to return to play.
Flash-to-Bang Method: Begin counting seconds after a flash of lightning is seen. Stop counting when thunder is heard. Divide this count by 5 to determine the distance of the lightning (in miles). For example, a flash-to-bang count of 30 seconds equates to a distance of 6 miles (National Athletic Trainers’ Association Position Statement: Lightning Safety for Athletics and Recreation).