2019 Football Spring/Summer Conditioning Dates
All NEW athletes must be registered for the 2019 Fall Football season in order to participate in
Spring/Summer Conditioning due to Pop Warner Insurance Requirements.
All Returning Athletes may participate in Spring/Summer Conditioning as last year’s AAU
insurance will cover the conditioning dates.***
Conditioning practices will be held at the field space behind Valencia College
Tuesdays and Thursday
14th and 16th
21st and 23rd
11th and 13th
18th and 20th
25th and 27th
9th and 11th
16th and 18th
***Regular Season Begins August 1st
All athletes must be registered for the 2019 Fall Football season to participate in
regular season with all required paperwork turned. In addition a waiver must be
signed which will be available at the conditioning practices.
Please email [email protected] if you have any
Mandatory Play Requirements:
Requirements: All age/weight divisions shall follow the same Mandatory Play requirements.
Depending on the number of players available and certified by weight at the start of the game, the following minimum requirements shall be followed.
16-25 players 10 plays per game
26-30 players 8 plays per game
31-35 players 6 plays per game
The following rules apply:
A. The plays must be from the line of scrimmage.
B. Kick-offs, point after touchdowns, quarterback intentionally spiking the ball, and free kicks shall not be used in fulfilling the must play requirements.
C. A play shall not count toward fulfillment of the must play requirement if the play resulted in a penalty which causes the down to be replayed.
D. All players shall be provided their Mandatory Plays by participation in “active” plays, without the intent to minimize the action or integrity of the plays. Plays such as, but not limited to, having the center snap the ball to the quarterback and then the quarterback falls to the ground, while substitutes are playing the other positions, shall NOT be considered as active plays.
E. When the Lopsided/Intentionally Run-Up Scores/Slaughter rule goes into effect, teams must still complete the Mandatory Play requirements.
F. All players shall receive their mandatory plays by the end of the third period, or they shall enter the game at the start of the fourth quarter, and remain in the game until they have received their required number of plays.
G. Failure to adhere to the Mandatory Play requirements shall result disciplinary action including forfeiture of the game in addition to the head coach being placed on probation unless the violation is found to be intentional in which case the head coach is suspended for one week.