|Division||Regular Rate||Target Team Size|
|Tackle 3rd/4th Grade||$250||24|
|Tackle 5th/6th Grade||$250||24|
|Tackle 7th/8th Grade||$250||25|
Each Tackle player will be responsible for paying the following 2 additional fees upon registration:
Payment Plan Options Available: There is a $5 per payment fee for the Payment Plan Options added to the Registration Fee.
Returning Players must register by April 1 to ensure return to their prior team.
Late Fee of $50 will be added to registrations starting June 15. Team, coach & buddy requests are not guaranteed on Late Registrations. Some teams/rosters may fill prior to Late Registration.
Millard United Issued Equipment: Helmet, Shoulder Pads, Practice & Game Jersey, Practice & Game Pants.
The League: MUS has partnered with the Great Plains Youth Football League (GPYFL). This league gives teams the ability to attend tournaments outside of the league, participate with regional and national travel teams, and compete with other Eastern Nebraska & Western Iowa teams at the highest levels. Although teams will have the flexibility to play outside of the league, it is required that they play ALL league games as scheduled.
The opportunity for MUS to partner with the Great Plains Youth Football League is highly beneficial for the long term success of our football program. MUS is excited to be a part of this league and look forward to growing with it in the future.
2022 Program Members include: Archbishop Fremont Bergan Jr Knights - Arlington Jr Eagles - Ashland/Greenwood Jr Bluejays - Auburn Jr Bulldogs - Council Bluffs Colts - Conestoga Jr Cougars - Creighton Prep Jr Jays - DC West Falcons - Ft Calhoun Pioneers - Fremont Jr Tigers - Gross Jr Cougars - Logan View Raiders - Malone Panthers - Monarch Spirit - Norfolk Rampage - Norris - North Bend Jr Tigers - Plattsmouth Jr Blue Devils - Ralston Jr Rams - Roncalli Jr Pride - St Wenceslaus/St Stephens Knights - Wahoo Beef - Wahoo Rhinos - Waverly/Eagle Jr Vikes - West Point Jr Cadets
Our Divisions: are based on grade levels for the 2023-2024 school year.
Our Season: Games typically begin in late-August and the season goes through October.
Pre-and Post Season Play: Teams may participate in pre and post-season tournament play. The option to travel for tournaments is at the discretion of the coach, players and parents involved and the costs and timelines will be discussed with the parents who may accept or decline to participate. Families choosing to participate in any additional tournaments with their team will be responsible to pay their portion of these expenses. Teams may have the opportunity to fundraise to help cover the extra costs of these additional tournaments. Please note, additional tournament costs are not covered by your registration. Any player who chooses not to participate is not penalized for not participating.
Our Coaches & Teams: Roster Updates will be given to coaches throughout registration with rosters locked on September 1.
|February 14||Registration Opens|
|Done Online||ImPact Testing|
|June 7 or June 8||MUS "The Camp" Fundamentals|
|June 15||Late Fees Start|
|June 22||Position Specific Skills Camp|
|Week of July 11||Jersey Fittings/Equipment Check-Out|
|July 18th, 7:30pm||Tackle Coach Meeting|
|July 22-24||Scheels Football Weekend|
|August 1||Practices may Begin|
|August 1-18||Weigh-Ins (Specific Date TBA)|
|August 20||Team Pictures|
|August 20||Saturday Night Lights|
|August 20-21||First Weekend of Games|
|September 9||Storm Chasers Night|
|September 24-25||Last Weekend of Regular Season Games|
|October 1-2 & 8-9||Playoffs / Friendship Bowl Games|
|October 12||MUS Vala's Night|
|October 15-16||Championship Weekend|
|Week of November 1st||Equipment Check-In|
Recognize your Team or Player Accomplishments! Use the link below to send us the info!
All coaches are trained in Heads Up Football techniques before leading their teams. Head Coaches & Assistant Coaches will complete USA Football’s accredited Level 1 Coach Certification Course, which includes Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) concussion recognition & response protocols; proper helmet and shoulder pad fitting; heat & hydration information from the Korey Stringer Institute; and Heads Up Tackling techniques, which aim to take the head out of the line of contact.
Millard United is committed to a safe and fun environment to foster the love of the game.