The Jr. Titan Football Program is funded solely by fees collected from players. We are not subsidized or financially funded in any way by the county, the middle school or the high school.
Our fees are $425 for the season.
The Spring season will be a combine style at the high school stadium. The sessions will be comprised of a no contact combine style drills designed to introduce our athletes to core strengthening, speed and agility workouts. The spring season is considered part of our season, so there is no separate fee for the spring, nor is there a discount or deduction for players who choose not to participate in the spring. We encourage spring sport players to participate in their spring sport fully and attend football practice and scrimmages as available without compromising your spring sport.
Our fees cover, among other things, the following costs of running the program:
Equipment and uniforms: Helmets, shoulder pads and game uniforms with two jerseys. All of our players are issued Riddell Revo Speed Helmets, the safest helmet available. Each helmet is certified every year. They are reconditioned and or replaced as needed according to USA Football standards . Shoulder pads and uniforms are repaired, maintained, and replaced as needed.
Sports Medicine: We have a certified trainer present and readily available to both our cheerleaders and football players (as well as the visiting teams) at all games and practices.
Officiating: We pay the referee fees for all home games.
GMSAALeague Membership Fees (annual expense)
End of Season Banquet/Gifts/Trophies
Fun Events: Youth Night Tailgate, Powder Puff, Other Events
Administrative Expenses: Website hosting fees, mailbox, tax preparer, etc.
Payment plans as well as hardship scholarships(based on Fulton County Meal Plan rules) available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
What is not covered:
Players are responsible for providing their own cleats, mouthpieces, leg pads/ girdles and practice pants.
Admission to games for family members (players, coaches and those volunteering are free)