Information about the league our teams play in, Twin Cities North Football League is found in the link below.
FIELDS WITH A FENCE
If there is a fence around the perimeter of the field that separates the field from the spectating area, ALL SPECTATORS MUST BE LOCATED BEHIND THE FENCE; NO EXCEPTIONS. Game officials, coaches, and league officials will ask you to relocate if the rule is violated. It also can lead to a penalty called against your team.
FIELDS WITHOUT A FENCE
The health and safety of our children is important to all of the BPAA volunteers. Social distancing on the field will be strictly enforced for the safety of the referees, coaches, managers, team helpers, and children. Please do not be offended when they request you that comply with social distancing requirements. Non-compliance or even resistance to this requirement may lead to your removal from the park and future games.
The league mandates that spectators can be NO CLOSER THAN 10 YARDS from any sideline including the end zones. Also, the commonplace 6-foot social distancing requirement must be followed.
BPAA Flag Football
Who: K- 3
Games: Saturdays in September
Time: 9am - 10am
Where: Central Park
Practices: Once per week for an hour. Coaches will determine practice location and times.
Coaches needed! If you would like to volunteer to coach a flag football team please send and email to BPAA football. Time commitment is only a couple of hours per week.
Big Lake, King of the Gridiron Champions for 6th Grade
Big Lake, King of the Gridiron Champions for 5th Grade
The forms noted below must completed before the player’s equipment is issued to him. Please print, complete, and present them to equipment administrator on your child’s equipment issue day. Thanks.
1. Emergency Medical Treatment Release Form. Link - https://assets.ngin.com/attachments/document/0048/9051/EmergencyReleaseForm.pdf
2. Code of Conduct for Parents & Spectators. Link - https://assets.ngin.com/attachments/document/0048/9050/CodeofConductforParents.pdf
3. Football Waiver - located above on this webpage.
Please consult coaches for questions about your team.
Brooklyn Park Athletic Association
5600 85th Ave No. Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
BMW OF MINNETONKA
15802 Wayzata Boulevard Minnetonka, MN 55391
Greetings to the Team at BMW OF MINNETONKA,
October 23, 2022
It was so heartening when we received your gift. Your generosity enabled us to equip approximately 100 children with new football helmets. We thank you so much for your help.
As you know, helmets are the key safety component for football players. In the past ten years the price of helmets has tripled. As a result, our organization was contemplating transferring the helmet expense on each family. Unfortunately, that would have created a financial hardship for many, which would have led to many children not having an opportunity to play the sport.
Football, as with any organized sport, can teach values such as fairness, teambuilding, equality, discipline, inclusion, perseverance, and respect. Organized sport has the power to provide a universal framework for learning values, thus contributing to the development of soft skills needed for responsible citizenship.
This gets us to the core purpose of the BPAA mission, which is to benefit the physical, mental, moral, and character development of the youth in our community, by providing sports programs and activities for boys and girls, regardless of ability or financial status. Your contribution is helping us sustain this mission in a remarkable way.
Because of you, BPAA can provide improved player safety for 10 more years.
The following link further expresses our gratitude:
Thank you again!!!
BPAA Football President
October 23, 2022