In the Summer/Fall, KMFA offers 9-man tackle football for boys and girls, ages 6* – 13. We play as a member of the Southern Interior Football Conference (SIFC) alongside associations in Vernon, Kamloops, and Salmon Arm.
Practices begin in July, running through Summer, with games beginning in September. Practices are generally Tuesdays/Thursdays and game days are Sundays. The regular season runs through October; Playoffs begin in November with winning teams advancing to the 9-man Provincial Championship.
Age Divisions are based on birth year; Your child’s age as of December 31 of the year the program runs will determine their age division. (*Children who are 6 at the time of registration but who will be turning 7 by December 31 of the playing year are eligible.)
KMFA is a member club of BC Provincial Football Association and Football Canada. As such, in addition to registration fees the following membership fees are required for insurances: BCPFA $13, Football Canada $15, and $10 for Insurance.
|League - Registration Open||Age Range||Registration Fee|
|Atom (U10) - birth years 2013, 2014, 2015||7, 8, 9||$275|
|Peewee (U12) - birth years 2011, 2012||10, 11||$335|
|Junior Bantam (U14) - birth years 2009, 2010||12, 13||$335|
Players age 14 and up can transition into playing High School football. Four of our local high schools offer football programs - Rutland Secondary School, Kelowna Secondary School, Okanagan Mission Secondary, and Mount Boucherie Secondary School. There are currently no opportunities for community Fall Bantam or Midget tackle football in the Okanagan.
Home Field Locations
Away Game Field Locations
KMFA supplies all tackle players with helmets, shoulder pads, padded pants, and a mouthguard, plus game jersey and socks. A $350 deposit is required, which is returned/destroyed upon receipt of all equipment in good repair back at the end of the season. During equipment fittings, only authorized KMFA personnel is permitted to properly fit each player.
Our Equipment Clubhouse is located at 1021 Ellis Street. At the back of the building, take the stairs up to the door.
Cleaned and well maintained gear will help keep your athlete healthy. Here are some helpful tips and guidelines to care for your equipment:
- Do not attempt to repair or alter your equipment, especially your helmet. Gear is fitted to your child at the start of the season, but should the gear become uncomfortable or show signs of damage, please advise your coach or Director of Equipment.
- Treat your equipment with respect. Hang or store in a dry place when not in use, never sit on it or throw it. Check regularly for signs of wear and tear.
- Pants and jerseys can be washed in your regular laundry, with stain removers as needed. Hang jerseys to dry.
- Helmets and shoulder pads can be wiped down with an antibacterial wipe or damp cloth and pads sprayed to disinfect as necessary. At the end of the season, return your gear clean and washed. You keep the socks!