How Far We Have Come
The league was founded in 1999, with the inaugural season starting that Fall. That season comprised of 5 towns with a total of 15 teams. At that time there were only 2 divisions: Junior division (comprised of 4th and 5th graders), and Senior division (comprised of 6th and 7th graders). Through the years we have steadily grown to become one of the largest youth football programs in the West Central area of Missouri.
Now, 21 years later, we have continuously worked to improve on how our league is operated and how it performs. We have gone from 5 towns and 15 teams in 1999 to now having participants from over 9 towns. The league currently is comprised of teams from the following towns:
- Excelsior Springs
- Oak Grove
- Pleasant Hill
We also have expanded our league to contain 3 major divisions:
Junior division - which is divided into 3 subdivisions:
- 2nd Grade Division
- 3rd Grade division
- 4th Grade division
Senior division - which is divided into 2 subdivisions:
- 5th Grade division
- 6th Grade division
- 7th Grade division
West Central Youth Football is a non-profit community based organization formed to provide youth with a positive recreational activity experience. West Central Youth Football is focused on the developmental enrichment of all its members, and is determined to create an understanding, develop respect, inspire leadership, foster teamwork, and establish discipline amongst our youth through the football program.
The West Central Youth Football mission is to utilize organized and structured athletics as a tool to enlighten and cultivate the development of well rounded youth through establishing a foundation of the following life skills:
- Goal Setting
- Self Control
- Smart Decisions
So if you are interested in getting involved with a growing organization where the main interest is to help young players wanting to learn football achieve their goals, please look over our site and contact the town representative from your respective location. Feel free to utilize the Contact Us page.