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Our 2020 Season looks a little different this year.....

We are VERY EXCITED to announce that Glenview Jr. Titans will be offering a youth football program this fall!  Thanks for your patience as our program volunteers navigate these uncertain times and make modifications to our program that will meet the new state and local guidelines.  The safety of our players, coaches, and families is the #1 priority.  We are pleased to be able to offer a 7 on 7 touch football program starting August 31st.  Players will be required to wear shoulder pads and a helmet.  The cost of this program will be $250 and will run until October 2nd.  For now, the plan is that players will practice Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:00 - 6:15 pm and have intra-club scrimmages Thursdays 5:00 - 6:15 pm at Glenbrook South High School.  Times and locations may vary if we need to adjust for safety protocol or scheduling conflicts.  Registration Is Now open



Football Is Family In Glenview.



① Kids will learn what being part of a team is all about and make lasting friendships

② Fall is just made for some hometown football!!!!

③ Glenview Jr. Titans high safety standards & procedures.  Our safety record speaks for itself (Heads Up Football –USA Football Program)

④ Kids learn the value of hard work –it pays off!!!

⑤ Everyoneplays–no bench warmers in Glenview!

⑥ Get out of Glenview –we play in a league with local North suburban area teams, but very limited travel

⑦ Passionate, caring, well-trained  & qualified coaches

⑧ Physical strength, endurance, agility, speed, and flexibility - making kids better all-around athletes

⑨ Learn sportsmanship, both from the side of humility and success

Football is Family in Glenview–Be a part of Glenview’s hometown team

Watch this TEDTalk on Why Glenview Needs High School Football

There is a big need for high school football but it I might not be why you think. As a former professional player Angus Reid shares why high school football might be more important that ever.

Safety is our #1 Priority

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