Tuesday, August 30, 2005

“Ironman Football and Youth Football team up”

The Ironman Football League is dedicated not only to the advancement of semi-pro football, but football itself.  The Ironman Football League would like to encourage youngsters to get involved with the great sport of football not only to play it, but for the youth to learn from the game as well.  Football is just not about tackling and running, the game is much more complex then that.  It teaches discipline, fundamentals and most importantly teamwork.


Owner/CEO  Chris Chudada of the Ironman Football League said on Sunday that “Football in Wisconsin is king, not only is the sport fun and entertaining but it offers important values and discipline that kids and adults can use in there everyday life.”


To help the youth football leagues in Wisconsin to grow and spread the joy this great game gives us, the Ironman Football League is allowing all Pee-wee football teams and players to come and watch all IFL games for free as long as they are accompanied by a parent. The Ironman Youth Camp held every year before the IFL regular season is committed to help kids with fundamentals of the game.  Chudada says that the Camp was created to teach and observe kids to excel at the game, to learn teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play.


The IFL is also celebrating PLAY FOOTBALL MONTH.  “This is a great opportunity to let the kids experience the game first hand, and to find out how awesome and fun football is”. Chudada says.


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