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Navarre Youth Sports Association

Updates from the Commissioner


This is the LAST CHANCE to turn in your football equipment. We do not want to be forced into cashing checks or running credit cards. Please bring any equipment that you have back.

Thank you.


Navarre Youth Sports Association THE CODE OF CONDUCT

COACHES: Coaches shall remain unconditionally supportive of the Organization's commitment to the ideals of good sportsmanship, team play, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority. Likewise, coaches shall remain sensitive to the physical and emotional well-being of the players on his/her team. In order to adhere to these doctrines the coaches agree as follows:

Coaches will be positive role models.
Coaches will display and instill in their players the principals of good sportsmanship and team play. Coaches will conduct themselves in a manner that best serves the interests of the players. Coaches will do their best to provide the players a positive experience.

  1. Coaches will ensure that winning and/or losing teams do so in a manner, which exhibits respect and good sportsmanship.

  2. Coaches will treat all players, parents, spectators and league officials with respect.

  3. Coaches will provide instruction in a manner that is constructive and supportive.

  4. Coaches will not ridicule or demean players, officials or league officials.

  5. Coaches will not tolerate behavior that endangers the health or well-being of a child.

  6. Coaches will comply with the decisions of league officials and observe all rules, policy

    and procedure as established or endorsed by the NYSA.

  7. Coaches will teach the game to the best of their ability.

  8. Coaches will be drug and alcohol free while at any NYSA athletic event.

  9. Coaches will not use any tobacco products in the dugout or on the playing field.

Coaches acknowledge the need to demonstrate fundamental proficiencies with respect to the sport and first aid. Consequently, all coaches agree to attend, any skill sessions that may be required by the Board of Directors and moreover, any first aid courses that may be mandated by the Board.


The Parent and Spectator shall support the players, coaches, and league officials. Parents and Spectators shall not "coach" or "officiate". Parents and Spectators agree as follows:

  1. Parents and Spectators will be positive role models.

  2. Parents and Spectators will display and instill in all players, the principals of

    good sportsmanship and team play_

  3. Parents and Spectators will conduct themselves in a manner that best serves the interests

    of the players.

  4. Parents and Spectators will do their best to provide the players a positive experience.

  5. Parents will make certain that their children show respect for all other players,

    coaches, officials and spectators.

  6. Parents and Spectators agree not to ridicule or demean players, coaches, officials, or

    league officials in any public forum_

  7. Parents agree to inform the coach of any disability or ailment that may affect the safety of

    their child.

  8. Parents and Spectators agree to treat all players, coaches and officials fairly and with respect.

  9. Parents and Spectators will comply with the decisions of league officials.

10 Parents will support the rules, regulations and bylaws as established or endorsed by the


11. Parents and Spectators will not question an umpire's or official's call.
12. Parents and Spectators will respect the opponent and avoid any confrontation

with opposing players, spectators, or coaches.
13. Parents and Spectators will be drug and alcohol free while at any NYSA athletic event.

PLAYERS Players shall...

  1. Display good sportsmanship and team play at all times.

  2. Follow the direction of the Coaching Staff.

  3. Respect all, coaches, players, league officials, and spectators_

  4. Make every attempt to be on time and ready to play for all games and practices.

Players shall not...

  1. Use abusive or profane language.

  2. Taunt or humiliate any other player.

  3. Question an official’s call.

  4. Abuse, mistreat or mishandle any NYSA equipment or property (e.g.,

    throwing batting helmets)


All members of the Organization are subject to consequences which may lead to discipline or possible termination of membership as determined necessary by the NYSA Board of Directors due to failure to comply with the Code of Conduct. All members agree to abide by these rules as part of their registration in the program. It is the responsibility of all members to be familiar with the guidelines set forth in the Code of Conduct.


The above guidelines also apply to a member’s communication through a social media outlet, like FaceBook, Twitter, the internet, etc.

Questions to: [email protected]

FOOTBALL REGISTRATION FEES MUST BE PAID IN FULL BY FRIDAY AUGUST 30th or your player will not be able to play in the AUGUST 31 game.  If you have an outstanding balance, please pay by credit card on line or bring cash or a check to the office at NYSA between 5:30-7:00 Mon-Fri or give to a member of the football committee at practice. Committee members: Paul Villanova, Cynthia Villanova, Heather Kidd, Jason Byars, David Lott, Scott Oberg and Tommy Dreher.



$40 - Utilities, Insurance, General Operation Expenses
$25 - NWFYSA League Fee ($875 per team)
$58 - Uniforms - Jersey, pants, socks provided
$15 - Game Officials 

*Approx cost per player is $138. See below:


The first $40 of each registration fee for every sport covers the cost of Insurance, utilities and general operating expenses for the NYSA.  

Additional costs vary by sport, but fees typically pay for:

  • Game Officials - referees or umpires
  • Conference or Organizational fees - if the sport is part of a conference or other outside organization, then they pay fees to the league.
  • Equipment - balls, pads, helmets, and other practice or game equipment for the teams
  • Equipment for the fields/courts (nets, goal posts)
  • Uniforms
The registration fee does not cover the full cost of each sport.  For this reason, the NYSA raises additional funds via:
  • Concessions
  • Middle School Dances
  • Sponsorships
  • Fairs
  • Pre or Post-season games - where parking or entry fees are charged. 
The NYSA is non-profit and volunteer-run.  No board member, sport commissioner or coach is compensated.  We ask that parents volunteer each season in some capacity to help keep costs low and to improve the experience for our community.  Opportunities to volunteer can include working concessions, working the chain-gang, keeping the score board, announcing games, field maintenance, park pick-up and empty trash cans, and the list goes on and on.

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration: Opens April 5th 2019
Registration fee: 
$135 and $45 Annual NYSA Family Membership Dues
5-14 (must be 5 on August 1, 2019) no high school students permitted

What football gear is included with my registration fee? 
Your child’s game jersey, game pants, and socks are included in the cost of registration.  The use of helmet and shoulder pads is given on loan and must be returned at the end of the season. 

What forms of payment do you accept for the registration fee? Credit/Debit cards when registering online. We accept Cash or Checks when registering in person. 

What other expenses may I incur? You are responsible for providing your child’s mouth guard, chin strap, and any practice clothing. We will have a limited amount of used practice pants available for sale prior to the beginning of the season.

Estimated Cost of Additional Gear
Practice Jersey$15
Practice Pants$25
Mouth Guard$10
Chin Strap$15
Integrated Girdle or Slide in Pads$25
 Additional, Optional Expenses 
 Team & Individual Photos 

When are practices? Our teams practice approximately 2 hours a day 3 days per week during the season.  Our practices will be held at the NYSA football/baseball complex.We play all of our games on Saturdays.

When does the season start and end? Optional preseason workouts generally begin in mid to late June, with practices beginning in late July. The championship game has traditionally been held the weekend before Thanksgiving. 

What days are games?  We play all of our games on Saturdays. The youngest teams play earlier in the morning, and older teams later in the afternoon.

Where are the games played? Home games are played at the NYSA football field.  Our away games may include teams from Pensacola, Milton, Pace, and Gulf Breeze.

What ages are permitted to play? 5 years -14 years as of August 1, 2018  (NO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PERMITTED) .  Aug 1 is the cutoff for all age groups.  For example, an athlete who turns 10 on August 1st would play with the other 10 year olds on the 10u team.

2019 Schedule

 DateOpponentLocationAge Group
 NHS - Coaches Clinic
Equipment Distribution
 All Coaches
 7/15-7/17 NHS Football CampNYSA 6-14
 7/13/19Equipment DistributionNYSAAll
 7/20/19Equip. Distribution Make UPNYSAAll
 7/29/19First Day of Practice NYSA All
 8/9/19Raider Day NHS All
 8/17/19 Kick Off Classic JamboreeTBD All
 8/24/19First Game of Season TBD All

Home Game Start Times (away game start times may vary):

6u - 8:00 a.m.
7u - 9:30 a.m.
8u - 11:00 a.m.
9u - 12:30 p.m.
10u - 2:00 p.m.
11u - 3:30 p.m.
12u - 5:00 p.m.
14u - 6:30 p.m.

Contact Football Commissioner

Paul Villanova
[email protected]

Co Commissioner 
Jason Byars

2019 Volunteers of the Week

Our Coaches

Commissioner: Paul Villanova

14u: Paul Brown
12u: Paul Taylor
11u: Paul Bowden
10u: Tony Brewer
9u:   Anteny Hemmingway
8u:   Jason Byars
7u:   Neri Flores
6u:   Tommy Dreher

Football Registration - Opens April 5, 2019

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