The mission of the Pop Warner Challenger Division is to bring the Pop Warner experience to those special needs individuals.
Pop Warner’s overall goals are to enable young people to benefit from participation in team sports and activities in a safe and structured environment and by establishing a Challenger Division Pop Warner is providing an opportunity for everyone to participate in the great game of football.
Pop Warner objectives are to inspire our youth, regardless of race, creed, religion or national origin to practice the ideals of sportsmanship, scholarship and physical fitness as reflected in the life of the late Glenn Scobie “Pop” Warner. Pop Warner Strives to make the game fun for all boys and girls.
The program stresses learning lessons of value far beyond the playing or spirit days of those involved, such as; self-discipline, teamwork, concentration, friendship, leadership, and sportsmanship.
The philosophy of the Pop Warner Challenger Division is to provide the framework for local Pop Warner programs to offer a structured football program for participants with special needs. The Challenger program is non-competitive and no score is kept. The games are modeled after a typical Pop Warner game with warm-ups, coin toss and national anthem etc. Participation in the Challenger Division is permitted at the request of the individual’s parent or guardian.
The Pop Warner Challenger Division was pioneered and established in 2004 in East Greenbush in the Capital District Pop Warner League.
Bux-Mont Challenger Program.
Flag Football Players & Cheerleaders Wanted Open Registration and Games:
Season Starts September - Games Played Every Sunday
Time: 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Where: Variety Club Developmental Camp
2950 Potshop Road – Worcester, PA What is the Challenger Division?
• Challenger Division is a division of flag football & cheerleading for special needs children. What Age children are in this division?
Children can be any age.
How many Games do these children play?
Bux-Mont Challenger League - consist of 6-8 week season.
1 game played and cheered each week.
Where are Bux-Mont Challenger League games played?
• Home games for flag football & cheerleading are played at the Variety Club - Worcester, PA. Occasionally we play at various fields throughout the League (Bucks & Montgomery County).
What is the COST?
• NO Registration Fee.
What is a “Buddy”?
A “buddy” is a volunteer.
Similar to Special Olympics a buddy is someone that assists
(shadows) a child playing football/ cheerleading.
A buddy assistant a child, enjoy this sport regardless of the child’s disability.
A buddy helps put a smile on a child face that says to all
“I Did It”.
Who are the Coaches? What do they do?
The Coaches are volunteers.
They organize the team in play according to the rules of the “Challenger Program”.
CHILDREN, COACHES AND BUDDIES ARE NEEDED!!!
Please contact: Lisa Dupell @ email@example.com or
Call Tony Dupell @ 610-476-1069 or Lisa Dupell @ 610-584-1470 George Adams @ 267-784-4870 or firstname.lastname@example.org