Frequently Asked QuestionsUpdated Thursday July 19, 2018 by Nichole Lundervold.
Is Pop Warner Football a Non-Profit Organization?
Yes, Pop Warner Football is a Non-Profit Organization. It relies 100% on the members that volunteer their time to make our organization a success season after season. Thank you volunteers!
What Clark County areas are considered North County?
Battle Ground, Hockinson, Brush Prarie, La Center, Yacolt, Amboy and Woodland Areas
What are the registration fees for the North County Pop Warner Wildcats?
The registration fees for the 2018 season are as follows:
Flag Football: $75
Tackle Football: $275
Dual Team: $275 (Additional fee for dance wear *No more than $50)
Do you offer a multi-child discount for families with children enrolled in Cheer/Dance and Tackle?
Yes, If you have two or more children registered for the same season you quailify for one of our multi-child discounts below:
First Child - Full price
Second Child - $50 credit
Third Child - Additional $100 credit
$150 Max discount per family
What gear will my player need to buy and what is provided as part of my registration?
What paperwork is needed in order to register a player?
Go to our Registration Information page to download checklists for all NCPW programs - These checklists will provide you with a complete list of the gear/equipment that is provided and what is needed. As well as the paperwork and needed.
How many days a week does Flag Football Practice?
Flag Football practices one night a week for an hour and half at Maple Grove Elementary School - 601 B SW Eaton Blvd, Battle Ground, WA 98604
When are Flag games usually played?
All Flag games are played on Sunday mornings. Games can start anywhere between the hours of 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM. (Players will need to be at the field one hour prior to game time for warm ups and certifications)
Where are the Flag Football Games held?
All Flag Football games are played at Hockinson Meadows - 10910 NE 172nd Ave, Brush Prairie, WA 98606
How many days a week does Tackle Football Practice?
During the entire month of August players at all levels will practice for two hours, 5 days a week. September 1st, they transition to a two hour, three night a week practice schedule. The 5 day a week practices in August are done so that players have time to learn plays and fundamentals prior to the first game which is late August.
When are Tackle Football Games usually played?
Most Tackle games are played on Sundays. Games can start as early as 8:00 AM and go all day, the younger teams usually play early in the day. (Players will need to be at the field one hour prior to game time for warm ups and weigh ins)
Where are Tackle Football Games held?
Most Tackle Football games rotate between several stadiums in the local area, which include, Battle Ground, Camas, Vancouver and Portland. One or two games will be in Kelso and Seattle.