Super Bowl XLII in Arizona will mark the 20th anniversary of the NFL Youth Football Clinics. Created by former Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver Nat Moore, the clinic typically invites 3,200 kids aged 7-14 to clinics where NFL players present an education and drug awareness program, sign autographs, teach the children the fundamentals of their position, and stress important motivational messages. At the conclusion of the clinics the children receive official NFL merchandise as a memento of the event.
In light of 20th anniversary of the program, our goal is to reach 20,000 Arizona boys and girls, as well as Special Olympics Arizona athletes. The Arizona Super Bowl XLII Host Committee, along with the Arizona Cardinals invite elementary and middle schools, youth sport programs and community youth organizations to participate in interactive football zones and drills.
Our next clinics are:Tuesday, October 30, 2007 at Lattie Coor School, Avondale School District **Time: 9am-1pm
Thursday, November 1, 2007 at Desert Thunder School, Goodyear, AZ
**Time: 9am – 1pm
Thursday, November 8, 2007 at Michael Anderson School, Avondale, AZ
*Time: 9am – 1pm
*(Clinics are Full)
Click here for a scheudle of upcoming clinics
For more information contact: James Winfrey - NFL Youth Football Clinic Coordinator at 480-362-4236 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
• All clinics are offered at no charge
• For boys and girls ages 7 – 14 and Special Olympics Arizona athletes
• Non-contact drills and interactive zones
• Basic football lessons in a safe and fun environment with an emphasis on health and wellness
• Clinics to take place throughout Arizona from July 28, 2007 to January 27, 2008.
• Current and former NFL Players, NFL staff and local volunteer coaches will instruct participants
• Autograph signings
• Participants receive NFL merchandise as a memento of the event
Stay tuned to azsuperbowl.com often to get more information about future NFL Youth Football Clinics presented by Safeway.