Earlier today the City of Miami Gardens awarded the National Youth Football League of America-Florida Youth Football League the five Miami Gardens programs in both football & cheer.
The Florida Youth Football League kicks off it’s inaugural year with 15 programs within the Dade & Broward counties.
The following teams will be part of South Florida’s newest youth football league, with the possibility of even more teams joining prior to the beginning of the season.
1.) Ft. Lauderdale Hurricanes
2.) N.W. Broward Raiders
3.) Ft. Lauderdale Falcons
4.) Swabjaa Cyclones
5.) Athletic Rattlers
6.) Carol City Chiefs
7.) Lauderdale Lakes Eagles
8.) Broward Seahawks
9.) Pompano Tigers
10. Northside Panthers
11. Miami Gardens Ravens
12. Miami Gardens Vikings
13. Miami Gardens Cowboys
14. Miami Gardens Bulldogs
15. Miami Gardens Rams
Florida Youth Football League representative, Martin Maultsby said, “This is a great opportunity for the kids and community of Miami Gardens as a whole to be a part of something so exciting as this.”
In an earlier interview with international rap star, Flo Rida said, “Our vision has always been to reach and impact kids beyond the game of football. This league will be vehicle to inspire and motivate our next generation.”
The announcement of the Miami Gardens programs joining the Florida Youth League has sent a buzz around the entire youth sports community.
Just as of today, Terry Joseph, Northside Panthers president informed Generation Nexxt that they will be joining the newly founded Florida Youth Football League.
As Generation Nexxt stated earlier this off season, the landscape of youth football in South Florida has forever changed.
Be sure to stay tuned at Generation Nexxt for the youth football shift in powers!