Last Updated: May 27, 2015

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Please send all football registration forms & a COPY of your child's Birth Certificate to the following address:

North Allegheny Tiger Pride Football Club

P.O. Box 87

Ingomar, PA



Equipment Pick up will be    Monday July 13th


August 3rd first practice with pads


August 22nd First Game


No games scheduled Labor Day weekend


October 24th semi finals


October 17th first round of playoffs



October 31st Super Bowl



 Tiger Pride Families-

I would like to introduce myself, my name is Michael Gavlik and I have the privilege and honor of being the new president for the North Allegheny Tiger Pride Organization. I am writing today to announce that our football and cheerleading programs will be playing in a new football league in the fall of 2015 and will discontinue membership in the G19. The new league is the United Youth Football League which will allow Tiger Pride to compete in the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh. The members of the organization are Shaler, Mars, Pine Richland, Hampton, Knoch, Butler, Seneca Valley-North and North Allegheny. An opportunity arose to join this set of playing partners and after considering the advantages we felt as a board this was the right time to join our neighbors in the north. 

This move does change age groupings for football, they are as follows:
Age 6, 7, 8
Age 9 - 10
Age 11-12

We are beginning preparations for the upcoming season and will open registration on March 15 2015. Please look for future communications regarding camps sponsored by Tiger Pride and don’t forget to register.

Best regards,

Michael A. Gavlik, President
North Allegheny Tiger Pride

Baseline Head Injury Testing


Through our affiliation with UPMC Sports Medicine, Tiger Pride is now offering the opportunity to utilize ImPACT concussion baseline testing at a cost of $20.00 per athlete. This computer based online test is a series of memory and reaction questions that help establish a baseline of normal cognitive function. The baseline test will then be used as part of a comprehensive clinical evaluation to determine recovery following concussion. It should be noted that this test does not prevent concussions or determine if your son or daughter is predisposed to a concussion. The test is simply one more tool that can be used to determine if your son or daughter can safely return to play following a concussion.

This test is not mandatory, but it is strongly encouraged. Likewise, if your son or daughter were to sustain a concussion during the season I would strongly encourage him or her to seek medical care from the UPMC Sports Medicine or other concussion experts. Additional information regarding the concussion program is available on the Sports Medicine website at the address below.

Appointments for the ImPACT concussion baseline test can be made by calling UPMC Sports Medicine at 412-432-3775.