Teaching football FUNdamentals to Round Rock area youth...
RRPW offers Flag & Tackle football for participants 5 to 13 years old. The kid's age as of July 31st determines their division. We follow the National Pop Warner guidelines for age/wght requirements in each division (except Flag).
We offer 8 man flag football for kids 5-7 yrs old and this division has no weight requirements. Flag football is a great introduction to prepare kids for the next level of tackle football. The flag division typically has 8 regular season games and 1 season-ending tournament.
We offer 11 man tackle football for kids 5-13 yrs old in five divisions of tackle football - Tiny Mite (TM), Mitey Mite (MM), Jr Pee Wee (JPW), Pee Wee (PW) & Jr Midget (JM). Each tackle division has strict age/wght requirements to reduce risk of injuries and create more balanced competition. All tackle divisions typically have 8 regular season games. MM, JPW, PW & JM are allowed post season games with bowl games or playoff games.
Note: TM & MM are instructional training divisions and have special rules in place to assist with the development of these young athletes.
Home games are at Cedar Ridge High School Stadium. Away games are at various communities in Central Texas. The season schedules will be provided by Central Texas Pop Warner as soon as they are completed. The regular season opens on Labor Day weekend and lasts through mid-November.
Players are assigned on first-come-first-serve basis. RRPW does not conduct a “draft” or “try-out” to make a team.
National Pop Warner prohibits any teams practicing prior to August 1st. All RRPW teams practice together behind Stony Point High School. The Head coach will set the practice time and days for the team, however, all practices must be attended by a board member. National Pop Warner regulates the maximum number and length of practices for each division. A week is defined as Monday through Sunday.
Flag – Prior to school starting, practices are limited to 4 days per week, not to exceed 2 hours each practice. After school begins, practices are limited to 3 days per week, not to exceed 1 ½ hours each practice.
Tackle - Each participant must have the first week of practice is devoted to conditioning without full pads, however, helmets are permitted. Before Labor Day, teams may not practice more than 10 hour per week, not to exceed 2 ½ hours each. After Labor Day, teams may not practice more than 6 hours per week, not to exceed 2 hours each.Special Note: Break time does not count toward practice. A mandatory 10 minute break is required after each hour of practice.