Last Updated: October 13, 2017
  • Ridge Road Titans Jr PeeWees Win AYF 2016 D1 National Championship!!
  • DMV Jr. Knights Cadets Win AYF 2016 D2 National Championship!!
  • White Oak Warriors Cadets Win AYF 2016 D1 State Championship
  • Ridge Road Titans Win AYF National Championship!
    D1 Jr. Peewee Division
  • DMV Jr Knights win AYF National Championship

Member Associations

Hyattsville Hawks

Forestville Falcons

Peppermill Pirates

Indian Head Chargers

Lamond Riggs Steelers

Montgomery Village Chiefs

Camp Spring Tigers

Ridge Road Titans

Woodridge Warriors

White Oak Warriors

Oxon Hill Roadrunners

Kentland Columbia Park Dolphins

     Maryland Buccaneers

DMV Knights






Congratulations to the 2016 Capital Beltway League Conference Champions
Division I Division II Unlimited Division
Tiny Mites: 
Lamond Riggs Athletic Association 
Camp Springs Tigers 
Mitey Mites: 
Forestville Falcons

Cadets: (AYF National Champions)
DMV Jr. Knights                                                     

Cadets: (MD State Champions)
White Oak Warriors

Jr. Peewee: 

Lamond Riggs Athletic Association

10U: (MD State Champions)
DMV Jr. Knights
Jr. Peewee: (AYF National Champions)
Ridge Road Youth Coalition


Peppermill Youth Association

Peppermill Youth Association

Jr. Midgets:(MD State Champions)

Lamond Riggs Athletic Association


Camp Springs Tigers

Jr. Midgets: (MD State Champions)
Montgomery Village Sports Association
14u Unlimited: 
Maryland Buccaneers 





Mission Statement

The Capital Beltway League is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit youth football organization, comprised of community based Youth Sports Clubs located in Washington DC and the Prince Georges & Montgomery County areas of Maryland. 

The Capital Beltway League was founded and incorporated in 1969 by Max Cunningham, Dwight Schum and Michael Weed in Montgomery County, Md. Their goal was to combat juvenile delinquency by organizing, establishing, promoting and supporting team sports for youngsters. 

The Capital Beltway League is comprised of volunteers providing competent leadership and positive adult mentors. Our volunteers teach the fundamentals and mechanics of youth football to youths aged between 5 to 14. There is an emphasis on team play, “esprit de corps”, sportsmanship and a healthy competition within the league. 

Our primary objective is to provide the essential guidance and tools necessary to develop positive social values, resilient character traits and to instill a desire and ability to compete fairly, to be courageous in defeat and the humility to win with grace. 

Mike Keys