• Ridge Road Jr Peewee win 2nd in the Nation
    Ridge Road Titans
  • Citylife Raptors 11u win 3rd place National Trophy
  • White Oak Warriors 3-peat AYF Nat'l Champions!!
    Jr. Midgets
  • MV Cadets win Back2Back Nat'l Championships!!
    Hail Chiefs
  • Peppermill Mitey Mites win National Championship!
    Go Pirates!!
  • White Oak Peewee win AYF Natl Championship
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Member Associations


City Life Raptors

DMV Knights

Forestville Falcons

Maryland Buccaneers

Maryland Raiders

Montgomery Village Chiefs

Peppermill Pirates

Ridge Road Titans

Rosedale Tigers

Southeast Tarheels

Southern Maryland United

Laurel Wildcats

     White Oak Warriors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Congratulations to the 2019 Capital Beltway League AYF Conference Champions
D1 National Divison  D1 Unlimited Division  
Tiny Mites:  (MD State Champion)
Rosedale Tigers
6U:  
Montgomery Village Chiefs
 
Mitey Mites: (MD State Champion) AYF National Champion!
Peppermill Pirates
7U:       
Citylife Raptors
Cadets: (MD State Champion) AYF National Champion!
Montgomery Village Chiefs
8U:  
Citylife Raptors
   
Jr. Peewee: (MD State Champion) AYF National Runner up
Ridge Road Titans
9U:  

Peewee:  (MD State Champion) AYF National Champion
White Oak Warriors
10U:  
Citylife Raptors

 

Jr. Midgets:    AYF National Champion
White Oak Warriors
11U:      AYF National 3rd Place Champion
Citylife Raptors


12U:  
Citylife Raptors
  13U:  
Montgomery Village Chiefs
   

 

 

 

 


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
Chairman