Southeast Michigan Youth Athletic League Conference All-Star Team


Conference All-Star

Each AYF National Conference has the opportunity to select from its 8th Grade Players in the post season, an all star team to compete for a title at the AYF National Championships. Conferences interested need to contact the AYF Football Commissioner to commit a Conference All Star Team to the competition.

 The Conference All Star division gives those players in their last year of AYF (whose teams did not qualify for a place at National Championships) a chance to compete on a national stage and create AYF memories to last a lifetime. This division also gives city and event state assembled teams a chance to represent their conference as a force in the national football community.

 The Teams are comprised of 8th Graders and will play in the All-American (unlimited weight) division. Players interested for selection in their Conference All Star team must contact their Conference and follow the locally established all-star selection process. The selection process is determined by the Conference exclusively.


Southeast Michigan Youth Athletic League (SEMYAL) is preparing to select players for our 2014 Southeast Michigan Youth Athletic League Conference All-Star Team.


Players can be selected to this team from their respective age group. The team will consist of no more than 32 players.


Please note that there are expenses incurred by each All-Star family. Examples of those expenses include, but are not limited to, tournament fees, lodging, transportation costs and meals. SEMYAL will provide an away game jersey, game pants, and a home game jersey.  


In order to be considered for an All-Star team, the player must have attended 50% of practices. 



The time and travel commitment is considerable. Practices can start as soon as November 4th as long as it does not interfere with post season team practices.




All players accepted must have an AYF Consent form for medical treatment completed by a parent or legal guardian before participating in All-Star activities.


Any questions, please contact Gregory Floyd (313-701-9370 or