Welcome to Rancho Bernardo Pop Warner!

RBPW Midget Football

Welcome to RBPOPWARNER.ORG, the online home of the Rancho Bernardo Pop Warner Broncos!

Located in beautiful San Diego, we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides youth football and cheer programs for children 5 to 16 years of age in the Rancho Bernardo, Carmel Mountain Ranch, 4S Ranch, and surrounding communities. Our programs teach fundamental values, skills, and knowledge that children will use throughout their lives.

Created in 1974, RBPW is a non-profit organization that is part of the Palomar Pop Warner Football and Cheer Conference, and the National Pop Warner Little Scholars Football, Cheer and Dance League. Focused on the young, Pop Warner is one of the oldest youth sports programs in America. Rancho Bernardo Pop Warner assures the community that its children will be offered a fine athletic recreational activity. It also stresses the importance of team play in a safe and structured environment under the supervision of carefully background-checked, screened and trained personnel. Particular emphasis is placed on academics and children are required to maintain an acceptable grade point average before and during their tenure in the league.

Through its Little Scholars Program, Pop Warner offers scholarships to those students that reach preset academic criteria and are consistently in the top percentile of their class. RB Pop Warner consistently has a high percentage of its football and cheer participants qualify for and apply to the Pop Warner All-American Scholar Program. In addition, we have had many of our participants go on to win All-American Scholar status.

We are an organization that takes great pride in our children and their efforts. From our parents to our coaches and support staff, we strive extremely hard to establish the player ethics and team spirit that Pop Warner is all about.

Thank you for visiting RB Pop WarnerGo Broncos!!

FREE Cardiac Screenings at RBHS June 14th

RBHS/EP Free Cardiac Screening

An incredible opportunity is being made available to all of our Pop Warner athletes by the Eric Paredes SaveALife Foundation. This group will be on the RBHS campus on June 14 from 9am-3pm offering free non-invasive cardiac screening for all of our athletes (football and cheer).  While your son or daughter’s pre-participation physical exam goes a long way toward suggesting a potential for cardiac complications, the exam being offered on June 14th can potentially identify undetected abnormalities that if left untreated, could lead to catastrophic events.

We are strongly encouraging all of our RBPW players to attend this free cardiac exam. Let’s protect our children’s hearts! Complete registration details can be found here: RBHS/EP Cardiac Screening Info

2015 Head Football Coaches Announced!

RBPW Coach's Huddle
We are pleased to announce the head football coaches for each level of our 2015 season.  Congratulations to these gentlemen and thank you to all those who interviewed!!

 

DivisionHead Coach
MidgetAl Stein
Jr. MidgetBill Oxidine
Pee WeeKeith Carden
Jr. Pee WeeBrian Underhill
Mitey MiteJesse Campos
Jr. Mitey MiteJosh Gonzales
FlagAdrian Navarro
 We are grateful for our volunteers. GO BRONCOS 2015!

 

RBPW Midget Broncos 2014 D2 Champions

RBPW Midget Football

The 2014 season wrapped up with great success for the RBPW Midget football team.  Head-coached by Al Stein, the Midget football team ended the season by clenching the title of Division 2 Palomar League Champions.  Their final record was 7 wins and 4 losses.

Congrats to all the players and coaches on a job well done!

 

RBPW Cheer Supports 4th Annual Finish Chelsea’s Run

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Rain was not a deterrent for the Rancho Bernardo Pop Warner Cheerleaders as they brought their spirit out to cheer on the more images25V6FO0Xthan 6800 participants at the 4th annual “Finish Chelsea’s Run” event on March 1st.  The event took place in Balboa park  in whatnormally is sunny, San Diego, California.  The run commemorates the life of Chelsea King, a bright, local teen who was kidnapped and slain in the same park that these girls practice in all season.  Despite the tragedy, members of the community bonded together and have chosen to honor this young girl’s life that ended far too soon as she set off for a run that she never completed.  The run is a way that the community has bonded together and shown solidarity by symbolically “finishing” her run and in turn raising money for scholarships for other promising, local youth.