RBPW football offers our community’s youth a fun, athletic venue that builds an appreciation for teamwork, leadership and discipline.  Our players not only learn football skills, but they learn life skills that carry on into the classroom and their everyday personal lives.  RBPW Football


Our players compete with kids of similar age and size. Pop Warner is the ONLY youth football program (local, regional and national) that sets and enforces a strict age and weight matrix that reduces the risk and reality of injuries.

In addition, we are proud participants in USA Football’s Heads Up Football certification program. This program is the new standard in football blocking and tackling techniques and ensures that all of our coaches are teaching these skills to be performed in the best and safest way. It is RBPW’s goal to deliver the safest program possible to all our participants.


Under the Pop Warner mandatory play rule, every player is guaranteed a minimum amount of plays per game. There are no try-outs or roster cuts based on skill. Each participant contributes on the game field and is able to experience the thrill of being in the game.  Heads Up Football Partnership


Pop Warner is the only national youth sports organization that requires its participants to perform adequately in the classroom before permitting them to play. Each year, RBPW’s top academic scholars are eligible to apply to the Pop Warner Little Scholars program which offers academic scholarships to eligible applicants.


Youth football is about so much more than just the game. It’s about the life lessons that it teaches us not only about ourselves, but about each other.  The following article from John Harbaugh really expresses why football is an important experience that goes way beyond the play calls and final score:    Why Football Matters


2017 HEAD COACHES:  Contact Garrett Mathews or Adrian Navarro if interested in applying for open positions.

DivisionHead Coach
Jr. VarsityTom Baxter
Pee WeeBrian Underhill
Jr. Pee WeeBrett Durham
Mitey MiteAdrian Navarro
Jr. Mitey MiteChris Jurges
FlagGonzalo Herrera