Serving the community since 1955. The objective of the West Hartford Youth Football League is to instill in the youth of the town the principles of good citizenship, sportsmanship, and teamwork through the knowledge of and association in the competitive s
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Next Monthly Meeting - Thursday March 26, 7:00 p.m. / American Legion

Our regularly scheduled WHYFL Monthly Meeting will take place Thursday, March 26 @ 7:00 p.m. (Location: American Legion - Post 96, 45 Raymond Rd - across from Whole Foods)

The meeting is open to all involved in the league (coaches, parents, etc...) We have a full agenda, so please arrive on time.

Feel free to pass this note along to those who may be interested.

Look forward to seeing as many of you as we can!

by posted 02/25/2015
WHYFL Cheerleading Takes 1st place at Warrior Cheerleading Compe

WHYFL Cheerleading Takes 1st place at Warrior Cheerleading Competition

The West Hartford Youth Football cheerleading squad recently made a successful debut at the Windsor High School 15th annual warrior cheerleading competition.  West Hartford’s team consists of 16 girls ages 4-12 that have utilized the skills taught by their coaches and the opportunity given by West Hartford Youth Football to conquer a first place win this past weekend.

The WHYFL cheerleaders will move on to compete in several additional local competitions, including the New England Cheer Open on February 28th at Central Connecticut State University, and the Cheer Sport Nationals on March 29th at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, Massachusetts.

If you are interested in joining the team, the ladies of West Hartford Youth Cheer are always looking for new members to join their 2015/2016 fall and winter cheer season.  Registration and additional information are available at

by posted 02/20/2015
WHYFL 60th Anniversary Celebration / Fundraiser

by posted 01/31/2015
WHYFL All Stars go undefeated vs.Farmington and Southington

WHYFL All Stars go undefeated versus Farmington and Southington

The West Hartford Youth Football League (WHYFL) All Stars recently went undefeated (at all levels) in inter-league games played between the Farmington Valley Mudhog (FVM) All Stars and Southington Valley Midget Football League (SVMFL) All Stars.

The WHYFL All Stars fielded teams at the Pony (12, 13, and 14 year old), Pee Wee (10 and 11 year old), and Mighty Mite (7, 8, and 9 year old) divisions.

The WHYFL Pony All Stars defeated the FVM All Stars 43-14 on Saturday, November 15, 2014 at Hall High School, and also downed the SVMFL All Stars 30-12 on Sunday, November 23, 2014 at Conard High School.

The WHYFL Pee Wee All Stars defeated the FVM All Stars 36-6 on Sunday, November 16, 2014 at Farmington High School, and responded with a repeat defensive performance in a 28-0 victory over the SVMFL All Stars on Sunday, November 23, 2014 at Conard High School.

The WHYFL Mighty Mite All Stars defeated the FVM All Stars 19-6 on Sunday, November 16, 2014 at Farmington High School, and held on for a hard-fought 6-0 victory over the SVMFL All Stars on Sunday, November 23, 2014 at Conard High School.

Congratulations to the 2014 WHYFL All Star teams, which include the following:

2014 WHYFL Pony Division All Stars

Gavin Baker (Wildcats), Pearce Cannon (Eagles), James Cheverier (Raiders), Jimmy Christ (Eagles), Todd Cravedi (Eagles), CJ Dennison (Raiders), Otis Donaldson (Raiders), Jake Garafalo (Eagles), AJ Guevara (Eagles), Dario Laraia (Wildcats), Jeff LaRosa (Eagles), Anthony Mancini (Eagles), Jack McHale (Raiders), Anthony Palace (Eagles), Johnathan Perez (Eagles), David Regan (Eagles), Daquan Shaw (Wildcats), Nolan Tibbal (Wildcats), Mario Volpe (Raiders), Hughie Wells (Wildcats), Valentino West (Chargers), Cam Wilson (Chargers), Zeus Woods (Eagles), and Dequan World (Eagles).

2014 WHYFL Pee Wee Division All Stars

Richie Aponte (Giants), Dominic Bavaro (Colts), Dilon Bent (Patriots), Mason Chabot (49ers), Emmitt Coco (Colts), Drew Currier (Colts), Chris Dowd (Colts), Luke Duzan (Patriots), Divine Edwards (49ers), Colum Flaherty (Colts), Namar Gaynor (Colts), Aiden Guzman (Colts), Jack Kennedy (Giants), Scott LaBranch (49ers), Joey LaSpada (Patriots), Christian Maldonado (Patriots), Robert Parrotta (Patriots), Marcus Ramsey (49ers), Andrew Reicher (49ers), Josiah Rivers (49ers), Max Rodman (Colts), Matthew Schwab (49ers), Rowan Sierra (Giants), Damien Thompsen (Giants), Kevin Tiernan (Giants), and Nicholas Urso (49ers).

2014 WHYFL Mighty Mite Division All Stars

Jack Archambeault (Cowboys), Xavier Burgos (Steelers), Nathaniel Corona (Cowboys), Walker Disque (Cowboys), Matt Farber (Browns), Chase Fountain (Cowboys), Ged Gengras (Jets), Brian Hernandez (Steelers), Dylan Jackson (Steelers), Bruce Jones (Cowboys), Bruce Jones (Cowboys), Grant Kanaga (Steelers), Jaime Kennedy (Cowboys), Simon Levy (Browns), Declan McCann (Cowboys), Jay McNamara (Steelers), CJ Nelson (Cowboys), Christopher Ortiz (Steelers), Michael Parizo (Browns), Jonny Robinson (Jets), Spencer Schwartz (Jets), Bode Smith (Steelers), Trevor Tanis (Cowboys), and Mason Wright (Browns).

by posted 11/25/2014
WHYFL elects 2015 Board of Directors

WHYFL elects 2015 Board of Directors

The WHYFL recently elected its 2015 Board of Directors. Thank you to those volunteers who will help lead our league to a successful 2015 season. The 2015 Board is as follows:

  • President: Ted Mancini
  • Executive Vice President (League Development): John Moran
  • 1st Vice President (Registration): Meg Cersosimo
  • 2nd Vice President (Publicity): John LaSpada
  • 3rd Vice President (Public Relations): Ryan Kennedy
  • 4th Vice President (Equipment): Sean McCann
  • 5th Vice President (By-laws): Chris Redden
  • 6th Vice President (League Matters): Paul McConnell
  • Treasurer: Tim Walsh
  • Secretary (non voting): OPEN

by posted 11/25/2014
WHYFL: Super Bowl Schedules

Eagles, Patriots, and Cowboys win Division Super Bowls

Congratulations to the Eagles, Patriots, and Cowboys, who each won their respective division Super Bowls Sunday afternoon.

The WH #1 seed Eagles defeated the Farmington #3 seed A Squad White 42-13 in the Pony / A Division Super Bowl.

In the Pee Wee Division, the WH #1 seed Patriots defeated the Farmington #3 seed B Squad Blue 34-0.

The WH #1 seed Cowoys defeated the Farmington #1 seed C Squad Black 32-6 to win the Mighty Might Super Bowl.


by posted 11/03/2014
Congratulations Town Champions!

Congratulations 2014 Town Champions

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 West Hartford Championships in each of their respective divisions:

Pony Division

#1 seed Eagles defeat # 2 seed Raiders 34-0

Pee Wee Division

#1 seed Patriots defeat # 2 seed 49ers 14-0

Mighty Mite Division

#1 seed Cowboys defeat #2 seed Steelers 27-19

by posted 11/02/2014
Congratulations to Raffle Winners

Raffle Winners Announced

Congratulations to the following winners of the 2014 WHYFL Raffle. Thank you to all who participated!

$1,000 Visa Gift Card - Jim Lindberg (Ticket No. 0064)

$500 Visa Gift Card - Leslie Rosario (Ticket No. 1985)

$250 Visa Gift Card - Yi Wei (Ticket No. 1972)

$100 Visa Gift Card - Frankie Morales (Ticket No. 1761)

by posted 10/20/2014
WHYFL on WFSB - Thursday 9/18 - 11 p.m.

Check Out WHYFL on WFSB, Channel 3

Miss the broadcast? Click here to view the story on the steps the WHYFL is taking to train both players and coaches.

Link to story.

by posted 09/17/2014
Game Results