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|KidSport is a national non-profit organizations that gets kids off the sidelines and into the game by helping overcome the financial barriers that prevent some young people from participating in organized sport. Through an application process, local KidSport chapters provide grants to help with the cost of registration fees for kids under the age of 18 years. KidSport also helps to ensure that a child has the proper equipment to participate by partnering with The Brick Sport Central- a local non-profit organization that collects, refurbishes and redistributes sports equipment to kids in need.|
|Jumpstart is a national charity with a commitment to local communities. Organized sports connect kids to their communities. Canadian Tire Corporation recognized this and makes sure that money raised stays where it is donated. Canadian Tire Corporation is Jumpstart’s biggest supporter as it funds all the general administrative expenses of Jumpstart, which means 100% of customer donations go directly to help kids in need.|
The Edmonton Chargers Football Club is a member of the Capital District Minor Football Association (CDMFA).
Officials for CDMFA games are provided by the Edmonton Football Officials Association (EFOA).
The EFOA also provides officials for the Edmonton Wildcats and the Edmonton Huskies of the Prairie Football Conference in the Canadian Junior Football League as well as the CIS's University of Alberta Golden Bears and the CFL's Edmonton Eskimos.
|The Edmonton Eskimo Football Club is the most successful franchise of the Canadian Football League modern era. Founded in 1949, the team, known for their Green and Gold colours, are 14-time Grey Cup champions, including the historic five-in-a-row from 1978 to 1982. Through our unwavering commitment to integrity, accessibility and passion, the Edmonton Eskimos deliver a sports and entertainment experience worthy of champions. As a community-owned team, we strive to make a positive and meaningful impact in the community and are committed to the development of amateur football across Northern Alberta.|
|The University of Alberta Golden Bears and Pandas Athletics is one of Canada's premier intercollegiate programs. U of A competes in U SPORTS, and is home to 24 teams and over 500 Student-Athletes. The U of A competes in the sports of Basketball, Cross-Country, Curling, Football, Golf, Ice Hockey, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling.|
|The Edmonton Wildcats Football Club can be traced to the formation of the Alberta Junior Football League. The four teams of that inaugural autumn of 1948 were the Edmonton Maple Leafs (now the Edmonton Wildcats), Edmonton Southside Athletics, Calgary Westend Tornados, and Calgary Northhill Blizzard. The original team colors were green and gold until 1958.|
|The Edmonton Huskies are a Canadian Junior Football team based in Edmonton, Alberta. The Huskies play in the six-team Prairie Football Conference, which itself is part of the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) and competes annually for the national title known as the Canadian Bowl. The Huskies were founded in 1954.|
|Catch up on all the action throughout the CFL at the Canadian Football League's official site.|
|As part of the CDMFA we are also affiliated with Football Alberta. Football Alberta is the Provincial Sport Governing Non-Profit Association For All Amateur Football in Alberta. The Mission of Football Alberta is to develop, promote, coordinate, regulate and foster the growth of all aspects of amateur football in Alberta. Our aim is to establish an administrative structure which will provide programs and services to accomplish this stated objective and mission.|
|Football Canada is the National Governing Body of Canadian Amateur Football, which represents tackle, touch and flag components including players, coaches, officials and administrators.|
|The Canadian Junior Football League is a national amateur Canadian football league consisting of 18 teams playing in five provinces across Canada. |
The CJFL is proudly Canadian and we take pride in our past, present, and future.
|U Sports football is the highest level of amateur play of Canadian football and operates under the auspices of U Sports (formerly Canadian Interuniversity Sport). Twenty-seven teams from Canadian universities are divided into four athletic conferences, drawing from the four regional associations of U Sports: Canada West Universities Athletic Association, Ontario University Athletics, Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec, and Atlantic University Sport. At the end of every season, the champions of each conference advance to semifinal bowl games; the winners of these meet in the Vanier Cup national championship.|
|We have no affiliation at all with the San Diego Chargers but we'd be remiss if we didn't provide a link to our favourite NFL team here|