On Sat., June 25, boys and girls ages 5 to 14 from the Orange Bowl Youth Football Alliance in South Florida are invited to attend the NCAA Football Youth Clinic hosted by the Orange Bowl, a free half-day clinic of football skills and drills training at Florida International University. Participants will have the opportunity to meet and work with college football coaches and student-athletes; run offensive, defensive and agility drills; learn proper techniques to promote on-field football safety; and learn about the importance of character development and good sportsmanship.
“The NCAA Football Youth Initiative is an incredible program and we are proud to partner with them for the third consecutive year in hosting a youth clinic,” said Eric Poms – CEO, Orange Bowl Committee. “Providing hundreds of kids the memorable opportunity to work with top collegiate coaches and student-athletes, this program delivers on our mission to help local youth on and off the field. We look forward to increased participation and attendance this year.”
“Learning football fundamentals, proper technique and safety is essential to youth football players’ success on the field,” said Bob Vecchione – chair, NCAA Football Youth Initiative Committee. “NCAA Football youth clinics provide an opportunity for young athletes to learn these valuable skills and more importantly, to learn the invaluable character-building and sportsmanship lessons needed to be successful off the field.”
Registration is now open for the NCAA Football Youth Clinic hosted by Orange Bowl. For more information or to register, please visit www.ncaafootballclinics.com.