West Carleton Wolverines

Co-Ed Tackle Football

Tyke Football West Carleton Wolverines Youth Football Club

Tyke Football

The Tyke Program is played by kids 8-9 years old.  In the Wolverines Club we play 6 players a side.  Each player is required to play 4 plays per half.  The field size is reduced and the coach is on the field assisting the kids.

The Tyke Program is a great introduction to football.  We emphasis the basics of throwing, catching, tackling and most of all, having fun.

Each player must learn Safe Tackling. Safe Tackling is taught every year.

Players are properly outfitted in well-maintained equipment.

All coaches are mandated to take the Making Headway in Sport Course and are certified in Football Canada’s Safe Contact Course.

Mosquito Football West Carleton Wolverines Youth Football Club

Mosquito Football

The Mosquito Football Program is played by kids 10-11 years old.  In the Wolverines Club we play 9 players a side.  Each player is required to play 4 plays per half.  The field size is reduced.

A significant number of players in the Mosquito program are new players. We build the basics of throwing, catching, tackling and most of all, having fun. Conditioning is a big part of the Mosquito program, increasing endurance and strength in our players.

Each player must learn Safe Tackling. Safe Tackling is taught every year.

Players are properly outfitted in well-maintained equipment.

All coaches are mandated to take the Making Headway in Sport Course and are certified in Football Canada’s Safe Contact Course.

Peewee Football West Carleton Wolverines Youth Football Club

PeeWee Football

The PeeWee Football Program is played by kids 12-13 years old.  In the Wolverines Club we play 12 players a side.  Each player is required to play 3 plays per half.  The game is played on a full field size.

Many of the players in the PeeWee Program are new to football We build the basics of throwing, catching, tackling and most of all, having fun. There is a large emphasis on conditioning and getting stronger as football players. 

Each player must learn Safe Tackling. Safe Tackling is taught every year.

Players are properly outfitted in well-maintained equipment.

All coaches are mandated to take the Making Headway in Sport Course and are certified in Football Canada’s Safe Contact Course.