'12 Rumble In The Thumb
2012 U12 Champion Port Huron Patriots
'11 Rumble In The Thumb
2011 U12 Champion Port Huron Patriots








2018 online registration is now closed


2018 online registration is now closed

2018 online registration is now closed

Email for possible registration/waiting list. Limited spots are available

Max. Ball carrier weights:

  • Freshmen-90 pounds
  • J.V.-120 pounds
  • Varsity-140 pounds (13 year olds-125 pounds)
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the cost?

A: Football cost $175 and includes, Helmet, shoulder pads, game jersey, game pants, socks, & belt. Helmet and shoulder pads are turned in at seasons end.

Cheer cost $165 and includes, skirt, shell, wind suit.

Q: I created an account and registered my son/daughter online, what's the next step?

A: You and your son/daughter MUST attend one of the sizing dates, and bring the proper documents requested/listed in your confirmation email.

Q: When does practice start?

A: First day teams are eligible to practice is July 31st.

Q: How many days a week do you practice?

A: Most teams practice 3-4 days per week until the games start, then 2-3 day per week.

Q: Where do we practice?

A: Practice time and location is decided by your teams coaches, but will likely be at PHHS, PHN, Central MS, Ft.Gratiot MS, or Thomas Edison.

Q: When and where are the games played?

A: Games are played on Saturday's starting August 26th. Games are played at 9:00, 10:30, 12:00, 1:30, and 3:00, (schedules will be provided with your actually game time) Games are played at Anchor Bay, Algonac, Cros-Lex, Port Huron, Richmond, and Yale.

Q: I am interested in coaching/helping where can I apply?

A: All interested in coaching/volunteering must complete the online Coach/Volunteer form found in the "Register Online" at the top left of our page. Applications will be reviewed, pending our background process, and applicants will be contacted by a PHYF repersentative after final registration.

Q: With all concerns with safety/concussions, how do I know my son/daughter is in "good hands"?

It is mandatory that all PHYF coaches/volunteers complete the CDC concussion awareness course. All football coaches are USA Football "Heads Up" certified, which ensures proper tackling techniques/drills are taught. All coaches must pass a criminal background check.



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Contact Us

Email: porthuronyouthfootball@yahoo.com