Absolutely. If the Upper Cape Spartans are the nearest American Youth Football association, you're welcome to register with us. If we discover there is an association that is closer for your family, we will put you in touch with the appropriate representatives of that association.
Mandatory parent meetings are held just before the season begins. During the meeting, the required paperwork is collected to include medical release forms / birth certificates, parent contracts and report cards. It is extremely important to attend one of the mandatory parent meeting dates as failure to appear will void your registration. Families that are [...]
Due to high demand to participate in the Upper Cape Spartans Youth Football & Cheerleading program, registration is handled on a first-come first-served basis. The maximum number of football players that may be on a single team is 36. When registration numbers for a single team exceeds 36, subsequent registrants are placed on the waiting [...]
No. We do not collect a deposit for the equipment that we issue for the season. We do however; require that you sign a contract stating that you received the equipment and that you will return it in good, usable condition. Should the equipment suffer damage from negligence or abuse, you will be responsible for [...]
No. We do not collect a deposit for volunteer hours or require that anyone volunteer in our organization if they do not have a desire to. We want you to get involved, but won't force or coerce you into it.
You can register on our website by clicking the following link: http://www.uppercapespartans.com/register-now/ Registration for the 2015 season is completely free. Yes, you read that right. Learn more on the registration page.
Serving as the only American Youth Football program on Cape Cod, allows us to accept players from any town on the Cape. Most of our participants come from Falmouth, Mashpee and Bourne. We do have some families that come from as far away as Centerville to play for us.
You may contact a member of the Board of Trustees. You can call 1.855.4.UCS.AYF or you may email us at info@UpperCapeSpartans.com
Yes. UCS has a parent and player standard of conduct which can be downloaded Add. UCS-00. All of our policies and guidelines are available for download on our documents page
Cheerleaders are assigned based on age, experience and team structure considerations, such as the number of girls in a particular age group (if one team is oversized and the next level up is undersized, some of the older girls might be moved up to balance the squads), family considerations (keeping siblings at the same level [...]