The Upper Cape Spartans are a non-profit corporation founded in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. A non-profit is owned by no-one and everyone both at the same time. It is a public organization that belongs to the public at-large. The parties responsible to operate the organization for the stakeholders are the members of the board of [...]
On Cape Cod, prior to 2012, a monopoly existed with regards to youth football. If your child was able to meet the age and weight requirements defined by national Pop Warner, your child could play for a town Pop Warner team (Falmouth, Bourne, Mashpee or Sandwich). Unfortunately, many great kids who wanted to play youth [...]
Despite being called the Upper Cape Spartans, the program was founded in Falmouth, Massachusetts and the principle office is in Falmouth. Beginning in the 2015 season, our practices and home games were hosted by the town of Mashpee.
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.
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
UCS e-mails and posts a monthly newsletter during the off-season and weekly starting the first week of August. Updates can be found on our website under news. Any immediate updates are sent out via email by the UCS secretary or president. We also recommend that you become a member of the UCS Facebook Page, found [...]
The UCS has no “volunteer” or “mandatory participation” requirements of parents. The UCS is a community program and is run solely by volunteers. It is the hope of the current Board of Trustees that parents will choose to contribute in the success of the program.
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
Yes, attendance at practice and games is mandatory. Please refer to S.O.P. UCS-01 Attendance for more information on excused and unexcused absences.