Home of the Paradise Jr. Bobcats, located in Paradise, CA.
THANK YOU to the many businesses and individuals who help make Junior Football in Paradise possible! Please click on the Sponsors tab above or on the link to the left to find those who generously contribute to PJF and help make the Youth Football experience affordable for all. We ask that you show your appreciation by patronizing these businesses whenever possible.
The Town of Paradise, incorporated in 1979, is nestled in the foothills of Northern California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains and sits astride a ridge top with elevations ranging from 2,000 to 2,800 feet above the valley floor.
We are a community that loves our children and the game of football.
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The Northern Conference Division I Paradise Junior Football Bobcats are proud to represent Sacramento Youth Football.
SYF is a physical fitness program that creates an atmosphere conducive to the development of mind and character. Our program presents, to each adult affiliated with us, a unique opportunity to share in the molding of youth. Self-discipline properly taught on the football field by a SYF coach can be a major factor in turning a youth’s life from self-indulgence to meaningful self-respect, respect for the rights of others and respect for the law.
The lessons of life so readily adaptable from the football field can complement the work of the home, the church and the school in molding young people. Discipline helps to teach youngsters that it is okay to refrain from smoking, to get good grades, to eat a proper diet, to practice good sportsmanship and to keep themselves physically fit. All of this takes place in the context of youngsters playing SYF Football!
SYF enables youth to develop a sense of pride in their community. The program emphasizes school performance, competent coaching, adequate equipment and medical precautions, combined to establish a sound youth football program. A victory recorded by a game score is a short-term accomplishment and will soon be forgotten. Lessons contributing to character development learned on the gridiron can serve as valuable guidelines for life. Youths who can block and tackle, who have the proper attitude, and who are willing to work hard scholastically and physically are the ideal graduate from SYF.
SYF believes that all participants must concentrate their efforts on preparing themselves to work hard in the classroom as well as on the football field. This is done when all parents, coaches, and any others affiliated with SYF instill in players that success comes from teamwork, accepting personal responsibility, and good sportsmanship at school and on the field.
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