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Cleveland Browns Youth Football

With youth football providing year-round programming for players, coaches, officials and parents, the Cleveland Browns continue to evolve as a development leader for the game of football. Through camps, clinics and other football-based initiatives, the Browns strive to provide quality programs to ensure the youth of today are involved with the sport for generations to come.

Middle School Speed, Skill & Strength Clinic

The Cleveland Browns Middle School Speed, Skill, & Strength Clinic is designed to provide 13-14 year olds with programming designed specifically for their ability and skill level. During the two-day camp, athletes learn the basics of movement, strength training, as well as proper position specific techniques and forms. To view results from the 2013 clinic, click the icon.

The Cleveland Browns Football Camp will help kids 7-12 years old sharpen their skills as they in every aspect of the game. The 2013 camp will feature two sessions: June 10-12 and June 17-19.

The Cleveland Browns Future Stars Camp presented by Medical Mutual of Ohio will help kids, ages 5-7, learn the basics about the great game of football. The 2013 Future Stars Camp is sold out.

Youth Football Grant Program

The Cleveland Browns Youth Football Grant program gives youth football leagues the opportunity to apply for funding for the upcoming season. Ten $1,000 grants will be awarded through this program. To apply, click the icon.

Achievement Centers Cleveland Browns Adapted Football

Children and young adults with special needs will return to the fields beginning mid-May. Saturday practices and games will be held in Cuyahoga Falls, Bedford and Strongsville.  Registrations, limited to 120 players, are being accepted now, along with applications for volunteers to help as coaches, referees and other positions. For more information click on the icon.

Every year, millions of boys and girls from around the country take part in the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition. Punt, Pass & Kick is a national skills competition for boys and girls to complete separately against their peers in punting, passing and place kicking. The NFL wants every child to be given an equal opportunity to compete, so there is no registration fee or purchase required for any participant to enter.

Girls and Boys in five separate age divisions (6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, and 14-15) compete against each other in punting, passing and place kicking.

So what are you waiting for!! To find out more about Punt, Pass & Kick visit www.nflppk.com

USA Football

USA Football was endowed by the NFL and NFL Players Association in 2002 and is composed of members – youth coaches, league commissioners and game officials – residing in all 50 states. USA Football is the Official Youth Football Development Partner of the NFL and NFLPA.

For more information, visit www.usafootball.com

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