Rhode Island Preteen Football and Cheer
 Notice: Rhode Island Pre-Teen is happy to welcome the newest member of the family, the Oakwood Raiders. We start our 2017 season 9 teams strong - RI Pre-Teen just keeps growing!!! Rhode Island Pre-Teen will be accepting new teams for our 2018 season.  If you are interested or have questions, please use the "contact us" section of the web page and send us a note. All questions and inquries will be promptly replied to. We are unlimited weights at all levels.  We remain aged based and will continue to ensure that any organization that is part of RI Pre-Teen travels together on any given Sunday.  We are focused on our families and want to make their experience in Youth Football and Cheer as pleaseant and easy as possible.  

Welcome to the new home of the RI Pre-Teen Football and Cheer Association! We are actively working on adding content to this site, so please check back frequently, as we will be adding a schedule of upcoming games, a list of member teams, as well as timely game cancellations and notifications.

We thank you for your patience!

-RI Pre-Teen Football and Cheer Association

Our Mission

RI Pre-Teen Football and Cheer Association is not affiliated with any National football or cheerleading organization.  We have long thought that we can serve the children of RI best by tailoring our rules based on the children we have here.  Many National organizations tailor their rules to fit all he children throughout the nation in order to have National Championships.  While National Competitions are ok, it simply requires that all participating organizations play under the same National Rules in order that a few towns can fairly compete for titles. RI Pre-Teen Football and Cheerleading rules are based on the NFHS rule book with a few variations in order to fit our age groups.

Each organization in R.I Preteen is run independently and have their own board and bylaws, so issues at the organization level are handled by them.

RI Pre Teen has a standing relationship with Football University to participate in a national championship, which is held at the Alamo Dome annually.  This event is associated with the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, as seen on national television. Football University also provides valuable camps to teach our players the techniques necessary to develop their talent for the future.

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