Since 1975 the Pinecrest Pilots Youth Football & Cheerleading Organization has emphasized a strong focus around providing a fun, safe and learning environment where kids can develop their Football and Cheerleading Skills. As of 2013 we are now a proud member of the Tri-County Youth Football & Cheerleading Conference.
The TCYFCC was created by 14 highly respected and successful youth tackle football and cheerleading organizations in Hillsborough, Polk, and Pasco Counties on the west coast of Florida to provide a safe, secure, competitive, and fun environment for our children to learn tackle football and cheerleading. It shall always be the goal of TCYFCC to:
1. Provide children an opportunity for fun and enjoyment through a football and cheerleading program
2. Develop good sportsmanship and physical fitness
3. Teach skills and techniques of the game of football and the sport of cheer
TCYFCC shall always promote “SAFETY FIRST” play, by conducting and promoting only programs with strict controls over age, weight, equipment, and the behavior of participants, coaches, and spectators. All of the adults involved in our leagues must be certified by HIllsborough County, and receive training in CPR, first aid, and concussion awareness. TCYFCC stresses sportsmanship and academic success. Our inexperienced boys and girls receive personal basic instruction, and our veterans learn the advanced techniques of football and cheer. Our season runs from mid-July until the end of November, culminating with our football Super Bowl and Cheerleading Championships.To learn more abouth TCYFCC, scores, standings, and schedules visit the TCYFCC website.
TCYFCC leagues are divided into two divisions: the "American Division" and the "National Division", each consisting of seven teams, and play in one Jamboree game and ten (10) regular season games. Two playoff games follow, culminating with the Conference Super Bowl game. See the conference schedule for details.
Practice begins in July 15 and the season ends Saturday, November 23, 2013, with the Super Bowl hosted by the Brandon Cowboys.