Registration Now Open for 2018-19 Madison Junior Football, Cheerleading

Madison junior football is a USA Football-recommended program. Credits: USA Football

Madison Junior Football, a member of the Morris County Youth Football League, and the Madison junior cheerleading squad have opened registration for the 2018-19 year. 

Registration fees are as follows:

  • Tackle football - $190
  • Flag football - $140
  • Cheerleading - $50 

Click here to begin the football or cheerleading registration process. All equipment is provided, with the exception of cleats and athletic supporters. A $25 discount is available for the registration of multiple players, with a family maximum of $400.

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Those interested in learning more about football safety can attend a parent safety meeting on Tuesday, June 12 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Madison Community House gymnasium, 25 Cook Ave. 

Madison Junior Football is a USA Football-recommended program, and all coaches are USA Football certified. For more information, email Tom Leck, president of Madison Junior Football, at with questions or visit Morris County Youth Football League online.

To learn more about the cheerleading program, contact Kristin Carfano via email at

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