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About Westonka Youth Football

Westonka Youth Football (WYF) is a volunteer organization operated through Westonka Community Education and Services. WYF is dedicated to offering young players an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of football and the value of teamwork in a safe and fun environment. Our program begins in Kindergarten with a developmental skills program that runs through 2nd grade. Flag football begins in 3rd grade and runs through 4th grade. Tackle football begins in 5th grade and ends in 6th grade. We are committed to providing an opportunity for as many youth as possible to participate in football.

3rd and 4th grade flag football participate in the Westonka Flag Football League. 5th and 6th grade tackle football participate in the WCHS Area Football League which consists of teams from Delano, HLWW, Rockford, Waconia, Watertown-Mayer, and Westonka.

WYF focuses on the development of the player's:

  • Sense of Achievement
  • Leadership Skills
  • Sense of Teamwork
  • Positive Self-image
  • Social Skills
  • Character


The definition of sportsmanship is conduct considered fitting for a player, coach, spectator, and referee, including observance of the rules of fair play, respect for others, and graciousness in winning and losing.

When we are standing on the field whether it is as a player, parent, coach or spectator, we must all remember the definition of sportsmanship and show our players as well as the other spectators, parents, and coaches that we, as Westonka Football, know what Sportsmanship means.