Last updated : Friday, 24 November 2023
About the Badger Central League
The Badger Central League is an amateur football league in Wisconsin. It was founded in 1985 and currently has over 100 teams participating. The league is divided into two divisions: the Youth Division (ages 4-12) and the Middle School Division (ages 13-14).
The league's mission is to provide a safe and fun environment for kids to learn and play football. The league emphasizes sportsmanship and teamwork, and all players are required to wear helmets and pads.
The Badger Central League is a member of USA Football, the national governing body for youth football. The league follows USA Football's rules and safety guidelines.
The Badger Central League is divided into two divisions: the Youth Division and the Middle School Division. The Youth Division is further divided into two age groups: the Flag Football Division (ages 4-6) and the Tackle Football Division (ages 7-12).
The Middle School Division is divided into two divisions: the 7th Grade Division and the 8th Grade Division.
Each division has a regular season and a playoff tournament. The regular season consists of 6-8 games per team. The playoff tournament is single-elimination.
Rules and Safety
The Badger Central League follows USA Football's rules and safety guidelines. All players are required to wear helmets and pads.
The league also has a zero-tolerance policy for illegal hits and other forms of misconduct.