We would like to welcome 3 new organizations,
St. Ann Golden Eagles, Steger Storm and NWI Vipers!
If you want to be the best,
you have to join the best!
Join the best youth football programs in the Southwest Chicagoland Area! If any team is interested in joining the River Valley Youth Football League, please contact Vince Adamo at
Our teams have sent players to various high schools in area:
In 2022, 12 teams made the IHSA playoffs, 5 made the Quarterfilnals, 4 made the Semi-Finals, 3 made the Finals and 1 State Champion!
In 2021, 11 teams made the IHSA playoffs, 7 made the Quarterfilnals, 5 made the Semi-Finals, 1 made the Finals and 2 are State Champions!
Congratulations to all the 2022 Superbowl winners!
||Orland Park Pioneers
||New Lenox Jr. Warriors
||Mt. Greenwood Colts
|| Orland Park Pioneers
Congratulations to our Referee Assignor Tom Hug and his crew, Steve Besse, Pat Geary, Patrick Geary and Jeff Conrad for officiating the upcoming Class 6A IHSA State Championship. Our league appreciates all of our referees and feel we have the best in the State! Good Luck!
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2022 ALL RVYFL CONFERENCE
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2022 Playoff Brackets.
Be sure to select the level you wish to view.
Please arrive early in case the games run fast. Times are estimates. Games begin immediately following the previous game. This does not apply to the first game of the day. Please keep checking this site for time/field changes.
Good Luck to all teams!
The River Valley Youth Football League is proud to partner with Cal's Angels to bring awareness to all Pediatric Cancer. The organizations in our league will either be wearing Gold Stickers/Socks for football players or Gold Ribbons for cheerleaders. The organizations below are conducting a Gold Out Game on the following dates. Family and Friends are encourage to come out those days in recognition of Pediatric Cancer Awareness month with various activities planned. Please come out and support Cal's Angels! Special Thanks goes out to Flavia Moylan, Frankfort Square Wildcat Family Alum and Megan Gertz of Cal's Angels for bring this our our league.
Please reach out to those families that are currently battling this dreadful disease make sure they feel they are not alone! Please remember those that had a courage fight but no longer are with us. This touches every one of our organizations.
September 11th at 10:00am - Frankfort Square Wildcats Home Game
September 17th at 12:00pm - Tinley Park Bulldogs Home Game
September 17th at 12:00pm - Homer Stallions Home Game
September 18th at 10:00am - Frankfort Falcons Home Game
September 18th at 10:00am - New Lenox Jr. Knights Home Game
September 24th at 1:30pm - New Lenox Jr. Warriors Home Game
On Saturday, August 20th, a Football Jamboree will be played with area Varsity football teams for Suicide Awareness. All proceeds will benefit Elyssa's Mission. Games begin at 10:30am at Andrew High School in Tinley Park, IL hosted by the Tinley Park Bulldogs!
Elyssa’s Mission® provides resources to help prevent teen suicide. The community-based organization was founded in 2006 in honor of Elyssa, a bright, gifted and outgoing Chicagoland girl who bravely battled post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. Elyssa’s Mission® provides hands-on support to area public and private schools and community organizations in order to educate students, staff and parents on how to recognize and assist those teens most at-risk. We have educated over 1,000,000 community members since inception. We are currently in over 300 schools throughout the Chicagoland area.
Elyssa’s Mission® funds and implements the evidence-based SOS Signs of Suicide® Program in over 300 middle and high schools in Illinois through our partnership with MindWise Innovations®, a Massachusetts-based organization that pioneered the concept of large-scale mental health screening and education programs.
The SOS Program teaches students to recognize potentially suicidal behavior and how to ACT®:
- Acknowledge the signs of suicide
- Care – Let your friend know you care about him or her
- Tell a trusted adult
Using a DVD and accompanying discussion guide as interactive teaching tools, the SOS program informs teens that depression is a treatable illness, and empowers them to seek help from a trusted adult if they are concerned about themselves or a friend. As a crucial next step, students complete the program’s life-saving screening tool that enables school staff to identify at-risk students and link them to services. We assist with all components of the SOS program including planning, teaching and training for staff and parents. Elyssa’s Mission® is committed to growing its partnerships with schools and their communities to reach our common goal of providing suicide prevention education to our students, staff and parents.
Elyssa’s Mission® is a 501c(3) non-profit organization located at
900 Skokie Blvd., Suite 120, Northbrook, Illinois 60062 (847) 697-9181
Raise Awareness for Pediatric Cancer!
RVYFL 20% OFF SHOP EVENT AT DICK"S SPORTING GOODS
River Valley Youth Football 20% OFF SHOP EVENT
July 22, 2022 – July 25, 2022 (FRIDAY – MONDAY)
STORE LOCATION: Orland Park, Tinley Park & Joliet
Save the date! Our partner, DICK’S Sporting Goods, is offering you a 20% off discount throughout the store to help you gear up for the season! Be sure to use the coupon linked below, as this is specific to our organization. The coupon is valid in-store on the dates above, and should be shown at the register during checkout.
CLICK HERE FOR COUPON
Good Luck to all RVYFL Teams!
Even though the home team is required to report the scores for all games, I would recommend both teams report scores to me to make sure we are always up to date as well as accurate. Please either email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or text me at 815-341-3401. Thank you.
3 ways your child will benefit from playing youth football
Players benefit physically, socially and emotionally from playing football
Football is blue-collar America. It’s working class, working together.
In this game – America’s favorite game – there are no isolation plays that cast a team aside. Nor are there intentional walks to avoid an obstacle.
In life, like in football, the easy route is rarely an option.
The River Valley Youth Football League was recently recognized as part of USA Football. Here is the article, http://bit.ly/Yeq5P5
Please read and share. Let's keep up the good work everyone!
The River Valley Football League is proud to announce that our league has recently joined USA Football. USA Football, the sport’s national governing body, leads the game’s development, inspires participation and ensures a positive experience for youth, high school and amateur players. USA Football hosts more than 80 football training events annually, offering education for coaches and game officials, skill development for players and resources for youth football league administrators. USA Football is the exclusive youth football development partner of the NFL, its 32 teams and the NFL Players Association. An independent non-profit, USA Football was endowed by the NFL and NFL Players Association in 2002, and its members reside in all 50 states. Please visit www.usafootball.com for more info.
Calling all fans! We are trying to accumulate as much history of our Super Bowl winners. Please review our past Super Bowl winners page and help us fill in any missing teams. Also, we can also use a photo of any winning team. If you can't send us a digital photo, please send us a scanned photo.
Please submit all of the above info to Vince Adamo at