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Texas Youth Football Association (TYFA)
TYFA was founded in 1995 and is a Non-Profit 501C3.
The mission of TYFA is to provide young athletes with opportunities to compete and win at some of the highest levels of youth football and cheer in an environment free from discrimination and prepare these athletes for lifelong contributions to society; to embrace equality, academic achievement, and diversity through competition of the sport.
TYFA’s vision is to serve as a catalyst for stimulating Football and Cheer in the State of Texas and to play a major role in unifying all the leagues in Texas under one set of rules.
TYFA is one of the largest independent Leagues in the country; the largest in Texas.
TYFA has Chapters in Austin, El Paso, Houston, Killeen, the Rio Grande Valley, San Antonio, and West Texas. In addition, numerous small towns in the surrounding areas of those cities are part of TYFA.
The Permian Basin Youth Football League, PBYFL, is a non-profit youth football league that was in 2011. The PBYFL is a Christian based league with our motto being “First Things First,” meaning we put Christ first in all that we do. Our mission is to introduce the basic fundamentals of football and cheer, all while instilling good Christian values in our youth. It is our goal to provide a memorable and positive experience for all of our players, cheerleaders, and parents alike.
In July 2015, the PBYFL acquired the “Rec” league of Big Springs, Coahoma, Forsan, and surrounding areas. We are happy to announce the expansion of the PBYFL in both of these areas and hope to continue to move forward in future growth.
In the beginning of 2016, the PBYFL joined hands with The Boys and Girls Club in order to continue our expansion of making West Texas Youth Football the best it has ever been. We are pleased to be able to say that, we as a board, are truly seeing God’s hands work for us in the opening of doors that we once thought couldn’t be done.
Since partnering with The Boys and Girls Club PBYFL/BGCO has experienced rapid growth. Approaching the 2020 Fall season PBYFL/BGCO now has 15 organizations, spanning all over the West Texas region.