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Hatboro Horsham Hawks Football & Cheer

Who are the Hawks?

About the Hawks

The Hawks are a non-profit organization serving the community of Hatboro-Horsham School District. The Hawks were founded in the 1960’s and originally known as the Horsham Huddlers. Over the years many changes have taken place in the game of football but the Hawk’s mission remains the same now as it was in the 60’s when they began. To promote good sportsmanship, build physical skills and encourage mental development through healthy, organized competition and teamwork for 5 through 14 year olds. The program is open to all, and does not restrict membership due to race, religion, gender or ability.

The Hawks are headquartered at Chestnut Creek Park on Lower State Road in Horsham.  The Hawks operate a Clubhouse, Snack Stand, Press Box, Practice and Game Fields on this site.  This is where the teams practice and where Home games are played throughout the season from August through November.  The Game Field is called Worthington Field and the complex in which it resides is known as the Dennis Landis Football Complex. There is a rich history of Hawks Football and Cheerleading.  The Hawks is a completely volunteer driven association and the members and board determine how successful we are through the work and dedication we put into it.  It is all about the kids and providing them with a safe, fun and competitive experience that they can remember for the rest of their lives.

The Hawks is comprised of over 150 participants in Football and Cheer each Fall season and another 80+ boys and girls for our new Spring Flag Football season.  It is our vision to continue growing the program in both Fall and Spring, providing more kids with a chance to enjoy the sports of football and cheer!

Our Mission

The Hawks was founded to promote and sponsor a program of competitive and instructional, age and weight group football and cheerleading, combined with the teaching, training, and supervision of the ideals of sportsmanship, teamwork, scholarship, and development of good character.