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Getting to the Pop Warner Super Bowl:

The road to the National 
Championship is a long one for the football players, cheerleaders and dancers of 
the Pop Warner Little Scholars program.

Players begin practicing on 
August 1 in preparation for their season openers, usually held during the last 
week in August or first week in September. A participant can be considered 
eligible for the season when he/she has met the four basic criteria for 
participation: A candidate must provide proof of age, parental consent, a 
medical examination, and academic fitness.

What makes Pop Warner unique as 
an organization is our commitment to academic excellence among our participants. 
A participant must maintain a 2.0 Grade Point Average/70 percent in school in 
order to participate during the season.

If a child doesn’t reach the 
2.0/70% requirement, a Scholastic Eligibility Form is filled out by that child’s 
school to determine whether or not the PWLS program is beneficial for him/her. 
Once this is determined, the child’s grades are monitored throughout the season. 
Our objective is to build sound minds and bodies for our leaders of 
tomorrow.

A football team plays a 7 to 9 
game schedule and at the end of the regular season, usually during the last week 
in October, a team prepares for league playoffs. Playoff games are only for the 
Junior Peewee, Peewee, Junior Midget, Midget, Junior Bantam and Bantam levels. 
We do not have playoffs at our Mitey-Mite level.

ROAD TO THE SUPERBOWL:

Once a league champion has been 
decided and a team has won the right to participate in regional championships, 
all report cards are verified to ensure that all the players are academically 
eligible. Those teams that win at the regional championships are invited to 
Disney’s Wide World of Sports™ to compete for a national championship in their 
division.

In 2000, more excitement was 
added to Pop Warner football when a Division II national championship was added 
and in 2005, Pop Warner began crowning overall Divsion I champions for Jr. Pee 
Wee, Pee Wee & Jr. Midget.

In 2010, Pop Warner completed its 
progression of Division II by crowning a national champion in all four divisions 
for the first time in program history.

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East Georgia Pop Warner

Andrea Smock, League President
Grovetown, Georgia 30813

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 706-829-2369
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