Football Info

2019 Registration Process - NEW & IMPROVED

We partnered with the City of Plymouth for our registration this year, which streamlines the process for our members. Please follow the steps below:


Prior to being able to register you will need to have a Username and Password for the city of Plymouth recreation. For example, if your child played youth soccer in the city of Plymouth, you would use this password. Otherwise, you'll need to set up a new profile. Follow these steps to confirm and/or set-up your Username and Password:

  1. Go to, select "Recreation" from the left side navigation. 

  2. Click "online registration web page here" at the top of the Recreation page.

  3. Click "Login" under the page header. Enter in your Username and Password

  4. If it lets you in, you are all set and can register when registration goes live on Saturday

  5. If your username or password is denied, do this: 

    • Email Include your first name, last name, address, city, state, zip, email, phone, your child's full name, child's date of birth and child's gender

    • They will reply back to you with next steps for setting up your account

Once you have your Username and Password follow these steps:  

  1. Go to, select "Recreation" from the left side navigation. Click "Online registration web page here" at the top of the Recreation page.

  2. Select "Athletics" under Activity Types. Then select Steeler Football Program or Steeler Cheer Program. When prompted click "Add to Cart". It will be in the bottom left corner

  3. This is where you will log in with your User ID and Password that you have/received from the City 

  4. Fill out the registration questions for your child. Then click "Continue". It will take you to your shopping cart. 

  5. Click "Continue Shopping" to register more Steeler athletes. 

  6. Click "Proceed to Checkout" to pay and finish your registration. 


Cost: $375 annually

Player Conduct

  • Arriving on time for practices and games

  • Bringing all gear to practice/games

  • Listening to instructions

  • Giving full attention to drills

  • Offer positive encouragement to teammates

  • Encouraging less skilled teammates

  • Following the Steelers Values

  • Accepting all decisions of the referees

  • Offering a hand to an opponent after a play

  • Kneeling when there is an Injured player

  • Shaking hands with opponents after a game

  • Congratulating an excellent effort by an opponent


Attendance Policy

You Are Expected to Attend Every Practice!


  • Be at practice on time and ready to practice by 5:30 pm.

  • We practice in all weather heat, cold, rain, snow!  The only exception is if lightening is near.

  • The Head Coach may call a Saturday practice, or a Monday film review meeting, at their discretion.

  • Excused absences are: Educational functions, Religious activities or Illness.

  • Unexcused absences are not tolerated (come to practice and check in).

  • Injured players are expected to attend practice in Street Clothes.

  • One missed practice (excused or unexcused) – Coach has discretion regarding next game playing.

  • Two of more missed practices, player will not play in the following weekend game (subject to review   by the Unit Director).

  • Call Your Team Mom if you will be absent from practice or expect to be late to practice.


2019 Football Practice Schedule 





Watching Players During Practice


Parents are welcome to watch practice.  However, we require that you stay behind the fence adjacent to the tennis courts or watch from the game field stands.

You will not be allowed to watch practice from the tennis court surface or on the practice field.

Abiding to this procedure will allow the coaching staff and athletes to concentrate solely on the players practice without interruption or distraction.


Player Position Assignments

Player Position Assignments are Determined Solely by the Coaching Staff.


Playing Time

The minimum playing time for each player is determined by the number of players officially weighed in and ready to play.  Playing Time Rule:

1. Four (4) plays per half if a team has 30 or more players.

2. Five (5) plays per half if a team has 20-29 players.

3. Six (6) plays per half if a team has 19 or less players.

24 point Game Rule

When a team leads by twenty-four (24) points or more, five (5) designated players from that team shall not play Offense until the score difference is less than 24 points.

Those five (5) designated players can only play Defense while the 24 Point Game Rule is in effect.