ATLANTA, GA (January 25, 2022) – The Northside Youth Organization and Youth Passing League (YPL) have announced a strategic partnership to jointly operate a travel 7v7 football program at NYO. The new program will launch with tryouts January 30th. The offseason 7v7 season will be played February through April and will offer competitive teams for age groups 12U – 18U. The program will also offer skill training and camps for younger age groups.
This new 7v7 non-contact football program will be called “ATL”. The ATL Red Devils will be an extension of the current NYO recreational programs and allows NYO to offer a full pathway for the Buckhead football community. YPL has operated an offseason football program for recreational players over the past nine years and will bring their infrastructure and expertise under the NYO “ATL” umbrella.
Both organizations are committed to building upon the existing non-contact football foundation that is in place and use the strengths and resources of each organization to enhance the experience for our football families.
The new 7v7 football program will operate under the NYO Board of Directors.
ATL Red Devils Tryout Information
- Age Groups
- Tryouts will be Sunday, 1/30, at Hammond Park
- 18U-15U: 2:00-3:30 pm
- 14U-12U: 2:30-4:00 pm
- Tryout fee: $25
About Northside Youth Organization and Youth Passing League (YPL)
Northside Youth Organization (NYO)
NYO is a premier athletic program where young people learn life and athletic skills through team sports that emphasize character building, sportsmanship, healthy competition, and positive coaching as part of a family friendly and safe community.
Youth Passing League (YPL)
Youth Passing League (YPL) is a non-contact football program designed for athletes of all sizes, skill level, and experience. YPL is committed to helping athletes develop their football fundamentals in a fun, encouraging, and safe environment. YPL has been in the community for nine years and has provided various programs, leagues, camps, and competitive teams for kindergarteners all the way to players who are now in the NFL.