Dakota Youth Football Begins Early Registration

Dakota, Illinois — Dakota Youth Football announced that on February 5 it will open early registration for the 2017 season. The early registration period runs from Feb. 5th, 2017 until Midnight April 29th, 2017.

EduSports, who provides a variety of youth sports for today’s youth said that this years registration fee has increased to $175 for early registration and $225 for the registration period beginning April 30th, 2017.

Fitting day will be one week after the close of the early registration period on Sat. May 6th from 10: a.m. until 3: p.m. at the Dakota Fire Station.

“We are adding a few new things to the supplied equipment that is part of our uniform. We will be adding game day socks and game day undershirts both long and short sleeved”, they announced.

EduSports is also asking for anyone that has used football cleats that do not fit their child any longer to please donate them to the Dakota Youth Football program so that others may not have to incur additional expenses outside of the registration period.

They said there will be a donation bin set up at the Dakota Elementary School and also they can be dropped off at my house at 302 S. Center St. Dakota, IL. 61018. These shoes will be available for free at fitting day. This is a first come first serve basis.

EduSports also announced that they have added an incentive program for volunteers and committee members. You can see what the plan entails on the EduSports website in the announcement section.

If you have any questions for this upcoming season you can contact EduSports at 815-541-5313 or email them at kenvrazsity@mchsi.com.


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