Pop Warner


Since 1929, the Pop Warner Programs Philosophy has been that athletics and scholastics go hand in hand. At every level, Pop Warner programs seek to develop well-rounded young men and women who learn not only the fundamentals of football, cheerleading, and dance but also the importance of education in an atmosphere conducive to developing sound character while having a good time. 


  • 2017 Football & Cheer

    AUG 1st - Season starts

    Please find your association above for more information.
    For more information about football
  • San Diego Pop Warner - JAMZ Cheer Camp San Diego Pop Warner JAMZ Cheer Camp August  20, 2017Lincoln High School (MAP)4777 Imperial AveSan Diego, CA 92113For more information download the following - Cheer Camp PDF
    Posted Jul 18, 2017, 8:18 AM by SDPW webmaster
  • Study finds no increased cognitive risk for playing high school football CBS Sports - websiteStudy finds no increased cognitive risk for playing high school footballPlayers up to the high school level aren't at greater risk for long-term risks, according to the studyby Kevin Skiver  Bishop Gorman Gaels players celebrate during a high school game last fall in Long Beach, Calif.   USATSI    Much has been made about the dangers of playing football, to the point that some parents have bemoaned letting their children even play Pop Warner. However, according to a study from JAMA Neurology, players up to the high school level are not at risk for long-term cognitive or mental damage. The question that the study seeks to answer is: "Does playing high school football have ...
    Posted Jul 12, 2017, 8:56 AM by SDPW webmaster
  • CONCUSSION TRAINING CONCUSSION TRAINING1)  An athlete who is suspected to have sustained a concussion or other head injury during a practice or game must be (1) removed from the activity for the remainder of the day; and (2) evaluated by and receive written clearance from a licensed health care provider before returning to the activity;2)  If a licensed health care provider determines an athlete has sustained a concussion or other head injury, that athlete must complete a graduated return-to-play protocol of no less than 7 days under the supervision of a licensed health care provider;3)  If the athlete who sustained a concussion or other head injury is under 18 years old, the youth sports organization must notify ...
    Posted Jun 28, 2017, 9:29 AM by SDPW webmaster
  • Youth coaches need to understand rules changes for 2017 Youth coaches need to understand rules changes for 2017Posted 5/8/2017 By Dave CisarRules for youth football have changed quite a bit these last few years and 2017 saw some huge changes that will affect us all. In March, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), the governing body of high school sports, instituted new rules in a number of areas, including on-side kicks and blocking.It doesn’t matter which organization operates your youth football league, if you are in any state other than Texas and Massachusetts, your base rule book is the NFHS rule book.You may have special age, weight, point and playing time rules, but the base rules are the ...
    Posted May 30, 2017, 9:19 AM by SDPW webmaster
  • San Diego Pop Warner - Little Scholars Banquet - May 21st 2017 San Diego Pop WarnerLittle Scholars BanquetSunday, May 21st from 11:30am - 2:00pmLocations: Jacobs Center - 404 Euclid Ave, San Diego, CA 92114SDPW will pay for participant and 1 guestWe are honored to celebrate your Little Scholars academic accomplishments this season. We will be honoring each little scholar and one parent with an award and delicious lunch catered by Kitchens for the Good. We welcome any additional guest joining your Little Scholar. Lunch will Cost $25 for any additional guest joining your child. Please RSVP as soon as possible to ensure we have the correct amount of food. Payment for additional meals will be collected prior to the event.SDPW will be accepting payments via ...
    Posted Apr 25, 2017, 10:49 AM by SDPW webmaster
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