Broken Arrow Youth Football Association

Welcome to B.A. Youth Football "Where the quest for the Gold Ball Begins". Established in 1984 as a non-profit organization, the Broken Arrow Youth Football Association (BAYFA) is a proud founding member of the Indian Nations Youth Football Conference. B.A.Y.F.A. offers a variety of programs to include Tackle football, Flag Football and Cheerleading for grades K – 7th. For specifics of each sport, please go to www.bayouthfootball.com.

Games are typically played at the Nienhuis Park football fields (Numbered 1-4), the beautiful facilities the city of Broken Arrow built specifically for our youth players. Located in the back of the park, behind the fire station, community center, Skate Park and pool; our facilities include men’s and women’s restrooms, heated and cooled press boxes along with score boards and PA systems for each field, an office, concessions, and a paved 600 car parking lot.

For additional information, please contact us at info@youthfootball.com or call 918-251-1015 x:230.

Colors

BLACK, GOLD, & WHITE

Contacts

Customer Service

918-251-1015 x:230

info@youthfootball.com

Monica Williams
Office Manager
918-251-1015 x:240
bayfa@youthfootball.com

Tracy Fulps
Cheer Director
918-251-1015 x:300
tfulps@tulsarealtors.com

Monte Horton

Tackle Director

918-855-2822

montehorton@cox.net

Chad Lott

Tackle Coordinator

918-251-1015 x:210

chad@youthfootball.com

Jimmy Phipps

Youth Flag Football Director

918-813-9732

jimmyrphipps@yahoo.com

 

Locations

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Nienhuis Park (Fields 1-2-3-4)
3201 N. 9th St.
Broken Arrow, Ok. 74012


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Broken Arrow Memorial Stadium
1901 E. Albany
Broken Arrow, Ok. 74012


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North Intermediate High
808 E. College
Broken Arrow, Ok. 74012


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South Intermediate High
301 W. New Orleans
Broken Arrow, Ok. 74011


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