USA Football cancelled all events for 3 months to help stop the spread of COVID-19

USA Football, the governing body for all amateur football in the United States has shut down all activities through to the end of May in efforts to help slow down the spread of COVID-19. This list includes all events that have already been canceled in the month of March.

“USA Football’s No. 1 priority is the health and safety of our athletes, coaches and staff.

As we continue to monitor and adhere to the recommendations from the CDC and local public health officials, we have decided to cancel all USA Football events until further notice.”

U.S. NATIONAL TEAM REGIONALS

March

  • Bay Area, CA
  •  Dallas, TX
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • Indianapolis, IN

April

  •  Phoenix, AZ
  •  Charlotte, NC
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Houston, TX
  • Baltimore, MD

May

  • Denver, CO
  • Seattle, WA
  • San Antonio, TX
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Chicago, IL
  • New England
  • Kansas City, KS
  • Portland, OR
  • New Jersey

COACH CERTIFICATION CLINICS

March

  • March 21 – Ozarks Football League Inc., Springfield, MO

April

  • April 4 – In partnership with Houston Texans
  •  April 18 – New England Youth Tackle Football
  • April 18 – In partnership with Minnesota Vikings
  • April 19 – In partnership with Green Bay Packers
  • April 19 – In partnership with Miami Dolphins
  • April 25 – In partnership Cleveland Browns

May

  • May 2 – in partnership with New Orleans Saints
  • May 2 – in partnership with LA Chargers
  • May 10 – Detroit PAL
  • May 30 – Northwest Georgia Youth Football League

Thursday, March 19, 2020

STATE FORUMS POSTPONED

March

  • March 14 – Green Bay, WI (Green Bay Packers)
  • March 28 – Eagan, MN (Minnesota Vikings)

April

May

  • May 2 – Kansas City, MO, (Kansas City Chiefs)

FIRST DOWN EVENTS POSTPONED

March

  • March 13 – First Down Clinic – Lake Mills, WI (Lake Mills Area School District)
  • March 14 – First Down Fun Day – Memphis, TN (M.E.N.T.O.R.)▪ March 28 – First Down Program – Arlington, TX (Dallas Renegades)

April

  • April 2 – First Down Camp – Jackson, MS (JSU Athletics)
  • April 2 – First Down Program – Columbus, OH (Mid-Ohio Flag Football)
  • April 4 – First Down Fun Day – El Paso, TX (Dream League Youth Football)
  • April 6 – First Down Clinic hosted by Lawrence Predators – Lawrence, K
  •  April 11/13/20/27 – First Down Program hosted by OC Chargers – Charlotte, NC
  • April 11 – First Down Camp hosted by All American Youth Football and Drill Team, Inc. – Tomball, TX
  • April 11 – First Down Program hosted by Fast Sports Academy – Albion, MI
  • April 13 – First Down Program hosted by YMCA of Reading and Berks County – Fleetwood, P
  •  April 17 – First Down Jamboree hosted by Kentucky Championship Sports – Louisville, KY
  • April 18 – First Down Clinic hosted by Valley Isle NFL Flag Football – Kahului, HI
  •  April 19 – First Down Fun Day hosted by River City Sports – Fort Wayne, I
  •  April 19 – First Down USA Football Ravens Youth Camp hosted by Atascocita Ravens – Houston, T
  • April 25 – First Down Fun Day hosted by Rockingham County Parks and Rec – Penn Laird, VA
  • April 25 – First Down Camp hosted by Dinuba Youth Football – Dinuba, CA
  • April 25 – First Down Jamboree hosted by Kentucky Championship Sports – Louisville KY
  • April 28 – First Down Clinic hosted by North Tonawanda Athletic Assoc. – North Tonawanda, NY
  • April 30 – First Down Clinic hosted by North Tonawanda Athletic Assoc. – North Tonawanda, NY

May

  • May 2 – First Down Clinic hosted by North Tonawanda Athletic Assoc. – North Tonawanda, NY
  • May 2 – First Down Camp hosted by Boys & Girls Club Alaska – Anchorage, AK
  • May 2 – First Down Program hosted by City Elite AYF – Syracuse, NY
  • May 2/3 – First Down Camp hosted by Eastern Iowa NFL Flag League – Cedar Rapids, IA
  • May 9 – First Down Camp hosted by Elgin Youth Football League – Elgin, IL
  • May 17 – First Down USA Football Ravens Youth Camp hosted by Atascocita Ravens – Houston, TX
  • May 17 – First Down Clinic hosted by St. Barnabas – Northfield, OH
  • May 23 – First Down Clinic hosted by Oceanside Stallions – Indianapolis, IN

Current coronavirus numbers in USA

As of Sunday evening, there were more than 139,000 cases of coronavirus in the United States. At least 2,425 people have died.

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