Please follow the City parks rules, each city is different. Most City park boards require each association to apply for the usage of these fields each year. There is no excuse for us to lose the use of a field because we are not able to follow simple rules.. We need to do a better job of clean-up after the games.
Alcohol of any kind is not permitted
No Smoking of anything is permitted
Pets are not permitted, read the signs
Pick up after your games!!! There are multiple trash cans for garbage.
Please send all scores to TCNFL2021@gmail.com.
Both teams scores
Please note schedule may change, we will do our best to notify all impacted communities on any changes.
Who we are - The Twin Cities North Football League “TCNFL” (formerly known as the North Suburban league) is an informal association of communities located in the northern suburbs of Minneapolis and St. Paul organized with the intent to provide a football league for youths in grades 2nd through 8th. The league is the direct descendant of the Blaine-Spring Lake Park youth football league that started in 1968, and has grown over the years due to the collective common sense and cooperation of park and recreation associations, community education professionals, and community volunteers from many different communities.
Now as one of the largest Youth football league in the country. Twin Cities North Football League focuses on community based tackle football teams from 2nd grade through 8th grade. Many of the community football programs/associations are connected to there area High Schools.
Philosophy and League Functions – The league is organized with the intent to promote, organize and coordinate the activities of its member communities with the goal of enhancing the quality of football in the Twin Cities area. The league is an informal organization, and operates with a minimum of rules, regulations, policies and procedures. League members believe that the focus of the organization should be on providing youths with the opportunity to play football and increasing overall participation in the sport, and should not be on the personal agendas of various adults who are not interested in the long-term growth of the sport.
Participating in 2021: Andover, Anoka, Armstrong, Becker, Benilde, Big Lake, Blaine, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Cambridge-Isanti, Centennial, Coon Rapids, Cooper, Cottage Grove, Columbia Heights, Champlin Park, Chisago Lakes, Forest Lake, East Ridge, Elk River, Fridley, Frogtown, Irondale, Lower East Side, Mahtomedi, Mpls Creekview, Mpls Harrison Park, Mpls Jaguars, Mpls Phelps, Mpls Pearl, Mpls(612 Young Kings), Monticello, Mounds View, North Branch, North St. Paul, Osseo, Princeton Rogers, Roseville Area, St.Anthony, St.Francis, St.Louis Park, St.Paul Capital City, St. Paul Highland Park, Spring Lake Park, Stillwater, Westside Boosters, White Bear Lake, Woodbury, Zimmerman
We are looking for MSHSL certified or experienced officials.
If you are you Interested, please contact Joe Hoffman at firstname.lastname@example.org.