The Challenger division is a Pop Warner flag football and cheer program for youth ages five to 18 with physical and/or developmental disabilities who are enrolled in school. The Challenger program provides a fun, safe and structured environment for everyone to participate in the great sports of football and cheer.
Becoming a CFF Carolina Challenger
The Challenger season runs from the first Saturday after Labor Day through October. Each Saturday, we have a combined practice and game. Registration is open June 1 to September 30. Registration is FREE!
Click here for our 2012 registration packet. Included in the registration packet is our FAQ sheet which provides information about the program, from how to register to when games are played. For more information, e-mail us at email@example.com.
Interested in volunteering for the Challenger program? Check out the FAQs in the registration packet for more information.
The Challengers go to Disney
The Challengers had the opportunity to play in an exhibition game at Disney World this past December in the Pop Warner Super Bowl. Click here to see pictures from their trip!
Support the Carolina Challengers
Your support of this program is needed. Click on the DONATE button to make a donation through PayPal where you can use your PayPal account, credit card or debit card. You may also send a check made payable to the CFF to:
Consolidated Football Federation
C/O Anthony Minori
4100 Riverport Rd
Raleigh NC, 27616
Thank you for your support!
The 2013 Head Coaches Meeting will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 9:00 am to 12:00pm and Sunday, August 4, 2013 from 1:30pm to 4:30pm at the Garner Civitan Club.
Ken Hall elected CFF Commissioner for the 2013 season. More Info
The CFF welcomes the Knightdale Dragons into the CFF for the 2012 season.
Congratulations to the CFF 2012 Scholarship Recipients. More Info
2011 - 2012 National and Mid South Regional Scholastic All Americans announced. More Info
The 2012 season begins on August 1st. Check with your Association for registration details.