BBFC BULLDOGS IN ACTION!
Please complete your Coaching Application and your NCSI Background check by clicking the links below.
Play Hard, Play Smart and Play Together”. Hard means with effort, determination and courage; Smart means with proper execution and poise, Together means unselfishly, trusting your teammates and doing everything possible not to let them down.
KEY BBFC CONTACTS
PRESIDENT - Dave Nowaczyk - firstname.lastname@example.org
VP FOOTBALL - Matt Putra - email@example.com
VP CHEER - Kim Oelslager - firstname.lastname@example.org
WEBMASTER - Coach Cav - email@example.com
BHS Youth School Night!
BBFC Players Supporting BHS Team at Home Games
Mark your calendars! Brighton High School Youth Night for BBFC will be held on Thursday, August 24th. Come watch the Varsity BHS Bulldogs take on Saline.
All BBFC athletes will be admitted free when wearing their jersey or uniform. The football players will get to make a tunnel for the Bulldogs introductions while our cheerleaders get the opportunity to cheer on the sidelines with BHS’s varsity cheerleaders. BBFC’s Ironmen-women will be honored during halftime.
BBFC and BHS Going Cashless!
BHS Games – Youth Night
Similar to the high school, BBFC will also be going cashless this year. For our cashless option, we will be leveraging Venmo.
Spirit Wear from Ivory Vines and Kensington Valley Varsity .
Why does youth football boost participants' confidence?
Because it gives them a sense of belonging and purpose. Because it surrounds them with mentors who pour into their lives and make them feel valued. Because it teaches them that they can handle any challenge that comes their way.
"If you want to win, do the ordinary things better than anyone else does them day in and day out"
Conference Divisional 2023 Teams
Week 8 – League Quarterfinals
Game #1 Division 1, Seed #1 vs. Division 2, Seed #2
Game #2 Division 1, Seed #2 vs. Division 2, Seed #1
Game #1 Division 1, Seed #1 vs. Division2, Seed #2
Game #2 Division 2, Seed #2 vs. Division 2, Seed #1
Week 9 – League Semifinals
Conference A, Game 1 winner vs. Conference A, Game 2 winner
Conference B, Game 1 winner vs. Conference B, Game 2 winner
Week 10 – League Finals
Conference A Champion vs. Conference B Champion
“You either get the job done, or you don’t.”
Welcome to the online home of the Brighton Bulldogs Football and Cheer. Our athletes represent excellence both on and off the field, and we set our expectations high: study hard, train hard, and work hard. Our athletics program is unparalleled thanks to a supportive community of parents and fans. Our coaching staff specializes in building better athletes, students, and citizens. We emphasize teamwork and demand the personal commitment to play like champions—every practice, every game, every time.
The goal of Brighton Bulldogs Football and Cheer is is to win, but that is NOT the primary goal. The primary goal is to teach youth the benefits of team sports in a safe manner, to nurture their growth potential, and to provide them an opportunity to compete with their peers.
Toughness is a skill and can be practiced and improved like all other skills.
“Winners never quit and quitters never win.”
One of the ways that BBFC raises money for equipment, facilities rental, uniforms for football and cheer is through fundraisers. Please look at the upcoming fundraising activities and enjoy a meal at the restaurant locations while supporting your football and cheer teams!
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Positive & Enthusiastic volunteers needed to coach with Brighton Bulldogs Football and Cheer!
Coaching a youth sports football team can be a tremendously rewarding experience, giving you the opportunity to help young players learn the game of football in a fun and safe atmosphere. Time dedication, character and integrity are a must. Football experience is preferred for the older teams, but not required for the younger teams or for assistant coaches.
For cheerleading, we are seeking energetic, motivated coaches and assistant coaches who enjoy working with youth between the ages of 5 to 13 years old and young women participate in cheerleading. Additionally, the bond created by a parent coaching their child is one that will be cherished and remembered for years to come.
Enthusiasm, time dedication, character and a positive attitude are a must!
If you want to be a coach please download and complete the Coaching Application here. It requests some personal info that will enable us to complete a background check. Once the background check is passed you will be eligible to coach and will be contacted prior to the season beginning to confirm your spot and provide you with details on the upcoming coaches meeting.
"Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it......"
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ADDRESS PO Box 468
Brighton, Michigan 48116