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FCA Force Football was founded on the principle of molding young men through FAITH, FAMILY, and FOOTBALL. Our program strives to teach the values of respect, teamwork, and service to our Lord Jesus Christ. Young men learn the basics of football, while implementing instruction and skills they will carry with them to higher levels of competition.

FCA Force participates in the Chicagoland Pop Warner Little Scholars organization. It is the only youth football program in the country that young athletes are held accountable for maintaining their scholastic profile while participating in youth football. The Chicagoland pop Warner organization has over 28 associations throughout the greater Chicago area, with seven different weight divisions.




Visit the CONTACT page and send us your information, or use one of these contacts.
Phone: 630-251-8268
Email: [email protected]


1) How much does the program cost?
FCA Force Football is a non-profit organization with a sole purpose of modeling young men through a Christ centered association. The cost for your son to participate is $300. This fee covers the cost of 5-Star certified helmet, shoulders pads, as well as field rental and referee fees.

2) Is their fundraising?
FCA Force Football has a number of fundraising efforts that our families can participate in. Through these efforts we are able to keep our costs to a minimum, with all of the proceeds go back into the program.

3) Who are the coaches?

FCA Force Football uses the generosity of volunteer coaches and parents. Most of our coaches have high school, collegiate, and professional playing and coaching experience. We are always looking for volunteers from within the program to further invest in our players and association.

4) What does the season schedule look like?
The season officially kicks off with preseason practice starting the first week of August. The practice schedule is 2-3 times per week, which will stay consistent through the season. The season consist of eight weeks of football, followed by playoffs that go run for an additional 1-4 weeks. Most games are on Saturday afternoons, with no practice or games on Sundays.

5) How much football contact happens during practice?
The Pop Warner organization has very strict guidelines on practice time and the amount of "football contact," that goes on during practice. These guidelines are followed and encouraged by FCA Force Football. The rules are implemented for the safety of players, which includes; maximum 2 hours of practice (6 hours / week), of which there can only be up to 40 minutes of contact during each practice. 

6) How much will my son play on game day?
The Pop Warner organization has set guidelines for the minimum playing time for each player on the football roster. The term set by Pop Warner is MPR (minimum play requirement). This guidelines is; each player must play a minimum of 10 plays per game, which amounts to approximately 20-30% of the each game. The FCA Force association does not focus on wins and loses, but on the development of every young athlete and the importance of team play.

7) Is there anything else I need to know?
Our organization name, FCA, stands for Fellowship Of Christian Athletes. Although it is not required to be a "Christian" to participate in our youth football program, the participates and their family should be opened to conversations centered around Bible based principles. We begin and end each practice / game with a prayer, as well as encouraging our entire organization (players, coaches, parents, volunteers) to be respectful of our mission; FAITH, FAMILY, FOOTBALL.


PO Box 644 
Warrenville, Illinois 60555

Phone: 630-251-8268
Email: [email protected]

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