NEYSA 2nd Annual Youth Football Symposium/Parents & Players Clinic

NEYSA Presents the 2nd Annual “Youth Football Symposium/Parents & Players Clinic”

On May 20, 2015 at 6:00 pm, the Niagara Erie Youth Sports Association (NEYSA) will be conducting their 2nd annual “Youth Football Symposium/Parents & Players Clinic” to help educate Niagara and Erie county families and their athletes as to the efforts made by our League to make the game of football safer for all participants.  This exciting and interactive event will take place at the Lasalle Preparatory School located at 7436 Buffalo Avenue in Niagara Falls, New York.

The event is headlined by a number of significant persons in the field of youth football, including: Steve Tasker, former Buffalo Bill and current CBS announcer; Ken Stoldt, our Section VI Football Chairman and a USA Football Master Trainer; Aaron Hill who is the USA Football East Regional Manager and Preston Teague, the Buffalo Bills’ Director of Community Relations and Youth Football.  In addition to these all-star presenters, NEYSA Player Safety Coaches, League Representatives and member organizations’ Commissioners and Coaching staffs will be participating in the hands-on activities to show the latest initiatives from USA Football in regards to HeadsUp Tackling and Blocking techniques.

NEYSA will also have a variety of vendors will be onsite with information, for the attendees, which include: the UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine/Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center and Riddell Football Equipment.

The event is open to the public and is FREE!!

All participants must fill out and sign a Waiver Form which is located below for download and must be presented for admission.

2015 Youth Football Symposium Waiver

The 2nd annual NEYSA Youth Football Symposium/Parents & Players Clinic covered in the Buffalo News and the Niagara Gazette and other newspapers.

Click below for each article.



Western New York writer Linda Dynel, author of the memoir “Leaving Dorian” and the novel “Sunrise and the Seven One Six” (available at barnes and, goodreads, and locally at Crafts and Creations, Inc. and Ticklebridge in Lockport, New York), who has also published an article in the Buffalo News regarding Concussion Awareness, has posted a blog regarding youth football.

This insightful blog details the efforts of the NFL and USA Football to educate parents, players and coaches in the new initiatives regarding “HeadsUp” Football.

Please find her published blog below: